How to Handle Anxiety from Things Beyond Your Control

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How to Handle Anxiety from Things Beyond Your Control

Watching news is pretty depressing isn’t it?

Global pandemic, natural disasters, war, rising violence and crime.

It’s pretty overwhelming and easy to let it all drive you nuts.

Here’s 8 ways for you to feel more in control of your anxiety from things that are out of your control.


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How to Navigate a Bear Market

Lately, it may not be fun looking at your investment portfolios, but with the proper mindset, there’s tons of opportunities in the market right now.

Here’s why we should embrace the Bear and how you can navigate the current market.

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Why Do Some People Need Less Sleep?

8 hours of sleep.  That’s what we’re all told is the ideal amount of sleep we need.

For me, I’ve found I general get around 6-7 hours of sleep and that’s usually enough for me.

Any less than that, and I feel horrible.

I’ve known some people who can get by with even less sleep, why is that? This might explain it.


Parents: How to Handle Your Child Going Through Puberty

My teen years are a bit foggy now, but as my own child soon enters puberty, this is probably the best advice I’ve read for how parents can help your child navigate the turmoil of puberty.


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