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From Leash Reactivity To Leash Aggression: 5 Steps To Influence Your Dog or Puppy

Sarah Hodgson | Posted 09.01.2016 | Green
Sarah Hodgson

Does that describe your dog? Probably not. Many leash aggressive dogs are pussy cats at home. So what gives?

Separation Anxiety And Leash Aggression: The Top 2 Dog Problems In America

Sarah Hodgson | Posted 07.21.2016 | Healthy Living
Sarah Hodgson

Photo by Marc Khlar, Alfie Does your dog pace when you reach for the car keys, rip a few cushions while you're out, or jump all over you upon re-entr...

The Dating Game of Hot and Cold

Susan Winter | Posted 06.19.2015 | Women
Susan Winter

Is your partner playing hot and cold? One minute you're high on the warmth of their attention, the next minute you're frozen out and left wondering what happened. You begin to question your actions. Did you say the wrong thing? Did you make the wrong move?

Re-Thinking the To-Do List: A Better Way to Accomplish Your Goals

Alex Charfen | Posted 09.28.2014 | Small Business
Alex Charfen

Today, we're more reactive as people than we have ever been in our history. Technology has made it possible to access information instantaneously, and to reach anyone across the globe instantaneously, whenever we choose.

10 Ways Yoga Can Enhance Your Marriage

Dearbhla Kelly | Posted 03.23.2014 | Weddings
Dearbhla Kelly

"Yoga" translates as "union." The tradition teaches that the union we're seeking begins with ourselves and ultimately extends to all beings and to the universe itself. Marriage is also a union, a union of two persons committed to sharing their lives in a loving relationship.

Reactivity and the Death of Intention

Alex Charfen | Posted 10.22.2012 | Technology
Alex Charfen

It is nearly impossible for us to reach our goals through the constant reacting to other people. Instead of starting the day with email or Facebook, start it deliberately, in solitude and away from all of those reactive devices.

Is This The Antidote To Reactivity?

Michael Sigman | Posted 01.11.2012 | Healthy Living
Michael Sigman

Scientific research indicates that meditation practice can actually change our brain structure to ameliorate reactivity. But meditation is just one tool for what, at the extreme, is known as impulse control disorder.

Fight or Flight: Who Runs Your Life?

Tony Schwartz | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Tony Schwartz

You want to apply what we call "The Golden Rule of Triggers." It's very simple: Whatever you feel compelled to do, don't. Compulsions are not choices, and they rarely lead to positive outcomes.

Is Your Inbox Full of Reactivit-E-Mail?

Brooke Siler | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Brooke Siler

Some people are happily distracted by their Twitters and Tweets and would have it no other way. I, on the other hand, begin sweating and twitching as I near my computer.