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Positive Living

Why Spring Is the Most Positive Season

We can all embrace the exuberance of the world waking up to hope.

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Edward Grinnan
Dogs

Preview: Always By My Side

Edward Grinnan shares an amazing experience with his beloved dog Millie in this excerpt from his new book, Always By My Side.

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Caregiver Burnout

This Alzheimer's Memory Cafe Is Giving Caregivers a Break

Amy's Place is the first free-standing Memory Cafe in the U.S. and its goal is simple: to give caregivers a little TLC. 

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God's Grace

70 Years After the Holocaust, A Miraculous Reunion

A trio of Holocaust survivors, who as children in 1945 were liberated from Auschwitz, are miraculously reunited 70 years later in New Jersey.

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A smiling woman volunteers for a local charity

5 Ways Volunteering Is Good for You

The benefits you provide to others when you volunteer for a good cause are not hard to see, but you may not have stopped to realize the ways you benefit from helping others.

A portrait of Eric Motley on the wheat plains of Madison Park, Alabama.
People Helping People

4 Principles for Success and Leadership from Eric Motley

Listen as Eric Motley, executive vice-president of the Aspen Institute, shares how his life and career were guided by his four principles of leadership.

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Caregiver Burnout

What Is Caregiver Burnout?

Caring for an ill loved one can be physically and emotionally stressful. Here's what you need to know. 

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Power of Prayer

Better Ways to Pray These 4 Bible Verses

All things considered, the Bible offers many prayers that benefit and bless. But in some cases, you may want to try a different approach.

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Movies and TV

9 Women Who Were Motion Picture Pioneers

In the early years of movies, women were major contributors to the motion picture industry. Here are some women who were pioneers in film.

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Living Longer, Living Better

Taking Care of Me

A grandmother realizes that making healthy choices has implications for her entire family.

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Susan Burton
People Helping People

How Susan Burton Is Helping Women Rebuild After Prison

The founder of A New Way of Life Re-Entry Project details her own story of life behind bars and why she's helping women find their clean slate after prison in a new memoir.

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Overcoming Addiction

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Addiction and Recovery

Hope for Alcohol Addiction: Knowing the Signs

April is Alcohol Awareness Month. Here are the signs of alcoholism you need to know.

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Addiction and Recovery

How to Love Someone in the Throes of Addiction

Christ-like love is possible and does not depend on being able to control the situation.

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Addiction and Recovery

An ICU Nurse on Alternatives to Opioid Painkillers

Nurse Janice Dennis, who lost one son to opioids and saw another struggle for years with addiction, brings the lessons she learned from those experiences into the ICU.

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David Stoecker
Addiction and Recovery

An Addict's Recovery Path Leads Him to Help Others

There's a reason this outreach coordinator is able to guide addicts toward their paths to recovery: He used to be an addict himself.

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