Porn and Our Generation

By Sabrina Must Warning: This post contains content of highly sexual nature. 18 years and over. The weeks following my knee reconstruction surgery were littered with sleepless nights. I was practically immobile; a leg brace appropriate for a 6-foot man restricted my every move. My mom set me up in the main-floor…

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INTERVIEW: Erica Diamond Sits Down With Sophie Grégoire Trudeau

It is exactly five years ago that I sat down with The First Lady of Canada, Sophie Gregoire Trudeau, and exactly one year since her husband Justin Trudeau became Prime Minister. Out of all the interviews I have done over the years with incredible women, this one remains my favorite, so I have reposted…

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23 Productivity Tips That Will Actually Make You Happier

By Larry Kim These productivity techniques will keep you on track and happy. 1. Turn Off Alerts It’s terribly tough to get into your Zen zone when your phone is buzzing every few minutes. Depending on how chatty your phone is, you may get notifications for everything from emails to retweets. It’s…

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New Study: Anxiety Hits Women Hardest and 3 Quick Ways I Hit Back Harder and Won

By Lindsay France Anxiety has a favorite host: females who live in North America. Are you surprised? I’m not. According to a new study published in Brain and Behavior magazine, scientists compared nearly 50 notable scientific papers on anxiety from around the world. Females and people in areas of high…

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Sorry For The Inconvenience, Friends

Hello, all. Sorry for the recent inconvenience of our site being down - we were in the process of switching hosts for a more optimal and enjoyable user experience.  We are all switched over now. Yay. In addition, our blog posts via email haven't been working for some time now, as you…

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The Closing of Suicide Prevention Month: A Story

By Doug Segal This is my brother, Dan's story. Please read. Please share. Let's keep the conversation regarding suicide and mental illness going, or at least, let's try to get it started. Thank you. #missyoudan On July 24th, 2015, I lost my little brother, Dan - my only brother, and also,…

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6 Fall Fashion Trends

Hate to break the news, but it's officially Sweata Weatha (according to the girls of Saturday Night Live). ;) Check out some of my favorite fall looks from LE CHÂTEAU Now, whether you’re a working girl or stay-at-home mom, here are some fall fashion trends that you might like to wear. I've gotta…

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Turning 13… A Rite Of Passage

The day was September 22nd, 2003. I was selfish. A workaholic. 9 months pregnant. And didn't know just how my life would change the next day, at 5:40am on a Tuesday, September 23rd. When I heard the first cry, it literally took my breath away. I was instantly hooked. I…

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7 Mobile Apps and Quiz For Work-Life Wellness

Work-life balance is something many of us strive for, but it’s often hard to know if we’ve made it there. Are we balanced? Can we juggle career and our responsibilities at home, giving them both the love and attention they require? Yesterday on Global TV, I shared some awesome apps that can…

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How I Saved My Marriage

By Alisa Bowman About seven years ago, our toddler ran away from us at the grocery store. I chased him into the pasta aisle where he was holding a big jar of red sauce. My heart rate sped up as I realized I was about to become that parent, the…

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