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Controlling Difficult Emotions

Controlling Difficult Emotions


Posted By on Jun 13, 2016

It is important not to let bad feelings, thoughts, and emotions get the better of you. Emotional responses to any given situation able to be thought of can often be fickle and frivolous. Even if the emotions are pleasant, positive, and good, they can still be tricky to identify completely and control. From love at first sight, to road rage in traffic on the commute home, whatever emotions you feel will have tremendous impact on your behavior. Be sure not to do anything on an impulse like get a tattoo, leave your spouse, or move to another state.

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Divorce – A Survival Guide

Divorce – A Survival Guide


Posted By on Dec 12, 2015

In today’s society, divorce is so frequent, it almost seems like the standard, whereas a successful marriage really seems like it should be the standard.  Instead, it seems like more and more couples are actually splitting, as opposed to staying together.  Now, some divorces can be tricky, messy, and really very hurtful.  Others, are much smoother, end in peace, and actual friendship.  The issue is, there are many more people involved in the divorce than you think.  But before you call the movers in Marietta, take a peak at this article to see if it helps you.

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Losing Your Job – Now What?

Losing Your Job – Now What?


Posted By on Dec 10, 2015

Losing your job can be scary, especially if you are not use to being unemployed.  What ends up being even scarier though, is the idea of not being able to provide for your family or pay the bills that you need to pay.  A lot of this depends on what aspect of life you are in.  If you get fired from your very first job, are still quite financially obligated to your family, and don’t have any dependents, than losing your job isn’t as big a deal as it could be.

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Buying Your First Home

Buying Your First Home


Posted By on Dec 8, 2015

When thinking about buying your first home, there is a lot to consider.  Are you buying with the intention of taking out a mortgage?  Do you have a family?  How big is your family? Do you have kids?  If you do, where do you plan on moving?  School districts are incredibly important, and unsurprisingly, the homes in the “good” school districts are naturally more expensive than those in lesser school districts.

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Dealing with the Death of a Loved One

Dealing with the Death of a Loved One


Posted By on Dec 3, 2015

Dealing with the death of a loved one is hard on anybody, and there is no easy way to handle it.  There are some “tips” of course that people will talk about, and I will write a few of them here, but at the end of the day, there is nothing harder in this world, than to deal with the death of a loved one.  Still, another thing to realize is that, life goes on.  The person that you lost has probably lost others too.  The people that love you will lose you at some point, and the people that love those people will lose people they love as well.  This happens to everyone in the world, and it happens all the time.  This is the circle of life.  We grow up, we make relationships, and as people grow older, the circle continues and we lose some of the people that we love so dearly.

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Managing Money

Managing Money


Posted By on Dec 1, 2015

In some facet or another, money is an integral part of some portion of your life.  What I mean by this is that a lot of people are much more family oriented and claim to “not care about” money or having money, or financial stress, or anything of the sort.  At the end of the day, money, whether you like it or not, is what makes the engine of the world move.  Trading, exchanging money for something you need, something you want, something that will help your family, something that will keep you safe, and so on, is an aspect of life that is commonplace to all.  You never know when your heating and air unit will go out, you need to move unexpectedly, or your car breaks down.

With that being said, more people are under financial stress and incapable of proper money management, than there are people that are financially safe and comfortable.  Some are incredibly lucky to be born into a lot of money, while others have the opposite luck and are born into poorer families.  Others come from very little and build it into something great.

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Starting a Family

Starting a Family


Posted By on Nov 29, 2015

Starting a family can be a very exciting, but nerve racking and stressful time.  Sometimes a family is started by accident!  Let’s face the facts here; many couples first have their child simply by accident.  That is not to say that plenty of very close knit, put together, and happy families have started out that way, but it is not the “typical” way families are started.

Once you meet the girl or guy of your dreams, one or both of you will soon want to start your family.  Now, not everyone is blessed enough or lucky enough to have kids.  That doesn’t mean that adoption or surrogacy are bad choices for starting families either.  It is extremely important to note that our society on a global, national, and local level, is made up of all sorts of families.  There are nuclear families, extended families that live with the nuclear family, there are families where the kids were born through a surrogate, there are families where the kids are adopted and they don’t know they are adopted, and families where the kids are adopted and know that, is the case.  These are just a few of the many families that do exist, and not one is better than another.

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One of the great debates currently encompassing the conversations that our society has is with regards to technology.  Sure we constantly talk about how great technology is, all the new and cool stuff it can do, and how much “better” it is making things, but does everyone feel that way?  Many others believe that technology is actually a negative thing that is setting up boundaries for people to live well.  While the new age tech people are fascinated by the complex things they are able to provide now, some of which were unimaginable just twenty or thirty years ago, many old-timers are much more resistant to these technological advances, and fear that this new way of life is actually negative.

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