Andre Paradis, relationship coach, shares insights on, what men want, and how to revert back to nature and polarity to make our relationships work. If you want to know how to have healthy fulfilling long-term relationships, listen to the end. What men want, is a woman who is sweet and lovely and warm and, feminine, and
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Choice, it’s a powerful “thing”. And it’s funny, I think we or at least I, sometimes forget there’s always a choice. I mean, even the choice to do nothing is still a choice. BUT when it comes to choosing ourselves, do we? Or do we wait and wait and wait for others to choose us?
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By Julie Weber https://lensa.com Based on numerous studies and experiences the 21st-century workplace requires a different kind of atmosphere than what it used to be even a decade ago. The generation joining the workforce now thinks differently than their parents did.  This new generation has distinct desires, and they do their job differently as well.
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Victoria lynn Weston has worked as a professional intuitive consultant for over 20 years. She has created smartphone apps and voice-activated, data-driven content for Amazon Echo devices – Alexa Skills for AYRIAL feng shui, AYRIAL Positive Living and ARE YOU PSYCHIC?  In addition, she is a producer/director of PBS documentaries including America’s Victoria, Remembering Victoria Woodhull.  Based in Atlanta, Georgia, Victoria has
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What do probiotics do for a woman? Probiotic bacteria play an essential role in promoting good health. Since this news reached the mainstream, many people have been looking for more information about how it works. Probiotics are known for promoting healthy digestion, but more research has shown that these microbes are specifically helpful in enhancing women’s
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Ricardo Vail holds his sons, Gareth, 2, and Kaleb, 2 months. Vail has turned to the Strong Fathers/Padres Fuertes project for help navigating the challenges of being a new parent. (Chris Clark | Spectrum Health Beat) “Ricardo is a really great dad,” Klarisa Rodas, his fiance and mother of the boys, said. “He’s hardworking, always
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Remote patient monitoring use soared among Medicare beneficiaries during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to an analysis published in JAMA Internal Medicine.  The study reviewed traditional Medicare claims from Jan. 1, 2018, through Sept. 30, 2021, looking for remote patient monitoring (RPM) CPT codes. That included new codes introduced in 2019 for tracking general physiological data. Researchers then
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