Category: Self Knowledge

Jan 03

New Year’s Relationship Resolution Checklist

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Is Your Relationship Fairly Balanced or Does It Need Some Resolution for the New Year? Closing the old year and starting a new one based on our achievements, career, physical or financial well being, we might also tinker about the current state of our relationship. Some people know exactly what would be desirable to change; …

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Aug 05

Who Is Yelling Is Losing

Who is yelling is losing…   My aunt said this often to me.   The first time I heard it as a child, it sounded like utter nonsense. Adults who raised their voice seemed to be so big and powerful if not outright threatening. At the same time, there is some truth in it: they …

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Feb 04

Manipulation Games 7: Projection

In the Projection Manipulation Game people are not able to see the problematic behavior in themselves so see it as if it were others’ Connor is one of the sweetest guys in the computer industry. He jumps at the opportunity to help whenever he is needed, he is persistent to find any computer bug, and …

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May 02

“Discovering ME!”

Interactive Online Program for Bulletproof Self-Esteem!   Somebody told me once not to be sensitive, after he threw a mean comment to my head. I felt bad enough because of the comment. In addition I felt even worse because I was labeled contemptuously sensitive. Was that actually true? Partly yes, partly no. Let’s separate the …

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Apr 17

“She always knew who she was…”

What makes us free spirited, self confident creatures?   Once I had a friend. I loved her dearly not because she was so obedient and easy to handle, but because of her firm, opinionated nature… She was called Renee, and she was a 3 year old mare when I first saw her. Her life began …

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