Archive for April, 2015

The Single Best Way to Develop Meaningful Relationships

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The Single Best Way to Develop Meaningful Relationships

Have you ever gone out to dinner with another couple, let’s call them Todd and Sarah, and all they talk about is how everything is going so great? They both love their jobs, their daughter Mary is in advanced classes at school, little Johnny is the best player on his soccer team, and they just […]

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Dare to Pray BIG

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Dare to Pray BIG

When I first lay my head down at night, like a lot of people, I often say a prayer or two. I think about who I know who is most in need, and then I ask God If He would be so kind as to help them. Recently I’ve been praying for the person who […]

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What Type A’s Can Learn from Type B’s

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What Type A’s Can Learn from Type B’s

I will begin a series of articles on attitudes and behaviors that people with Type B personalities tend to exhibit and which Type A’s might consider adopting. I hesitate to write about this because I have quite often made good sport of, and greatly enjoyed, denigrating Type B’s. We Type A’s are generally suspicious of […]

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I Am So Thankful I Have Difficulties in My Life

Filed in Stress & Anxiety by on April 9, 2015 0 Comments
I Am So Thankful I Have Difficulties in My Life

Most people bemoan the difficulties and obstacles they face in life. If we could only avoid all of our problems, life would be perfect, and we would be perfectly happy! We become ill, lose our job, get divorced, experience anxiety or depression, or face some other unexpected challenge, and we view it as an unwelcome […]

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How Much of My Children’s College Education Should I Save and Pay For?

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How Much of My Children’s College Education Should I Save and Pay For?

      This might be one of the most difficult financial decisions parents have to make. Every household has limited finances, and the cost of a college education has skyrocketed in the last couple of decades. Also, many professions now require a master’s degree (post-college graduate education), so it is not unlikely that you […]

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