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Celebrating Mother’s Day after Your Divorce

If you’re recently divorced, you already know that holidays look different than they did in the past. And if you have children, those changes may be even more dramatic. This is especially true on Mother’s Day (and Father’s Day), holidays that highlight the role of

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

Since 1949, the United States has been observing Mental Health Awareness Month. Mental Health America (MHA) started the event with the purpose of raising awareness and educating people about mental illnesses. Today several organizations run campaigns throughout the month of May, with the green ribbon

April is National Stress Awareness Month

8 Tips to Help Reduce the Stress in Your Life Life gives you many reasons to be stressed. From work deadlines to buying a house to watching the daily news on TV, you may be constantly bombarded with challenges and demands that seem too daunting

Is the Grass Really Greener on the Other Side?

Do you always seem to want what you don’t have? Does someone else’s life appear to be better than your own? Do you daydream about a fantasy future that is far superior to the present? If any or all of these sound familiar, you could

Discover the Many Benefits of Traveling Alone

When the first signs of spring arrive, many people start making travel plans for the warm-weather months. There’s just something about sunny skies and a break in the weather that make vacation planning top of mind. If you’re recently divorced, however, you may be wondering

Curb Your Tendency to Overreact

Perhaps life has gotten especially busy, and suddenly you find yourself overreacting to things that you once easily ignored or dismissed. Or maybe you’re more inclined to overreact in certain situations or with certain people. It’s also possible that you could be overreacting more now

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