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Y is for Yielding to Better Spending

  The past decade has been one of splurging and in many cases—living well beyond our means. Easy access to credit cards and home equity loans enabled Americans to live more lavishly than any previous generation. Our attitudes were a little bit like Scarlett O’Hara in Gone with the Wind—we would worry about it tomorrow. […]

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X is for How to Deal with eXtreme Stress During a Divorce

      The divorce process—whether it be legal, financial or emotional — is likely to cause you eXtreme stress. This stress puts your body under a tremendous strain and can cause physical as well as emotional damage and aliments. Over the years, it has been medically and psychologically proven that stress breaks down the […]

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V is for a Valentine’s Greetings

Valentine’s Day can be a difficult day when going through a divorce. Instead of focusing on the negativity this day can bring, why not put your attention towards being the best you possibly can be? This day can provide you with an opportunity to nurture and pamper You.   Women are natural caretakers to others, […]

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AZ Asks: Tamela Duncan, LCSW: To teach us about Self-Love?

Tamela Duncan, LCSW is a practicing psychotherapists specializing in individual, relational and marriage therapy. She received her Bachelor’s degree from University of North Carolina at Greensboro and received her Master’s in Social Work from Florida State University. Prior to beginning private practice she worked for years as a counselor/social worker in the Public Mental Health Sector. […]

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AZ asks: Tamela Duncan advice on How to Love Yourself

Tamela Duncan is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) with a Master’s in Social Work from Florida State University. She has been a counselor in private practice for over 26 years in Greensboro, North Carolina and focuses on enhancing the quality of life of individuals, groups and communities by helping them reach their full potential. Tamela […]

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