Stop Political Correctness From Shutting You Down –

I was once called before my boss for saying an issue was not “Black or White.”  I was an adjunct professor at an Ivy League School of Social Work that prided itself on supporting minority students. I was proud to work there. And yes, my using the Black and White analogy was not politically correct. …

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Sandwich the Bad: Six Tips to Make Criticism Palateable

Emotional Fitness Tips Tip One: Criticism always hurts. Some deal with the hurt better than others, but we all want to be above criticism. At the same time, real friends do not let friends walk around with broccoli between their teeth. Moreover, good friends must always speak up when safety of anyone is a problem. Tip Two: …

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Elegant or Torture? The Price Is Too High

If you wear high heels, think carefully, and chose health over pleasing a man. The dangers of high heels include: joint pain, a shortened Achilles Tendon, back pain, increased risk of falls, loss of cushioning that protects the bottom of your feet, callouses, ingrown toe nails, and bunions. Own your body, no man worth his salt wants …

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Twinkle, Twinkle Like a Star – One Big Tip

The smallest grain of sand, the tiniest drop of water contributes to the universe. You do also. You do best when you remember your purpose is the bring peace on earth. That is your mission. Learn more about missions by buying my eBook Know Your Mission So You Can Reach Your Goals for more exercises that help you …

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