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June 21, 2019

5 Big Lies That Keep You Stuck on the "Busy and Stressed" Treadmill—and How to Break Free

Have you ever been so tired you couldn't think straight? One evening, I made spaghetti and put the leftovers in the cupboard, not the fridge! I shook my head and laughed. What am I doing? I ...

December 27, 2017

Where to find the strength you need to keep going

Years ago when the New York Yankees were managed by Ralph Houk, baseball game schedules were much more demanding. In fact, teams usually played at least one double-header every week. ...

June 21, 2017

Getting Smart with Making Decisions

Are you losing sleep because you have a big decision to make? Like where to go to college or whom to marry. Perhaps you’re torn between two job offers and you’re just not sure which way

June 14, 2017

Managing Anger and Frustration

Author: JULIE CLINTON

I remember the email Tim and I got from a friend of ours shortly after his wedding. It told of a crystal vase he and his wife had received as a special wedding present, a vase that was very ...

April 26, 2017

What Keeps You Up At Night?

Author: Dr. Tim Clinton

Do you have trouble sleeping? When you lay your head on your pillow at night does your mind continue to reel with thoughts of your day, things on your “to do list”, or problems that may

January 19, 2017

Seeing Red

Author: Dr. Tim Clinton

Throwing a chair across the basketball court…Slamming a fist through a wall…The frustration when someone cuts you off in traffic…Those feelings you get when someone tells a truste

November 03, 2016

Isolation of Parents is Hurting Families

Given all that was placed before us, Shirley did a pretty good job of preserving our family life and getting into the world of our children. But as I reflect, I can't help but ask, "Could ...

July 22, 2016

Financial Problems and Stress

When I was a teenager I had a recurring dream which invariably delighted me: the episode would always begin by my noticing a shiny dime near the sidewalk where I walked. As I reached down ...

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