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How To Find The Upside Of Negative Emotions

meQuilibrium | Posted 07.19.2014 | Healthy Living
meQuilibrium

Your goal isn't to prevent any and all negative emotions (or repress them, which is worse), but to metabolize them the way you would food: Get what you need from it and let the rest go.

The Misery Epidemic: Why Women Are Suffering in Silence

Michelle Bersell | Posted 07.16.2014 | Women
Michelle Bersell

You may not like hearing this, but to put an end to our misery, it isn't about getting more massages, taking more walks or drawing yourself nightly hot baths. The truly nurturing action to take is to listen to yourself. What do you want? What do you need? What do you desire?

Think Before You Speak!

Marshall Goldsmith | Posted 07.15.2014 | Business
Marshall Goldsmith

Thinking before speaking is a challenge for a lot of people. It might even be hard for you, especially if you are trying to prove to the world how sma...

A Glimmer of Hope in a Seemingly Hopeless World

Leena Suleiman | Posted 07.14.2014 | Religion
Leena Suleiman

In a world where it has become exceedingly common and even trendy to be apathetic towards a different people's struggle, you are, by default, already doing something by feeling what you're feeling.

If You Really Loved Me, You Would...

Margaret Paul, Ph.D. | Posted 07.07.2014 | Healthy Living
Margaret Paul, Ph.D.

We control to get love and avoid pain, yet by controlling rather than loving ourselves and others, we create the very pain we are trying to avoid. The negative aspects of your relationship and your expectations are fertile areas for exploration within yourself and with your partner.

Stressed or Blessed? 60 Seconds or Less Can Be the Dealbreaker

Millie Grenough | Posted 07.07.2014 | Healthy Living
Millie Grenough

You know how it goes. Something hits you wrong and you fly off the handle. Just like that. Yesterday morning I was absorbed in to-do details yakkin...

Prayer for Single Parents, and My Ex

John McElhenney | Posted 07.07.2014 | Divorce
John McElhenney

Communication is the key. The less we communicate... The more we communicate... It can be hard. And it is often the cause for friction in this co-parenting dance.

The Contagion of National Anger

Terry Newell | Posted 07.07.2014 | Politics
Terry Newell

Emotional contagion is not always bad. But when it seeks to generate anger merely to criticize, condemn, and push ends for which no compromise is sought and no valid claims of others are acceptable, it propagates hate and despair

Can You Keep Your Cool When Under Fire?

Kare Anderson | Posted 07.02.2014 | Healthy Living
Kare Anderson

When you most want to smash someone in the face or run out of the room, remember this irony. Cooling off someone else's anger can be a way to actually bring that person closer.

Who Pushes Your Buttons?

Judith Johnson | Posted 06.30.2014 | Healthy Living
Judith Johnson

Next time someone pushes your button, look inward instead of outward for the key to restoring your inner peace. Even if you can't stop yourself from reacting in the moment, take the time after the fact to explore your inner territory.

Thriving Through Letting Go

Mari Lyles | Posted 06.26.2014 | Women
Mari Lyles

My best revenge? Deciding to thrive... in spite of, and showing my ex-husband I was just as cool, sexy and fantastic (but more successful) without him than I was with him. Now that, ladies, was revenge.

Why Women Need to Stop Punishing Men

Daylle Deanna Schwartz | Posted 06.18.2014 | Women
Daylle Deanna Schwartz

When a relationship ends and the woman is angry about it, she'll often look for a way to hurt the guy. I hear women vowing like Lou's wife to "take him to the cleaners." Not only do they try to rape their husbands financially but they use the kids as pawns for revenge, which hurts the kids. And it actually hurts you.

7 Steps to Being Less Hard On Our Kids

Andrea Nair | Posted 06.18.2014 | Parents
Andrea Nair

The most important thing to remember is that we have a choice. We can actively choose to be friendly instead of harsh. The trick is to have a strategy in place. I call this a calm-down plan, which helps when you don't feel friendly.

Are You Addicted to Caretaking?

Margaret Paul, Ph.D. | Posted 06.16.2014 | Healthy Living
Margaret Paul, Ph.D.

I had been caretaking for so long that it was habitual and addictive. However, once I realized that it was controlling rather than loving, I became determined to heal this addiction. I'm happy to say that loving myself and sharing my love with others is what I do most of the time now, and it brings me great joy!

How To Turn Your Anger Into Compassion

OWN | Posted 06.13.2014 | OWN

Since reading Eckhart Tolle's "A New Earth," Beth says she has been able to release anger from her personal life. When it comes to all of the injustic...

Are You an Emotional Victim?

Margaret Paul, Ph.D. | Posted 06.09.2014 | Healthy Living
Margaret Paul, Ph.D.

None of us like to think of ourselves as victims. The term "victim" brings to mind a pathetic image of a person who is powerless. Therefore, it comes ...

Why We Hate

Dr. Nikhil Joshi | Posted 06.09.2014 | Healthy Living
Dr. Nikhil Joshi

I'm sitting in a hotel lobby. It's a hotel like many others in a place like many others. I'm people watching, waiting for my cab to arrive. I can't he...

Barbara Annis and Dr. Keith Merron on the Need for Gender Intelligence, An Exclusive Interview (Pt 4)

Jarod Cerf | Posted 06.05.2014 | Books
Jarod Cerf

Let's take a closer look at how pervasive our own blind spots are and see where, in society, we're most likely to change.

Choose Acceptance Over Anger for Your Kids

Elizabeth Denham | Posted 06.09.2014 | Divorce
Elizabeth Denham

After an incredibly difficult and emotional divorce (and aren't they all), I came to the conclusion that I did not want to live a life filled with anger.

Dealing With Temper Tantrums

Sheldon D. Newton | Posted 05.27.2014 | Healthy Living
Sheldon D. Newton

Anger and rage can destroy a person's ambitions, potential and dreams. It can even cost their life or the life of someone dear to them. This has been proven time and time again.

When Do You Know You Need Therapy and How Do You Pick a Therapist? Dos and Don'ts

Ann Rasmussen | Posted 05.27.2014 | Healthy Living
Ann Rasmussen

The more active and forthright you can be in addressing difficult issues, including about the therapy experience itself, the more productive your therapy will be.

On Being a Not-So-Peaceful Warrior: Lessons From My Mother's Diary

Peggy Tileston | Posted 07.23.2014 | Women
Peggy Tileston

Once again, I have to turn toward this war-like part of myself with curiosity and compassion so that I can train her, and train her well. I thought I had done most of that work, but opportunities for training and fine tuning my warrior self are on-going.

In Case People Yank Your Chain

Jennifer Boykin | Posted 07.20.2014 | Fifty
Jennifer Boykin

Each time you react to others by changing the way you would otherwise behave, you give them control over your life. This is true even if you act in defiance to the other person. In fact, this is probably ESPECIALLY true in that case.

Positive Divorce: From Blame to Forgiveness

John McElhenney | Posted 07.20.2014 | Divorce
John McElhenney

Positive divorce is a choice. And the process to get there requires time, insight, and often the help of professionals. But the alternative is bitterness and continued failings at love relationships as you make the same mistakes.

Confessions of an Adult Grudge Holder

Michael Rohrer | Posted 07.12.2014 | Gay Voices
Michael Rohrer

We can't go back. We can't change it. We can learn from the past and make better choices, or let the past keep us from growing. For me, those feelings have no place in my present.