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Bust a Rut, Lose Your Gut

Do you go to the same vacation spot every year? Have pizza for dinner almost every Friday night? Always hit the stationary bike or treadmill at the gym? While it can be comforting to stick to the familiar, being more adventurous can improve your relationships, health and mental well-being, says Dr. Frank Farley, a psychologist at Temple University...

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Time to Change: I’ll Go First
Time to Change: I'll Go First

I used to work with a very wise woman named June. June had seen a lot of life and I loved listening to her stories.  One thing that stuck with me the most had to do with change.  She said quite simply “Don’t try to change other people.  The only person I can change is me.” She was talking about how tempting it can be to try an alter...

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“If you can’t feed a hundred people, then feed just one.” ~Mother Theresa He is unaware of my presence. His eyes are closed, the patterned quilt above him faintly rising and falling. The small clock radio at his bedside blares an old country station, but the silence is overwhelming. Grandchildren innocently look out from photographs haphazardly...

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Make Way for the New You
Make Way for the New You

If you are like me, or any other human in the known universe, you probably struggle with breaking bad habits. But this is not something that I condemn myself about. It isn’t something that paralyzes my everyday life and stops me from moving ahead. I know that I was intended for something greater than this, that I have a greater purpose so I...

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