Laughing Strengthens Your Emotional Intelligence When Things Are Tough

          When you cannot laugh, depression lurks; but is it depression or a reaction to pains all face at one time or another. Although inspired by my tendency at times to be or be seen as a Cranky Old One (COO) or a Weary Old One (WOO), no matter what a person’s age, stress, …

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Thoughts About Slavery Inspired by Martin Luther King, Jr.

King inspired us, but his memory is being darkened by hate. The darkening involves using history to justify current anger. Slavery existed before writing existed and has been accepted as the right of the powerful over the weak. Slavery began when those defeated in war but not killed were made the property of the victorious. Eventually, other …

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Do You Know Your Temperament Style?

Temperament Is How You Become You and How Others Become Who They Are Emotional Intelligence Tips To Strengthen All Your Relationships Biology including temperament is one of the four contributors to how we become who we are. The other three are personal experiences within an environment, the beliefs we form about the world and life …

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“You deserve a break today.” Procrastinate

Why this brief post? It is a weekend post and you need a break. Take one. Set priorities by being a Professional Procrastinater. The three questions to ask before procrastinating: Will my stepping aside right now endanger me or someone else? Will I get fired or if in school will I fail at something I …

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