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It’s Time to Wear Your Pink Tiara!
My daughter is turning sixteen and thoroughly enjoying every moment of this rite of passage. I have a lot to learn from her.
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?
Learn How to Keep Friends
As we get older, we find that we have fewer friends. Not because they have died, but because we have let them die in our hearts. We don’t invest the effort, the personal attention, friends require. Friendship requires honest, assertive - but not aggressive- communication. Here’s how to communicate.
Learn to be Lucky
After interviewing a random sample of self-proclaimed lucky people, here are the basic attributes I have found. Study them, so that you can improve your luck or even better, consider yourself blessed.
Lessons Learned From a Perfect Storm
Stress management tips for extreme stress from a Hurricane Sandy evacuee. Even when you lose power, you still have power.
Let Your Passion Find You
Throughout life I have always heard the phrase, “Find your passion.” Quite frankly this quest has made me feel a bit pressured at the same time chipping away at my self-esteem when I didn’t find it.
Living in Limbo: The Non-Divorce
Some couples choose to stay together even though there is no romance. This type of marriage can best be described as the non-divorce.Listen to callers-in to my radio show who reveal their secret lives concerning living in marriage limbo.
Loneliness Is Contagious
Many people who feel lonely never admit that they are lonely because loneliness carries the connotation of being a “loser.” Interesting to note: women are more likely to catch loneliness from other lonely people.
Making a Good Impression
Many of us worry about making a good impression at the office party, a family get-together, or a net-working event. We worry about making intelligent conversation, if we will remember names, if we will be able to join in a group conversation already in progress.
March Makes New Year’s Resolutions Stick
If you have slackened off your New Year’s Resolutions, luckily you get a big boost: March begins the Motivational New Year and you are likely to succeed now.Here are 3 questions I use every March to help make a fresh start.
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