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Here's a Way Around New Year's Resolutions

Many people make New Year's resolutions and find that in a short period of time that they are broken. A better idea might be to make New Year's intentions.
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An Intimate Way to Help Cope With Loss During the Holidays

It's not your imagination: Studies have proven that more people get sick and die during the holiday season. Here are some ideas on how to cope.
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Letter Writing: A Sexy Way to Connect

Are you wanting to do something different this holiday season or perhaps connect wit those who you haven't spoken to in a while? Try crafting a handwritten letter.
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Surrendering to Gratitude

Are you feeling overwhelmed by all the downer things happening in the news?This week is a good time to consider and write about all you have to be thankful for. There's plenty!
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A Room of Our Own

Do you feel as if you don't have any quiet time to yourself? Research over the years has shown that having a sacred space that you can call your own is essential to well-being.
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What is the Meaning of Your Life?

In the hustle and bustle of our lives, sometimes it's good to just stop and ponder the reason for our existence. It's also a good grounding exercise.
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Keeping a Positive Attitude

Are you feeling overwhelmed by all the negative news and the apparent increase in mass murders in the U.S.? While disheartening, it's important to also be mindful of all the good.
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The Art of Bliss

Have you ever thought that activities, such as writing, can lead to bliss?
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Calming the Monkey Mind

Do you find that there's a voice inside of you that seems like negative self-talk? Is it hindering your creativity or affecting your success? It might be your monkey mind at work.
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Writing About Sex and Intimacy

Have you always wanted to write about your intimate experiences or fantasies but didn't know where to start? Here are some suggestions and tips on how to begin.
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The Lunar Eclipse and Your Shadow

Are you feeling a bit off this week? Are strange things happening to you and your loved ones? There's a chance that this might be an effect of the upcoming lunar eclipse.

Deep Listening in Personal Relationships

Are you trying to get to a deeper level with your personal relationships? Do you want to know how to become a better listener?
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Gratitude Can Be Sexy

Is listening to the news making you feel pessimistic and gloomy? Expressing gratitude to your loved ones or engaging in gratitude journaling can be lead to happiness and wellbeing.
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What Does the Body Remember?

The body remembers more than we think. We might be amazed what we'd learn if we listened to its messages.

Where is Your Home?

If you are like most Americans and have moved an average of eleven times, have you wondered where your home is? When you get down to it, home is where your heart is.

What's Your Passion?

Do you feel that in your personal and professional life that you are busy doing too many things you don't like to do? Maybe you need a reminder of how to tap into your passions.

7 Signs That Someone's Lying to You

Did you ever suspect someone was lying to you, but you didn't have evidence? This article discusses why people lie and offers a checklist in identifying a liar.

Are You Grounded? Centered? Or Both?

Have you felt less grounded and centered lately? While these different, some of the self-help tools to ground you and bring you back to center are similar. Read more for tips.

How to Slow Down Time

Do you feel that time seems to be going more quickly as you get older? If yes, there are a few things you can do to slow down time. Most of the suggestions focus on mindfulness.

Are You an Empathetic Person?

Have you ever wonder if empathy is learned or innate? This article will show you that empathy can be learned and in fact, is in high-demand now. Also included are journaling prompt

How Naked Are Your Boundaries?

Do you feel as if your boundaries are blurred or sometimes invaded? Personal boundaries are highly-individualized and your body can provide the answers you might need.

How About Writing Confessional Poetry?

Have you always wanted to write a poem, but don't know how to begin? Do you have a secret or confession to write about? April as National Poetry Month is a good time to start.

The Passionate Art of Storytelling

Do you feel as isolated from people and their stories? Do you have difficulty telling stories? Here are some reasons why sharing stories unites us, and how to tell a story.

How to Find Light in the Darkness

Do you sometimes feel as if the darkness overpowers the light in your life? Here are some tips on bringing the light in.

How to Be in the Flow

Are you trying to live in the moment and go with the flow in your life? This article may help you understand what flow is and how to find it in your everyday life.

How to Develop Self-Compassion

Self-compassion is a very important aspect of self-care. Many of us get wrapped up in caring for others and neglect ourselves. Sometimes writing can help us develop self-compassion

7 Ways to Express Your Love

Are you feeling depressed? Have you run out of ideas on how to show someone you loved them? This article will offer you tips which will help you honor the love in your heart.

6 Ways to Nurture Empathy in Intimate Relationships

Empathy, which is a cousin of compassions is essential for successful relationships. Sometimes we need reminders on maintaining empathy. This article shares how to do this.

Balancing Optimism and Pessimism

There are optimists and pessimists, and some are a combination of the two. This blog discusses the balancing of both, and why some people are one way or the other.
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Activism and Self-Care

Are you a baby boomer, having a deja vu of the 1960s? This article sums up the reason women in the US are concerned and also offers some self-care tips during difficult times.