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Category Archives: Being Positive
Resolve: The Best Way to Solve Your Problems
What’s the best way to solve your problems? If you’ve tried to ignore, deny, minimize, discount or avoid them, perhaps it’s time to dig in and approach them with resolve. Recently a friend told me that’s just what he is … Continue reading
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Why Do We Lie?
Why do we lie? Recently I was discussing this question with a client, and a colleague. Why do we lie? (Let’s be honest, we all do. So it’s not IF we lie, it’s WHY, HOW, WHEN, WHERE, AND TO WHOM 🙂 … Continue reading
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Successful Relationships May End…
How do you define a successful relationship? Is it simply the fact that it is currently standing the test of time? Is it possible that a relationship can end and still be a success? In fact, that’s exactly how my … Continue reading
Dating in Mid-Life: Red Flags or Opportunities for Growth?
If you’re dating in mid-life, you may notice that it’s a very different experience than dating when you were a teenager or young adult. The game has changed. At mid-life, many folks become more discerning (and more cynical) as they … Continue reading
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New Year’s Resolutions that Really Work: “Whatever You Resist, Persists.”
I went to a training and learned the simple yet powerful phrase, “Whatever you resist, persists.” That training was thirty years ago, yet the idea and understanding in that pithy phrase never left me. I have thought of it many … Continue reading
New Year’s resolutions that really work: How do you do a “don’t?”
“How do you do a don’t?” asked a young friend of mine. Great question. Often when you want to change a behavior, you identify what you don’t want to do, and that’s a good starting point. However, though it is important to … Continue reading