Pennsylvania Nurse Goes Above and Beyond the Call of Duty

Published on Oct 5, 2014 Sometimes in the darkest of hours, exactly the right person to deal with our hardship just happens to appear. Steve Hartman meets a Pennsylvania woman who – soon after being diagnosed with cancer – claims to have seen an angel.  

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When Being the Caregiver Is Not an Option

  According to The National Alliance for Caregiving and AARP, there are 66 million unpaid adult family caregivers (29% of the adult population in the US) providing care to someone who is ill, disabled or aged. While the number of male caregivers is steadily growing, female caregivers still outnumber their male counterparts two to one. […]

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Quit Playing Games and Choose the Simple Option A Guest Post by Carthage Buckley

  Unhappiness comes from a set of beliefs that we learn and perpetuate. Therefore; isn’t it logical to you that we can become happier by challenging and changing those beliefs? We can make some basic decisions and implement them on a daily basis. At some point, we can even replace the old thinking with new […]

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7 Habits of Highly Resilient Women A Guest Post by Zaheen Nanji

In 2011, George S. Everly, executive director of Resiliency Sciences Institutes at the University of Maryland, was asked, “What’s the difference between those who choose to sink or swim in times of adversity?” He stated two factors: a) A lack of perspective stemming from inadequate preparation and tenacity. b) A negative attitude He further explained […]

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EQ in the Workplace: A Positive Antidote to Bad Behavior A Guest Post by Lisa Aldisert

  Most of us have experienced incivility in the workplace. Inappropriate behavior toward coworkers typically stems from a variety of factors: increased workloads resulting in stress and fear, inflated self-importance, the desire to win at all costs, and insensitivity to the needs of others. But what it all boils down to is a lack of […]

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