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Dating Someone Going Through A Divorce: A Bad Idea?

Would you date someone going through a divorce? Just as people aren’t getting married the way they used to do, opting for moving in with one another instead, married people aren’t getting divorced how they did in the past. Some married couples stay legally tied to one another to take advantage of the legal benefits given to partners, and live ...

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Saunas Do Much More Than Make You Sweat!

If you have a gym with a sauna, you might want to use it for your mental health. A medical study reveals that frequent dry sauna use provides protective benefits against memory loss. Even if you are young and your memory is fine now, you may still be at risk for dementia. Poor dietary habits, stress, and lack of exercise ...

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Why Married Women Fear Workplace Discrimination

Is pregnancy a workplace liability? Women might fear this to be true. A recent survey conducted by Credit Angel, a credit reporting website revealed a disturbing practice among married and engaged women: thirty-five percent remove their wedding band before going to work, and twenty-nine percent take off their engagement ring before a job interview. When asked why nearly 1200 women ...

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When Is A Child Old Enough To Be Home Alone

Staying home alone for the first time is a rite of passage for youth. It communicates to a child that they have reached an age of maturation. But how old is old enough to be home without an adult? There are legal requirements in some states and in others, it is up to the parent to decide. Legally ready or ...

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Finally Relief For Tired Parents…

Parents are hiring baby sleep coaches and this is a trend that likely will stay. My first piece of coaching advice was “Sleep when the baby sleeps.” No, I hadn’t hired a baby sleep coach. My advice came for free from the maternity nurse in the hospital before returning home with my newborn. The first time I became a parent, ...

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Mothers Are Burned Out

Burnout has become an official medical diagnoses, according to the World Health Organization, with woman at greatest risk. Parents do what they have to in order to make life work, but it comes with a cost. For women, that cost is their emotional and mental health. In fact, ‘burnout is real in the modern world’ according to a recent survey ...

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Women Are More Likely To Be Killed By An Intimate Partner

While in my garage looking for something I heard a chilling scream. I ran outside to see where the sound came from and saw a young woman with a baby in her arms running across my front yard. I rushed after her and ushered into my house. She barely spoke any English but she was able to say clearly, “He’s ...

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What Is Early Menopause?

My the first time I read “Are You There God, It’s Me Margaret” I was whisked away into a Judy Blume world of girls who were going through preadolescence. I was in the 4th grade, but I could relate to Margaret. My friend Kim started to develop early. I hadn’t. But the day that I finally became ‘a woman’ I ...

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Restorative Sleep Is Rare In Women, Study Says

Mother may know best, but the father is the one who gets all the rest. Well, that’s not really how the rhyme goes, but there’s truth to it, nonetheless. Men have this amazing ability to be fully present in the moment. Without much prompting or course study, the art of clearing the mind has been the worldwide struggle of females ...

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Sleep Problems Among Couples Is Common

Lack of quality sleep can be the primary reason for poor health in men, and also in women. In fact, women who sleep with their partners are at higher risk for poor sleep due by nature. A sleep study revealed that women who slept in the same bed with their significant other reported less sound rest than females who slept ...

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