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HOW TO GET RID OF COFFEE JITTERS & ANXIETY

MAVERICK WILSON | Do you find that you get a little… irritable, with your morning coffee lately?  Have you enjoyed it for a while but now find that it sets you off?  Are you having trouble sleeping lately? If this sounds like you, this article may help. I’ve enjoyed Healthy fresh coffee since I was in high school, and I’ve had a love-hate ...

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WHY I SAID GOODBYE TO AN OLD FRIEND & NEVER LOOKED BACK

RAJIE KABLI | What does it truly mean to miss someone? And why do we miss them? Was it their smile? The drama they brought into your life? Or some other, indefinable quality? I think what it really boils down to is the way they made us feel. Emotions are not only integral to the human experience, they also mirror it, ...

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LOOKING TO SAVE A RELATIONSHIP? TRY THE 10 LAWS OF BOUNDARIES

DANIELLE FAGAN | Boundaries have a bit of a bad rap. When we think of setting them, sometimes we imagine fences or big blockades that we need to put up between us and the ones that we love and naturally, that may seem like a bad thing. But in truth, they are absolutely necessary if we want to have a healthy ...

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HOW TO SUPPORT YOUR PARTNER STRUGGLING WITH DEPRESSION

ALEXA ERICKSON | One of the most beautiful aspects of being in a relationship is the idea that you get to share and connect with another individual on an intimate level that is only yours. It’s like a little secret the two of you share — a world that is only yours to have and to hold. One of the many ...

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WHY PICKING YOUR SKIN IS MORE THAN JUST A BAD HABIT

ANGELA HARTLIN | In May of 2013, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM) was revised to update its current literature on mental health conditions to include ones that were previously unrecognized and categorize them according to their similar characteristics. The addition of Excoriation Disorder, aka “Dermatillomania,” brought validation to thousands of sufferers by giving acknowledgment from the medical field that this ...

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9 Natural Healing Essential Oils To Have In Your Home

by Alanna Ketler | Essential oils can do much more than just produce lovely smells to make your home or bath smell pretty. Being highly concentrated oils from herbs, spices, and other plants, they hold some amazing healing properties. Essential oils are wonderful because they are completely natural and often do a better job than their synthetic, chemically-laden counterfeits. If you are interested in essential ...

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Be Careful What You Say: The Effects Of Negative Self-Talk & How To Overcome It

by Alanna Ketler | Words themselves cannot change reality, but they can change how one perceives reality. Words create filters through which people view the world around them. For example, if you are about to meet someone new and a friend tells you that that person is conniving and likes to gossip, chances are you will be predisposed to the idea ...

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Withdrawing Projections From Others

By Julie Redstone | Within the process of purification, we gain the insight and ability to withdraw projections from others in order to take full responsibility for one’s own feelings and consciousness. Along the way, certain basic principles are established relating to one’s emotional and relationship life. It is understood, for example, that each person is responsible for their own consciousness. ...

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Trouble Sleeping? Try This Simple 2 Ingredient Recipe Before Bed To Ensure A Restful Night’s Sleep

by Alanna Ketler | Today, many people have trouble sleeping. Whether they have trouble falling asleep in the first place or are waking up multiple times in the night, sleep deprivation in general is becoming endemic to Western society. Indeed, it has been estimated to be the second most common medical complaint around the Western world. Whatever factors are at play here, ...

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How To Stay Happily Married

by Chemory Gunko | When it comes to relationships, we tend to put a lot of effort into finding them, fixing them, and healing from them once they’re over (not to mention the wedding in between). What can you do to circumvent all that stress and stay happily married in the first place? If you were one of the unfortunate many ...

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