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What’s in Your Stars? Week of March 1, 2017

Reading Time: 5 minutesConfluence Daily is your daily news source for women in the know. FREE WILL ASTROLOGY Week of March 1 © Copyright 2018  Rob Brezsny ARIES (March 21-April 19): On September 1, 1666, a London baker named Thomas Farriner didn’t take proper precautions to douse the fire in his oven before he went to sleep. Consequences were serious. The conflagration that ignited in his little shop burned down large parts of the city. Three hundred twenty years later, a group of bakers gathered at the original site to offer a ritual atonement. “It’s never too late to...

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4 Ways To Rewire Your Brain From Anxiety To Zen

Reading Time: 6 minutesIf you’re not careful, situational anxiety will turn on you and can become hard-wired in. Neuroplasticity in your brain starts to form around the situational anxiety. Neurons rewire under stress, and you develop receptors in your brain specifically designed for the neurochemicals of stress and worry.

That is when situational anxiety becomes chronic.

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Four Ways to Get Involved When You Feel Like Hiding Under Your Bed

Reading Time: 4 minutesBy: Lisa M. Hayes  Confluence Daily is your daily news source for women in the know. I used to be the girl who said the news didn’t bother her. In fact, I loved the news, and I still do, but my relationship with it is different than it used to be. I live in a world where a lot of my friends and colleagues have always avoided news and media for the greener pastures of less upsetting ways to pass their time. I get it, I really do. However, for me, my favorite time of day has...

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3 Stories You Should Read Today – 2/27/1028

Reading Time: 2 minutesConfluence Daily is your daily news source for women in the know. How Republicans Can Win the Midterms It won’t be easy, but with some lucky breaks and a lot of Democratic squabbling, the GOP could hold the House. Beginning in late December, both the generic congressional ballot and Trump’s approval ratings began ticking upward. These numbers, apparent across almost all polls, were enough to curtail growing talk of a Democratic wave election on the horizon. Even Priorities USA, the biggest Democratic super PAC, took notice. “In the last few weeks, Democrats turned their attention to...

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