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What to Do When You Expect the Worst
The world has changed and you are probably feeling de-stabilized and out of alignment. What should you do when the fortune cookie you crack open is negative?
What Women Can Learn From Men
Do we women think that we know all the answers, believe that we have martyred ourselves by living with the male gender and that we are consummate communicators? There is a lot we can learn from men.
What You Should Know About Multi-Tasking
Daily juggling dilutes, depletes, depresses and oh that stress! Then why do we still multi-task?
What Your Chit-Chat Says About You
Conversation is more than an art. The spoken word can convey confidence, power and authenticity. Wouldn’t you like to reduce the stress of a courageous conversation and know how you really appear to others?
What Your Clutter Reveals About You
Clutter has gotten a bad rap. Psychologists are always telling you to de-clutter and various specialists are eager to help you to discard and organize. Not so fast: Could it be that you are not hiding behind all that clutter, but rather using it for self-discovery?
What Your Coffee Choice Says About You
There are coffee personalities; this means the kind of coffee you drink can speak volumes about your personality. Many of us don't know who we are or what we want out of life; the coffee we like can provide a much-needed clue.
What Your Doodling Reveals About You
Most everybody at one time or another has doodled. Stress and anxiety negatively impact memory while drawing funny little sketches reinforces learning. Here’s what your doodling might symbolize:
What Your Fighting Style Reveals About You
Everyone in a relationship argues. Most revealing about the happiness factor of your relationship and of course, how good you feel about yourself is your fighting style. See if you fit any of the four categories:
What’s Really Stressful About Halloween
The great horror of Halloween is that it heralds the cycle of holiday overspending and overeating. This year the National Retail Federation estimates that consumers will spend $7.4 billion. Here’s how to make things more positive:
When Other Diets Fail Try the Low-Fad Diet
The common wisdom is that for a diet to succeed it has to have sex appeal. But these diets rarely work. When the realization hits that our bodies are not changing for the better and that we are just deceiving ourselves, it is time to follow a low-fad diet.
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