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Divorced and dreading Christmas? Well, Thanksgiving is done and we’ve survived Black Friday. But we’re not through the holiday abyss yet. Which means we’ll most likely be dreading the stress, craziness and visions of perfection shoved down our throats. For many of us, the holidays can feel dark, lonely, and stressful—especially if we are going …

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Dealing with Rejection “Although you are an extremely qualified candidate, we have decided to move forward with another candidate for this position.” “I’m sorry, but we shouldn’t see each other anymore. You’re a nice girl, but I just don’t think this is going anywhere.” “We’re going to have to let you go. You’ve been a …

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Jackie Suis blogs at Hope Boulevard. There she shares personal stories and offers up perspective as a single woman dating in midlife. Keep reading to see how she compares our human relationships with those of the canine variety. Let me start by admitting that I am not a big dog person. I’m not a cat person, either, for that matter. Now, …

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Holiday Regrets–We’ve All Got Them No one wants holiday regrets, that’s for sure. As we all know, the holiday season is loaded with huge significance and tradition, no matter your background. If you celebrate the holiday yourself, your family probably does things a certain way. And if you don’t celebrate the particular holiday, you may …

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