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Suicide Prevention Awareness Day Message

Trigger Warning: Suicidal Ideation On Suicide Prevention Awareness Day I posted the following message on social media. “This has been the hardest year of my life I think. The only things that come close are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Nannie dying, the sociopath I dated that left me with trauma, when my brother and dad were […]

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Fixing Rusty Joints: 7 Pain Management Strategies For Arthritis

Arthritis affects one-fifth of the American population. The majority of arthritis sufferers are working adults. For some people who have arthritis, just getting through the day can be a challenge. But you don’t have to give up the activities you enjoy. And you shouldn’t have to suffer through debilitating pain during the normal workday. Although most […]

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Top 5 Tips On Creating A Dog-Friendly Garden

It comes as no surprise to most pet owners that dogs are the most active, most easily distracted, and most fidgety animals in any stretch of the imagination. It is for this reason that finding the right way to blend garden safety and pet-friendliness, while not limiting your dog’s level of activity becomes a rather […]

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Coping Strategies For Dealing With Anxiety

Anxiety as a condition is often misunderstood and underestimated in terms of the devastating impact it can have on us. Anxiety affects everyone differently, and so it makes sense that each individual will find certain coping strategies and treatments to be more effective than others. It may take some time and trial and error in […]

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2 Ways to Cut Your Household Costs

To retain the standard of living that you are used to, you pay your bills, you fill your fridge with food, and you cover your tax expenses each month. You’re that used to shelling out on these household costs, you probably no longer think twice about paying them. You may want to think twice the […]

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