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You Gotta Make Some Noise

You Gotta Make Some Noise

Originally published on LinkedIn. You have some great ideas. But they don't seem to get out into the public. Your thoughts are worthy and useable. But nobody seems to repost, share or retweet. It can get discouraging and it's easy to begin to believe that what you...

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50 Ways to Love Your Lover

50 Ways to Love Your Lover

by Marianne Clyde Sometimes you just need some new ideas to bring fresh energy into your relationship. Here's a few.  Take your pick. Sometimes it's the little things that make or break a relationship. Use eye contact when you talk. Pay attention to what is important...

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Is your productivity dragging?

Is your productivity dragging?

Published on May 3, 2017 on LinkedIn When your computer is sluggish, after complaining and whining for a while, you probably look up solutions online and go straight to one of the tried and true solutions. You uninstall unnecessary programs; you de-fragment; you...

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Still Sexy at 60

Still Sexy at 60

20 suggestions for keeping your romance alive in the golden years without a pill!   Every day, on my drive to and from work, I am barraged by a series of ads reminding me of ways to improve my sex life. First, for men, there’s that little blue pill. But that one...

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When Mr. Right Turns Out To Be Mr. ALWAYS Right

When Mr. Right Turns Out To Be Mr. ALWAYS Right

  He was so attentive when you were dating. The perfect gentleman. He even had your name tattooed to his bicep to prove his love. He loved showing you off and thrived on how his friends thought you were so awesome. You painted word pictures together describing...

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The A B C’s of Anxiety

The A B C’s of Anxiety

  A: Admit. Admit that anxiety is your problem, and no one else’s. B: Believe. Believe that you can change. C: Change. Change the beliefs that cause the anxiety and you change your life. Do you blame your anxiety on your mother in law, your kids, or your spouse?...

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Can you really recognize depression?

Can you really recognize depression?

Did you know that Depression affects approximately 14.8 million American adults every year? It often occurs with other illnesses such as strokes, heart disease, eating disorders, substance abuse and diabetes. Because this is such an important consideration in these...

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