Monthly Archives: January 2015

Are you emotionally bankrupt?

Feeling emotionally bankrupt usually happens when you are busy taking care of everyone else and repeatedly neglecting your own needs. You can become an angry giver, continuing to give but resentful and agitated as you do this. So many of my … Continue reading

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How to be more empathetic

Successful couples are empathic towards each other. Empathy is the ability to understand another person’s emotions from their perspective – what people often call “putting yourself in someone else’s shoes.” It’s different than sympathy, because empathy is more about understanding … Continue reading

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3 things you need to know to be calmer

All of us move through our day-to-day lives with some level of worry. Most people have very busy, fast-paced lives and it can be difficult to let go of the sense of urgency. We are constantly rushing through life, trying … Continue reading

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Ease into 2015

The holidays are about giving, whether you’re giving time, love or gifts. In January, people typically feel depleted from giving, especially if they haven’t taken time for themselves during the busyness of the holidays. Aside from financial strain after the … Continue reading

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