Monthly Archives: February 2010

GLBT Expert’s Tip of the Month – February

Self-confidence starts with self-acceptance For GLBT students, the average high school and college experience can be a bit more challenging. Not only do we struggle with the everyday stress of getting good grades, but we also have to deal with … Continue reading

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20 Something Career Expert’s Tip of the Month – February

From http://alexandralevit.typepad.com/ According to the Buddhist tradition, karma is the total effect of a person’s actions during successive phases of existence. It assumes that your conduct in this lifetime will influence events and relationships in future lifetimes. Whether or not … Continue reading

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20 Something Crisis Survival Expert’s Tip of the Month – February

Obligation is the Worst form of Motivation Are you shoulding all over yourself? Do many of the sentences that make up your inner dialogue or conversations begin with the word “I should?” If so, you may find yourself exhausted, depleted, … Continue reading

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Fitness Expert’s Tip of the Month – February

Keep the muscle, loose the fat. When researchers recently studied a large group of healthy women, aged 18 to 73, and they found that the best predictor of fat-burning decline, was a loss in muscle mass, not advancing age or … Continue reading

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Teen Parenting Expert’s Tip of the Month – February

How to Reach Your Teen’s Heart By Barbara McRae, MCC How would you rate your relationship with your teen daughter or son? If you are unsure, or you want to double check your answer, imagine hearing the sounds of your … Continue reading

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