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How and Why We Avoid Discussing Our Flatlining Business
Surface designer, coach's wife, mom, blogger at www.ashleybehn...
I uttered, "Yes, the business is doing great! We just hit this milestone," when at the forefront of my mind disappointment, missed deadlines and unmet goals were blaring. The intent was not to speak half-truths, but why burden someone with how I'm feeling?
GPS FOR THE SOUL
The Real Fear in Fear of Failure: Part III
Dr. Jim Taylor
Adjunct faculty, University of San Francisco
Love Avoidance: Dance Partner to Love Addiction
Alexandra Katehakis, M.F.T.
Founder and Clinical Director, Center for Healthy Sex
Where the sex addict seeks to medicate his or her pain with episodes of sexual gratification and acting out, including promiscuity, using porn, exhibitionism or voyeurism, the love addict is more concerned with emotional gratification.
Building Blocks In Transit
Mom to three, wife to one, cancer patient, cancer caregiver, w...
I choose to believe that every challenge we face head-on isn't just important, it is essential to our development as individuals to grow and succeed emotionally. It is by turning those stones and filling in the mortar that we establish our strength.
Resist the Rescue!
Nora T. Akins
She provides a realistic approach and practical advice to crea...
Some managers, especially those new to the role believe they need to know everything. They see themselves as the answer-man or the go-to-person. This thinking unnecessarily reduces one's confidence and works against the role of manager, coach or leader.
A Deep Longing: An Interview With Michael Lowenthal, Author of
The Paternity Test
Michael Lowenthal's fourth novel,
The Paternity Test
, is a beautifully told story that brings myriad social issues to the forefront, and also manages to be a literary page-turner.
Anger Management: Avoid The Health Risks Of Blowing Your Top
A Day in the Strife of a Writer
Author, musician, retreat leader.
On my way to the studio I notice the path is partly blocked by an overgrown shrub, so I put the pliers down, go to the tool shed to get hedge clippers and trim back the intrusive plant. I go in and sit at my desk to prepare for the class.
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