Balancing Between Caring and Coping

Throughout life, each of us will be faced with challenges associated with caring and coping. You could lose your job in the future, you may learn that a good friend has cancer, or you may need to move an ageing parent into your home so you can help care for him or her. These are . . .

Building a Great a Patient-Doctor Relationship

Have you ever had a patient-doctor relationship where neither one of you did much talking? You know, one of those patient-doctor relationships where your doctor went through the routine of checking you, writing you a prescription (if necessary), and sending you on your merry way. Or a situation where you wanted to ask your doctor . . .

Is It Time for a Digital Detox?

Do you ever wonder if you’re spending too much time on your computer, your smartphone, or playing video games? Chances are that if you’re wondering, you are. While today’s technology is incredibly helpful, it’s also incredibly time consuming, distracting, and sometimes, pulls us away from real-life relationships. As wonderful as it is to post your real-time . . .

Three Easy Ways to Declutter Your Home

Have you ever thought about how clutter may affect your life? If not, perhaps you should. If you’re like most people, at some point in your life, you have dealt with clutter: paperwork covering your work desk, baby toys scattered about the floor, makeup and hair products strewn about your bathroom. Remember that time you . . .

Well-Being: Social Life

Whenever you hear the term ‘well-being,’ what do you think it means? Merriam-Webster’s definition is ‘the state of being happy, healthy, or prosperous.’ Some people also like to add ‘having a social life’ into that mix. And while having a social life can make us happy, it can also stand alone in its own category . . .


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