4 Ways to Start Accepting a Breakup You Didn’t Want

You didn’t want to break up, but it happened. You can’t accept the breakup and heal overnight, but you can ease into acceptance. These tips on how to accept a breakup when you want to stay together will help you surrender to reality, heal your heart, and move into a fresh new season of life.

10 Thoughtful Gifts for a New Mom After a C-Section

These gifts for new moms after a c-section will lift her spirits and help her heal. The road to recovery after a c-section can be long and tiring; these gifts will give a new mom energy and help her heal after surgery. They’re based on advice from ob-gyns, family doctors and moms who have experienced cesarean surgeries.

How I Convinced the Bank to Reimburse My Money After My ATM Card Was Stolen

My ATM card (I bank with TD Canada Trust) was stolen. At first the bank refused to reimburse the money stolen by the thieves. I wrote an appeal letter to the bank, asking them to reconsider their decision…and, thankfully, the bank reimbursed the stolen money after all.

Are You an Introvert? A Test for Introverted Personality Traits

Find out if you’re an introvert with this quick test for introverted personality traits. You’ll be surprised by what you learn about the habits and characteristics of introverts! You’ll find two different introvert personality tests in this article – but I suspect you’ll know fairly quickly if you’re an introverted person. Actually, chances are that you’re a mixture of introverted and extroverted personality traits.

20 Thoughtful Gift Ideas for Someone Terminally Ill or Dying

What do you give a terminally ill cancer patient, a family member who is dying, or someone who is coping with end of life issues? I gathered an assortment of gifts and ideas that are comforting, inspiring, and practical. These gifts make life brighter and easier for a terminally ill patient, help you as the gift giver cope with the idea of dying from cancer, and include heartfelt messages of love and support.