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Is Slang: the Secret Handshake that Separates “Us” from “Them”? Please click to read Sally's post on Grotta.net.

Slang: the Secret Handshake that Separates “Us” from “Them” - Daniel Grotta & Sally Wiener Grotta

The creative arts help us understand and respond to feelings, reduce symptoms, and replace negative behaviors and thought patterns with greater insight and clarity-- Anxiety & Depression Magazine | The ART of Healing | Fall 2013

Mending through mindfulness.Learning to stay grounded in the moment helps ease symptoms of depression and anxiety By Robin Flanigan Anxiety & Depression Magazine

Liberal, Conservative, or Charitable: Politics Underpins How We Give -

It’s not just super PACs—politics dictate how we donate to everyday charities, too.

“But, Boss! I Have to Work at Home! The President Said So!”  The U.S. government implemented the Federal Telework Act in 2010. We look at how it’s working out, its successes, where it needs to improve – and how it can save your business money.

“But, Boss! I Have to Work at Home! The President Said So! government implemented the Federal Telework Act in We look at how it’s working out, its successes, where it needs to improve – and how it can save your business money.

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Finance and Career Magazine: Three Simple Proven Ideas to Improve Trade Show…

Parents, caretakers, and educators all want to play a part in raising smart kids. When it comes to bright, above-average kids, some characteristics are inherent, and some are learned. Raising smart kids starts at a very young age – there are things parents can do for and with their kids from infancy to ensure that …

Someone shared an interesting infographic with me recently about how to raise smart kids. I wanted to post it here not because I believe there is a “formula” for turning kids into geniu…

Workplace thinking style

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Empower Kids for Life: Kinds of Thinkers

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GOOD ideas for you and your child as they grow up! I LOVE the shower cap , idea for your baby when getting a shower or bathing. It keeps the water out of their eyes.

The Welfare Queen - In the 1970s, Ronald Reagan villainized a Chicago woman for bilking the government. Her other sins—including possible kidnappings and murders—were far worse.

The Real Story of Linda Taylor, America’s Original Welfare Queen

'The Welfare Queen' - In the Ronald Reagan villainized a Chicago woman for bilking the government. Her other sins—including possible kidnappings and murders—were far worse.

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