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How Friendships Enhance Our Health and Well-being

How Friendships Enhance Our Health and Well-being

The world’s longest-running study of human happiness revealed that the main things we need for a healthy life are close relationships. Our friends and loved ones literally help us lead longer, more satisfying lives. As time goes on, it can be challenging to maintain...

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Is the Past Haunting You in the Present?

Is the Past Haunting You in the Present?

Most of us realize that our past experiences have a strong influence on our thinking and behavior. But we may not fully understand how earlier events are shaping the choices we make – and even the conflicts we get into with work colleagues, friends and loved ones....

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How to Manage Feelings of Anxiety

How to Manage Feelings of Anxiety

Did you know that worldwide, some 264 million people live with chronic anxiety? Mood and anxiety disorders affect some 3 million Canadians aged 18 and older – and you may be one of them. Many people feel that anxiety has become part of the “new normal” as we deal with...

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How Good Sleep Supports Mental Health

How Good Sleep Supports Mental Health

Did you know that sleep and mental health are closely linked? When we don’t get the rest we need, our brain function is affected – as you’ve probably noticed when you’ve become overtired and observed how irritable you felt. It’s one thing to endure a bad night or two,...

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How Exercise Supports Good Mental Health

How Exercise Supports Good Mental Health

Most of us have gotten the message that physical activity is good for us. Countless studies have shown that regular exercise helps us maintain a healthful weight and prevents maladies such as diabetes, heart disease, cancer, osteoporosis, and others. But have you...

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Can Separate Vacations Be Good for Couples?

Can Separate Vacations Be Good for Couples?

When you and your partner discuss travel, do you ever consider the possibility of taking trips on your own? It may come as a surprise to hear that many happy, loving couples enjoy taking separate vacations – and actually, find that time on their own feeds the health...

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