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Be a more patient parent with these two simple exercises. One of them is completely unexpected.

by David Willans
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Why “I’m sorry” helps

by Mark Goulston, M.D.
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Healing can take time, but it is worth doing

by Petra Rakebrandt
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A Family Member’s Addiction Can Have a Far-Reaching Impact — This Is How to Cope

by Jessica Hicks
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F.A.T.E. From Addict To Entrepreneur With Melissa Sue Tucker and Michael G. Dash

by Michael Dash
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The Building Blocks of Forgiveness

by David Chartier
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5 Ways To Optimize Mental Wellness During Stressful Family Gatherings With Tonja Dodd

by A.N. Gibson
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5 Ways To Optimize Mental Wellness During Stressful Family Gatherings,   With Colene Elridge, M.B.A.

by A.N. Gibson
Get mindful and cope ahead before you leave your home.
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“We often need to adjust our attachments to an outcome to feel better,” with Emily Roberts.

by A.N. Gibson
The same way you would grab an umbrella if there is rain in the forecast, you should have a plan to protect yourself from the inevitable storm of the holidays and/or your relatives that are triggers for you.
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5 Ways To Optimize Mental Wellness During Stressful Family Gatherings, With Stephanie L. Roth-Goldberg

by A.N. Gibson
People who don't know how their struggles keep them from being able to do what they want to do - so if you're one of those who don't understand, use the circumstances as an opportunity for education.
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“What we seek - feeling whole and loved - cannot be found outside of us, but rather within us,” with Maureen Connolly.

by A.N. Gibson

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