Has anyone ever told you that doing good things is good for you? Well, research shows that random acts of kindness or paying it forward, as some call it, have mental health and physical health benefits. Have you ever paid for the coffee of the person in line behind you? What about donating gently used…

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Are you tired of making New Year’s resolutions only to forget all about them sometime before the year is through? Well, you are in good company. According to U.S. News and World Report, 80 percent of Americans fail to achieve their New Year’s resolutions, and most will lose their resolve as early as mid-February. There…

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Transition is defined as a passage or movement from one state, condition, or place to another, and is considered both a process and an outcome of complex person environment interactions. Transitions are a natural part of our lives, whether planned or unexpected. When multiple transitions occur simultaneously they become more complex to manage, sometimes leading…

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We have been taught from an early age that patience is a virtue, but do people really see that as a true statement? It appears that people are often so impatient—at work with co-workers, with family, and often in the community. Some of our most personally responsible reasons for impatience are lack of control understanding,…

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Have you ever been hurt or felt very angry toward someone close to you? Perhaps they said something that was devastating to you or did something that triggered frustration or anger in you. This person is a big part of your life and they mean a lot to you but you can’t seem to move past…

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Is it time for you to advance your career? If you’ve been taking care of everyone else except you, you may be looking around now wondering what happened to my career dreams? When you were younger, you were very clear about what you wanted to do and how much money you wanted to make. Now…

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