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‘In My Dreams’ assesses matters of perspective

Posted by in •-Feature, Arts & Entertainment, Dating, Law of Attraction, Metaphysical, Mindfulness, Movies, Personal Growth, Relationships, Sexuality

Carol Petersen (Blythe Danner) knows a lot about love and loss. Having been widowed 20 years earlier, when her adoring husband was tragically killed in a plane crash, the spry 70-something now spends most of her days on her own, living alone in a small but comfortable home. She has a close circle of card-playing friends who live in a nearby retirement community (June Squibb, Rhea Perlman, Mary Kay Place), and she periodically receives visits from her daughter, Kath (Malin Akerman). But the fear of being hurt again is so strong that she rarely ventures outside her limited daily routine. It’s all very controlled and very safe but also very lonely.

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‘Two Days, One Night’ implores ‘just ask’

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We’re all no doubt familiar with the expression “nothing ventured, nothing gained.” Meritorious ideas, as good as they might be, unfortunately often languish as untapped, unmaterialized potential, simply because no steps are taken to bring them into being. And, ironically enough, in many cases, those undertakings could easily get their starts through the simple act of asking to make them manifest. Such is the focus of the dramatic new release, “Two Days, One Night” (“Deux jours, une nuit”).

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Go For Progress, Forget Perfection

Posted by in •-Feature, Health & Well-being, Mindfulness, Personal Growth

What stops you from moving forward? What areas in work or life need you to be more flexible, resilient and more aware of progress over perfection?

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‘Skeleton Twins’ charts the path to personal happiness

Posted by in •-Feature, Arts & Entertainment, Family & Relationships, Mindfulness, Movies, Relationships

When life doesn’t work out as hoped for, disappointment is sure to set in. But, when that disappointment gets to be more than we can bear, it can easily turn into despair. How we respond to those circumstances, however, is what ultimately matters most, as a pair of confused siblings discover for themselves in the quirky new comedy-drama, “The Skeleton Twins.”

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What to tell kids after failure and disappointments (and what to tell yourself too!)

Posted by in •-Feature, Family & Relationships, Health & Well-being, Parenting, Personal Growth

Do you compliment your kids by saying things like: “You are gifted at being smart.” “You’re born with that talent.” “You’re a natural at ‘this’!” Although these compliments sound like good things to tell kids, they actually can bring about potential problems in the longrun. Dr. Dweck suggests parents and teachers implement “Incremental Theory For Learning” instead.

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