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Dad Teaches Positivity by Writing Lunch Notes Every Day

Teaching children the power of positivity at a young age helps them develop self-esteem and resiliency. Kids benefit by having a solid mental foundation to help them navigate problems at school or with friends. For instance, many children today encounter bullying, difficulties making friends, and struggles with assignments. However, a positive mindset displayed by mom […]

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How to Make Sure You Start Every Day with a Smile

Throughout the world, first-world citizens are often more sad than those in the worst poverty. But when you realize how blessed you are even to have the ability to read, or use cutting edge tech you own, that can help you have a better attitude, and wake up with a smile daily. Here are other tactics to help you be happier every day, from the moment you wake.

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The Power of Sleep on Mental Health and Happiness

We need sleep like we need air, food, and water. The body and mind need time off from keeping us up and running. The power of sleep on mental health and happiness reflects in the responsibility we have to ourselves — in self-care, self-love, and willingness to change for the better.    

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6 Tips for a Respectful and Loving Intervention with a Friend

Love sometimes means having difficult conversations. Perhaps none are more challenging than interventions. However, you shouldn’t let someone you deeply care about continue down a dangerous path of addiction or eating disorders. I recently had an intervention with someone I loved dearly and learned a lot. Here are six tips for a respectful and loving intervention with a friend.

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