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Emotional Safety and How to Set Boundaries

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How to Work from Home Without Feeling Alone: 8 Suggestions

Before COVID, working from home was a perk in some companies. Since the pandemic, many companies have most of their workforce working from home. And while some jobs may eventually return to the office, many will remain remote, at least … Continue reading

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Setting Marriage Goals

We often make goals for ourselves, but it’s also beneficial to make goals in our relationships. If you’re married, the most critical relationship on earth is the one with your spouse. Marriage – the blending of two very different people … Continue reading

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Your Mental Health Goals for 2021 and Beyond

We all know about making “New Year’s Resolutions.” Common resolutions may be to lose weight, quit smoking, or start a new hobby. These may be good resolutions in themselves, and we are now in to the third month of the … Continue reading

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Your Mental Health during COVID-19

The restrictions that have been imposed due to the pandemic have had a dramatic effect on overall mental health, according to a Gallup poll taken in November 2020. Although the majority of adults in America currently rate their mental health … Continue reading

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Strengthening Your Marriage During the Pandemic

Proximity does not automatically equal connection. During the pandemic, you and your spouse may be spending many more hours together in the same location, but that doesn’t mean you’re connecting better – in fact, you may be having a harder … Continue reading

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Creativity – Could It Be the Answer to Curbing Stress?

Most of us deal with stress at various times in our lives. Currently, while our world still struggles against the COVID-19 pandemic, that stress and anxiety is heightened in many people. However, research shows that creativity may be an important … Continue reading

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Politics and Your Marriage

Every couple has differences. You’re two different people with different backgrounds, different experiences, and different triggers. Some differences are inconsequential and easily overlooked, but when they are connected with deeply held beliefs and core values, as is usually the case … Continue reading

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Bored and Stuck at Home? Ideas for Your Mental and Emotional Health

Life isn’t returning to normal very quickly in various parts of the country, including here in NYC. People living in urban areas, in particular, tend to be accustomed to having lots of exciting activities to engage in outside of their … Continue reading

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Exhaustion of Infertility

If you’re struggling with the issue of infertility, you know how emotionally exhausting it can be. Pressures can come from within and without, often from people who love you the most and who mean well. It’s critical for you to … Continue reading

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