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Florida State University Quarterback Jameis Winston Gets Valuable Life Lessons From Former Footballer Who Was Wrongly Accused Of Rape!

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Late last year, Florida State University quarterback Jameis Winston almost saw his promising football career collapse around him when a fellow classmate accused him of rape. However, all sexual assault charges were

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Katie Holmes Hires Confidence Boosting Coach!

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Despite Katie Holmes' courageous, clever, and calculated divorce from so-called controlling husband Tom Cruise, she is supposedly suffering a major lack of confidence and has hired a life coach to help her adjust to her newly single, independent existence.

A source close to Katie recently shared:

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Take Advantage Of Being Single On Valentine's Day With These Tips!

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Being single on Valentine's Day can be a blessing or a curse. On one hand, you don't need to spend money on any extravagant gifts or worry about making dinner reservations at the right restaurant, but on the other, it may be a little lonely.

So what is a single person to do on the most romantic day of the year? Wellness coach Jamie Bajgert has more than a few ideas for our FitPerez readers and writes:

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Q & A With Dr. J

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A FitPerez reader is tired of a the daily grind and wants to start doing work they are actually passionate about! However, like many of us, this reader needs help figuring out what that actually is, so they wrote life coach Dr. J for advice, asking:

Everything I read lately says you should be passionate about your work. I'm definitely not passionate about my current job but I'm not sure what else I want to do. How do I figure out what I should be doing with my life?

According to Dr. J:

I believe that we are all designed to SHINE and each and every one of us has a unique talent. Start sincerely listening to that invisible voice within, because if you're asking me this question, that inner voice is already speaking to you.

It's time to figure out what it is you really want. What will be your Legacy? What are your Dreams? You can discern your direction once you amp up awareness in your life. I suggest you get Ready to Rewire and create a new Reality for yourself. It will take some Readjusting, Rebuilding, Reexamining, and Resolve, but if you start being forensic with your feelings, your passion will point YOU in the direction of your deepest desires.

Let's get back to basics to get you back on track. First, think about what is it that YOU truly LOVE? Still not sure? Then begin to build a better blueprint for your life by creating your own bucket list…or what I like to call your LIFE list. Only things that excite, fascinate, and exhilarate you belong on your list. Look for patterns in your list that will point you in the direction of your passion. Make sure you actually check off everything on your LIFE-list so that you can make sure reality and your dreams are a match. When you adopt activities that appeal to you, you are putting yourself in a position to prevail. And don't worry if you suddenly figure out that your current pursuits have put you on the wrong passion path.

There is nothing wrong with U-turns to get you to where you want to be. We all change lanes in life! But, going around in circles will get you nowhere. So, buckle up for the ride of your LIFE!

If you've got a question about how to handle something bothering you in life, shoot us an email or ask the doctor himself @AskDocJ on Twitter!

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A FitPerez reader is in a bit of a conundrum after learning a friend has been talking smack behind her back, so she wrote life coach Dr. J for advice, asking:

I found out a friend was gossiping about me behind my back. I asked her about it and she said I was over reacting. Now I feel like I can't trust her and I'm questioning our friendship. Should I just cut her out of my life or give her a second chance?

According to Dr. J:

Unfortunately, gossiping is not a crime. However, it sure can feel that way when someone steals away your trust. Borderline betrayal can beat up almost everyone and it hurts. I AM a firm believer that most people deserve a second chance, but perhaps this is a good time to reevaluate your relationships.

Loyalty is an integral part of true friendship and talking smack behind your back is just out of whack with Friendly expectations. You might have to distance yourself from her for awhile while you think about whether she's worthy of a second chance, or if she is not the only culprit in the crowd, you may need to cut yourself out of a clique that carries on with this kind of disempowering conversation. Hopefully, you are leading by example and your lips are sealed when it comes to gossip.

Next, I think you have to be a dialogue detective and investigate whether you really were overreacting. Take a step back and think objectively about how you came at your friend. Were you speaking from an emotional place or were you level-headed? Sometimes our emotions get the best of us and we don't realize we're on the attack. Take that information, whatever your emotive evaluation reveals, and be cool, calm, and collected when you make your decision on how to deal with the behind the back banter.

It's up to you whether it's one, two, or three strikes before she's out of your life. If and when you make that decision, there will be no doubt that this time YOU will be cool, calm and collected about your decision. When YOU have higher personal standards about your life and who YOU share it with, YOU will enjoy Life-Long Friendships Forever More!

If you've got a question about how to handle something bothering you in life, shoot us an email or ask the doctor himself @AskDocJ on Twitter!

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Q & A With Dr. J

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We love our family and friends, but does that mean we have to be responsible for their financial irresponsibility?

A FitPerez reader wondering whether or not to issue a loan to a friend in need wrote to life coach Dr. J for advice, asking:

A friend asked if he could borrow some money. Someone told me never loan money to your friends or family, but I feel bad…what should I do?

According to Dr. J:

Playing Pickle as a kid was fun! BUT being in a pickle as an adult can sometimes lead to sleepless nights and uncensored, family-feud, heavy-weight fights. Giving your hard earned money to family or your "family of friends" can be a risk. When people borrow bread, it can go from a dinner roll to a whole loaf before you know it. The first helping hand somehow leads to an open invitation for some people. Are You up for it? If You do embark on a risk, ask yourself, is it calculated or casual? Bottom line, do You want the money back or not?

Some rules of thumb:

- If You Got It and Give It, it will be posted all over the planet! Everyone will somehow now know where to go for some free dough!

- If You Give It…Make 'em sign for It. Ask the bankers who lend money for a living! There are no free handouts! Give them terms before You give them trinkets! Hold them accountable to every cent and be forensic with your funds. Make up a payment plan and a back up plan. Sometimes if you go through measured steps, people are less likely to borrow because they don't want to hang themselves on all that red tape.

- If You Give Your Dinero, Be Willing to Get Back Zero! The reality is, even with the best intentions, the person who borrowed the money may not be able to pay you back. Will that make you resentful? Will your relationship withstand this test? Prepare to be aware of the consequences of your generosity.

Remember, money might befriend people but borrowing money can make friends and family run away!

If you've got a question about how to handle something bothering you in life, shoot us an email or ask the doctor himself @AskDocJ on Twitter!

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Q & A With Dr. J

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The willingness to help people out and place their needs above yours is a great quality to have. However, that quality can quickly become a hinderance if you can't stop trying to please people! Sometimes you have to think about your needs first!

A FitPerez reader wondering how to break the habit of constantly pleasing others wrote to life coach Dr. J for some advice, asking:

How can I stop being a people pleaser?

According to Dr. J:

Being fast and furious to please others can handicap your own happiness and health, but don't ever feel like you have to derail your devotion to please. Perhaps you should Evaluate and Examine your endgame. What's your motivation? Are you pleasing for Profit, Pleasure, or Prestige, or are you Purely Philanthropic? Selfless Souls usually don't concern themselves with standing ovations, let alone encores. If your intentions are pure, perhaps it's time to please in a way that makes YOU feel good along with others.

How do You detox your day from continuing to delight others in a way that is detrimental to your own happiness? Weaning yourself from wanting to please people can be as challenging as quitting smoking, the craps tables and sugar. The key to your success? Discernment! When those people pleasing pings and pangs start pulsing from within, remain cool, calm and collected. Don't be impulsive. Fools rush in! Put your people pleasing impulse on pause and calibrate it to a power that truly pleases YOU! Decide whether you will feel + or - after you make the effort to benefit someone else. You should feel better, not worse!

When you decide to please, you'll be doing it for the personal satisfaction, NOT because you feel a guilty obligation or because someone has greedy expectations. Embrace your people pleasing skills and saddle them for the long haul. People will respect that you are taking the reins when it comes to your power to please.

If you've got a question about how to handle something bothering you in life, shoot us an email or ask the doctor himself @AskDocJ on Twitter!

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