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Writing about positive thinking is a bit of a challenge at any time, but a real balancing act during an election campaign.
Your husband has had a long-term drinking problem. The longer it went on, the more alone you felt.
The people that you remember clearly are people who cared, people who made a difference in your life, people close to your heart.
There are other kinds of prisons, besides penitentiaries, which can act as prisons and turn you into an institutional case if you stay long.
Recent suicides by adolescents and children in the wake of ongoing bullying have got us all thinking about bullying.
Dr. Neil Neil is back in the game after suffering a stroke recently.
Dr. Neill knows marriage can fail. So how does a relationship grow stale? Sloppy communication is often at the heart of the matter, he says
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Fighting parents to leave the nest and fighting against the urge to leave is a delicate learning and balancing act for teens.
Ask yourself what you can let go of before you add things by way of New Year's resolutions.
The holidays can be stressful and that's why you can't allow yourself to get stressed.
Dr. Neill Neill examines the issue of online dating and marriage.
Dealing with a son’s drug and alcohol abuse has been the most difficult and divisive challenge Dr. Neill and his wife had to face in their decades together.
People still resort to infidelity as the excuse, often unconscious, to end a difficult relationship. Many couples, however, choose to stay together after one or both has been unfaithful.
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