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Trying To Stay Motivated During Summertime? Yes, it’s possible!

Summer is here, the beaches are calling, and parties are all over town, but you have all those big plans and goals you want to achieve. So how do you keep your motivation up when it seems like everyone else is partying down? Sure, you can take a summer break …

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Father’s Day

Is Father’s Day here in Canada and more than ever I am thinking about my father, who passed away 6 months ago. My father was an optimist. I remember as a child how he smiled at me, telling me that no matter what happened, what I do, if I take …

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Can You Hold on Until Your Next Vacation?

The summer and your vacation ended a few months ago, work and life have been keeping you busy, and your next holiday is far away. For many, this can cause frustrations, neurosis, behavioral disorders or eating disorders almost imperceptibly. Unfortunately, too many let these states wear them out and start …

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Methods to Improve Your Self-Esteem

Self-esteem is like a puzzle that forms primarily in relationships with others. Many people are lost in the environments they live in, forgetting what they want or what is good for them. Use the following methods to increase your self-confidence. Literature, theater or movies. They mean culture, and they elevate our …

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The Deadline or the Sword of Damocles

Unfortunately, the term “deadline” has become overused today, similar to the word “stress.” Both words are just a big doughnut increased by our own fears. “Everything is stressing me”; “I’m stressed because I am waiting at the traffic light, because I cannot find a phone number, because the restaurant bill …

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Mourning: Dealing with the Loss of Someone You Love

Whether anticipated or not, the death of a loved one leaves scars. Finding balance after such event often seems impossible. Therefore, sometimes help might come from the outside. The solution in such a situation is far from simple, and it depends on: Your character and personality Your life plan: family, …

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Facebook: Social Networking Disorders

Facebook or other social networking sites can be the place to share our feelings and stay up to date on the latest information, but they also represent a trap in which we can easily fall. From a psychological point of view, the picture painted on Facebook contains a subconscious desire …

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