Soul Ties?: How to Recover from Heartbreak and Break-Ups

Mental Health

After The Love Has Gone: 3 Tips For Recovering from Loss and Change

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Listen to the audio version of this article here: https://youtu.be/iFWEtxBIwZ0 The title of this post shares its name with a classic song from one of my favorite groups, so I didn’t need an excuse to use it here. Mid-February is the time of year when thoughts of love and affection are in the air. Embers

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Lessons From a Two Year-Old: Doing The Right Thing (even when it hurts)

Happy New Year, folks. Going forward, you’ll be seeing more audio and podcast options available on KeneErike.com and our YouTube page. There will be more ways for you to consume the content you love. And, as I hinted in my last post, keep an eye out for news about my soon-to-be-available audiobook.

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Just Say, “Yes”: 4 Reasons to Pull The Trigger (even when you don’t feel like it)

Well, we’ve explored some of the reasons why you need to get comfortable saying “No”:https://keneerike.com/the-power-of-no/ Your personal and professional lives are a complex network of gray areas where absolutes play second fiddle to nuance and wisdom en route to getting where you want to go.

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The Power of “No”: The First Line of Defense for Safeguarding Your Mental Health

It seems like there’s never enough time in the day to get everything done, especially as we begin to accumulate responsibilities like old clothes in the back of a closet. Fortunately, you’ve got a lot more control over that than you think.

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