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Easy Ways to Get More Done Each Day

EAP Navigator - May 2014

How many times have you said that either to yourself or to someone else? Most anyone can find time to exercise -- it's just a matter of making it a priority.

Outsmarting Stress

EAP Navigator - April 2014

You're familiar with the symptoms of stress — a pounding heart, increased perspiration, tight neck and shoulder muscles, anxiety, and fear. You may not know how to prevent or relieve these symptoms.

Tips for Better Communication with Your Spouse

EAP Navigator February 2014

To keep a relationship strong and healthy, effective communication is a key skill.

Conquering Those Hard-to-Break Habits

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If you want to lose weight, quit smoking, improve your diet or change practically any other bad habit, roll up your sleeves.

Smart Choices: Eating Healthy at Any Age

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At every stage of life, smart food choices fuel good health. You can benefit from following an eating plan that emphasizes food choices appropriate for your age and personal needs.

Tips for Better Communication with Your Spouse

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To keep a relationship strong and healthy, effective communication is a key skill. Communication allows couples to share their thoughts and feelings and engage in healthy problem solving.

Tips to More Effective Time Management

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When daily tasks build up and you feel overwhelmed, it’s difficult to know where to begin. To make things more complicated, you may find yourself easily distracted and unable to focus on completing one task at a time. However, there are many easy and helpful tips that will help you reorganize, prioritize, and start being productive.

Stress, Depression, and the Holidays

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Stress and depression can ruin your holidays and hurt your health. Being realistic, planning ahead and seeking support can help ward off stress and depression.

How to Manage Your Anger

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Anger is a normal, natural feeling. And despite its bad rap, anger can be a good thing. It can prompt us to speak out against unfairness or mistreatment. The trick is knowing how and when to effectively express this emotion.

Helping the Body and Mind Recover from a Chemical Dependency

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When you restore your physical and mental self, you will get more of your life back, chemical-free. Read on for information on how you or a loved one can make a full recovery.

Simplify Your Life

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Keeping personal items, work, and events organized is key to living a balanced and productive life. By organizing effectively, you will be better able to prioritize and plan, leaving more time to do the things that are important to you.

Balancing Your Two Lives (Home and Work)

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Among the essential ingredients of a balanced life are meaningful activity, physical and mental health, satisfying relationships and peace of mind. To achieve that balance, you must successfully juggle the demands of your work, personal life, family and relationships.

Ability to Concentrate Isn’t What It Used to Be?

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Concentration is vital in some professions. Even in our everyday lives, though, we all need to concentrate -- to avoid traffic accidents, to get the job finished, to remember important information.

Quick Start Resolutions for the New Year

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Resolving to lead a healthier lifestyle is a good way to begin the New Year. But don’t despair if you still haven’t confirmed your New Year’s Resolutions; there’s still plenty of time to choose a better path for the year ahead.

12 Ways to Keep The Holidays Stress Free

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The anxiety of having too much to do in too little time, the pressure of unrealistic expectations and the tendency to overeat and overspend can easily overshadow holiday happiness.

Stop the Cycle of Violence

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As domestic violence awareness has increased, it has become evident that abuse can occur within a number of relationships. The laws in many states cover incidents of violence occurring between married couples, as well as abuse of elders by family members, abuse between roommates, dating couples and those in lesbian and gay relationships.

Take the Alcohol Quiz

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Nearly 14 million people in the United States -- 1 in every 13 adults -- abuse alcohol or are alcoholic. How much do you know about alcohol use and abuse? Find out by taking this quiz, based on information from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.

Caring for Aging Parents

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As more Americans live longer, millions of middle-aged adults find themselves caring for their aging parents. It’s not an easy task, especially for those with children still living at home.

Depression: Understanding the Disorder

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Unlike “the blues,” which tend to clear up in a few days, depression frequently is both prolonged and recurring. It can’t be ignored, and it can’t be joked or whistled away.

Mastering the Principles of Positive Thought

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You can learn to think positively, and doing so can lead to greater self-confidence, more respect for others and achievement of your goals.