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The groundhog didn’t see his shadow. Did you?

On February 2, America observed the yearly ritual of Groundhog’s Day. Tradition has it, that when groundhogs pop out of their holes, after a long winters hibernation, what they see and do determines whether we will have an early spring, … Continue reading

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Are you feeling cabin fever, winter blues or worse?

“Number seven on the ‘Top Ten Signs of Cabin Fever’ is the realization that “family togetherness is overrated.” – Anonymous It’s definitely that time of year when many of us (myself included) are really tired of putting on layers of … Continue reading

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How to cope with a not-so-merry holiday season

The holiday season is emotionally charged. The emphasis on joyous family times, fond memories and togetherness can amplify the pain of those hurting from depression, broken relationships, grief, unemployment, illness, loneliness¬†and any kind of loss. We live in a world … Continue reading

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