Archive | July, 2014

Don’t Kill Yourself with Harmful Stress, Anxiety, and Burnout at Work

There’s Hope What helps people manage stress and anxiety in order to feel more valued and happier at work? According to Lisa E. Papp, the answer is astoundingly simple: having management express their gratitude for contributions employees make. The same goes for the company’s clients, who may leave if they feel taken for granted. Using […]

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Why Are So Many Celebrities Overdosing – Even After Rehab?

Cory Monteith,  Lisa Robin Kelly On Oct. 10, producers and cast members celebrated the life of Finn Hudson, the handsome—if fictional—quarterback-turned-choir-star who captured the hearts of fans of Fox’s Glee. Offscreen, Hollywood is still mourning the real-life death of the actor who played him, Cory Monteith, who died in July at the age of 31, […]

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How to Avoid a Battle After You’re Gone

Have Heirlooms? Leaving an Inheritance? Family battles over the belongings a loved one leaves behind can get downright vicious.  From jewelry and treasured knick knacks down to the toaster (yes, the toaster) the surviving family often fights over the emotion attached to the object and not the object itself. Sought after as an advisor for […]

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Take Listeners Behind the Pages of the Dark Street Series

How Do You Invent a Compelling Fantasy World? There’s a new wizard in town and she’s poised to fill the literary void left by Harry Potter, Ron, and Hermione.  Named Oona Crate, she’s the star of the Wizard of Dark Street book series, and exists somewhere between the worlds of Sherlock Holmes and Harry Potter, with magic and […]

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Black Mondays: Worst Decisions of the Supreme Court

When the first edition of Black Mondays was published in 1987, bad Supreme Court decisions were an anomaly.  Now the nations highest court has taken advantage of a power vacuum in Washington to become the most powerful branch of government.  The High Court is legislating, despite its apparent “conservative” nature. The worst decision in recent […]

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