Category Archives: stress management

Should We Let Our Children Cry ?


Today is last day of school ! My son had pain and tears this morning, he said he will never see his friends again as we are moving  to another country this summer. He showed me the school yearbook and I … Continue reading

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How To Deal With Your Aging Fears And Move Forward


I just added one more year to my official age last week, look strange I did not feel THAT old ! So I look at the mirror and asked: “Mirror, Mirror, Do I still look young, beautiful and attractive?” “Humm … Continue reading

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Giving is Growing !


‘We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.’ Sir Winston Churchill Being altruistic benefits the person being helped but has also many benefits for the person who is giving.  According to Dr Andrew McCulloch, … Continue reading

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How To Stay Focused When Your Life Is A Chaos


Spring is often a time of intense excitation for many people. For example I like to “de-cluterize”  my closets and my computer or re-evaluate my business strategy. Probably mother nature makes us feel that way, showing us so much exuberance with beautiful flowers … Continue reading

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Top Five Regrets of the Dying, Grief and Loss – AARP


All men die, but not all men really live~William Wallace This is a very serious subject and  I would like you to think about it. Do you really live the life you want? Are your compromising your dreams to meet someone ‘else agenda. Do you think you had … Continue reading

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How To Move On After Moving In ?


Any move to a new home, either next door, next state or across continents is a “moving” experience in more than one way. No matter how often you changed residence before, moving brings a variety of emotions. I have been … Continue reading

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How to Manage Anger, It Can Be Very Positive And Incredibly Destructive


Anger can be normal and healthy emotion that helps us instinctively detect and respond to a threatening situation. More than this, when it is properly channeled, it can be a powerful motivating force – we all know how hard we … Continue reading

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