SIX TIPS FOR KEEPING PREJUDICE FROM RULING YOU

  Prejudice starts in pain or fear. Pain is personal and leads to fear. As one theorist claims, all negative feelings are pain or fear of pain. A useful thought. However, not all fears come from personal experiences, Prejudices, in particular, are passed down from one generation to another.  As the Roger and Hammerstein noted …

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How To Complain Wisely

Need to complain, moan and groan? Don’t we all? Here’s the rub: Chucky Complainers and Wendy Whiners get little respect. People want you to suck it up. However, that can eat at your heart and give you an ulcer. What to do? Strengthen your Emotional Inlelligence by finding a complaint partner.  Never heard of Complaint Partners?  This …

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Three Tips To Get Away And Improve Your Emotional Intelligence

As the quotes suggest, spending time with nature soothes; providing of course, you spend it with  the gentle side of nature. Here are three get away tips that connect you to nature’s gently side: Tip one: Bring a bit of nature into your home – a plant, flowers, an aquarium, or a song bird. Tip two: …

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How To Help All Flood Victims

In the pain of Houston, many are forgetting about those outside of our personal circle of care.  More than 800 lives have been lost in South East Asia. Moreover, resources, particularly for the poor are limited.  Give up lattes or some other indulgence and instead, donate  to the Red Cross, all will be helped. Thank …

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