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Would you rather be "wined and dined" downtown or spend the night in with your significant other? Receive a surprise kiss or a handwritten love-note? Be given a compliment or quality time?

We usually have an idea of how we like to receive love, but are you aware of your partner's preferences? Upgrade your Valentine's Day, and overall connection, with a lesson in love languages.

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Attend a free lecture on your lunch break tomorrow, February 10th, at 12:45 pm at the Judea Reform Congregation!* Dr. Susan Orenstein will speak about building close and caring connections as you age.

The event is hosted by the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Duke (OLLI) as part of their Conscious Aging Lecture series. More info at: http://www.calendarwiz.com/calendars/popup.php?op=view&id=95960347&crd=olliatduke

*If you bring your lunch, please respect Jewish dietary traditions: please no shellfish, pork, or dairy with meats.
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Are you ready to wish winter adieu? The shorter and colder days of this season can leave many of us with a case of the #winterblues . Learn more about the symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) in the article below. 

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I'll be facilitating a free parent workshop at the Hill Center in Durham this Tuesday, March 3rd at 6:30 pm! Click below for more details on this workshop, designed for parents prone to guilt or worry about their child with learning differences.

http://myemail.constantcontact.com/Community-Education-Series-March-3--2015.html?soid=1098468137160&aid=Rhm7VdH7rlo

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Are you asking "loaded" questions that could be compromising effective communication? Dr. Orenstein explains in her interview below with My Carolina Today.

#marriagecounselor   #communicationskills   #relationshipadvice  

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, North Carolina has the highest rate of childhood ADHD in the country with 15.6% of children aged 4-17 having ever been diagnosed. Thoughts?
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