October 2014

What Happens When You Refuse to Forgive?

October 26, 2014
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WHEN YOU REFUSE TO FORGIVE, you are tempted to get even – to seek revenge. To seek revenge is not a well thought out response. Like the instinct of self-preservation, it is the product of biologically designed system of self-protection.
Your nervous system perceives danger, but it cannot distinguish between present and past dangers. So, it […]

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The Power of Confidence

October 24, 2014
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O F THE MANY SECRETS TO SUCCESS, SELF-CONFIDENCE is the most important. It is belief in your ability that encourages you to take risk to accomplish things beyond your perceived present capability. What holds you back is not who you think you are but what you think you are not.
Life’s circumstances will put your determination […]

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Taking Care of Your Relationships

October 21, 2014
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I N LIFE, YOU ESTABLISH RELATIONSHIPS WITH PEOPLE YOU MEET. If you play by the rules, you will improve and strengthen your relationships.
Playing by the rules in human relations means accentuating the other person’s positives and downplaying the negatives. Revel in your friend’s best qualities and let the inconsequential faults slide. […]

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How to Argue Constructively with Your Spouse

October 18, 2014
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E VERY NOW AND THEN, THERE ARISE BETWEEN YOU AND YOUR SPOUSE occasional arguments over things you disagree on. These arguments may run to such an extent that they adversely affect your relationship. For this reason, you may be tempted simply to avoid arguments.
Arguments are a normal part of a healthy relationship. Who are involved […]

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