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Where Is Your Serenity? It is not uncommon to face different obstacles in your life that can provide great pain. Good mental health means that as human beings we are expected to work through them in a way that will minimize the negative impact on us. Unfortunately no one taught us how to do this… Most of us have learned how to cope with strife, fear, and negativity through the "school of hard knocks." You know how The Serenity Prayer says "God grant me the serenity to except the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things we can, and the wisdom to know the difference." That principle can be instrumental to good mental health. It is a great teaching tool to remind us tha the only thing we can control is our attitude. So if you are someone who is suffering from a tough situation like the loss of a loved one, a divorce or loss of job, it is imperative that you ask yourself "how might I be able to control the situation in my own mind to minimize the negativity and impact?" This requires that you ask yourself 'What good can come out of the situation?" Or you can reframe it in a way that allows you to normalize it. I once lost a very important opportunity to write a column. The publication was downsizing and I was among seven freelancers who lost their columns. I knew it was nothing I had done but I felt great loss because I connect to people through my writing. I remember telling another columnist…" We had a great run with our columns." She shared with me how looking at this experience as a temporary one helped her to reckon with the fact that we needed to appreciate the time we had with that… And it helped her to deal with her loss and feel good about the time we

spent writing for the publication! Sometimes we end up having to deal with negative people who can make us feel bad about ourselves Carol Juergensen Sheets or responses to things. I always remind my clients that "No one can make you feel anything without your permission" and it is your choice as to how you respond to the situation. The gift is that you can very clearly decide what you are going to take on as your issue and what you're going to discard. I encourage clients to remind themselves that when someone is negative… It usually is about them. This empowers my clients to feel free to be who they are…to look at how they may have contributed to a situation… and to let go of the rest. Is there somebody that is consistently negative in your life? Do you wish you could change them or the situation? Is there a way for you to change your thinking so that he or she does not impact you in a negative way? You own the power to let negativity roll off and to view your circumstances in a new light! This information was likely not given to you as you grew up so it's important that you retrain your brain to look at life differently and find people to support you in your quest for serenity.

Recommended books:

The Power of Intention by Wayne Dyer Live An Extraordinary Life by Cheryl Richardson and Louise Hayes When Things Change, Change Everything by Neale Donald Walsch Just One Thing: Developing A Budda Brain One Simple Practice At A Time by Rick Hanson

Carol Juergensen Sheets LCSW PCC is a psychotherapist and personal life coach. She does motivational speaking and empowerment trainings locally and nationally. To find out more about her services--contact her at www.carolthecoach.com or call her at 317 218-3479. You can watch Carol the Coach segments on WTHR’s Channel 13 Wednesdays @ 12:50PM. 4

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Practice Gratitude and Perfect Change in Your Life! by Shelly Aristizabal It’s common during this time of year to hear talk of gratitude and why it’s so important. Adopting a gratitude practice isn’t just something that sounds nice during the holiday season, it’s a lifestyle and mindset choice that will drastically change your life and your business. Here are three important reasons why you need to commit to an attitude of gratitude. 1. Gratitude shifts your mindset. For something to change in your life, one of two things must happen: your life changes, or you do. Waiting for life to change is a passive solution. When you focus your energy on the problem, you miss out on all the opportunities for solutions that are knocking on your door every day, simply because you may not hear or see them. Open your eyes to a practice in gratitude and all of a sudden things start to fall into place for you and for your business. Being an entrepreneur means being proactive, not passive, so simply switch your mindset and see life change. How? Start by keeping a daily list of things that you are grateful for each night. Some call it a gratitude journal. But focusing on who came to your aid that day, what opportunities arose and how the day planted fruitful seeds for a better tomorrow will prove to you day after day that you are well taken care of and capable of succeeding with all the blessings that surround you. 2. Gratitude creates solutions. Adopting a gratitude practice takes you out of the problem and toward a solution. It removes you from complaining mode and into a best-outcomes mindset. That’s a skill you need in your life and in your business decision-making. Entire companies and industries have been created from seeing

solutions where others only saw obstacles. What will your contribution be? How? Simply start by keeping a mental checklist of your triggers. We all have our things that set us off into complaining or annoyance. What are your complaint triggers during the day? Just observe them for a few days and keep a list as they pop up. Then try to set some time at the end of the week, 15 minutes should be enough, to look at those triggers and brainstorm solutions. This can be part of your integrated gratitude practice. If you can see opportunity in the challenges you face, you will probably inspire many other people as well. Gratitude has a ripple effect that will impact the people around you. 3. Gratitude is contagious. When you’re grateful you tend to exude and share that contagious positive energy. People enjoy that and will tend to be drawn to you. Our energy is contagious. We can do good things together and are better for having come together. Now that’s pretty much the only contagious thing happening in the world that we can get excited about. How? Watch your words. What you say is usually how you act, so be aware of when you are complaining and replace whines with positive words. Start with you, and watch as the world changes around you. It takes about 21 days to make (or break) a habit. Challenge yourself and the people around you to commit to a daily practice of gratitude. Make a daily list of 3 to 5 things you are grateful for and WHY you are grateful for them. Then actually, BE the change you wish to see in the world!

Shelly Aristizabal is the author of This Is Your Year to Design & Live the Life of Your Dreams, a leader in the Community Commerce Industry, Motivational Speaker and the New President of Business Women Connect. Visit www.BusinessWomenConnect.com for details on our upcoming events in the Indianapolis area! Please say “I found it in Indy Metro Woman Magazine!” Thanks!

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A New Year,

A New Way to Workout After rewarding your cleaning efforts with that last slice of holiday pie for breakfast, you step out of the shower and unexpectedly catch your reflection in the mirror. Who is that stranger? In an instant the New Year is lurking and everything within you knows: It is time for a new you. If the prospect of pounding the treadmill next to a bunch of strangers does not inspire you to lace up your sneakers, you are not alone. Boredom is credited as a top ranking reason why people do not exercise yet one fitness service is changing the game here in Indiana. What if you could go to unlimited fitness classes at over 30 different boutique studios and gyms for one price, would you? Chances are that doing Hot Yoga on Monday, Cycle on Tuesday, and Zumba on Friday would more than spice up your workout regime. Well, that’s the concept behind “Open Gym Indy” the first and only fitness concierge in the Hoosier State. With over 400 fitness classes per week to choose from, as an Open Gym Member boredom is not an option. “This model of one flat fee for unlimited classes at different gyms is wildly popular in big cities such as LA, NYC, and Chicago,” said founder and owner Jennifer Gabou of Fishers based OPEN GYM. “It was time for Indiana to have the same opportunity to get fit, have fun doing it, while supporting our local businesses.” For a flat monthly fee of $79, Open Gym Members gain access to some of the areas most exclusive high-end fitness studios. The process is simple and exclusively online. Sign up online and then select the class you will attend, show up, and get your heart pounding. “We believe that when people are seen as an individual and have the chance to get plugged into community that they succeed,” remarked Gabou. “They succeed in creating a lifestyle that they love and in attaining the wellness they so deeply desire.” The studios within the Open Gym Community boast perks that are unheard of inside of corporate box gyms in the area, “At Body, Mind, & Core Yoga in Carmel, for example, “ Gabou said with a smile, “when your hot yoga session is finished the instructor will often bring each person a cool, moist toilette to refresh your face.”

And for Open Gym Members, the privileges do not stop there: clean towels, private showers, hot exotic tea, fresh coffee, personal assessments, and advance class reservations, are just a few of the amenities that make working out a special experience at independently owned gyms. The only stipulation as an Open Gym Member is that you can not attend classes more than 4 times in a calendar month at the same location. “Every single person I talk to says that they would like to be in better shape, and now is the time” said Gabou “we are projecting that we will be at capacity sooner than we expect so I invite our community to take advantage of this chance to join this fitness movement in Indiana by becoming an Open Gym Member.” A New Year, a new way to workout, a new you. By mixing up your workout, trying new things, and committing to fitness, perhaps 2016 will be the year you can have your cake and eat it too? Become an Open Gym Member by visiting www.opengymindy.com.

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Intimacy Restored

Using the MonaLisa Touch laser, Gynecologist Dr. Michelle Jones Singer is helping women find relief from vaginal dryness, itching, burning and painful intercourse. Here’s how she can help you, too. Since introducing the MonaLisa Touch laser to the Indianapolis area three months ago, Dr. Michelle Jones Singer has treated about 30 patients seeking relief from vaginal dryness, itching, burning and painful intercourse. “This restorative, minimally invasive CO2 laser therapy, which was FDA- cleared last September, has produced far better than hoped for results in 95 percent of my patients treated,” she reports. MonaLisa Touch means real relief for patients dealing with painful intercourse, vaginal dryness and menopausal issues who don’t want to take hormones.

and lots of moisture. I no longer look for ways to avoid being with my husband. It was well worth it!” Fifty something K.M. of Noblesville with a history of stress and urge urinary incontinence says “I have much less loss of urine with coughing or sneezing. I am not getting up all night long to go to the bathroom.”

MonaLisa Touch Laser is an office procedure that works painlessly, takes about three to five minutes to activate vaginal tissues to produce collagen. There is no anesthesia and no downtime. Three treatments are necessary to restore vaginal health. Although insurance does not cover this procedure, Dr. Jones Singer notes that the cost of $2700 for three treatments is similar over time to other treatments such as creams and hormone therapy. Call 317-578-0421

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What is an emergency for custody modification? by Jennifer Hostetter I often have clients contact me regarding the need for an emergency modification of custody. At that moment, that client is likely going through one of the most devastating or terrifying things in their life and they want to see action done immediately to prevent further danger or harm to their child. Unfortunately I am often stuck telling them that what they just described to me is not the type of “emergency” the court would consider an emergency to modify custody or parenting time without first having a hearing. In order to modify custody, the moving-party has to prove there has been a substantial change in circumstances warranting the modification. Indiana statues on custody modification give the non-moving parent the right to an evidentiary hearing to determine if there has in fact been a substantial change in circumstances as alleged in the moving party’s motion. These hearings are given priority and, if requested, the court can enter temporary orders until the time of the hearing. An example of these temporary orders could be ordering a parent to remain in the state with the child, temporarily suspending parenting time, or

ordering a parent to submit to a drug screen. The courts rarely grant modifications of custody without first having an evidentiary hearing. However, in rare circumstances the court can enter an ex parte order modifying custody without first having the hearing. Because ex parte orders are an extreme remedy, they are temporary in nature and the matter must still be set for an evidentiary hearing. In order to grant an ex parte order, the court must balance the welfare of the child against the non-moving parent’s right to continued custody. If the court believes that the child’s welfare is in danger just based on the allegations in the motion, they can enter an ex parte order. This article does not necessarily answer the question of what qualifies as an emergency to get that ex parte order. These situations tend to be fact specific, and it is best to discuss the matter with an attorney in order to determine what the best course of action is. In addition to requesting an emergency modification, you may consider requesting temporary orders, filing a protective order, or contacting the Department of Child Services.

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Business Spotlight

Natural, unique, memorable, and beautiful are just a few words to describe Jill Duzan’s Fine Artisan Jewelry. With a background in interior design and architecture, Jill took her gift of creativity and appreciation of nature to create gorgeous jewelry out of high quality natural stones, pearls and silvers found in Thailand, Bali, and India. The journey for Jill began in 2002 when she decided to take her love of nature and create wearable art from unique artifacts and gems she found from her travels. “God created all the beautiful things seen in nature. I take the beauty given to us and make it into jewelry to enjoy everyday and to pass on to others.” At first, Jill designed different pieces for herself, but after receiving several compliments and ‘Where did you get that?’ from friends and family, Jill knew the next chapter for her was jewelry design. Now thirteen years later you can find Jill’s beautiful jewelry at several trunk shows, retailers and galleries here in Indiana and around the country.

and layered. The Rugged Elegant style necklaces and bracelets can be dressed up or dressed down depending on your mood or occasion. “Blue jeans to Black Tie” as they say in the studio. Jill also provides a very personal design option by designing custom jewelry on request. Jill’s hope for each piece is to compliment a woman’s natural beauty, while making her feel beautiful and confident! Working together, Rhonda and Jill make a fantastic team! Rhonda’s commitment and positive spirit is a blessing to the Jill Duzan business and many customers we serve. Jill’s unique designed jewelry for everyday can be found in several local businesses in our community. Come and purchase the perfect holiday gift at the Addendum in Carmel, Midwest Jewelry in Zionsville, Jophiel Boutique in Fort Wayne, and the Eiteljorg Museum in Indianapolis. You can also find Jill nationwide at By Nature Gallery in Jackson, Wyoming and Beaver Creek, Colorado, as well as in the National Wildlife Museum and the Amangani resort in Jackson Wyoming and at its sister resort – Amanyara in Turks and Caicos Islands. Jill is very involved in giving back to many local and national charities. Take a sneak peek and explore all of Jill’s beautiful designs at www.jillduzan.com. You may also visit her at the Treetop Design Studio, please call to make a visit!

Jill’s collection includes pieces for weddings, formal celebrations and casual events. The wedding collection is both breath taking and memorable. Using elegant pearls and sparkling quartz and pyrite, the wedding pieces will compliment any bride’s natural glow. Do you have an upcoming holiday celebration? Jill has the perfect piece to compliment any festivity. Each piece in the collection can be mixed and matched, stacked Please say “I found it in Indy Metro Woman Magazine!” Thanks!

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December 2015 November 14 – December 24 A Christmas Carol at Indiana Repertory Theater. Magic happens on a snow-covered stage. The family's favorite holiday tradition comes gift-wrapped with fresh IRT surprises! The classic story of greed and redemption comes to life with Scrooge, Cratchit and, of course, Tiny Tim. Come and be visited by the spirits of holiday joy. www.irtlive.com November 14 – January 3 Christmas at Lily House. During Christmas at Lilly House for 2015, Oldfields will be alive with holiday decorative ideas that were current during the 1930s and 1940s, a time that encompassed Depression-era frugality, wartime shortages, and an emerging postwar exuberance, each of which influenced Americans’ approach to decorating their homes. Décor in the house will include a combination of familiar favorites such as trees, wreaths, and greenery, as well as more unusual elements sure to delight visitors. Whether originating in an atmosphere of wartime scarcity or in times of peace and plenty, holiday décor expressed Americans’ wish for a sense of connection with tradition and for festive seasonal changes. www.imamuseum.org Friday, November 27, 6:00pm Circle of Lights Tree Lighting at Momumental Circle. Circle of Lights presented by the Contractors of Quality Connection and Electrical Workers of IBEW 481 kicks off each year the day after Thanksgiving on Monument Circle. Santa, will of course be on hand to usher in the holiday season and flip on the lights. Each year, a lucky child is chosen from a coloring contest to help “flip the switch” with Santa and the Mayor. The show stage features a Santa’s Workshop theme complete with toy soldiers and sailors, peppermint sticks, ornaments, elves in the workshop and an abundance of toys.After the lighting, visitors will enjoy fireworks, as well as Downtown's holiday centerpiece, complete with 4,784 lights and 52 garland strands used to create the 242 foot display. The magic continues with toy soldiers and peppermint sticks encircling the Monument. Friday, November 27 – Saturday, January 22, Celebration Crossing at The Indiana State Museum. This year’s Celebration Crossing comes alive with holiday merriment from the sounds of bands, bell and vocal choirs and of course Santa and Mrs. Claus, who will entertain visitors in their cozy home now on Level 1 of the museum through Dec. 24. Early risers may join Mrs. Claus, Snowflake Sam and Raggedy Ann for breakfast and late sleepers may join Santa for lunch or supper. Children of all ages may ride on the Santa Claus Express, make crafts 22

to take home, take advantage of a playground for pre-school and primary elementary aged children in Imagination Playground and enjoy our indoor curling court. Take a trip back in time by and gazing into the recreated L.S. Ayres store windows rekindling Christmases past. www.indianamuseum.org Saturday, November 28 – Wednesday, December 23 A Beef & Boards Christmas. It's the most wonderful time of the year! Beef & Boards celebrates in style with its annual crowd pleaser. A glittering array of music and dance numbers, presented in a variety show format, create the perfect holiday tradition. Bring a group, bring the family, just don't miss it! www.beefandboards.com Tuesday, December 1, 7:30 – 9:00am Indianapolis Business Networking Event at SpinWeb at 8500 Keystone Crossing, Suite 420. Join for a business networking event that will make you new connections, grow your business, and learn of new ideas and technologies on how to effectively network in Indianapolis, Indiana. These events generate hundreds of business opportunities and there is no cost to attend. www.tipclub.com Wednesday, December 2, 11:30 am – 1:00pm Network of Women in Business (NOWIB) Southside Lunch Special Interest Group at Fireside Brewhouse in Greenwood. Join in for a casual conversation and networking with NOWIB members and guests. www.nowib.com Wednesday, December 2, 11:30am – 1:00pm Momentum Networking Lunch at Scotty’s Brewhouse at 4530 Southport Crossing Drive. Momentum is a free monthly, business networking event designed to educate, inspire and motivate. Each month a different speaker will present a talk or workshop with a Q&A afterwards. You will have ample opportunity to network both before and after the talk. Bring your business cards. Wednesday, December 2, 5:00 - 7:00pm OneZone Young Professional After Hours Networking at Flix Brewhouse. It's a holiday meet up for young professionals at this newlyopened movie theater & brewhouse. You will be able to enjoy: Craft beer tasting, Brewery Tours, Free Appetizers, Raffle Prizes, and Sneak peak of upcoming blockbusters. Thursday, December 3, 5:00 – 9:00pm Holiday Hullabaloo at the Idianapolis Museum of Art in the Lilly House Christmas Shop. It’s an evening of holiday shopping and festivities at the IMA. Find a unique gift for someone you love or shop for an extra special something to deck

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Calendar of Events the halls for holiday gatherings. Enjoy music, complimentary giftwrap, holiday refreshments and special pricing available only during Holiday Hullabaloo! www.imamuseum.org Thursday, December 3, 4:00pm Network of Women in Business (NOWIB) – Winter Mixer. Details coming soon to www.nowib.com. Thursday, December 3, 9:00 am – 11:00am Successful Women Made Here Monthly Event Join the monthly events with a notable businesswoman, training, and mastermind session to help solve your challenges and share your triumphs at 250 W. 96th St. www.SuccessfulWomenMadeHere.com Thursday, December 10, 11:30 am – 1:00pm Network of Women in Business (NOWIB) Northside Lunch Special Interest Group at Champps, 8711 N. River Crossing, Indy. Join in for a casual conversation and networking with NOWIB members and guests. www.nowib.com Tuesday, December 8, 3:15pm-4:15pm SPARKS BizED– Mingle, Be Inspired & Share at Morty’s Comedy Club. Sparks BizED is taking off in 2016 and you get to help us perfect the offering. First up is Chris “The Brain”. The Brain is just that an incredible brain that serves his clients with insightful and almost too good marketing strategies to be fair. They promise at least 15 minutes of Q&A with each instructor as well as direct access to them after the session for at least 30 minutes. Don’t delay grab your ticket right away! Those in attendance will be inspired to think in new ways and grow personally. www.spartstalk.com Tuesday, December 8, 5:15pm-7:45pm SPARKS – Mingle, Be Inspired & Share at Morty’s Comedy Club. Like a spark, an idea smolders in the mind until it is shared with someone…Once shared, that spark has the power to ignite a fire that can blaze a viral path! Each month business owners, business development people and professionals just like you will converge with thought leaders at Sparks. This TED inspired event features 3 timed talks where new ways of thinking in the areas of personal & business development, marketing, technology, motivation and inspiration will be shared. Those in attendance will be inspired to think in new ways and grow personally. www.spartstalk.com Tuesday, December 15, 11:30 am – 1:00pm Network of Women in Business (NOWIB) Downtown Lunch Special Interest Group at Tavern On South, 423 W. South St, Indy. Join in for a casual conversation and networking with

NOWIB members and guests. www.nowib.com Tuesday, December 15, 10:00am National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) Visionary Awards Luncheon 2015 at JW Marriott. Join NAWBO-Indianapolis at its premier event! This event includes the announcement of our Visionary Awards recipients, as well as recognition of our corporate partners. www.nawboindy.org Wednesday, December 16, 4:30 – 6:30pm One Zone (Carmel & Fishers Chamber) Business After Hours at E.F. Marburger Fine Flooring. Celebrate the start of the holiday season. Network with OneZone members and enjoy delicious eats and an after-work drink. www.onezonecommerce.com Wednesday, December 16, 12:00 – 1:00pm Mentoring Women's Network Workshop – Skill-Building for Mentors Workshop at The Platform. In this workshop, you will review the context for mentoring through Mentoring Women's Network by defining what mentoring is and how it works through one-on-one mentoring relationships, understand who you are as a mentor and what you hope to achieve, review the structure of 1:1 mentoring engagements, and clearly define your area(s) of expertise as a mentor. http://mentoringwomensnetwork.com/ Thursday, December 31, 5:00pm – 12:30am Downtown Indy’s New Year’s Eve on Georgia Street. Featuring an exciting entertainment line-up, stimulating sights, plenty of food and drink and a unique midnight extravaganza. Step inside out of the cold thanks to Pacers Sports & Entertainment. Family-friendly activities are planned inside the Entry Pavilion at Bankers Life Fieldhouse with the united support of the Pacers, Fever, Colts, Indians and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. At 11:59 p.m. on 12/31, when in most cities the traditional “ball drop” takes place, a suspended IndyCar hoisted high above the crowd will descend to a collective countdown amidst great fanfare and fireworks at midnight. www.indydt.com Are you a woman’s organization or having an event just for women? Are you a non-profit organization with a special event? Email info@indymetrowoman.com and send us the details for our monthly calendar by the 5th of each month for the following month’s issue. You can also go to www.indymetrowoman.com and post your event on our community calendar.

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The HCG Story... The story of HCG began in the Fifties when, after having done research on weight loss for 40 years and research on HCG specifically for twenty years, Dr. Simeons reported that patients taking small amounts of HCG, in conjunction Kathryn Azhar, Owner with a very low calorie and her staff diet, could lose weight safely and quickly without exercise, muscle loss or hunger. But all HCG is not created equal. The SuperVision Weight Loss program starts with pharmaceutical HCG. Unfortunately, there has been a lot of confusion created by products being sold without guidance that call themselves “HCG” but do not contain any in their ingredient list. HCG is one of 67 hormones naturally produced in the human body, so if a product states that it is hormone free, it's not HCG.

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My doctor was on my case about my blood pressure, and I know that the extra weight I was carrying wasn’t helping that situation. My knees hurt and I just wanted to feel better. I gave Super Vision Weight Loss a chance to help me get the weight off. They were really great!! I lost 38 lbs. in 31 days! My girlfriend is thrilled. I travel for a living and I was able to stay true to the diet protocol even on the road. I’m so glad I did this diet with Super Vision Weight Loss. I feel YEARS younger and I know I’ll never have that belly again.

HCG does not produce weight loss by itself. However, in concert with a very specific balanced diet, and our help in avoiding unexpected environmental or behavioral deviations, HCG will allow the body to naturally pull the nutrients and calories needed from stored fat reserves into the blood stream at the rate of 1500 to 4000 calories per day. We are sure that those who follow our protocol WILL lose 20-30 pounds in 40 days. These fantastic results ARE typical with our full service packages. SuperVision Weight Loss program is not your run of the mill “eat less and exercise more” diet for a slow loss of 1 to 2 pounds a week that seems to take the rest of your life. Our protocol tricks Mother Nature a little, maybe, however only natural processes are at work. Per Dr. Simeons, it is safe and so very effective.

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