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What Your Clothes Are Telling You

What Your Clothes Are Telling You Mind what you wear—it could change your life. Published on May 27, 2014 by Ben C. Fletcher, D.Phil., Oxon in Do Something Different When a University professor asked students to put on Superman t-shirts, there was a scientific reason behind the request. Professor Karen Pine wanted to know whether the heroic clothing could really have an unconscious...

The Six Attributes of Courage

Good morning everyone! I hope that you were able to enjoy your Memorial Day yesterday. In honor of those who have served our country, and the courage they have, today's article is about the six attributes of courage. It also includes some thought-provoking quotes. Enjoy! -Inner Passages   The Six Attributes of Courage Quotes and exercises to help you be your best and bravest self Published...

When Emotional Trauma Is a Family Affair

When Emotional Trauma Is a Family Affair Trauma, once experienced, seems to never want to let go Published on May 5, 2014 by David Sack, M.D. in Where Science Meets the Steps Trauma, once experienced, seems to never want to let go. It can burrow into our psyche, invading our thoughts, and unleashing mood swings, anger, depression and an exhausting sense of hypervigilance....

The Three Types of Intelligence You Need For Success

The Three Types of Intelligence You Need For Success IQ is only one-third of the equation. Which do you possess? Published on October 7, 2013 by Ronald E. Riggio, Ph.D. in Cutting-Edge Leadership Looking at work groups and organizations, we can ask the question, “Is the leader the smartest person in the room?” What is the relationship between intelligence (IQ) and effective leadership?...

How Far We’ll Go to Feel in Control: When we don’t have a sense of control, we just make it up.

How Far We'll Go to Feel in Control When we don't have a sense of control, we just make it up. Published on April 24, 2014 by Joseph T. Hallinan in Kidding Ourselves   Earlier this year, Amy Robach, a 40-year-old ABC News journalist, appeared on Good Morning America with a startling new look: short hair. The veteran broadcaster was diagnosed with breast cancer...

The Paradox of Change: An Open Letter to Change Seekers

The Paradox of Change: An Open Letter to Change Seekers When our intention to change is met by the difficult realities of self-work Published on January 13, 2014 by Brad Waters in Design Your Path 1 inShare     The Paradox of Change   I hear you say things aren’t quite right these days, that you’re eager for change. And underneath that eagerness lies some fear. And underneath that fear, something deeply...

Why Are Feelings Important?

Good Morning Bloggers! Today I want to share an article with you on why feelings are important. Sometimes people get caught up in the day-to-day tasks of life and overlook their true feelings, or disregard how someone else may feel. Check out this great article on why they are important! Why Are Feelings Important? By ROBERT STONE Feelings Reinforce Creativity Humans enjoy creativity. Our brains...

An Article entitled ‘Self-Loathing People Fear the Fragility of Their Relationships’

Good Morning Bloggers! As a therapist, I have seen and worked with many couples and every relationship has it's ups and downs. Successful relationships can sometimes be better understood if each person understands themselves better and how they emotionally relate to their partner and their relationship as a whole. Today, this article talks about those of us who can be classified...