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10 Ways That Happy Couples Argue Differently

Every couple argues. The difference between a happy couple and an unhappy couple is the way in which they argue. In fact, according to Relationship Expert John Gottman, the single strongest predictor of whether or not a relationship will succeed or fail lies in the way the couple deals with conflict (Gottman, John Mordechai, and Nan Silver. The Seven Principles ...

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Releasing Unexpressed Emotion

Randi G. Fine, Waking Times | “Unexpressed emotion will never die. They are buried alive and will come forth later in uglier ways.” ~Sigmund Freud Most of the feelings that interfere with our lives today, our negative emotional responses, have little to do with what is occurring in the present. They stem from painful childhood memories that lie buried deep inside of us, ...

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Relationships: The Most Important Is The One You Have With Yourself

by Mark DeNicola | It was over two and a half years ago that I wrote my first  article for this website. The article was entitled ‘Transitioning Into a New Form of Relationships’ something that to this day still holds a great deal of truth in my heart. The article spoke on the incredible amount of importance we love to put ...

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The ‘Addictions’ We All Have & Why You Should Give Yourself A Break

by Jeff Roberts | When people hear the word ‘addiction’, they most likely associate it with obsessive patterns of drug use or excessive behaviour that is having a detrimental effect on a person’s life. While these connotations hold true, there is a different type of ‘addiction’ that plagues each and every one of our lives without most ever even realizing. I’m ...

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Is There Anything To Improve About You?

by Pieter Navis | Like so many of us, at one time I became somewhat obsessed with the idea that I could improve myself all the way up to enlightenment. I was convinced that I was here to make that realization and the best way to do it seemed to be improving myself on all levels. So I started reading a ...

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How to improve your eye sight with nutrition

One of the ways to improve eyesight naturally is to take enough vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Some are more important than others, so it plays big role which food we eat. Some foods are proven to help us see better and have better vision. Vitamin A Vitamin A is very important antioxidant, which helps our eyesight be better. The only ...

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Resisting This Inevitable Thing Is Keeping You From Progressing – Hint: It’s Something Most Of Us Do

by Andrew Martin| Everything Changes “Become totally empty. Let your heart be at peace. Amidst the rest of the world’s comings and goings, observe how endings become beginnings.”  – Dr. Wayne Dyer STOP WHERE YOU ARE RIGHT NOW. JUST OBSERVE. Observe everything around you. You might be at home, on a bus, travelling, on holidays, in a park, it doesn’t matter. ...

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Calcium Propionate – The Bread Preservative

Calcium Propionate become widespread in the early 1990s in Australia, use of calcium propionate in bread preservative (282). This is rarely used preservatives, in Europe or New Zealand, more and more use in the UK, and is common in Australia and the United States. Consumers are often at a loss, a self-proclaimed “extra calcium” label. For propionic acid, rather than ...

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How Cayenne Pepper can help Constipation

Cayenne pepper is powerful herb that has many health benefits. Cayenne is a home remedy that can stop constipation since it is effective in producing peristalsis action. It is also effective in helping you digest your food and to increases your blood circulation. You can use it regularly at every meal and when needed for constipation. Cayenne pepper is known ...

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The Health Benefits Of Good Bacteria in the Gut

By Rudy Silva | Good bacteria, also known as probiotics, live in the human digestive system. It helps the system do its job by restoring the digestive tract balance. Studies show that there are actually more than 400 types of bacteria in a human body. Contrary to the common misconception, the majority of them are good species that are essential for ...

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