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Call it the Quaranine 15. Many of us have been scarfing down comfort food in vain attempts to find comfort.
Most familial distress arise from misunderstandings, hurt feelings, disappointment or unmet expectations.
Social disconnection can have a serious impact on our more fragile elderly adults. Here’s how you can help.
Here are some tips for taking care of yourself during December. If you’re having a hard time, you’re not alone.
Opposites attract — and then they spend the next 20 years trying to get their partner to be just like them.
Here’s how to open our minds, hear what others have to say and try to understand each other in the election season.
It’s important to acknowledge our fears and sadness, but also to celebrate the things that bring us joy.
They survived the Great Depression and World War II, and we will survive this pandemic if we emulate their fortitude.
As the rain and cold returns, many of us are worried about how we will manage COVID-19 indoors.
We all can be living examples of integrity, compassion, kindness, commitment and perseverance.
Are you drowsy and depressed? Light therapy lamps provide feel-good natural lighting when its dark out.
Take a lesson from the Judean date palm. A doctor dreamed bringing the extinct fruit back to life — and she did.
Here’s how to reduce the tension we feel from COVID-19, high unemployment, the presidential election, etc.
The pandemic has impacted our mental well-being. Be on the lookout for suicidal behavior.
After six months of quarantine, couples need to address the marital challenges they have been putting off.
Love is not just a feeling — it has to manifest itself in deeds of loving kindness to be experienced as love by someone else.
The ingredinets include adequate rest, healthy foods, exercise, fresh air and time in nature.
Does making a decision feel like climbing Mount Everest? Here’s how to stop the overthinker in all of us.
Be prepared for the pandemic to continue into next year. The Spanish flu of 1918 was around for two.
It’s the ability to sit, listen to the sounds of nature, look at nothing in particular, and just be.