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Mental Health Advice with Stan: How to Be Happy Handling Mental Health and Depression Struggles
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Mental Health Advice with Stan: How to Be Happy Handling Mental Health and Depression Struggles

By Stan Popovich Happiness may feel unattainable for those struggling with mental health issues. Those who regularly experience mental health issues like depression may have an incredibly difficult time obtaining and maintaining happiness. There are many steps that you can take to help handle these struggles and ensure that you can be happy as frequently as possible….

Career Corner: Controlling Forces
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Career Corner: Controlling Forces

By Angela Copeland One of the most frustrating feelings can be a loss of control. There are things you wish you could influence. You try. You go out of your way to plan for everything that could go wrong. This can feel especially true at work, where there are so many things that can impact…

How to Help Locally with Coronavirus Preparations
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How to Help Locally with Coronavirus Preparations

By Paul Krupin Coronavirus concerns are on everyone’s mind. One of the most important questions that loom large is how we can help each other. How can we each make a difference? Many people have a robust front-line support system that we can rely on for help and who we can provide assistance to. This…

Career Corner: The Last Straw
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Career Corner: The Last Straw

By Angela Copeland When is the best time to leave your job? Have you ever wondered when you should look for something new? Most people wait until things are painful. Change is hard. It hurts. So many people wait until the daily pain at work outweighs the pain of change. Here’s the problem with this…

Decision 2020: The Case Against Early Voting
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Decision 2020: The Case Against Early Voting

By Terry Miller This year’s contentious election (both local and national) has brought forth some fundamental questions about procedure, policy and privacy. The case against early voting has never been clearer; at least on a national scale. Take what happened in the past week or so for example: Pete Buttigieg dropped out; Amy Klobuchar and…

Career Corner: Panel Interview Fears
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Career Corner: Panel Interview Fears

By Angela Copeland Have you ever had a panel interview? It’s one of those job interviews where you show up and instead of one person interviewing you, three do. Or, if you’re really lucky, five or six will. I’m not talking about a situation where you have one interview after another. I’m talking about a…

Career Corner: Should I Be Facebook Friends With My Boss?
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Career Corner: Should I Be Facebook Friends With My Boss?

By Angela Copeland A reader recently wrote in with what is clearly an issue on the minds of professionals: social media in the workplace. In other words, should I be Facebook friends with my boss? Today’s workforce is more casual than generations in the past. Many companies allow employees to wear jeans and tennis shoes…

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