Next event in:

  • 00 DAYS
  • 00 HR
  • 00 MIN
  • 00 SEC

Can you really die of a broken heart?

Can you really die of a broken heart? By Marie Ellis Sat 1 Mar 2014 – 12am PST Losing a loved one can be heartbreaking. But a new study shows that this can be more than just symbolic, as the chances of experiencing a stroke or heart attack after a partner’s death doubles within the…

Growing Number of Dads Home with the Kids

Growing Number of Dads Home with the Kids Biggest increase among those caring for family By Gretchen Livingston The number of fathers who do not work outside the home has risen markedly in recent years, up to 2 million in 2012.1 High unemployment rates around the time of the Great Recession contributed to the recent…

Barriers to Intimacy

Barriers to Intimacy – By Chris Garner Intimacy; that openness, transparency; spiritual, emotional, intellectual, physical closeness—the oneness of marriage does not occur naturally. Mankind was designed for intimacy; first with God and then with one’s spouse. Adam and Eve walked and talked with God and they were naked and unashamed with each other – in…

Collaborative Divorce: Teamwork for Best Outcomes

Collaborative Divorce: Teamwork for Best Outcomes By Pamela Donison, Esq., Integrative Attorney I have a simple mission: to change the world one divorce at a time. And I am proposing to do so by inspiring people (including attorneys) to consider “alternative” dispute resolution as “primary” dispute resolution, particularly in family law. The most recent entry…

Chocolate could prevent obesity and diabetes, study suggests

Chocolate could prevent obesity and diabetes, study suggests Written by Honor Whiteman More than a third of US adults are obese and are, therefore, at higher risk of type 2 diabetes. But new research suggests a surprising prevention strategy for both conditions – eating chocolate. In a mouse study, led by Andrew P. Neilson of…

Popular kids may be targets for bullying

Popular kids may be targets for bullying  By — Robert Preidt  Becoming more popular might have a downside for teens — it may increase their risk of being bullied, researchers say. It’s well known that socially vulnerable teens — such as those with delayed physical development, body-image issues or a lack of friends — are…

Women and Finances – Stuart Burns

Women and Finances – Stuart Burns Mother’s Day is a great time to think about a lot of the unique financial challenges that woman encounter.  So we are going to dedicate the May Financial Matters to women and discuss some of those specific challenges faced by women.  I read many articles regarding financial issues and…

The Proof Is in: Father Absence Harms Child Well-Being

The Proof Is in: Father Absence Harms Child Well-Being By Christopher A. Brown National Fatherhood Initiative (NFI) was founded 20 years ago because some very smart people realized that the most consequential social trend of our time is widespread father absence in the lives of our nation’s children. They realized that growing up in a…

Depression in Men

Depression in Men Why it’s Hard to Recognize and What Helps As men, we often believe we have to be strong and in control of our emotions at all times. When we feel hopeless, helpless, or overwhelmed by despair we tend to deny it or cover it up by drinking too much, behaving recklessly, or…