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How to Focus On What You Can Do
It’s easier to lick a bruised ego than take an inventory of personal strengths and act. Whether trying to lose weight or get a job during difficult times, you might say, “Oh, what’s the use?” when you’re not successful. Don’t let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do.
How to Forgive and Forget
One of the most basic steps on the pathway to happiness is forgiveness. Holding on to grudges, entrenched in being absolutely right, we doom ourselves to living in the past while poisoning our present. What is really bothering you: That someone hurt you or that you allowed yourself to be hurt?
How to Fortify Your Friendships
Do you find that your friendships are dwindling, using your fingers to count them? Perhaps, you are disappointed in the few remaining friends. You might say that you don’t care, “Good Riddance to bad rubbish!” However, you do care. Here’s what to do:
How To Get Along with the Long, Hot Summer
Many of us are moaning and groaning: “Another hot, sunny day – how oppressive!” Instead of beating the heat, we need to get along with it! Here are some tips to coexist with the heat.
How to Get Him to Change
January signals a fresh start in self-improvement. But what if the person you live with does not entertain the slightest thought about change? Many women who read self-help books have absorbed the notion that “if I change my own dynamics, everyone around me will change.”So does this strategy work?
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?
How to Get More Comfortable with Comfort Foods
Feeling stressed - who doesn’t reach for comfort food? Since you are what you eat, food choices can reveal major clues about the buried treasure of personality. Here are some popular comfort foods - what they symbolize and their healthier versions:
How to Get More Control
Have you been objectified in the doctor’s office, felt underappreciated at work or de-constructively criticized at home? Does that gallon of ice-cream control you? Getting more control often begins by going the opposite route:
How to Get More Will Power
“I wish I had your will power,” people often tell me when they see me at the gym or read my writing. What is will power anyway? Apparently, it is the vast wasteland between I will and I won’t.
How to Get Motivated to Exercise and Overcome Depression
When someone is mildly depressed, the first remedy that comes to mind is exercise. Ironically, the depressed person who needs to exercise most is not likely to exercise. Here are some suggestions to begin exercising when you are depressed and feel that you don’t have the energy to do it.
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