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Are You Feeling the Empty Nest Blues?

Are You Feeling the Empty Nest Blues?

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Empty nest syndrome refers to feelings of depression, sadness, and, or grief experienced by parents and caregivers after children come of age and leave their childhood homes. These problems used to belong almost exclusively to women who were the primary caretakers of the children, and those who had no career. They had no other identity to fall back on. Today both...

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7 Ways to Accept Yourself for Who You Are

7 Ways to Accept Yourself for Who You Are

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  Accepting yourself and your situation in life can be a difficult task. Do you tend to be more accepting of others’ mistakes than your own? If so, you’re being too hard on yourself! Those people aren’t better than you! You were created with a unique set of talents that no one else has. Plus, everyone makes mistakes. We’re only human!...

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10 Toxic Thoughts That Can Sabotage Your Success

10 Toxic Thoughts That Can Sabotage Your Success

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The inner dialogue we all have in our head is so critical to how we view ourselves and the world around us. Negative/ toxic thoughts become the driving factor in a negative lifestyle whereas positive thoughts often lead to motivation and success. The unfortunate thing is that it is very easy for us to turn to toxic thoughts because we are hardwired to over think and...

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How to Combat Stress in 4 Simple Ways

How to Combat Stress in 4 Simple Ways

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It’s that time of year again, the kids are out of school and the increasingly hot weather proves to wear down even the most motivated people. Between juggling work and the kids it’s hard to find a balance and in turn can cause an excess of stress in your life. Stress is characterized by emotional strain or pressure and it can take a toll on even the most...

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Truth Behind More Holiday Heart Attacks

Truth Behind More Holiday Heart Attacks

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Newtown Pa. Dr. Arathi Rao, a Cardiac Psychologist in Buck County, reminds her clients “When it comes to heart disease, traditional risk factors loads the gun, but stress pulls the trigger”. This condition is especially true during the holiday season Intense emotional stress can precipitate acute cardiac events or exacerbate underlying cardiovascular...

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Working Overtime Linked To Increased Stroke, Heart Disease Risk

Working Overtime Linked To Increased Stroke, Heart Disease Risk

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Researchers at the University College London found that working 55 hours or more per week is linked to a 33 percent greater risk of stroke and a 13 percent increased risk of developing coronary heart disease compared with working a standard 35 to 40 hour week. “Health professionals should be aware that working long hours is associated with a significantly...

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