Posts archive for March, 2015

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Supporting a Parent Who Lost a Child

Losing a child is one of the most difficult things that a person can go through.  No matter how old the child is, the pain is going to be some of the strongest you have ever experienced.  If you are a parent who lost a child,  you can probably count […]

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Staying Close With Teenage Daughters

When your daughter goes from being your adorable little girl to the difficult preteen stage now called “the tweens”, it can be daunting for you.  Girls of that age can be moody, self-centered, overdramatic, surly, condescending, and prone to throwing tantrums.  Tween girls can also take on mature demeanors and […]

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Compassion And Self-Empathy Promotes Healing

There is quite a lot of overlap in empathy and compassion.  Webster’s defines empathy as “the ability to understand and share the feelings of another.”  Webster’s defines compassion as “sympathetic pity and concern for the sufferings of misfortunes of others.”  So empathy is all about understanding and sharing while compassion […]

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Are You Being Bullied at Work?

Generally, we think about bullies as school children on playgrounds, in hallways, and walking home at the end of the day.  The unfortunate reality is that bullies do not always stop being bullies when they have grown into adulthood.  Bullies can be found at any age in almost any setting.  […]

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Six Habits of Successful People

Most of the people in the world are looking for some surefire ways to be as successful as possible at their chosen vocation.  It turns out the regardless of whether you are the head of a major corporation or the best liked mop girl at the neighborhood car wash, there […]

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