Whether you try all twenty or just one, these tips can help you make progress towards your health goals.
The important question is, Are you willing to start in the broom closet and work your way into that corner office?
By Dave Alpern and David Thomas, adapted from the book Taking the Lead
Little things add up to big
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The year 2020 was the deadliest in US history. After annual deaths fell by 1.2 percent in 2019, they surged nearly 23 percent during 2020.
We are not mistakes in a vast, seemingly meaningless universe.
This article is adapted from Your Brain is Always Listening by Daniel G. Amen, MD. Part of our Mental Health Awareness Month book series.
Defining and enforcing boundaries doesn’t have to be scary or confusing. Much like our emotions, when boundaries are healthy, they give us important signals about how to protect ourselves and love people well.
This article was adapted from Hope Always: How to Be a Force for Life in a Culture of Suicide by Matthew Sleeth, MD.
Here are twelve ways that you can encourage someone who is feeling depressed or suicidal.
Easter is around the corner, and you might be struggling to determine the best way to fill your child’s Easter basket.
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“Wisdom is valuable at any stage of life!”
by Isabella Graunke
We’ve heard it before, and it will always hold true—the Bible is the ultimate source of wisdom