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May 27

Acknowledge Feelings

Acknowledge Understand Accept Empathize Importance is in this order         When I was a new immigrant to America, iI was exposed to many unfamiliar things coupled with complete bewilderment. Shortly thereafter, I was attending a local college to learn English as a second language. At the end of the year, I was …

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Jul 09

Positive Psychology – with Honesty and Modesty

Positive Psychology Truly Can Improve Our Quality Of Life   I believe I am one of the few people who are the most committed to positive psychology. I am an incurable optimist. I love to refer the old psychologist example of the glass half full – half empty pointing out the attitude differences among people. I …

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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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Oct 23

How to protect our children from manipulation?

  With open, straight communication and with insight to what’s going on the surface and in the hidden level.   The 3 important points I can summarize in regards to the complex task are:     A: We must not use manipulative techniques to control our children’s behavior! We need to take responsibility for our …

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Oct 09

Considerate Parenting – Grounded Adults

Love, attachment, encouragement, trust, discipline, cooperation, independence, and control… what, when and why: shortly   I’m sure you can be proud of yourself: you put incredible amount of time, effort and energy to raise your child or children. Most of us do if we have them, and almost never have the acknowledgement for good parenting …

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