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Am I Being Selfish or Strong?
Do you ever worry that putting your own needs first might be selfish? When is it okay to say no? Is there a line that separates a selfish decision from a strong one? Where does it lie, and how do you find it? Here are three guidelines to help you make strong decisions that you can feel good about.

Answers to the Mystery of How Men Think
What drives men? How do they think? What do they think of women? What do they need from us? How can we women communicate better with them? Psychology Today Blogger Shawn Smith, PsyD wrote a book called, "The Women's Guide to How Men Think." I asked him some questions to get us inside the male mind.

Change Your Life With Attachment Theory
Do you ever notice yourself making the wrong choice over and over? Or reacting the wrong way, or floundering in certain situations? We all have patterns or issues that get in our way in life. Here's how to use Attachment Theory to figure out why, make changes, and grow past it.

Do You Have Compassionate Accountability?
We are often far harder on ourselves than we would ever be on others. "I'm such an idiot" is a mild example of the harmful comments we may say to ourselves when we're frustrated. Here's how these comments affect us and how to replace them with "Compassionate Accountability."

Do You Have The Fatal Flaw?
Many people live their lives harboring a secret feeling that something is wrong with them. It holds them back from taking chances, from learning and growing. Here's how to discover your Fatal Flaw and take control of it so that it will stop controlling you.

Does Online Therapy Work?
Online therapy is becoming more and more popular every day. And why not? It's convenient, accessible, and should be just as good as being in your therapist's office. Here is my impression of its effectiveness, and what you should look out for before you jump in.

Emotionally Unavailable
Have you ever been in a relationship with someone who you felt was emotionally unavailable? Has any friend or romantic partner ever described you this way? Here's what it means to be emotionally unavailable, how people get this way, and how to become emotionally available.

Five Steps For Finding Your Personal Power
Everyone has Personal Power, but not everyone knows it. Here are five steps to identifying where your Personal Power lies, owning it, and letting the world see your true strength.

Four Tips for Emotionally Intelligent Parenting
Studies show that Emotional Intelligence is a larger factor in success than IQ. It is vital to teach emotional skills to children. Here are four basic guidelines to follow to raise emotionally intelligent children.

How and Why to Say No
All the people of the world can be divided into two groups: those who can say “no,” easily, and those who cannot. Are you held back by guilt or a false sense of obligation? Do you have to give a good reason? Here are the rules to follow to say no with confidence and clarity, minus the guilt.

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