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Life is about change. But what do we do with the debilitating fear that can come along with it? Read here about the tools to help you through.
Most people are at a loss for words when speaking to someone who has lost a loved one. Here’s the best way to offer comfort. It’s easier than you think.
There is a place where we can find solace for our souls even in difficult times. A strength and calm independent of our circumstances.
Young children have an innate wisdom that is often lost as they age. Here are five habits you probably lost that can bring more happiness to your life.
Do you lament the past or embrace the present? Learn from Margaret, a Holocaust survivor, who lived with an innate awareness of the gift of every day.
Think about some stress or concern and then put on this special prop. It can melt away your worry in a flash.
This short lesson ranks up there as some of the sagest counsel ever given to humanity. If you learn it, every day will be your best.
Meghan’s neck was tight and tense, like the weight of the world was on her shoulders. Here’s the trick from celebrity trainer Joel Harper to let it go.
Negative words can bring us down, but positive words can lift our spirits. Let this collected wisdom on happiness inspire you through difficult times.
Your best ammunition against unexpected or unwanted change is how you choose to perceive it. Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum tells why knowing your purpose is key.
Despite of all the holiday hubbub, it is possible to put stress in the background and be happier during the year-end festivities.
Few men wear ties these days, but maybe you should. Not businessman-type ties, but ones that express joyfulness and help brighten a dreary day.
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