Bullying Among Adults

Bullying has been a highly publicized over recent years. We tend to think of bullies as mean kids or teens, however bullying is also a problem among grown-ups. Here are some statistics of bullying among adults: A 2011 study at Indiana State University found that 15 percent of college student reported being bullied and 22…
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Solid Gold By Linda Butler

Solid gold.  These days we frequently hear advertisements luring us to sell the “old gold” we having lying around the house.  How do we know if it’s real?  If it’s pure through and through? That got me to thinking about congruence within ourselves.  Are we pure gold through and through?  It has to do with…
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Searching For Happiness By Linda Butler

So happy! That’s what one of my Facebook friends posted one day. I couldn’t help but wonder…okay, what? She never elaborated. Have you ever had moments of complete happiness? I have. It is so elusive, fleeting and simple. Just as quickly, our mood can change, the happiness gone. It seems that oftentimes it isn’t connected…
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10 Ways To Relax

Everyone gets overwhelmed and stressed sometimes. A lot of people struggle to manage stress in life. It is important to have balance in your life, so here are some ideas to consider trying to help reduce your stress by taking the time to relax. Here are 10 easy ways to practice relaxation skills: Read a…
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Top Career – Marriage And Family Therapy

Fox Business News lists Marriage and Family Therapy as one of the top 8 best careers. Between now and 2020, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates growth around 41% for marriage and family therapists. In the past decade or so insurance companies have become more willing to reimburse for counseling services. Therapy services have…
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