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How to Behave Appropriately When You Are Angry

Everyone gets mad and the level of anger we succumb to can range from slightly irritated through to a full-blown hissy fit. Often, our anger makes those around us feel uncomfortable. Because of this, although you are entitled to feel your anger, it is imperative the way you express it (your behaviour) goes through some […]

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How to Stop Taking Things Personally

One sure fire tip for improving your communications and relationships with other people is to “stop taking things personally”. I saw a video article in the Daily Mail recently about a young man on a skateboard who accidentally knocked over a young 4-5 year old boy (the whole incident was caught on camera). He immediately […]

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Teaching Kids Problem Solving Life Skills

One of the most important life skills you can teach your children as they wander the lonely road of life, is how to solve life’s little problems on their own. This baby is gonna be used and constantly evolved throughout their lives. It’ll help them figure out what they want or need in life, how […]

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The Key to Resisting Temptation

Can you resist temptation or do you wish you were a little stronger-willed? Ahhh, Temptation. That silver-tongued little Inner Imp that makes all the naughty things in life sounds so hmm hmmmmm good! If Temptation has managed to get a little too much control over “Team You”, then maybe you need to start going about […]

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Decision Making without Regrets

There are decisions we all have to make every day. What shall I wear, eat, do today? Shall I apply for this job, stay where I am, ask for more money? Shall I pay this or that bill, move house, have kids, change course at Uni/College? There’s little doubt that some decisions are easier to […]

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Taming your Fifty Shades of Self-Sabotaging Thoughts

Every one of us at some point or another indulges in Fifty Shades of Self-Sabotaging Thoughts – and we’re not talking about the kinky stuff here either. We’re talking negative thinking, wo-is-me moments. We all get them but what’s really crazy is the amount of time we spend listening to the negative stuff that spouts […]

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CANDo Guide to Dealing with Criticism

I’ve got more bristles than a hedgehog and I’m the first to admit it. Someone’s only got to suggest something in a critical way and those varmints are up and at ‘em, standing to attention and setting off the alarm clocks of all my sleeping inner imps, whether it’s Doubt, Self-Defence, Self-Confidence… It’s truly amazing […]

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Team You and your Inner Imps – Part 2 The Main Players

The list of Inner Imps that make up “Team You” is huge-ola and if they all got together at the same time, you’d have one heck of a party going on in your head and end up a complete mess-o-stress. The influence of Inner Imps waxes and wains at different points in our lives and […]

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