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For many of us the holidays can be a bittersweet time. Despite all of the parties, family gatherings, and general joy we experience, there can be feelings of loneliness...

Seven Ways To Beat the Holiday Blues

Ellen writes regularly over at EllenDolgen.com. This article was originally published there.  For many of us the holidays can be a bittersweet time. Despite all of the parties, family gatherings, and general joy we experience, there can be feelings of loneliness and annoyance. Anxiety, worries, and financial stress. For the menopausal women, you may experience triple the annoyance …

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Tied In A Knot

This essay originally appeared on Jennifer’s blog, mamawolfe. It’s too early in the school year to be doing this. To be tying a knot, night after night, hoping to strengthen my line. Willing myself to lengthen my line, to make myself a better person. A better teacher. Friend. Wife. Mother. To push myself to grow, …

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Women and Depression – A Survey

  From Maya Angelou to Sheryl Sandburg, women are being reminded of what we can be. Strong. Courageous. Competent. Yet every research study you pick up talks about how women suffer more from depression than their male counterparts. Certainly, they seek treatment significantly more. What do these women look like? Who are they? There is the …

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