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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!
How NOT to Be a Desperate Housewife
The popularity of ABC´s new comedy-drama Desperate Housewives, can mean only one thing: Many of us identify with the theme. If you are looking for the essentials of happiness, to feel more positive and energetic, so that you don’t live a life of quiet desperation, here are some suggestions:
How Not To Be Taken For Granted
When you feel that you are being taken for granted in any relationship whether romantic or work-related, this could signal the demise of that particular relationship. Here are 9 ways to transform the dynamics for the better:
How Not to Hate Mother’s Day
How do you cope with the negative triggers of Mother’s Day? Here are six ways
How the Holidays Can Help You Conquer Addictions
This moment you can tap into the special energy of Christmas and Chanukah to conquer the very addiction you have always hoped to get under control! Here are 8 ways to change:
How the Japanese “Kaizen” Method Can Change Your Life
The secret of success is the dogged, determination to succeed, not the determination to avoid failure. Using Kaizen thinking, rather than worrying about quick and dramatic results, we can move slowly with discipline and awareness.
How To Apologize Successfully
The primary goal is to ease the other person’s hurtful burden which they are carrying around. The byproduct of a successful apology is that you will feel relieved and absolved. The components of a successful apology:
How To Ask For What You Want
“The party was great and I felt validated, but what I really wanted was for Sue to help me settle in.” One of our biggest stressors is not clearly expressing our thoughts. Select from the following menu to find your effective personal persuasive style:
How to Avoid the Heartbreak of Valentine’s Day
Many of us experience a day of quiet desperation on Valentine´s Day because reality cannot compete with the fairy tales promoted by the media and the card industry. Here is how to celebrate a Happy Valentine’s Day, everyday.
How to be Happy Even When your Child is Unhappy
There’s an old expression: "You are as happy as your unhappiest child" and if this still holds true – no wonder we have been referred to as “Prozac Nation!” When we live our lives fully and with an optimistic realism, our children will eventually emulate and find their own balance. Here's how.
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