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  • Wondering where your spark went? Rather than sleepwalk your way through another packed day, try these tips to bring joy back into your life by being more playful, creative and spontaneous.
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  • Like, lust, love… relationships can go through a lot (and not necessarily in that order). Take this fun interactive quiz and see whether you’re smooth sailing or need to adjust your course.
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  • If your child were bullied at school, what would be your first move? Would it be the right one? Watch and listen for trusted advice from a children’s mental health and violence prevention expert.
    In collaboration with: Dr. Tracy Vaillancourt
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  • Positive self-esteem can be the greatest skill — yes, skill — you can have. It takes time and practice to learn but once you have it, you open a whole new world for yourself. Here’s how.
    In collaboration with: Antoinette Giacobbe, Psychotherapist & Life Coach
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  • Looking for a more simple way to approach your day? How about your life? These 10 simple steps will help you get real, get simple and reclaim your time and your life.
    In collaboration with: Antoinette Giacobbe, Psychotherapist & Life Coach
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  • Talking sex with your teen can be a scary thought—for both of you. Here’s how to start the conversation, what to cover and how you can both walk away trusting each other more.
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  • Before you explode in anger, try counting to ten. Or you can combine your countdown to calm with these other tips to help get to the root of your anger. Your relationships will thank you.
    In collaboration with: Antoinette Giacobbe, Psychotherapist & Life Coach
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  • If you give a little, you can get a lot! By volunteering, you’re doing much more than helping others.
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  • After a divorce or separation, cooperative parenting is more important than ever. Here’s how to create a co-parenting plan so that your children feel secure, confident and self-assured.
    In collaboration with: Sharon Shenker, Family & Relationship Coach
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