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Since the days of Nixon and Watergate, whistleblowers have been front and center in the effort to expose corruption, unethical behavior, illegal activity, and abuse from inside politics and businesses. While not every whistleblower gains the household name recognition of well-known whistleblowers like Anita Hill, […]
I’ve just logged into a Zoom video chat entitled “The Hows and Whys of Astrology” and watch as multiple video images pop online. Mostly women sit in various states, some lounging in the sun sipping drinks from metal cups, some laying on their couches in […]
Your home life might seem a bit bleak right now — your hair may be getting shaggy, your eyebrows may be a bit unkempt, but you’re not alone in letting some of your routine slide in the current situation. Dr. Lynn Bufka, Ph.D., is the […]
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How to help during the Coronavirus outbreak.
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The pursuit of happiness is not a new concept for humankind. It’s embedded in our psychology, our personalities, our DNA, and it even forms the backbone of the U.S. Constitution. It’s what drives us every single day in some form or another, and yet it remains one of the most elusive and difficult things to hang onto. But what is happiness, and why is it so hard to find?