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This is true. Ive been guilty of refusing to look to maintain my anger.............Look deep

When you look deeply into your anger, you will see that the person you call your enemy is also suffering. As soon as you see that, the capacity for accepting and having compassion for them is there. - Thich Nhat Hanh this

30 Day Flat Belly Challenge Workout - This 30 day flat stomach challenge will help lose belly fat and get the flat stomach you have always wanted! by Shubert Deb

30 Day Flat Belly Challenge Workout - This 30 day flexat stomach challenge will help lose belly fat and get the flat stomach you have always wanted! by Shubert Deb

As toned arms never go out of style, you need to find a proper way to help you how to sculpt shapely, sexy, toned arms and will also target your shoulders and back. The workout for the arms should …

As never go out of style, you need to find a proper way to help you how to sculpt shapely, sexy, toned arms and will also target your shoulders and back. The workout for the arms should …

Emotionally Abusive Attitudes

Signs of an emotionally abusive relationship. No one else may know what goes on between the four walls. Abuse is sometimes done unnoticed by others. It is called Verbal Abuse!

MBTI/Psychological criticism connection -- "Best Jobs For Personality" Infographic

Best Jobs For Personality Infographic; Myers-Briggs personality types wow this hit the nail on the head & some say this Personality Test For A Job Is Inaccurate!

Ways to Reduce Stress at the Office

The 4 A's of Stress Relief This talks about what to avoid when dealing with stress and things that you should do. It tells you how to handle it and how to avoid the things that yo should be avoiding.

Relationship problems? Look for lessons within the conflict. ind out more about cleaning and decluttering your mind from the things that hold you back in Steve and Barries: "Declutter your Mind" self improvement book.

Considering these questions when dealing with a conflict allows empathy and self-analysis while remaining other-oriented. Managing information is one of the big factors in effectively managing a conflict.