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HousingWire Selects Guardian Senior Vice President for its Inaugural Insiders Award

Cheryl Brown receives this prestigious honor

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4 Things You Need to Know to Have a Strong, Healthy Relationship

Senior couple walking on the beach

“To love is nothing. To be loved is something. But to love and be loved, that’s everything.“ ~T. Tolis

Relationships are not always easy. If you lack the tools to engage properly with a partner and cannot show up …

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FLEOA Holds 2nd Annual Awards Banquet, Honors Top Supporters

Residential Home Funding Corp. Sponsors Event John Finkle Recognized by Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association (FLEOA) for His Support

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Spelt Grape Salad with Chickpeas

Every day, my husband asks, “What’s for lunch?” as he runs out the door for work. The question is usually because I’m not good at remembering to pack his lunch. But luckily, grain bowls or salads are an easy answer! When I do plan for lunch, I make this grape salad. In fact, I prefer [...]

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How to Stop Neglecting and Abusing Your Inner Child

Inner child

“Hold the hand of the child that lives in your soul. For this child, nothing is impossible.” ~Paulo Coelho

You’re probably an abusive parent. Even if you don’t have children.

In each of us lives an inner child. This child …

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One Simple Way to Be a Good Friend (A Lesson from My Childhood Dog)

Happy Woman and Dog Outside Silhouette

“To be rich in friends is to be poor in nothing.” ~Lilian Whiting

For eleven years of my life, I was graced by the presence of an extraordinary dog. Her name was Jenny, and she was a black lab and …

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How to Save Money on Supplements

The Self Improvement Blog

The road to a better health is often fraught with many obstacles: temptations such as yummy (but ultimately unhealthy) food,

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Lasagna Stuffed Peppers

There are certain dishes I’ve really had to persuade my husband to eat because of his childhood experiences. For example, stuffed peppers were one of my greatest hurdles because he was used to traditional peppers, cooked in a giant pot of tomato broth. I’ve assured him every time I make stuffed peppers that mine are [...]

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The One Purpose We All Share in Life

Purpose

“We are each gifted in a unique and important way. It is our privilege and our adventure to discover our own special light.” ~ Mary Dunbar

I sat staring at myself in the mirror.

All I saw was failure.

And …

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It’s Okay to Cry

Woman crying

“We need never be ashamed of our tears.” ~Charles Dickens

We have all cried, all of us, some more than others.

But today I am not here to divide us by the liters of tears we have shed.

Today I …

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