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Death Planning: Make Your Passing Easier for Loved Ones

08th June 2010
In a letter to Jean-Baptiste Leroy in 1789, Benjamin Franklin wrote "Our new Constitution is now established, and has an appearance that promises permanency; but in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes." Regardless of the p... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Will Grief Ever End?

27th October 2009
Grief is the emotional healing process after someone you love and care about is gone. This can be through death, divorce or abandonment. Separation is the critcal event. The survivors' grieving process has just begun. The attention of friends and relat... Read >
Author: Nancy O'Connor, PhD.

Avoid Eviction After Foreclosure

10th March 2008
Having to face the inevitability of moving out after facing foreclosure can be one of the most disappointing and nerve-wracking experiences for homeowners. Especially in states where the time to leave the property is very short, there is a real possibilit... Read >
Author: Nick Adama

Groups and Group Counselling

08th December 2006
Group counselling is a challenging and dynamic form of counselling that requires all-round professional skills from counsellors. It implies that any challenges a counsellor may find in helping an individual can potentially duplicate, triplicate, or vastly... Read >
Author: Pedro Gondim

How Has Selling Changed Since The Nineties?

05th May 2006
How Has Selling Change Since The Nineties? by Jonathan Farrington The traditional customer call once seemed indispensable to the selling process; the time and expense involved were just a basic cost of doing business. In recent years, however, the bus... Read >
Author: Jonathan Farrington
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