Loyalty: The Relationship Ties That (Can) Bind

In his article posted today on Yahoo! Shine, Jackie Bledsoe, Jr. discussed how loyalty in our relationships can lead to some of the most significant relationship problems doses of synthroid.  When we find ourselves in a situation where our loyalty is split between two parties, it can be quite a challenge to find a desirable solution.

According to Bledsoe, examples of relationships in which split loyalties can occur are between:

1.  your spouse and your parents

2.  your work and your family

3.  your kids and your ex-spouse

4.  your kids and your new spouse

5.  YOU and your spouse Read More

Top 10 Reasons People Visit the Doctor

In his August 11, 2013 article entitled, “The 10 Most Common Reasons People Visit Their Doctor” (posted on www.fool.com), Sean Williams cites a recent study done by the Mayo Clinic.  Between 2005 to 2009, the Mayo Clinic compiled information from 142,377 patients, to find out why they went to see their doctor.

Although it would seem obvious that people usually seek help for life-threatening diseases and/or significantly painful symptoms, this study found that people tend to see their doctor for less urgent and less dramatic reasons. Read More

Link Between Age and Happiness?

On July 23, 2013, Time.com published an article by Matt Peckham, entitled:  “Study:  23 and 69 are the Happiest Ages” navigate to this web-site.  Peckham was referring to the findings of a recent study done by the Center for Economic Performance at the London School of Economics.

According to this study, people’s happiness levels peaked at age 23, followed by a decline through the 50s, another increase through the 60s and peaking again at age 69, and then declining once again at about age 75.  Read More