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I love the song Firework by Katy Perry. I especially like this phrase: "You don't have to feel like a wasted space You're original, cannot be replaced If you only knew what the future holds After a hurricane comes a rainbow"
One of the central pillars of Alanon is the belief that you are powerless over the drinker. For many who join Alanon this comes as a relief, as they are told – “you didn't cause it, can't cure it, and can't control it”. Anything that removes the guilt and shame that people living with an alcoholic feels is a good thing in our book.
Transformation starts within and is the way to true, positive and lasting change. If you are sick and tired of your results in love, nix your New Year's resolution and focus on transformation instead. Here are 12 ways to transform your love life.
Most arguments begin from a lack of clarity, a miscommunication or a false belief. Couples argue when they feel misunderstood or under-appreciated. These dynamics can lead to disconnection and resentment if they aren't cleared up. To clean up an old argument, or to avoid a new one, here are four ways.
Procrastination is a time monster that we all must deal with. From putting off doing the bills to studying for a test to actually addressing conflicts with the boss — all of us find ourselves postponing the inevitable at one point or another. But is all procrastination the same? Does it always serve the same goal? How does your personality fit with your own, personal "art" of procrastination?
Kids can be exposed to a number of threatening situations online; cyberbullying, porn and contact from strangers all pose serious threats. Can Facebook help make kid's social networking experiences safe?
It all began with two incidents on the same day. First, I opened an envelope to find three hand-written pages of tightly-spaced words (some so tiny I had to use my magnifying glass) that read, in part: After being out of work for several months, I enrolled in career-training. Our last assignment was to visualize a new product label and transfer it to paper. I dropped out. I’m not interested in classes filled with gobbledygook psychobabble.
His first words were, “Do you know about choking?” The question came from a physically fit young male who sat slumped on my office stool. Smiling, I replied, “Well, there’s choking that involves something getting stuck in one’s throat, and choking that describes failure under pressure, and choking due to constricted bronchial tubes, and . . .”
By Anne Cosse
Violence is not limited to the physical realm. Words can be brutal, violent and abusive to a great extent, often without intent. Projecting violence in words is counterproductive and toxic for the sender as much as for the recipient. MB Rosenberg, the thinker behind non-violent communication, nailed down the 6 communication behaviors we'd better avoid: