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Rapid Cycling

Wednesday and Thursday were bad days. I am under a lot of stress. Serious stress. Life-changing stress. Not only that but smaller stressors. I believe it was Thursday that I ...
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Today I Love Doughnuts

Today I Love Doughnuts

Today I love doughnuts for first breakfast and dim sum for second breakfast. I love that, although officially our trip doesn’t begin until tomorrow, we are on the road now ...
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How Can Trump Win Over Kim Jong Un?

How Can Trump Win Over Kim Jong Un?

At the moment things aren’t going very well between Donald Trump, President of the United States, and Kim Jung Un, the Supreme Leader of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. ...
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How to Cope When the Anxious Child Has a Meltdown

How to Cope When the Anxious Child Has a Meltdown

When our children exhibit disruptive behavior and appear to be out of control, we can feel helpless and sometimes hopeless. When we realize that their actions are no longer isolated events but have become part of a distressing routine, our...
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The Future Of My Blog

The Future Of My Blog

“We’re on a ride to nowhere, Come on inside, Taking that ride to nowhere, We’ll take that ride” David Byrne This is my 95th blog. I have been pumping out ...
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9 Telltale Signs of Impostor Syndrome

9 Telltale Signs of Impostor Syndrome

Many high-achievers share a dirty little secret: deep down they feel like complete frauds. They worry that they’ll be exposed as untalented fakers and say their accomplishments have been due to luck. This psychological phenomenon, known as Impostor Syndrome, reflects is the core belief that...
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10 Ways to Improve Mental Functioning

10 Ways to Improve Mental Functioning

Dolores recently lost her father to complications related to Alzheimer’s. Over the past ten years, she watched her dad deteriorate and become a shell of his former self. By the ...
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Self-Compassion and ADHD

Self-Compassion and ADHD

It’s said that we should treat other people the way we would want to be treated ourselves, but sometimes we have to be reminded of the opposite: that it’s worth ...
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