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3 Ways To Get Approved For A Student Credit Card

If you're a college student, you know how expensive books, movies and tuition can be. And if you only work during the summer break, you may be looking for a way to stretch your funds through the cold winter months. Fortunately, a student credit card can help. Find one with low interest and good terms, and you can charge during the lean times and then pay it off when you're making money on your summer job.
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Problem Solving With Reality Therapy

Reality Therapy is a counseling method that was developed by Dr. William Glasser in 1965. However, it is so much more than a counseling technique. Reality Therapy is a problem solving method that works well with people who are experiencing problems they want help solving, as well as those who are having problems and appear to not want any assistance. Reality Therapy also provides an excellent model for helping individuals solve their own problems objectively and serves as the...
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Featured Mental Health & Emotional

About Bipolar Affective Disorder

Bipolar affective disorder, also known as bipolar disorder or manic depression, is a mental illness in which the patient has mood swings or mood cycling.
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ADD: Is It Or Isn't It?

In our busy modern world, the terms ADD (attention deficit disorder) and ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) is sometimes overused. Teachers who find kids to be unruly and daydreaming send notes home to parents and tell them, "Your child is not functioning. You should have him tested for ADD (attention deficit disorder)," or something like that. The problem is that not all behaviors that are disruptive in the classroom are caused by attention deficit. That's true ...
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Featured Addictions

Addiction Retreats

Addiction is a brutal development regardless of the vice. Addiction retreats offer unique treatment programs that are helping addicts recover.
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The Symptoms Of Addiction

Addictions are most commonly associated with drug and alcohol addiction. The truth is millions of people suffer from all kinds of addictions. Common addictions are to alcohol, controlled substances and prescription medicines. Additions you might not think are addictions are related to compulsive behaviors like gambling, shopping, food, the internet.
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Featured Financial

10 Quick Tips To Save Money

Money, according to a classical definition, is what money does. And truth, as they say, is like a rubber band. Stretch it and it can do wonders. So if we can really make money in order to do whatever we want, there is nothing like that.
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Are You Looking For A Financial Planner?

A financial planner is an individual who manages the money of a family, a group or a business. They will provide you with the knowledge that you need about which are the right investments, how to manage them and what you need to do to be set for retirement, college, or to purchase your first home. A financial planner is quite necessary in this day and age. If you do not have one, you may not really know what to look for in those that you can choose from.
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Featured Legal

Divorce and Credit–Are You Liable?

Getting a divorce can be painful for both parties and can be even more painful if you have joint credit cards.
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Accident Injury Claims Done Right

Never hesitate after an accident when seeking medical and legal help. There are lawyers out there ready and willing to make sure that you are compensated for being hurt in a situation that you may not have had any control over.
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Featured Resources

10 Common Symptoms Of Depression

Every year approximately 9.5 per cent of the American population suffers from depression. Depression is a grave illness that affects day to day life and destroys families. It is a disorder that controls the mind and its functions causing loss of appetite, sleeplessness, mood swings, and a deep sense of despair.
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A Quick Look at Depression and Teen Suicide

Teenage suicide is an alarming factor in the US and the statistics are increasing. Suicide is the third leading cause of death among teens and adolescents. It is reported that one of the major causes of teenage suicide is depression. Depression affects a person’s thoughts in such a way that the person doesn’t see that he or she can overcome a present problem. It’s as if the depression puts a filter on the person’s thinking that distorts things. It is very important to take suicide attempts seriously. Understanding that a teen suicide attempt is a call for help is essential in preventing a completed attempt later.
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Featured Life Coaching

10 Ways to Manage Work Stress for Women

Women are much more vulnerable and susceptible to workplace stress because of their varied roles.
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6 Steps To Stress Avoidance

Anything taken too much is bad for the health, and the long term effects of stress are well documented, which is why it is such an important area. As with everything in life prevention is always better than cure so I have provided 6 steps to help you avoid becoming stressful.
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