Juline Mosser is a licensed mental health practitioner who graduated with a master’s degree in counseling from the University of Nebraska at Omaha in 2013. She specializes in anxiety, depression, stress management, eating disorders and relationship conflict management. Mosser currently practices at Omaha Integrative Care.
The struggle to find “the one” can be a daunting and exciting journey.
Whether there was one specific transgression or an endless series of damaging events, trust can be rebuilt if both partners are willing to work toward the same goal.
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What will you do in the third act of your life? Will you retire and take it easy, travel — or will you keep working? These days, baby boomers are redefining what retirement means. It isn’t about taking it easy anymore. Boomers are telling Gallup pollsters 60 is the new 40.
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"Mountain climbers look at mountains and think, 'I can climb that,'" the 52-year-old said. "Swimmers look at (water) and think, 'I could swim that.'"
Omaha man Paul Shadle is one of 25 individuals featured in a national campaign from the nonprofit Fight Colorectal Cancer. The campaign, which features video and images of the individuals, runs through the month of March.