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    (CNN)In a world where people struggle with anxiety, depression and burnout, therapist Nedra Glover Tawwab has some solutions. Setting boundaries with others can help ward off some of these issues, said Tawwab, who wrote "Set Boundaries, Find Peace: A Guide to Reclaiming Yourself." But increased pressure during the pandemic to do multiple tasks at work and at home has made boundary-setting even more difficult, she noted, forcing people to reevaluate their lives and to learn to say no.Nedra Glover Tawwab"Life is filled with lots of choices, and I think of boundaries as choices," she said. "People will always want you to do something. If we always do what people want us to do, we will be very busy." In a discussion with CNN, Tawwab helped illuminate choices so people can reclaim control of their lives, establish healthy boundaries and enjoy rewarding relationships.This conversation has been edited and condensed for clarity. Read MoreCNN: What connection have you seen between pandemic burnout and the workplace and boundary setting? Tawwab: Many of us were already burned out, and the pandemic just really took...
    A WOMAN with an alphabet-inspired name has hit back at critics of the very unusual moniker. Abcde took to TikTok recently to share a spoof video of someone getting her name wrong in the nail salon, and prompted hundreds of people to ask her how it's pronounced. 2Abcde took to TikTok to hit back at critics of her unusual alphabet-inspired nameCredit: @abcde.elaine/Tiktok She then returned to the social media site with another video, in which she said: "So a lot of you wanted to know how to pronounce my name." One person had suggested the name should be pronounced "obesity", which Abcde called "wild". "It’s pronounced ‘absidee’ - abcde, absidee," she said. Her explanation did little to placate the critics though, many of whom took to the comments section to have their say about her name. Read more Name stories OH BABY 9 baby names you think are cute but have a TOTAL other meaning outside the UK "The name's pretty but the spelling is taking me out," one person commented, to which Abcde replied:...
    DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Billy Chemirmir was a stranger to most of the women he’s accused of killing, but at least one knew him and trusted him. Carolyn MacPhee met her husband Jack in school. READ MORE: Fourth Stimulus Check: Is Another Relief Payment On The Way?“They were sweethearts in, you know, fraternity, sorority and got married,” said their son, Scott MacPhee. Credit: Family Photo He remembers how much they loved to throw a good party. “Always just very social, right? These were people who could walk into a situation and own the room,” said Scott. But, when Jack’s health began to decline, they realized he needed help. “They found an in-home health care provider that would bring people in. They would show up at 8 in the morning, stay there until 8 p.m. They’d help him get cleaned up, fed, moved, showered, get him back to bed at 8 o’clock,” said Scott. Among his caretakers, the family says, was Billy Chemirmir. “We knew him as Benjamin Koitaba,” said Scott. It’s the same name a police report shows Chemirmir...
    Inamorata CEO Emily Ratajkowski revealed she was once paid $25K to attend the Super Bowl with disgraced Malaysian financier Low Taek Jho aka Jho Low. The 40-year-old fugitive is facing eight charges of money laundering in the 1MDB scandal, and the 30-year-old new mother told The Sunday Times Magazine of the gig: 'I was on the clock.' Emily recalled how a certain Victoria's Secret model - believed to be Miranda Kerr - danced 'against his crotch' and pretended to drink shots with Low that same night. Confession: Inamorata CEO Emily Ratajkowski (L) revealed she was once paid $25K to attend the Super Bowl with disgraced Malaysian financier Low Taek Jho aka Jho Low (R) In 2017, the Australian 38-year-old was forced to surrender a reported $8M in jewelry to the US government that Jho had gifted her in 2014 while they were dating. Ratajkowski 'was not at all shocked' by the Jeffrey Epstein scandal as she used to attend luxurious Coachella parties packed with powerful older men and 'good-time girls.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
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    More On: prince andrew Prince Andrew accused of sexually assaulting Virginia Roberts in bombshell lawsuit Prince Andrew’s ex believes Ghislaine Maxwell was ‘brainwashed’ by Jeffrey Epstein Jeffrey Epstein accuser sues for $500M after developing rare bone disease Prince Andrew partners with banker accused of sexual harassment Prince Andrew cannot be extradited to answer sex accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre’s damning lawsuit — but likely faces a final reputational ruin no matter how he responds, according to legal experts. The 61-year-old son of Queen Elizabeth II was sued in Manhattan federal court Monday by Giuffre, who for years said late pedophile Jeffrey Epstein and alleged madam Ghislaine Maxwell made her have sex with the royal three times, starting when she was “a child.” Giuffre told The Post Monday that she “did not come to this decision lightly,” but insisted her legal action would prove that she “was trafficked to him and sexually abused by him.” “I am holding Prince Andrew accountable for what he did to me,” she said in a statement. “The powerful and rich are not exempt from being...
    Hong Kong (CNN)Among the recriminations and accusations, there was one point of consensus when American and Chinese diplomats met in the coastal city of Tianjin earlier this week: no one wants to see the world's most important relationship deteriorate into armed conflict.But there was little consensus on a concrete way to avoid that catastrophe. And that has experts worried.Washington and Beijing have been trapped in a spiral of anger and suspicion for several years, but the situation has deteriorated rapidly since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, amid finger-pointing over the origins of the virus. Meetings between the two sides are few and far between — and when they occur, such as in Alaska in March, they are bitter and confrontational. The US is without an ambassador in Beijing. There have been no moves to reopen the recently shuttered United States consulate in Chengdu or the Chinese consulate in Houston. And the appointment of a new Chinese ambassador to Washington, while a positive step, is unlikely to deescalate tensions in the short term. There's certainly no small amount of antagonism...
    People who say L.A. has no seasons are unobservant dunces. Of course we have seasons, and we have a lot more than four seasons. We have, for instance, the long “When the hell is it going to rain?” season. We have the brief “When is it going to stop raining?” season, the “Do I smell smoke?” season, and the “Sweater or sweatshirt?” season. Right now, we are in the “Oh great — now I have to clean those damn jacaranda blossoms off my car” season. In other places, bare branches and dead flora are an easy seasonal tell. Here, you have to look closer at what’s flourishing when. Right now we are at the tail end of a rather long jacaranda bloom that turned trees into ultraviolet canopies. To understand the landscape you see, you have to realize that— like you — it is probably not from around here. Jacaranda, which hails from Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay, went viral thanks to the influential botanist and ornamental horticulturalist Kate Sessions, a California native who painted the early 20th century landscape...
    KHABIB NURMAGOMEDOV admits he found it 'very hard' to turn down Dana White's offers to lure him out of retirement. UFC supremo White tried multiple times to bring the former lightweight champion back, after he quit last October. 5Khabib Nurmagomedov admits he found it 'very hard' to say no to UFC president Dana WhiteCredit: Getty 5Dana White met with Khabib Nurmagomedov in Abu Dhabi to try to convince him to reverse his retirement decisionCredit: [email protected] But after months of trying, the veteran promoter ended his bid to bring back The Eagle in late March. And turning down White's advances wasn't easy for the former pound-for-pound king. The undefeated Nurmagomedov said: “It’s very hard to say no to Dana White. "I’m going to be very honest because this guy, sometimes he is nice. Sometimes he is not nice. Sometimes he says one thing." White ended his bid to convince Nurmagomedov to reverse his retirement decision following a dinner meeting in Las Vegas. Nurmagomedov continued: "It was very honest, real talk with two real men. This is what I feel. CASINO...
    ARLINGTON, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – The Arlington Police Department arrested Jeffrey Wheat, 49, for allegedly sexually assaulting a woman in Sept. 2003. “On behalf of the Arlington Police Department, I am elated we can bring closure to the victim in this case,” said Chief of Police Al Jones. “We will never give up hope to fight for victims no matter how long it takes.” READ MORE: COVID-19 Deaths Remain Stubbornly High Says Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins As Cases Decline Jeffrey Wheat (credit: Arlington Police Dept.) The department obtained a DNA sample from the initial crime scene in the 2300 block of Weyborn Drive. The sample was submitted for analysis, however, no match was obtained due to limitations in technology at the time. Through advancements in DNA forensic technology, evidence from the case was re-submitted to an accredited crime lab for further analysis. Investigators received information that DNA from the criminal case was matched to cases involving an unknown suspect in other local sexual assaults being worked in the North Texas region. READ MORE: After 50 Years In Law Enforcement, Richardson Police...
    A BRIDE-to-be has been slammed as ‘ungrateful’ and ‘entitled’ after she turned her nose up at the engagement ring her boyfriend bought.  The girlfriend was rooting around in her boyfriend’s bedside drawer, when she stumbled across a jewellery box with a sparkling ring inside.  8The bride-to-be was branded ungrateful after asking how to tell her boyfriend she hated the ring he boughtCredit: Reddit Clearly keeping it for the perfect moment he planned to get down on one knee, it seems her boyfriend's ring choice didn’t go down well with his wife-to-be. She shared a snap of the ring online, which ended up on Reddit, where she asked for advice over how to tell her future husband she hated the design.  She wrote: “Ewwwww. Self shame Friday here I come.  “Found this in the BF’s nightstand. 8The woman revealed she found the ring while looking in her boyfriend's drawer “Not a fan.  “Please roast and then tell me how to tactfully say no you need to go get something different.” Rather than back her up, or offer advice, the post racked...
    One of the biggest problems that Donald Trump is facing in his attempts to thwart democracy and successfully pull off a coup d’état is that the jurisdictions he is accusing of massive voter fraud and failure are under the control of Republican Party officials. These officials have been given nothing even approximating evidence that a single example of voter fraud took place, let alone massive voter fraud. On Wednesday, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich went on Fox News with Neil Cavuto to explain that even if the Trump administration could prove that their claims are true—and that is an “if” the size of a planet—it still wouldn’t turn Arizona from blue to red. Cavuto said, “Believe me, Attorney General, I admire your nerves of steel and a backbone to match … because a lot of people are not going to digest this very nice.” He asked Brnovich to be clear about what he was saying. Brnovich tried to be as clear as possible. Spoiler alert: Donald Trump lost big time. MARK BRNOVICH: Yes. Based on that lawsuit, and the ballots that are being contested, and based on what...
    5 Questions You Absolutely Must Answer Before You Retire Theres an Incredible 704-HP Ford RS200 Evolution for Sale Thanksgiving 2020: How to say no in the name of Covid Thanksgiving has always been a big deal for Sara Wellensiek and her family. © Shutterstock Joining hands around a crowded holiday table is best skipped this year. Every year, the Phoenix blogger, her husband and their three boys fly to Nebraska to spend the week seeing loved ones. They go to a University of Nebraska Cornhuskers football game. They eat pumpkin spice treats. They spend the actual holiday with relatives. Then they come back to Arizona and have another celebration at home. All told, Wellensiek estimated her fivesome probably has close contact with between 20 and 30 other people over the course of the week — not counting interactions with strangers on planes, in stadiums and around town. This year, however, the family will see almost nobody. Because they're not even planning to leave the house. The reason for this change in plans: the Covid-19 pandemic. Like many people,...
    National Exercise Program Fast Facts Chopped judge Marcus Samuelsson: Failure to pass restaurant aid would cost millions of jobs Should I ask for a raise right now? A career expert on how to call the shots—and what to say to no As a career coach, one question I've been frequently asked is, "Should I ask for a raise right now?" © Provided by CNBC Olha_Tsiplyar | Twenty20 With so many companies struggling to stay financially afloat during Covid-19, asking for a higher salary might seem like a discussion best saved for later. But even if your organization is scaling back on hiring or trying to cut costs, it's in their best interest to keep their top-performing employees happy. Load Error While these conversations are rarely comfortable, they are a necessary and important part of your professional growth. Here's what to consider before making your case:Call your shots wisely.Depending on your industry, this is either a great time to ask for a raise, or a time to feel lucky that you still have a job. So take a...
    Kimora 'Kimmie' Lynum, nine, of Putnam County, Florida, died from coronavirus complications on July 17, despite not having any known pre-existing health conditions. A nine-year-old girl has become the youngest person to die from coronavirus in Florida.  Kimora 'Kimmie' Lynum, nine, of Putnam County, Florida, died from coronavirus complications on July 17, despite not having any known pre-existing health conditions.  Lynum, who is the fifth minor to have died of coronavirus in Florida, had been taken to the hospital due to a high fever, her cousin and family spokesperson Dejeon Cain said, according to CNN.   Cain said that Lynum, an only child, was sent home from the hospital and that she collapsed shortly afterwards.  It's unclear how or when Lynum was exposed to coronavirus, as her family said that she had appeared to be healthy, did not go to school or camp and had spent the summer at home.    Putnam County health workers confirmed Lynum's death Thursday and indicated that her catching coronavirus was not travel related, WCJB reported.   Health department records stated that Lynum had not been in close...
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