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  • Distant Husbands Wake up!
    I'm cutting to the chase. Hope you are a guy reading this and taking action. These ideas were presented by Learner Phd. Guys, be as available to her as you would be to your top business client or best friend. If you need space, plan it with warning, inste...  more
  • Great Betrayals
    An article that will help if you are dealing with betrayal. It offers a novel perspective on the difficult position of the one who was betrayed. Adding to the feelings of humiliation, embarrassment and bitterness, the person who was betrayed was also robb...  more
  • Sleep 'cleans' the brain ...
    This research explains the housework that happens while we sleep. Unfortunately we are not talking about waking up and finding that our home has been thoroughly cleaned while we were with Morpheus. No such luck! This is about the necessary cleaning that o...  more

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  • The Running Shoe Myth
    Do you really need personalized running shoes? Plenty of shoe stores specialize in diagnosing your foot pronation type and recommending the ideal (usually expensive) sneakers for your feet. But is this really necessary? A recent study followed nearly a th...  more
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  • How Does Your Diet Affect...
    Do your eating choices dictate your mood? Researchers at Pennsylvania State University found that women who worry about their diets and self-image experience worse moods after exhibiting unhealthy eating behavior. This is connected to disordered eating, w...  more
  • Distant Husbands Wake up!
    I'm cutting to the chase. Hope you are a guy reading this and taking action. These ideas were presented by Learner Phd. Guys, be as available to her as you would be to your top business client or best friend. If you need space, plan it with warning, inste...  more
  • Art Therapy Ideas for Coa...
    Creativity heals us and builds our confidence, rapport and resourcefulness. When in a state of creative flow life and questions often take on a new perspective. If you have ever wondered how could you incorporate creativity into your coaching work or self...  more
  • Sleeping Ears
    How often do we actually experience the dead silence of night? How often do we experience any silence at all? The World Health Organization (WHO) found that environmental noise negatively affects almost the entire population of the Western European where...  more
  • Good Habits Beat Self-Con...
    Sometimes self-control isn’t enough. A new study issued in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology points out that our capacity for self-regulation is limited, especially when we are stressed or sleep-deprived. Habits, on the other hand, don’t re...  more
  • The underappreciated role...
    This article from The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition explains why building muscle mass is important to your health. It not only burns fat more effecively than doing cardio excercise alone, it is essential to staving off disease.
  • The Power of Love
    "Limerance is the psychological state of deep infatuation." Ellen Mcgrath points out the difference between real love and limerance. Anyone know what limerance means. She explains this to you. She also digs into the reason why we feel depressed and expect...  more

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  • Coaching College Freshmen
    A very exciting article showing how coaching college freshmen can prevent them from dropping in their first year while saving the colleges millions of dollars. A Stanford study shows that freshmen in the coached group were 15 percent more likely to still ...  more
  • Distant Husbands Wake up!
    I'm cutting to the chase. Hope you are a guy reading this and taking action. These ideas were presented by Learner Phd. Guys, be as available to her as you would be to your top business client or best friend. If you need space, plan it with warning, inste...  more
  • Gratitude Combats Teen De...
    Teaching a teen to show more gratitude may sound far fetched, but it could be very important to their mental health. Studies show that teenagers who feel more grateful also report higher life satisfaction, happiness, positivity, hope, and academic perform...  more
  • Women Impostors
    Dr Valerie Young, author and expert on the subject of Impostor Syndrome, studies the strong hesitation most women feel before accepting a significant promotion. She shows that hesitating before accepting a higher position might have to do more about not l...  more
  • Clearing Cache
    Very handy tool for clearing your cache.
    Command + R is the solution
  • Letter to my Daughter
    Dr Kelly Flannagan, Licenced Clinical Psychologist, and happy father of three, keeps a blog for his daughters full of wonderful opinions and personal advice. It's an inspiring journal from a dad who sees that the world we live in needs to be balanced to offer girls some space to move and conquer!...  more
  • Photography Heals
    Why should you pick up a camera and explore your backyard, reflections in a mirror, your kids faces, or even take a walk down the street and see what you mind find to photograph?...  ...  more
  • Walking for Happiness
    I like this author James Hardiman’s position. He states that the ground zero of our human emotions is not feeling nothing, instead it is feeling happy. When we begin with feeling happy than bigger emotions like passion can be reached. When we feel z...  more
  • Crying is a Turn Off to Men
    Many women have confessed to me a romantic daydream where their man gently wipes a tear from their cheek and says, "I love you." So, why doesn't this happen more often? Let's face it women cry for all kinds of reasons around their boyfriends, husbands and friends....  more
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The Need For a Seasoned Coach

Say you repeat the same mistakes for the 10,000 hours you are practicing, well, you will become gifted at making this mistake. To get better, while you need practice you also want to adjust your practice, to make less and less errors. This requires ...

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Why Work Less?

The benefits of working less have been proven many times and in all areas. Why are we still working so many long hours? This article tries to understand the dichotomy. Good ideas and facts to use with clients who are stressed over work, business... By ...
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Breathing and Helping PTSD

This article is a great reminder of how veterans suffering from PTSD can be helped through breathing meditation. Our breathing sends signals to our entire body and mind. When we learn to use our breathing to heal ourselves we also heal our anxiety a...

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How Successful People Stay Calm

"The ability to manage your emotions and remain calm under pressure has a direct link to your performance. Talent Smart has conducted research with more than a million people, and we’ve found that 90% of top performers ...

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Denmark, The happiest Country?

Something is no longer rotten in the state of Denmark! In September 2013, Denmark was crowned the happiest country in the world. This article introduces the 6 things Denmark does better than other countries. Denmark supports parents: the comparison ...

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  • The Case For Children's Poetry

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  • Heartfelt Holidays - Experiencing a Peaceful Christmas

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  • Overcoming that critical inner voice

    Ever underestimate what you can accomplish in a decade? Most people do.  As an SI coach I collect stories. So here is a timely one. Evan Gattis is now a World Series Champion catcher and DH for the Houston Astros. But less than a decade ago he was a janitor in Dallas. The story below picks up when he quit baseball. The two years before that he spent in college playing ball and developed an anxiety disorder that led to drugs and alcohol abuse. His mother sent him to a rehab program. After that he went back to college baseball but dropped out after a knee injury....  ...  more
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  • Depression and Mindfulness Research

    “The simplest definition of mindfulness is paying attention to one's experience in the present moment. It involves observing thoughts and emotions from moment to moment without judging or becoming caught up in them. During a practice session, when t...  more
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  • Unleash Your Feminine Power To Thrill Him

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  • Handling your first clients

    A few remarks on how to handle those first clients.
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    A few remarks on how to handle those first clients....  more
  • Hypnosis and Anxiety

    If you are a coach you've probably worked with clients who suffer from anxiety of some kind. And if you aren't a coach you've still probably known someone or you yourself have had anxiety symptoms. I know I have. I believe it is essential for all coaches ...  more
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