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Overcoming loneliness

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Overcoming loneliness To feel lonely is to be overwhelmed by an unbearable feeling of separateness, at a very deep level. From our earliest childhood, as awareness of our separateness dawns on us, the need to seek relationships begins. We need other people throughout our lives. And all of us, at various times, may feel anxious, abandoned, unloved and insecure. In other words, when we feel lonely. It's possible to overcome loneliness, if you really want to. But it will take time and energy. You will need to think about why you feel this way and what steps you can take to overcome it. Learning to be alone Are you someone who panics when left alone? Do you feel an overwhelming need to seek others out just to avoid inner loneliness? Then, you might need to spend sometime learning to feel relaxed in your own company. But it will mean facing difficult feelings that you've been trying to avoid. You may need to focus to on what kind of person you really are, and wh

The Art of Feminine Presence - a quick, easy exercise for you

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The Art of Feminine Presence - a quick, easy exercise for you Rachael Jayne Groover, author of the book "Powerful and Feminine" quick and easy exercise to increase your personal presence immediately, so you can walk into any room and attract the attention you want Wendy Mason is a career coach.  She helps people reach their goals and aspirations, without sacrificing their home and personal life.  Before working as a coach, Wendy had a long career in both the public and private sectors in general management and consultancy as well as spells in HR.  She now divides her time between coaching and writing. You can contact Wendy at  wendymason@wisewolfcoaching.com  and find out more at  http://wisewolfcoaching.com Related articles How to Deal with a Flirtatious Coworker! Winning Friends In A Crisis - How To Manage Communications When Things Go Wrong! Inspiring Quotes on Courage Are you shy? Learn how to make friends in new situations. Will Smith On The Law Of At

Randy Pausch Lecture: Time Management

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Randy Pausch Lecture: Time Management Randy Pausch learned that he had  pancreatic cancer  in September 2006, and in August 2007 he was given a terminal diagnosis:  "3 to 6 months of good health left". He   died of complications from pancreatic cancer on July 25, 2008.This talk is truly inspirational and it is fun. Carnegie Mellon Professor Randy Pausch gave a lecture on Time Management at the University of Virginia in November 2007. Randy Pausch -- http://www.randypausch.com  -- was a virtual reality pioneer, human-computer interaction researcher, co-founder of Carnegie Mellon's Entertainment Technology Center --  http://www.etc.cmu.edu  -- and creator of the Alice -- http://www.alice.org  -- software project. The slides for this lecture and high-res downloadable versions of this and other lectures can be found at: http://www.cs.virginia.edu/~robins/Randy/ . Related articles Dealing with anger - advice from the Dalai Lama Twenty-five Signs You Have Gr

The Ten Pillars for Emotional Resilience

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Emotional Resilience is a one of the most important skills we can have - this short clip describes the ten characteristics of emotional resilience and the value of training to develop it. The Ten Pillars for Emotional Resilience If you are serious about personal development, particularly personal development and your career, I think you will find our new programme interesting. It is at this link   http://gettingtherewithwisewolf.com/ Wendy Mason is a career coach working mainly with managers and professionals who want to make that jump to senior level while maintaining a good work/life balance. Before working as a coach, Wendy had a long career in both the public and private sectors in general management and consultancy as well as spells in HR.  She now divides her time between face to face coaching, and coaching and blogging on-line. You can contact Wendy at W Wendymason@wisewolfcoaching.com  and find out more at  http://wisewolfcoaching.com Related articles Learnin

Learning To Share

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 (Photo credit: Wikipedia ) Now I’m an only child. There lots of advantages to being the only one – lots of encouragement and love was focused on me. But there also disadvantages. One of the main ones for me was that I didn’t really learn fully how to share, with goodwill, until I was quite grown up. And that can present lots of issues in forming good and stable friendships and relationships Some small children share without being asked and without any further intervention from anyone else. But, learning to share can be hard for most children. And certainly it can be hard when you have no siblings. Young children tend to think about themselves and what they want or need for survival. Thinking about the needs of others is the beginning of learning to share. You can’t expect two- and three-year-old children to share. They are still working out how to meet their own needs. By age four, many children will share some of their things. By age six or seven, children begin to unders

Relationships – when your friends don't like your partner!

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Relationships – when your friends don't like your partner! When your friends or relatives don't like the person you have chosen to with, what do you do? Well, first of all, you are not alone! Many of us have been through the same experience. And many of us we have found ourselves not liking the partners that our friends have chosen. So what can you do? Most important, you need to know why! Don't just respond by dismissing your friends' concerns. Try to find out what it is about your partner that bothers them. Are they feeling left out and neglected? Are they afraid that your relationship with your partner will have a big effect on your relationship you have with them? Are they feeling feeling confused and neglected, because you are making much less time for them. If they are alone, or in an unhappy relationship, is your happiness with your partner painful for them to bear. You won't know until you talk to them. But you do nee