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    1. Social Media plan: 3 Big Challenges + Templates to Solve Them

      Social Media plan: 3 Big Challenges + Templates to Solve Them

      If you’re responsible for managing a day-to-day social media plan, you know how hard it can be to juggle everything. Chances are at some point you’ve found yourself in this scenario:

      You’ve built a strategy you’re so proud of, it can’t fail. You’ve found the perfect publishing tool and have all your posts scheduled for just the right time. Your community management is on point and engagement is through the roof. You’re tracking every metric and measuring the success of your strategy.

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    2. 10 Ways to Strengthen Father and Son Relationships

      10 Ways to Strengthen Father and Son Relationships

      The father-son relationship can be complex. Fathers and sons with widely different interests can find it hard to relate to one another. Sometimes dads and sons feel competitive against one another. Sometimes their male tendencies to not communicate feelings are compounded as both want a better father-son relationship but neither one quite knows how to go about it.

      As I have watched my own relationships with my sons, thought about my relationship with my own father, and observed many fathers and sons interact with one another over the years, I have identified some key elements to creating and building a strong father-son relationship.

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    3. 10 Signs of a Healthy Relationship

      10 Signs of a Healthy Relationship

      Healthy relationships are ones that bring out the best in you. Even though no relationship is perfect, healthy relationships make you feel good almost all of the time and generally bring you up and not down. Here are some characteristics and behaviors of a healthy relationship. Keep in mind that with all of these behaviors, there’s a threshold for when it becomes unhealthy. For instance, loyalty is great, but at a certain point it can be unhealthy if you are being loyal to a partner who continuously disrespects you. At the end of the day, the below characteristics in a healthy relationship make you feel confident and supported.

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    4. High housing costs, homelessness still plague Orange County. Help needed in your own backyard

      High housing costs, homelessness still plague Orange County. Help needed in your own backyard

      Orange County has gotten older, smarter, more politically active and more prosperous in the past two years, an annual barometer of economic and civic life found.

      Family financial stability improved, as did third-grade performance and high school graduation rates. Opioid use declined slightly, resulting in fewer hospitalizations and fatal overdoses.

      But even in affluent, picturesque Orange County, one out of every eight residents lives in poverty, thousands are homeless and residents grapple with runaway housing costs.

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      Mentions: Local Business
    5. If You’re In A Relationship & Feeling Restless, Remember These 9 Things

      If You’re In A Relationship & Feeling Restless, Remember These 9 Things

      It's totally normal to feel restless in a relationship. Sometimes, I get so accustomed to change that I feel antsy the moment my life feels stable for one moment. I've been in relationships where there were no major issues, and still, I felt my mind wandering. If you find yourself in a relationship and feeling restless, it's completely OK, and it doesn't mean you're a bad partner. Still, it can be helpful to keep a few things in mind when figuring out where the restless feelings are coming from.

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    6. California Adopts Planned Parenthood Program Pushing Sex on Kids as Young as 5 or 6 | LifeNews.com

      California Adopts Planned Parenthood Program Pushing Sex on Kids as Young as 5 or 6 | LifeNews.com

      The California Board of Education implemented progressive sex and gender education curriculum in public schools across the state, regardless, in some cases, of parental knowledge or consent.

      Both these pieces of education legislation mandate that school districts require sex ed and encourage students to question their parents on sexual topics – topics explored in the kindergarten through 12th grade sex education curricula implemented in California schools.

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    7. More Than A Quarter Of LA County Kids Live In Poverty |

      More Than A Quarter Of LA County Kids Live In Poverty |

      A new report shows 25. 3 percent of Los Angeles County kids live in poverty, a share that's vastly higher than the national average of 19 percent and more than the state average of 21.9 percent. That's according to an annual report published Monday by the Annie E. Casey Foundation that ranked California the 28th best state in the nation when it comes to child well-being.

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      Mentions: America West Asian
    8. This Method Can Tell You Whether Or Not A Relationship Will Last

      This Method Can Tell You Whether Or Not A Relationship Will Last

      Susan Pease Gadoua, a marriage and relationship expert and the co-author of “The New I Do,” says this is one of her favorite quotes, one that guides her through her work as a therapist.

      She offered it to me in context: years ago, a woman came to her on the brink of serving her husband divorce papers. She had been married for years, had six kids, and was completely and totally fed up with how she had been treated. Susan coached her to speak her truth to her husband, to share how unhappy she was.

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    9. Do This for 12 Minutes a Day to Release Negative Emotions – HealthZap

      Do This for 12 Minutes a Day to Release Negative Emotions – HealthZap

      Happy, smile, sad, frown.  Controlling your emotions seems like a life long practice.  Feelings aren't right / wrong they just are.  All we can do is control how we react to things.  We've heard it's cathartic to seek professional help say from a therapist, writing about it and releasing the power "it" has over you.  Fact is doing these things actually is very healthy for you, but how? 

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    10. Healthy vs. Unhealthy Relationships

      Healthy vs. Unhealthy Relationships

      Relationships are a necessary part of healthy living, but there is no such thing as a perfect relationship.  Relationships, from acquaintances to romances, have the potential to enrich our lives and add to our enjoyment of life.  However, these same relationships can cause discomfort, and sometimes even cause harm (see statistics from the American Bar Association).  Take a few minutes to learn more about how to protect yourself from developing unhealthy relationships.

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    11. The tax-smart way to loan money to family members

      The tax-smart way to loan money to family members

      You may want to help a young family member buy a first home or help a financially challenged relative or friend by loaning that person some money. Nice thought, but if you follow through, please make it a tax-smart loan. This column explains how to avoid adverse tax consequences when you make a personal loan to a relative or friend. The interest rate issue Most loans to family members or friends are below-market loans in tax lingo.

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    12. 5 Relationship-Marketing Strategies for Small Businesses to Use to Increase ROI

      5 Relationship-Marketing Strategies for Small Businesses to Use to Increase ROI

      Most Gen Zers have never known life without the internet; they can smell inauthenticity a mile away. So polish up your customer relationships.

      Relationship marketing marks the re-emergence of human friendliness in our sometimes-cold, digital world. As it turns out, robots are not the ones buying products and services from us … it’s still people!

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      Mentions: Nike Branding
    13. 7 Characteristics of a Great Networker

      7 Characteristics of a Great Networker

      Here are seven characteristics of a great networker.

      Networking is about building mutually beneficial business relationships. So what makes someone a great networker?

      Being a good listener, having a positive attitude, helping others, being sincere, following up, being trustworthy and being approachable are the seven characteristics of a great networker.

      Each of these characteristics tie into the notion of farming not hunting.

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      Mentions: Ivan Misner
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