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2 Techniques to Project Confidence and Boost Sense of Self
Communication / Self-Care / Self-confidence

2 Techniques to Project Confidence and Boost Sense of Self

Adapted from BREAKING THROUGH BIAS: Communication Techniques for Women to Succeed at Work (Nicholas Brealey Publishing, Sept 8) by communication and gender bias experts Andie Kramer and Al Harris. They are also the authors of It’s Not You, It’s the Workplace: Women’s Conflict at Work and the Bias That Built It (2019). When […]

Enjoying Life More Means Embracing Imperfections
From the Editor / Self-Care / Self-confidence

Enjoying Life More Means Embracing Imperfections

Have you noticed that striving to be perfect is a prevelant theme on social media. Everyone is trying achieve their version of perfection.  They post selfies (with filters), take pictures of food when they go out to dinner (after staging the scene) and even the dog (or cat) has to […]

What Repeated Rejection Has Taught Me
Careers and Work

What Repeated Rejection Has Taught Me

When I was a young girl, every time I didn’t get my way the waterworks would start flying and my mom’s patience would be tested yet again. As I entered my teen years, I matured, slightly, and cried to her only when I felt rejected—you know, if I was dumped, […]

Dried Smashed and Spread: The First Wealth is Health
Balance & Lifestyle / Health & Wellness

Dried Smashed and Spread: The First Wealth is Health

Is there anyone who would argue with Ralph Waldo Emerson’s timeless observation that health is wealth? As I survey the various seasons and terrains of my life, I can attest to these three words, without a doubt. Yet, the last decade, perhaps two, have been the most revealing, concerning them. […]

Female Entrepreneurs’ Guide To Success Begins By Taking Care Of Herself
Business

Female Entrepreneurs’ Guide To Success Begins By Taking Care Of Herself

Wouldn’t it be great if you could get through your busy day with a plethora of energy that allowed you to have an active social life at the end of it all? Consider this: you walk into the room, feeling healthy and commanding attention with your high energy levels. Or, […]

Surviving a traumatic breakup: A psychotherapist’s guide to healing
Divorce and Separation / Relationships

Surviving a traumatic breakup: A psychotherapist’s guide to healing

Alicia Henry, LCSW If you have ever struggled with a breakup or divorce you will recognize that this can be one of the most painful experiences an individual can go through. Much like an open wound, healing from a breakup requires special care and treatment. Inspired by my own personal […]

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