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Confusing Love with Obsession—Book Review
John D. Moore describes tools used by those who confuse love with obsession. They include withholding emotions or finances. Some restrict their partner’s ability to communicate with friends. Others use food to keep the partner overweight or drugs and alcohol.
Getting Through to the Man You Love—Book Review
Getting Through to the Man You Love by Michele Weiner-Davis provides guidelines for women who need to broach men with sensitive issues.
Why Should Confident People Have all the Fun?
Self-confidence is a wonderful thing—if you’ve got it. But those of us who have not been blessed in that department aren’t doomed to be failures.
Keep your eye on your primary goal
If you spend all of your time luxuriating in new ideas when will you have the time to put the old (formerly new ideas) to bed? You’ll never get anything done!
Get a Hobby!—Book Review
“Practicing a hobby is a surefire way to decrease your anxieties and increase your mental and physical health overall,” writes Tina Barseghian
Are you bored?--Try Mixing it Up
Mix it up— Do something you don’t want to do giving it your full attention. Then treat yourself with something you want to do. Tell yourself you earned a little fun, enjoy it, luxuriate in it.
Setting and Attaining Goals
“…what’s the best route for getting to your destination,” writes Michele Weiner-Davis. “There are many, many different paths you can take to get there…you can take the scenic route, the back roads or the super highway.”
Give Your Dream Room to Breathe
Have a dream, but don’t fret over it. Don´t strangle the life out of it. Instead be grateful that you have it. A dream is a beautiful thing.
Treat Yourself to a Have Done List
We need reminders that have nothing to do with actually “doing” anything. These lists are like mementos of what we’ve already accomplished or already have. I feel good when I read them. I literally close my eyes and relish each item.
Coach Quiana Murray Leading by Example
“I believe in pampering my clients and strive to keep them happy, satisfied, and achieving results. Because my clients are in extreme overwhelm, I provide them with the type of “special” treatment I want them to learn to provide themselves,”
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