Getting Up Again When The Wind Knocks You Down

An Emotional Intelligence boosting tip: Use quotes to inspire and help you stay strong.  Turn quotes into a quick Emotional Fitness Exercise by taking a Calming Breath (breathe in slowly, hold your breathe for a few moments, breathe out slowly, smile and say a silent “Thank You”) as you read and think about the quote. …

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Expanded Pondering Of The ME TOO Craze

As noted yesterday, the ME TOO craze has me a bit angst. It makes a moral equivalence of rape and sexual harassment. Doing so trivializes  rape in my mind. This is a repeat of yesterday’s blog but with additions about how rape might be part of sexual harassment, but usually is not. Even rape covers a number …

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Pondering The ME TOO Craze

  The ME TOO craze has me a bit angst. It makes a moral equivalence of rape and sexual harassment. Doing so trivializes  rape. Here are what I call the harm and horror levels of rape: 1. Raped and killed. 2. Raped and seriously injured. 3. Raped, penetrated but few or no physical injuries. 4. Raped …

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Ponderings of Jonathan Swift

An Emotional Intelligence boosting tip: Many quotes remind of us what matters. Those that have been handed down as spoken by men and women in earlier ages, such as these,  have stood the test of time and are worth pondering.   To turn a quote into an Emotional Fitness Training Exercise take a Calming Breath (Breathe …

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