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What Is Prevention?

Prevention, as a word, is very prevalently used in our world today. Firemen use it. Politicians use it. Even doctors use it. That wasn’t necessarily the case back in 1950 when my grandfather launched Prevention magazine. “That’s a stupid name for a magazine,” my father told him. Whatever the 1950s equivalent was of “F*#k off” […]

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How to Heal after a Painful Breakup

by guest blogger Pam Fullerton, psychotherapist and writer I will preface this post by saying you’ll want to read this even if you are currently in a loving relationship, you’re entering a new relationship, or you’re healing from a breakup—you’ll see why! Breakups are painful, period. A relationship is an investment of our heart, time, […]

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Hello, 2016! Big Things Ahead…

Dear Reader, welcome to 2016! I always love a new year. It’s a new chance, a fresh start, an opportunity to rethink and reimagine. I mean, 2015 had some amazing highlights, but I’m not looking back. I’m looking ahead to all the supercool stuff happening this year. First, you may have heard I am “back […]

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Maria’s 5 Favorites: Treat Yourself in 2016

Happy New Year, Dear Reader! I hope you’ve had a wonderful holiday season. Now that the festivities have come and gone, hopefully things will calm down for a bit so you we can all recharge. This is why I love the start of a new year; it’s like pressing the reset button. These first few […]

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Where Will Your Journey Take You Next?

Recently, I have been reading Gloria Steinem’s new book, My Life on the Road. I’ve always proudly called myself feminist, but the truth is, I’ve never read anything by Gloria before. Let’s be clear right up front, though: This is not a blog about feminism; this is a blog about life. So there I was, […]

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The Gift to Others (and Yourself) That Everyone Will Love

It’s less than two weeks to Christmas, and I haven’t even started my shopping. I’ve been very busy working, attending events, and making sure I can end the year well enough to get a real fresh start next year. But one recent event—a small moment amongst my busy schedule—transformed me. I was introduced to a […]

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Random Acts of Compassionate Connection

by guest blogger Pam Peeke, MD, MPH, FACP, best-selling author and expert on health, fitness, and nutrition Loneliness hurts. We don’t need a slew of science studies to convince us that living without meaningful connection to others is painful. To be clear, I’m not talking about dedicated alone time for introspection, journaling, prayer, a quiet walk, […]

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Embracing Self-love—Let’s Do This Together

by guest blogger Pam Fullerton, psychotherapist and writer I’ve written recently about giving—giving to others, giving to your relationship, and being aware of the imbalance of giving and the way over-giving can cause harm to you and your relationship. But today, I’m going to talk about a different form of giving: self-love. Lately, I’ve been […]

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