FoCo commissioners recognize the work of county employees
(Forsyth County, GA) Forsyth County employees were officially recognized by the county on Friday, March 3 after it was declared “Employee Appreciation Day” by the Board of Commissioners (BOC) during their regular meeting on Thursday, March 2.
When Elderly People Argue...
When elderly people argue, it can be for a variety of reasons, such as differences in opinions, misunderstandings, or conflicts over resources or personal space. It's important to understand that disagreements and arguments are an expected part of any relationship, and the elderly are no exception.
Opinion: Can Reminders Be Helpful to Start The Year Well?
Reminder written on sticky notePhoto byKelly Sikkema/Unsplash. Life is full of ups and downs. Sometimes, small changes and reminders make a big difference in the way life’s challenges are handled.
Resolving negative energy
Have you ever noticed how much stress negative energy causes? It’s like a magnet that keeps attracting you back into the web of misery. If you need proof of this statement, think of a situation that upset you in some way. It could have been an interaction with someone, it could have been something you perceived as a failure, or it could simply be something that was said that is causing you stress. How often do you think about it? Are you not sleeping well because of it? Chances are this negative energy will continue to wreak havoc on you until you can resolve it.
Exercising Together Can Improve Your Relationship, New Study Shows
Exercising together is a way to improve the strength of your relationship, according to research.Karolina Grabowska. It's not uncommon for people to set a New Year's Resolution to exercise more and get in shape, but what you may not realize is that there is a benefit to exercising with your partner. According to a new study in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, on days that couples exercise together, they are more satisfied with their relationship. Working out with a partner also makes the workout more enjoyable. If you plan to set a New Year's Resolution to get in shape, why not kill two birds with one stone? Make a commitment to exercise with your spouse or significant other, and watch your relationship improve as your fitness levels skyrocket.