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The Psychology of Facebook

05.04.21

The Psychology of Facebook Facebook. What comes up for you when you hear this word? Do you feel excited, afraid, annoyed, irritated, thankful, unworthy, anxious, or a combination of emotions?   Facebook certainly continues to be a heated topic of conversation that brings much debate. There are many different feelings and thoughts about Facebook and its […]

The Psychology of Facebook

05.04.21

The Psychology of Facebook Facebook. What comes up for you when you hear this word? Do you feel excited, afraid, annoyed, irritated, thankful, unworthy, anxious, or a combination of emotions?   Facebook certainly continues to be a heated topic of conversation that brings much debate. There are many different feelings and thoughts about Facebook and its […]

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Key Ingredient to Successful Relationships

04.20.21

Key Ingredient to Successful Relationships How would you rate your relationship or marriage? How much time do you spend on your relationship? Are you too busy to really sit down and connect? Are you focused on other things like work, children, hobbies or fill in the blank? Maybe you have just given up.  One reason […]

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The Criticism Epidemic

04.06.21

The Criticism Epidemic How often do you feel criticized by your partner, children, co-worker, boss, friend or parent? Do you feel like you are never good enough no matter what you do? Do you feel like you will not live up to someone else’s expectations of you? Are you critical of yourself and others?  According […]

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Losing Yourself: Steps to Getting You Back

03.29.21

losing Yourself: Steps to Getting You Back It seems like we are living in a society focused on material possessions, being busy, achieving, money, beauty, and getting our worth and value from others. We are losing ourselves in being constantly on the go and busy from one activity or work-related event to another.   There are […]

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Eliminating “Should” And “But” From Our Vocabulary

03.23.21

Eliminating “Should” and “But” From Our Vocabulary How many times do you think or say the word “should” or “but”? How often are you saying or thinking it? Think about times when you have thought or said, I should have called them or shouldn’t have said or done that.  Or, maybe, you have tried to […]

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Do You Take Things Too Personally?

03.09.21

Do You Take Things Too Personally? How many times does someone say or do something that really hurts yet when you stop and think about it, the situation seems as if it’s not about you – it’s about them? Do you feel like you take things too personally? Do you feel like you start blaming […]

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The People Pleasing Disease

02.09.21

The People Pleasing Disease Do you say “yes” often to be nice or because you feel bad or guilty for saying no? After you said yes, do you feel frustrated, upset or mad you didn’t say “no”?  People pleasers worry about what other people think, spend a lot of time doing things for others, and […]

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Marriage is a Mirror

01.19.21

Do you feel unhappy in your marriage? Do you wish your partner would change? Have you found yourself wishing your partner would meet your needs? Do you wish your partner would grow up or wake up?  If you answered yes to any of these questions you are not alone.   It’s important to begin with a […]

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New Year Means New Beginnings

01.12.21

The new year often brings a chance for new beginnings and an opportunity to focus on what really matters. We can set new intentions and create an action plan to make change in our life. It’s a chance to rethink old patterns and establish better ones. It’s a chance to really get clear on what […]

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Top 10 Most Downloaded Close the Chapter Podcast Episodes in 2020

12.29.20

Thank you from the bottom of my heart for your continued support of the Close the Chapter Podcast! It’s hard to believe the first episode aired on April 22, 2019. We have released over 89 solo and guest episodes. My mission and goal for the podcast was and continues to be helping you find powerful, […]

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