Archive | Relationships, Psychology

Why Having an Aging Parent Move In Can Be the Best Decision You’ll Ever Make

Attention Baby Boomers For many people, the idea of having a parent move in with them seems fraught with complications and misery. But Gwen Cheryl Lyn Sarandrea, who holds a master’s degree in clinical counseling/psychology, says the living arrangement can be a win/win for both adult children and their parents as it was for her […]

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Do a Show on the Biggest Relationship Myths Everyone Believes

More than 2 million Americans marry each year, and many millions more are in committed romantic relationships. At the same time, more than a million Americans file for divorce every year and many romantic relationships are torn asunder, too. It can make us wonder whether we know what we’re doing when we’re in love. Relationship […]

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5 NLP Techniques Parents SHOULD Use on Teens

Dealing with moody, back-talking and distant teenagers can be exasperating for parents who often wonder what happened to the sweet little boy or girl they used to have. What can parents do to improve their relationships with teens? Find out when you interview Gaye O’Brien, whose experience as a longtime teacher and neuro linguistic programming […]

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Expert Tips for Building Your Professional Network

Think You’re Linked In? It takes connections to get ahead and, in some ways, we’re more connected than we’ve ever been. But in today’s plugged-in world, developing a business contact who’s something more than your 7,891st Facebook friend requires strategy and effort. How much, you ask? Less than you think, say Ron Sukenick and Ken […]

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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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3 Things You Should NEVER Do If You’re Single on Valentine’s Day

February 14. It can be the most looked-forward-to day of the year – or the most dreaded. For the unhappily unattached, Valentine’s Day seems like a great excuse to kick back in your jammies, pour a glass of wine, and dive into a box of chocolates– but that’s a BAD idea. Dr. LeslieBeth Wish, MSS, […]

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