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  • Gambling Addiction: It’s Not About The Money

    The National Council of Problem Gambling recently reported that approximately 6 million adults and half a million teenagers in America engage in problematic gambling, or have what one may call gambling addiction. Gambling addiction refers to a...

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  • True Love: Do You Have What It Takes To Get There?

      “Love” is a term that gets used very casually in our day-to-day lives.  It’s utilized to convey a strong liking towards something and an explicit desire to associate with it. For instance, we say, “I love...

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  • Alcohol and Drugs: The Truth Revealed

    The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration recently estimated that about 21.6 million Americans are diagnosed with an alcohol or drug use disorder.  This means that at minimum, about this many people in the country regularly...

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  • People-Pleasing: What Are You Really Trying To Do?

    People-pleasing has been a commonplace phenomenon for as long as people have existed.  It comes up in different ways, across various social settings, and is done for a range of reasons.  The practice of people-pleasing refers to...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • The Challenge Of Being True To You

    We live in a society that places a high premium on what others think. Our culture encourages us to spend our time, effort, and resources focusing on other people, what they want of us, and what we...

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  • Love and Hate: What Are You Really Trying To Say?

    Love is a powerful concept we are all drawn to. It makes us belong and feel whole, it gives us the sense we are complete, and have everything we need. When in a state of love, everything...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Lashon Harah: It’s Really About You!

    Lashon Harah is any communication that is aimed at lowering the image of a person or persons in the eyes of others.  Literally “the evil tongue” or “the evil language,” it is popularly known today as gossiping...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • The Importance of Being Selfish

    Often we’re told being selfish is bad.  It’s disrespectful, shameful, and wrong. But we are all selfish.  Every one of us. We act to serve ourselves.  We eat what tastes good to us, befriend those who understand...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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