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Your Life, Your Rules – Why Happiness Shouldn’t Feel Like Hard Work

Fool Me Once, Shame On You The biggest lie I was told growing up was that I had to work extremely hard to be happy and get what I want. That I needed to make sacrifices such as sleeping less … r

Why Enabling Someone Is Never A Loving Act

When You Only Want To Help Addiction is hard on everyone. If you watch your loved one continually abuse their body, you fear what they’re doing to their health. Abusing drugs and alcohol creates a potential for legal consequences and … r

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5 Surprisingly Small Habits Research Shows Will Make You Happier

There are many ways to increase the 40% of your happiness that’s under your control. My research has shown that some methods involve quite a bit of time every day, and some methods don’t. I’m concentrating on the ones that … r

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5 Strategies to Get Over the Fears Holding You Back

How often do you feel like you are your own worst enemy? You frequently may find that what stands between you and the life of your dreams is… you. I have been a psychologist in Los Angeles for over three … r

Stressed or Depressed? Know the Difference

Stressed or Depressed? Know the Difference Often in our daily lives, we use the terms stress and depression interchangeably as if they mean the same thing. Although they have similar symptoms, can be dealt with in almost the same manner … r

4 Ways To Trick Others Into Thinking That You’re An Extrovert

Is it just me or does it seem like this world was imagined, custom built and modified for extroverts? Technology can only get so far in minimizing human interaction to the deliveryman, the person at the final window in the … r