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    Positive Resources for Dealing With Stress

    relaxedStress! Everything you’ll read about stress suggests there are both positive and negative ways of dealing with it. This implies there are correct and incorrect ways we should cope. In fact the situation regarding the best way to cope very much depends on what suits us, as well as the circumstances we are in at the time. Read more

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    How To Stop Jumping To Conclusions

    Negative response styles can lead to relationship breakdown

    Jumping to negative conclusions represents a bias in the way we think. But, if we can learn to see these features in ourselves it presents an opportunity to turn things around and to establish a more balanced perspective. So, here are a few examples to illustrate the point: Read more

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    How to De-Clutter

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    Clutter is a compulsive collection of things, most of them meaningless and useless. To de-clutter is to willingly take steps that will remove all or most of the clutter in your life. Because de-cluttering should be a practical and systematic process we can look at various aspects of your life: Read more

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    How to Avoid Negative Response Styles

    Negative response styles can lead to relationship breakdown

    How do you know if you’re using a negative response style? In any relationship the way a partner chooses to respond to good, bad or even mediocre news can have a big and lasting effect. It sends signals about reliability, trustworthiness, and the satisfaction. Read more

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    All Work Advice Isn’t Equal

    adviceWork advice, plenty of people offer it but how much is valuable? Actually this post, in part, is about management speak. Have you ever been exposed to it? It’s the sort of terminology where you wonder if you’ve been in a coma and the language has left you behind? Read more

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