Monthly Archives: May 2013

Stressed Out at Middle Age–Is It Biography or Biology?

As we progress through middle age, why are so many of us uninspired, lacking energy and stressed out by every mundane challenge of daily living? Is stress primarily a natural physical side effect of aging or is there more to … Continue reading

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At Work–How to Say the Right Thing When It Matters Most!

Effective communication on the job is the key to establishing, building and restoring relationships with the boss, co-workers and individuals reporting to you. To succeed in the workplace, you need to communicate effectively in four directions: Upward, while talking to … Continue reading

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Forgiveness: The Most Important Resolution You Can Make

One of the most counter-productive hindrances to midlife renewal and a joyful, productive second half is lingering bitterness over something someone said or did in the past. Do you still harbor hard feelings towards any of the following: A former … Continue reading

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Midlife Marriage in Trouble?–Ask Yourself Five Questions

After several years of marriage are you and your spouse drifting apart? Are romantic evenings for two only a fond memory? Lately does it seem like your spouse is “just there”, someone you need to stay with at least for … Continue reading

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