The Best Cure for Anger? Get Active!

I’m usually not a nervous eater, but the night of November 8 watching the presidential election results on television I reached for everything in sight to stuff my face. Like a bad hangover, my lethargy and unease lingered for days. I found reading Facebook posts and watching the news upsetting. As the week progressed I found myself less upset by the outcome and more anxious by the outpouring of anger that resonated coast to coast. People were angry before the election; people are angry after. If I felt anxiety as an adult, I can’t imagine what young kids watching the news

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How to Be a Go-Giver Versus Go-Getter

“She’s a real go-getter.” I’ve heard that line more times than I can count. It’s a compliment for anyone who likes to take action, try new things, set goals and achieve results. A go-getter makes things happen. She’s an energizer. There’s another type of person. That person is a go-giver. She’s someone who focuses her energy on giving over getting. She seeks to give more of herself than get more from others. Achievement is measured by the meaningful things she does rather by the many things she achieves. A go-getter can also be a go giver. The two are not mutually exclusive.

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How to Avoid Scams – Fearless Fabulous You! Oct. 31

Predatory lending and special credit card offers designed to lure you in have been topics in the news lately, especially after it was revealed that employees at Wells Fargo were pressured to sign up people for credit cards whether or not they needed – or had the credit- to have them.  Credit card offers,  too good to be true loans, financial packages that are not clearly explained to you, and special offers that are bait and switch tactics are just some of the areas where scams lurk. This U.S. government website lists the most common scams in the U.S. including: financial

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Medical Errors- What You Should Know to Protect Your Health- Fearless Fabulous You!

We’ve all heard a story like this: Someone you know, or a friend of a friend, goes to the hospital with a medical condition. She is treated, with surgery or medication. But something goes wrong. The end result is she is worse off than before. Worst case scenario is she is permanently disabled or dies. You wonder, “What happened?” Maybe it was a bad drug interaction or a prescription mistake. Maybe it was a botched surgery or a hospital-acquired infection. Maybe it was a misdiagnosis. All of these are common causes of preventable deaths due to medical errors according to

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Learn Signs of a Stroke October 24 on Fearless Fabulous You!  W4WN.com

Do you know the signs of a stroke? You should. Because sometimes the signs are ignored or misinterpreted. The signs can be sudden, and time is of the essence when they occur. If you see any of these sudden signs you need to act fast because the most effective treatments for a stroke  are only available within three hours of the first symptoms. Source www.cdc.gov Sudden numbness or weakness on one side of the body Sudden trouble seeing in one or both eyes Sudden confusion or trouble speaking Sudden trouble walking, dizziness, loss of balance or lack of coordination Sudden severe headache with no

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