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  • Jan 2 - Mar 3, 2011
  • In Health: January - February, 2011


  • Happiness in Hard Times
  • Happiness in Hard Times

    If you’re out of work, facing a tough illness or dealing with bad news in your personal life, you’re probably feeling out of control, sad, angry or all of the above. That’s normal. But try not to wallow in self-pity for too long.
  • Dealing With It
  • Dealing With It

    If a child has an alcoholic for a parent, it’s usually not her only problem. If she’s homeless, it’s likely just one of the many pressures she faces. If her parents are abusive toward one another, she is probably having a hard time focusing on school.
  • From the Editor
  • From the Editor

    Though we intuitively know how important it is to be happy, it isn’t something we are always adept at pursuing.

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