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We are creatures of habit and if we are not in a state of awareness and consciously choose our habits on purpose other habits, possibly bad habits, will settle in and take root. Take our frenemy STRESS – stress is [...]Read More
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“I’ve realized that one of the most unkind things I can do to somebody is to put them on a pedestal because very soon, inevitably, they’re going to do something that’s going to [...]
Having a high level of emotional intelligence is more valuable than being the smartest in the class when is comes to comforting others who are hurting. Feel from the heart rather than think from the brain. Listening is more important [...]Read More
It is very important to both the griever and the friends to read this article. When someone is hurting, most of us only want to comfort them. However, in our efforts of doing so, quite the opposite can happen. Be [...]Read More
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