In this week's Mental Health Vitamin, Dr. Deb Wade writes about a subject that can be toxic to relationships -- narcissism -- and explains what it looks like. You owe it to yourself, she believes, to make sure the relationship is balanced.
In her final Mental Health Vitamin of 2018, Dr. Deb Wade shares a humorous -- but telling -- story of her recent experience with waiting for something better down the road. It is indicative, she says, of how too often, in our zeal for looking to the future, we don't live for today.
It's a legacy as big as the state of Texas: Kelly Taylor and five other members of her family have been online students at GCU since 2011. "I think the support system with GCU makes working on a degree much easier," said Tammy Jones, one family member, who encouraged her mother, then 75 years old, and daughter to also become Lopes.
It's another big year of construction at GCU: Pita Jungle ... Taco Bell ... Canyon Activities Center ... Student Advising Center ... three more apartment buildings plus a pool ... another parking garage ... which will include a new Mail Center. All are on the docket for this year, and the grand openings of the first three are imminent.