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How to Toss Toxic Relationships
Around this time of year we tend to lose things especially, friends and boyfriends; in other words, relationships that we have outgrown or that have turned toxic. How do you identify toxic people? And how do you keep them at bay?
How to Train Yourself to be Happy
The joyously surprising news is that even if you are born to be sad, you can imitate the characteristics of happy people to change your nature.
How to Transform Jealousy into Success
Jealousy has been part of the range of universal emotions since the Garden of Eden and Cain and Abel. Jealousy invades our hearts when we see someone accomplishing what we fear or doubt that we can do. To empty your heart of the energy drain of jealousy here are some suggestions:
How to Turn the Super Bowl into Super Fun
Could this be you: Neglected and lonely during football season? Does he watch the climactic Super Bowl stuffing his face with chips, dips, hero sandwiches and guzzling beer and making a mess which you will have to later clean up?
How to Upgrade Your Spirit in a Plummeting Market
This is the time to breathe, reflect and take an inventory both nationally and personally: Stability before mobility.
How to Use Color to De-Stress
Color has a powerful sensory appeal and many of us learn from visual cues. Understanding what different colors transmit and say about people can improve communication and engender respect and acceptance for personality differences. Here are some colors and what they might mean to you:
How to Wake Up and Smell the Roses
Here are specific suggestions to help us perceive and delight in the little things. I have tried each one personally to make sure that they all work.
How Understanding Your Guy’s TV Choices Fine Tunes Your Relationship
In order to tune into him you need to observe what he tunes into on TV. The programs he watches on TV will help you figure him out because while he is absorbed in TV, he does not have his guard up or act defensively.
How You Can Become a Time Traveler
Mental time travel is represented in the sensory motor systems that regulate human movement. Your thoughts can move you backwards or forwards.
Identity Theft – Are You Robbing Yourself?
Many of us have seen the TV commercials showing the prevalence of identity theft from the point of view of the smug faces of the thieves.However, this is merely the dramatic tip of the iceberg. Deep down is the more serious kind, the daily identity theft many of us experience regarding who we are.
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