Silence, withdrawal, sniping, and forgetting things are all passive-aggressive ways of engaging in conflict. Here’s how to handle it. ___ By Rachelle Although it takes two to resolve conflict, a divorce provides endless opportunity for conflict to continue. Even if your divorce finalized years ago, anger and resentment may show through small (or large) acts […]
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We are destined to be moved, to witness injustices, to be pushed right out of our places of comfort. For some reason.
6736130025_ac5e197e22_bWhen it comes to food, believing that you have no self-control can be a self-fulfilling prophecy.
What happens when an angry bird realizes he doesn’t have to be angry? ___ For many of us, anger seems to be a reflex reaction? But we actually have a choice.Photo—AishVideo/YouTube
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So, what are we talking about here? We’re talking about making the right decisions.
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“And just because a person doesn’t exercise self-control doesn’t mean you should be treated less than a human being.”
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