Seven Tips To Think Smarter, Regret Less, And Improve Your Emotional Intelligence

Thinking can be painful. Why so many of us prefer to think less about what matters and enjoy less hurtful pursuits. At the same time, not thinking about some things is a one street to the land  of regrets. However, thinking is an acquired ability and can always be improved.  Emotional Fitness Training Tips Tip  …

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Are You Becoming An Alcoholic?

This Emotional Fitness Training post applies not just to alcohol addiction, but all addictions. Moreover, we are all addicts in one way or another. Read it, strengthen your Emotional Intelligence and stay healthier. Fact: We live in a culture that pushes you to drink. Don’t think so? Watch some of the cooking shows, 99.9% of …

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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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