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Define Yourself By What You Are For

Define Yourself By What You Are For

I remember having a conversation one day with a friend about country music. “I do NOT like country music,” she said emphatically. She was getting pretty worked up about it. I didn’t have a strong feeling either way about country music, but I listened patiently to her...
Don’t Expect Your Partner to Be a Mind-Reader

Don’t Expect Your Partner to Be a Mind-Reader

Sometimes we can get into trouble in romantic relationships if we expect our partner to “just know” what we need without us even having to ask. This is a romantic idea—the thought that you and your partner would be so in sync that you would meet each other’s needs...
3 Steps to Create a Helpful Ritual

3 Steps to Create a Helpful Ritual

There has been a lot of research that has shown connections between our physical body and our emotions. In other words, how we feel physically impacts how we feel emotionally, and how we feel emotionally impacts how we feel physically. We probably each have noticed...
How Anchoring and Adjusting Can Mess Up Your Life

How Anchoring and Adjusting Can Mess Up Your Life

There are several research studies in psychology that explore how our decisions and behaviors are influenced by the people around us. We might think we are independent and make our own individual decisions, but the research says we are more influenced by other people...
Don’t Cut Off The Ends of Your Ham

Don’t Cut Off The Ends of Your Ham

Sometimes we do things in life because they have always been done that way. Now, there isn’t anything wrong with tradition per se, and a lot of traditions have good reasons behind them. But some traditions can be harmful, so it’s important to evaluate them. The Story...
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