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How to manage difficult political conversations with family, friends

From shouting and pouting to name-calling, sometimes discussions over the dinner table with family and friends can turn heated especially leading up to a contentious election like last November or the approaching inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden.

Resolve to NOT make a New Year’s resolution

(WILMINGTON, NC) -- Now that 2020 is officially in our hindsight, many people want to start the new year with a goal or purpose. ...

Alone at Christmas: Psychologist shares how to be alone and happy

According to clinical psychologist, Dr. Erika Geisler, being alone is ok... but it's still important to connect with others.

Election Anxiety? You’re not alone and Wilmington psychologist offers advice

If one thing is certain about the 2020 election, you are not alone if you're feeling anxious as results trickle in.

‘Your story is not over’: Psychologist talks awareness on World Suicide Prevention Day

World Suicide Prevention Day, a day organized by the International Association of Suicide Prevention, offers an opportunity to have a conversation that can be difficult.

Psychologist offers tips for helping children transition to remote, in-person learning

Students across the country are transitioning back to school soon through remote or in-person learning, or a hybrid of both.

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Public hearing scheduled for Brunswick County shellfish lease proposals

The NC Division of Marine Fisheries will hold a public hearing on proposed shellfish leases in Brunswick County next month.

Accident backs up traffic on US 74/76 near Leland

An accident is causing delays on US 74/76 near Leland. 

Teacher’s sexual offense case set to go to trial in Bladen County in August

A trial date has been set for a former middle school band director teacher in New Hanover County accused of sex crimes involving students.

Water quality swimming advisory issued for beach access in Pender County

An advisory against swimming was posted on Wednesday at an ocean-side site in Pender County, where state officials found bacteria levels in the water that exceed the state’s and Environmental Protection Agency’s recreational water quality standards.