3 Ways To Take Responsibility and Stop Making Excuses


By Sheree “He Hit Me!” Oftentimes as children, we would find someone or something to blame to circumvent punishment for a misdeed. No matter if we participated in the initial tauntingly-like behavior or not, there was always someone else to blame. Unfortunately for many, that same mentality infiltrates into adulthood. By now, you should be able to attest to some ...

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Understanding Sexual Addiction Treatment

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By Jerry L. Redd, Ph.D., Relationships360° Guest Expert Cybersex is the third largest economic sector on the Web – only exceeded by software and computer sites. One Dr. Carnes has identified a host of physical and psychological problems associated with internet-enabled sexual behavior. Some of these problems include sexually transmitted diseases, compulsive masturbation, affairs, exhibitionism, sexual harassment, depression, suicide, sexual ...

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New Year and Self-Esteem

It's a new year and many of us are thinking of how we can tweak this and tweak that in order to become a better person both inside and out. My makeup artist and wardrobe stylist, Jolie Carillo-Allen as well as hair stylist, Shelia Dove, sat down with me to discuss how what we feel about our appearance affects our overall confidence level on 2010's first episode of Relationships360.

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Coping With Grief


The holiday season is supposed to bring cheer, but for many that is simply not the case. Many are grieving due to the loss of a loved one, divorce, layoff or some other loss. Dr. Pamela Taylor of New Hope Counseling Center in Kansas City offers expert and first-hand advice on how to grieve in a healthy manner.

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