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Giving People Space

It is said that attention is the currency of relationships, but we have to spend it wisely. While clearly a relationship cannot work if we never spend time with that person, it’s similarly true that a relationship cannot work if we always need to spend time with that person. Too much of any one person […]

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How to Become a Master of Nonverbal Communication

Nonverbal communication is the process of sending and receiving messages between two or more people without the use of words. We can communicate in a variety of nonverbal ways including through our posture, gestures, facial expressions, touch, eye contact, and vocal intonation. Research suggests that nonverbal communication makes up over 60-70% of all that we […]

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The Ripple Effect of Kindness

The world can seem like a really cruel place sometimes. And as individuals we often want to make a positive difference in anyway we can. But we also get discouraged easily. We see war, violence, poverty, rape, starvation, abuse, and disease at every turn, and we feel like there’s little we can do to try […]

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Pay Attention to the Feedback You Get in Life

Our minds are a lot like a feedback loop. We process information from our environment, we respond to it through our actions, and then we get new information back based on the effects of those actions. This cycle continues as we continue to adapt and change to new situations in our lives. One key to […]

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The Power of Asking Yourself Questions

Humans have an incredible capacity to reflect on their own self – their thoughts, emotions, habits, and relationships. It’s exactly this self-awareness that makes us so intelligent and gives us the ability to adapt to our environment so effectively. One of the most useful tools we have while reflecting is the power to ask ourselves […]

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