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5 Tips To Cope With The Loss Of A Pet [EXPERT]
Are you mourning the loss of a furry friend?

5 Tips To Cope With The Loss Of A Pet

What does your heart do to heal when the friend you lost was packaged in fur and sported a tail? If you are a pet owner, you know in your head that your pet's life will probably be shorter than yours, yet the magnitude of their loss can be overwhelming. If your heart is filled with sadness from such a loss, here are five ways to find comfort and give you back some peace of mind.

11 Signs You Need to Change How You Communicate

11 Signs You Need to Change How You Communicate

This guest article from Psych Central was written by Christy Matta, MA Strained relationships create stress and can have a negative impact on your mood and your ability to function throughout the day. When you’re in conflict with someone else, you’re more likely to be worried, distracted or highly emotional.

Social Media Do's and Don'ts

Social Media Do's and Don'ts

Social media can be a great way to connect with people and it has revolutionized interpersonal relations in all areas of our lives. Chances are the next time you meet someone, you will be just as likely to share your contact information so you can be friends on Facebook or follow each other on Twitter, as you will to give them your phone number. With that in mind, here are a few do’s and don’ts so you can have your profile in good shape should that person you are interested in pop by for a cyber visit.

Spice Up Your Relationship By Doing Something Different

Spice Up Your Relationship By Doing Something Different

One quality of a happy long-term relationship is the each person develops a high level of comfort with the other person. That comfort level allows the couple to interact in a stress-free manner most of the time. There is nothing wrong with that! However, there is an unwanted byproduct: the relationship can become humdrum or boring. Boredom leads to resignation at best and a wandering eye at worst.

How To Be Good To Your Heart

How To Be Good To Your Heart

While I was at the IFM Convention a couple of weeks ago, I got to listen to Dr. Mimi Guarneri, a cardiologist from Southern California and the winner of the Linus Pauling award this year for her outstanding work. I just finished reading her book, The Heart Speaks, in which she talks about her journey from being a type A, by-the-book cardiologist to someone who has grown to appreciate and respect the power and influence that thoughts, feelings, emotions, and a sense of belonging have on heart health.

To Let Go Takes Love

To Let Go Takes Love

Sometimes letting go means separation. Often times, letting go has to happen within a relationship.  It means letting go of patterns, control, fear, judgement, denial, blaming, over protection, arguing, changing, regret, guilt, rescuing and so much more. Every relationship has its challenges, and one of the secrets of happiness and serenity is to let go.

Working Out Leads To More Orgasms!

Working Out Leads To More Orgasms!

Just another good reason to work out --- to increase your orgasms! Women are talking about “coregasms” which is when you do a certain amount of abdominal exercises you….orgasm! I know having an orgasm at the gym doesn’t seem ideal but the idea that you’re getting a boost in endorphins AND a possible orgasm (which relieves stress) sounds pretty enticing.