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Why I Feel the Need to Figure Things Out

I am notorious for trying to figure out the outcome of a situation before it happens. I come up with all the possible scenarios, and then analyze each one. For a long time, I had absolutely no idea why I did this. Now, I have come to realize that I ...

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Have a Hug and Some “Feel-Good” Hormones!

A hug can offer more than the warmth of an embrace. What may seem like a trivial hug or touch can trigger the release of “feel-good” hormones. According to neurologist Shekar Raman, M.D., “a hug, pat on the back, and even a friendly handshake are processed by the reward center ...

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Could Adrenal Fatigue Be Making You Tired? (Part I)

Adrenal fatigue and exhaustion occurs when the adrenal glands are unable to properly meet the demands of stress, and it may be more prevalent than even the medical community realizes. Are you exhausted, feeling rundown, having difficulty handling stress, or craving sweets or caffeine? No, this is not the Vitameatavegamin ...

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Have a Good Cry – It’s Healthy!

The shedding of tears is often thought of as a sign of weakness. But crying is not just for babies. In fact, tears are healing, healthy and highly recommended. God has provided at least three types of tears for us, each with its own purpose. One type of tears is ...

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Help! My Teen is Driving Me Crazy!

Okay parents of teenagers out there, I am preparing myself for the worst…the mood swings, the “all about me attitude”, the rolling of the eyes, and the classic maneuver…the slamming of the door! Although my official roll of a teenage mom is still a few days around the corner, I ...

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