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Is Moving Considered Trauma?

Yes, moving could be considered traumatic unless you work with compassionate friends and family or hire professional movers. Should you decide to hire out, look for those who have an unwavering commitment to excellence, professionalism, and customer satisfaction. They’re handling your beloved, cherished items, and that alone can be stressful. Make sure they will ensure […]

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How Nostalgia Works

Quite often, when I am spending time with old friends, we laugh about how we used to get a limo for almost any occasion; from school dances to art fairs and concerts, it did not matter what it was for, somehow we managed to ride in class. There were so many of us silly teens; […]

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Chronic Pelvic Pain Treatment

When someone is suffering from chronic pelvic pain, sometimes they feel as though they would be willing to try anything to relieve the constant agony and disruption to their lives. And sometimes, when people are pushed to the point of resignation, they end up relieving the pain but wind up addicted to opiate painkillers. So, […]

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Heat Sensitivity Symptoms

As my body chemistry changed when I had my children, it is changing again in the pre-menopausal stage of my life and I seem to “overheat” on the regular. As a baby, I was very sensitive to the heat and sun; however, as I grew older, it wasn’t a problem until I was pregnant with […]

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What are the Powers of Forgiveness? 

Forgiving is an investment in one’s mental health; it builds character, it builds bridges, not walls, and brings the community up as a whole. Therefore, it is especially vital to teach children from a young age how to forgive and be tolerant of people. There are even National Schools of Character which are selected by […]

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Is it Possible to Break an Addiction?

For some, the answer is no. Addiction is a deadly, progressive disease that cannot be fought alone. And for those who come to understand that, find a way out of the addiction merry-go-round. Only by knowing deep down that they need help and then taking action to ask for it is it then possible, to […]

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What Happens When Your Immune System Fails?

Since I was a child, I seemed to catch every little “bug” that was going around. If the kind sitting next to me in the class had a cold, I’d get strep throat. It’s still that way. My kids go to school and bring home wonderful viruses and bacteria that seem to love attacking me! […]

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What Are the Benefits of New Beginnings?

Sometimes in life, we do not always have the right “tools” to make the best decisions. And sometimes, those choices set the trajectory for our lives for many years to come. Then one day, you become “woke” through a set of circumstances, whether through the death of a loved one, a life-threatening, progressive disease, or […]

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Should I Get a Restraining Order?

Before we go into why one would feel the need to get a restraining order, let us first discuss what a restraining order is. According to the ever-reliable Wikipedia, the definition of a restraining order is as follows: “A restraining order or protective order is an order used by a court to protect a person […]

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Long-Term Side Effects of Cancer Treatments

If you have or ever had a friend or relative go through cancer treatment and survive, you might all too well understand why sometimes these patients are not so happy about the “alive” part when facing horrible side effects for years to come. Unfortunately, I am that person with a dear friend who is that […]

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