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How to Live a Charmed Life
Ever wonder why some people get away with it, are always listened to and get the benefit of a doubt? It’s not because they are beautiful, brilliant or billionaires. They are simply charming! Charm is an acquired trait.You can become a virtuoso by practicing a few concrete strategies.
What Women Can Learn From Men
Do we women think that we know all the answers, believe that we have martyred ourselves by living with the male gender and that we are consummate communicators? There is a lot we can learn from men.
Jealousy - Curse or Blessing?
We should not feel guilty about having a jealous heart. The closer we get to people the more likely we are to feel jealous or become the object of envy. So what do we do when jealousy upsets our equilibrium and pushes our anger button?
How to Reinvent Yourself
George Eliot, the novelist, aptly said, “It’s never too late to become what you might have been.” You can rewrite your story. Here are some strategies to help you take the inspiration and make it concrete with some order and meaning
How to Get Him to Listen
She delivers a long, detailed narrative about her day. He rolls his eyes at her and grimaces. Could this be you or someone you know?
Is Being Positive Having a Negative Effect?
Have you become necessary, vital, to everyone’s existence? Don’t rescue everyone while losing yourself in the process.
How My Dog Trained Me
We all have a powerful ability to concentrate and tune out distraction, but we also have the shadow ability to disconnect from our feelings. My dog, Bailey, recently pointed that out in a humorous way!
What I Learned From a Bag Lady
I was recently given a poignant gift at a senior workshop. Rose wanted to share an experience. “Do you have a moment?"
Caregiving Can Be Harmful to Your Health
A groundbreaking new study has revealed that caring for a sick spouse can raise a caregiver´s risk of death by 20%. Here are some suggestions for healthy caregiving:
How to Lose Weight with the Zen No-Diet
Human beings by nature are not creatures of deprivation and in the land of good and plenty, plain and simple, a weight loss program that involves cutting back on food is not going to work culturally. We have to come up with other ways (weighs) to be healthy and look good.
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