In today’s article, I’m empowering you with eight ways to make a narcissist respect you… forever. Are you ready? Let’s dive in. Let’s face it, knowing how to make a narcissist respect you isn’t easy. If you’ve ever wondered to yourself or asked yourself the question, “how to make a narcissist respect me,” then this article isContinue reading “Mental Health Mondays: 8 Ways to Make a Narcissist Respect You”
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Workers Now Spend Two Full Days a Week on Email and in Meetings
New data shows why it can be so hard to get things done By Ray A. Smith If you ever wonder why it can feel there’s no time to accomplish anything at work, consider this: Many of us spend the equivalent of two workdays a week in meetings and on email. That is one of the findingsContinue reading “Workers Now Spend Two Full Days a Week on Email and in Meetings”
Mental Health Mondays: What Hurts a Narcissist Forever?
by Teresa Santana 1. They are hurt when you leave and be at peace without them. Narcissists are hurt when you leave and be at peace without them. They want to hold on to you but they don’t want to let you go. They can’t say goodbye. Narcissists are hurt when you leave them becauseContinue reading “Mental Health Mondays: What Hurts a Narcissist Forever?”
How long does an IRS audit take? What to know about IRS audit triggers, letters and more
Failing to respond to an IRS audit can trigger additional penalties and interest.
IRS audit: What triggers it and what are red flags that increase the chance of being audited
by Elisabeth Buchwald As you work on your tax return, you may be wondering if there’s anything you can do to avoid being audited. When you’re audited by the Internal Revenue Service, it means your return was selected from a batch of returns for a closer inspection. Sometimes returns are selected at random for a closerContinue reading “IRS audit: What triggers it and what are red flags that increase the chance of being audited”
How to call the IRS and reach a real person
by Elisabeth Buchwald During the past couple of tax seasons, it was notoriously hard to reach an actual human at the Internal Revenue Service. Nearly everyone who tried to reach the agency over the phone ran into some sort of glitch in 2022, with only 13% of callers reaching an IRS employee, according to the National Taxpayer Advocate’s report to Congress. But thatContinue reading “How to call the IRS and reach a real person”
Opioid Crisis Fridays: The Story of Adrienne from Shelby County, TN.
Adrienne I lost my mom February of 2019. She died at age 62 from an infection which resulted from her final surgery to get rid of the pain. Over the years, she underwent several surgeries, including back surgery, pain device implants, ankle fusion and more. The pain was always present and moved whenever one issueContinue reading “Opioid Crisis Fridays: The Story of Adrienne from Shelby County, TN.”
Travel Thursdays: Wallace, Idaho
by Dava Jean Wharton While driving from Washington State to Montana, you will cross through about sixty miles of Northern Idaho. This is one of the best stretches of history that you will find. You pass through Coeur d’Alene, then you start heading over the 4th of July pass. Once there, you are in whatContinue reading “Travel Thursdays: Wallace, Idaho”
History Lesson Tuesdays: U.S. Declares War on Spain
On April 25,1898, the United States formally declared war against Spain. The Monroe Doctrine, which since 1823 had viewed any European intervention in the Americas as a threat to U.S. security, coupled with the sinking of the U.S.S. Maine in Havana harbor, precipitated U.S. engagement. Coverage by Hearst newspapers and the nascent film industry solidified public support for involvementContinue reading “History Lesson Tuesdays: U.S. Declares War on Spain”
Mental Health Mondays: Gaslighting: What It Is and How to Know It’s Happening to You.
By Maia Niguel Hoskin, PhD Medically Reviewed by Seth Gillihan, PhD Whether subtle or overt, gaslighting is a manipulative form of abuse that can cause severe trauma. “Gaslighting” is more than just a trendy buzzword. The concept has been around for decades. And mental health experts say it’s a psychological phenomenon that can have serious emotional implicationsContinue reading “Mental Health Mondays: Gaslighting: What It Is and How to Know It’s Happening to You.”