This one’s a toughie. When suicidal thoughts show up for real, they don’t just vanish in a puff of smoke when you want them to. They stick around, they taint everything with a touch of darkness, they poison excitement, healthy challenge, and kill feelings of success. But there are ways out that can work forContinue reading “How Can I Overcome Suicidal Thoughts?”
Monthly Archives: September 2013
Something to Think About….
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Is My Marriage Worth Saving?
There is no evidence that unhappily married adults who divorced are any happier than unhappily married people who stay married. Without a doubt, your marriage is worth saving! Though all marriages can’t be saved, divorce does not typically solve personal or relational dysfunctions. For couples with children, it is important to understand that research validatesContinue reading “Is My Marriage Worth Saving?”
Key Principles To Living A Great Life
Do you want to know what the key principles to living a great life are? If you do, this will be the right article that you are looking for. What you are going to discover here can change your life. If you apply these principles in your life, you will be able to create greatContinue reading “Key Principles To Living A Great Life”
Why Living In Pain Will Eventually Kill You
There are shocking statistics regarding the number of Americans who suffer from chronic pain, in thousands of years science hasn’t come up with a really great way to treat chronic pain. Migraines, fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, back pain, sinusitis and other conditions are major culprits affecting (according to most studies) about one in three adults. PainContinue reading “Why Living In Pain Will Eventually Kill You”
A Cry For Help | Teen Alcoholism
Adolescents, age 12 to 17, who use alcohol are more likely to report behavioral problems, especially aggressive, delinquent and criminal behaviors, according to findings of a new study released by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The new report, Patterns of Alcohol Use Among Adolescents and Associations with Emotional and Behavioral Problems,Continue reading “A Cry For Help | Teen Alcoholism”