Tag Archives: family

Are your relationships a foggy reflection?

September 2, 2013

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by Sherry Anshara —  Relationships come in all forms, sizes, shapes and time frames. Relationships can be defined as personal — family, extended family, adopted family and significant others, romantic or not. Relationships can also be described as professional- or business-related — career, position, title and degree. Every relationship can be defined in some way, […]

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Mothers and moms?

February 27, 2013

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by Mary Sanders —  In the dictionary, the word mother is defined as the female parent or the origin or source. There are almost as many nicknames for mother as there are mothers. Mom comes in all shapes and sizes; she can be young or older, or perhaps she has gone on to heaven. Regardless […]

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Unconditional family love

December 25, 2012

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by John F. Demartini —  Consider the balance in your life. First, though, let’s take a look at the fundamental social dynamic called the family to determine whether function or dysfunction, order or disorder, reigns. At a superficial glance, it might appear that many if not most families are dysfunctional. However, when viewed from a […]

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Planting the seeds for a stronger family

August 11, 2012

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by Lesli Gee —  With today’s crazy schedules, most families are beyond tired. They are exhausted from the morning carpool rush, the back-to-back meetings, the barrage of emails, texts and tweets, and the chauffeuring of overscheduled kids to triple-booked activities. Then there is the rush to pick up dinner, the struggles over homework and the […]

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Making powerful decisions

April 12, 2012

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by Ada Porat —  “Every option seems to have a down side. How do I know which is best? I just do not know what to do,” a friend recently complained. She was caught in a quandary. After losing a well-paying job and pounding the pavement for months to find another, an excellent opportunity came […]

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Homeopathy and relationship problems

March 1, 2012

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by Dr. Edward Gogek —  Sarah was 33 years old, married with two children and already an associate professor in chemistry. Her complaint was, “I get detached. I do not engage with people, not even my family. I would rather be alone and not get emotionally involved, and my family really notices. I like to […]

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Balance your life with color

February 27, 2012

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by Joy Abrams —  Using color to create harmony and balance in your home is one of the easiest adjustments you can make in feng shui. By familiarizing yourself with the bagua (the feng shui floorplan), you will learn that specific colors are associated with each area of the bagua and that each section relates […]

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Summertime — the season of family disruption

February 24, 2012

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by Dannette Ellenwood Hunnel —  Today’s families are like puzzle pieces. Which one goes here; which one goes there? If you are a noncustodial parent, it can be difficult to decide how to best arrange and spend time with your children over the summer months. Like a Sudoku puzzle, these arrangements can lead to a […]

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