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    An Interview with Nan Hall Linke on Toxic People and How to Deal with Them Nan Hall Linke is a well-known Houston psychotherapist and astrologer in practice since 1971. In this capacity, she has counseled individuals, couples and families, as well as various business enterprises. For most of her time as an astrologer, Nan has

  • I am Amy…and I am Proud to be Her

    I am Amy…and I am Proud to be Her0

    “Getting better from depression demands a lifelong commitment. I’ve made that commitment for my life’s sake and for the sake of those who love me.” — Susan Polis Schutz I am Amy. If you have met me at the grocery store, I am the one wandering between the aisles with a sad face. I am

  • Life in the Shadows—What to do When Your Partner is Bipolar

    Life in the Shadows—What to do When Your Partner is Bipolar0

    Linda is a 42-year-old woman who has been in a committed relationship with her boyfriend for over six years. She often complains about her boyfriend’s mood swings, and over the last few weeks, her boyfriend is withdrawing from the relationship, he appears to be indifferent, sad, and basically shut down. They usually stay in touch

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    In the Bay Area, if you have been photographed by Pam Culpepper, owner of J. Pamela Photography, you already know it is a privilege and an honor. Her signature family portraits, senior photographs and bridal portraits adorn the walls of homes and businesses across the Clear Lake area and beyond. Sought out for her creativity,


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  • Prevention Is the Best Treatment

    Prevention Is the Best Treatment0

    Society needs to think differently when it comes to health care. Most people wait to see a doctor when something bothers them. As the old adage goes: an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. This should be the new mantra. As a Family Physician for the past 23 years, I have grown

  • Ask Cynthia

    Ask Cynthia0

    My husband and I grew up in our faith and continue to teach our children how we learned to worship God. Our 14-year-old daughter recently informed me she doesn’t’t agree with our faith and wants to convert to another faith to worship God. I am not happy about it. I want her to share our

  • New FDA chin drug

    New FDA chin drug0

    Those who have dreamed of getting rid of a double chin but dreaded the idea of going under the knife now have a new option. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently approved Kybella as a treatment for adults with moderate to severe chin fat. Kybella, manufactured by Westlake Village, Calif.-based Kythera Biopharmaceuticals Inc. contains

  • Get up and get going

    Get up and get going0

    Elisabeth doesn’t recall ever being happy. As a child, she learned to live with her depression, but she relied on a good connection with God and spiritual strength to get her through life. She would watch her siblings being happy and outgoing and found it hard to understand. Through her teenage years, she was always

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  • Your Spring Hair Routine Could Use A Lift

    Your Spring Hair Routine Could Use A Lift0

    Warmer days are coming. You are ready to ditch the winter clothes and spend some time outside with your fresh, new look. But unlike spring cleaning your house, your spring hair routine requires a bit of strategic planning. Here are some tips to help you transition your winter beauty routine to spring, keeping your hair

  • What type of sunblock should I use?

    What type of sunblock should I use?0

    The sun is out! Well, sometimes it peeks out from behind the clouds with the recent weather we’ve been having. We have seen the rain, experienced the ferocious floods, and we are now gearing up for a flower-filled summer season. But as Houston continues to grow and neighborhoods become more dense, freeway jams stack up

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    Too Pink or Not to Pink0

    When you sit back and watch the ladies stroll through the makeup department, there is really only one thing on their minds besides finding the perfect shade of lipstick. Women want to know what color of clothing will make them stand out in a crowd. Time and time again, women read fashion magazines trying to


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  • When will we get rid of the stigma on mental illness?

    When will we get rid of the stigma on mental illness?0

    Arriving to work on time after a tough morning can be a trip. As you dash into the break room to grab a quick coffee, you run into your co-worker who you greet with a smile, but she doesn’t seem to respond positively. A few minutes later, you run into her again, but see a

  • This summer, make time for movies

    This summer, make time for movies0

    The majority of the big summer blockbusters have come and gone, and now, before Oscar season sweeps theaters, is the perfect time to look at some of the best films that graced­ and still grace ­the silver screens this summer. Listed below are picks for best films in three different categories, sorted by their rating

  • The Truth about Video Games—You Might be Surprised

    The Truth about Video Games—You Might be Surprised0

    No doubt, the video game industry gets somewhat of a bum rap from media and parents alike. There is a collective fear about the unknown long term effects of video game usage on young minds. Throw in the violence that is found in many popular video games, a people get   downright squeamish. No doubt an


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