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Signs of Domestic Abuse: Common Red Flags and How to Get Help

Domestic Violence in the United States According to the FBI’s Uniform Crime Report, intimate partner violence accounts for 18 percent of all murders where the offender is known. For this reason among others, many...

Talking Politics at Work: What You Need to Know

“Who are you voting for?” People love to talk politics at work. Whether you’re chatting by an office water cooler or instant messaging colleagues from across the world, when it’s election season, political banter...

9 Ways to Ease Monday Stress

Another workweek packed with deadlines, meetings and long to-do lists can trigger Monday stress. This is characterized by dread, anxiety and other negative emotions. The good news is that, with a little planning, you...

4 Ways to Master the Art of Managing Up

A Gallup study of more than 7,000 workers revealed that half had quit their jobs due to a bad boss. That’s why it’s important to learn “managing up”: understanding your supervisor’s needs and then...

Make Moving in the Summer Easier With These Tips

Moving doesn’t usually top anyone’s list of favorite ways to spend a weekend. Hefting heavy furniture, negotiating traffic with a moving truck and, of course, confronting all those unpacked boxes just isn’t much fun....

Is Moving Out of State for a New Job Worth It?

Getting a job offer opens up a whole new world of professional possibilities. But it’s not always easy to accept that offer if it means moving out of state. While embarking on a new...

4 Common Car Problems and How to Solve Them

When you own a car, it’s only a matter of time until you run into some trouble. This bad situation becomes even worse when you don’t know what to do. To keep you safe...

Caring for Elderly Parents: A Guide to This New Territory

Graduations, weddings, new babies and birthdays are typically considered life’s “big events,” but welcoming an elderly parent into your home is one, too. Thankfully, it can be an equally happy one, if you’re equipped...

What’s in Your Five-Year Plan for Work and Life?

When was the last time anyone asked about your five-year plan? Most likely, it happened during your last job interview, and you haven’t thought of it since. But why not? A five-year plan creates...

Celebrating the Holidays With Adult Children

Nostalgia can be tricky, especially around the holidays. The sights, sounds and smells of the season can transport you to another — perhaps much simpler — time. And for many, these recollections can stir...
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