Anger Management – Stop, Look & Listen

The best way to manage anger is to release it from your mind and stop using it as a justification to attack others. SCROLL DOWN TO WATCH VIDEO

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Without loving acts, loving words are meaningless.

Talk is cheap. Talk is easy. Walking the talk? Not so much so. And yet massively more important, critically important to satisfying and sustainable relationships. If you care for someone, it's nice to tell them but more important that you show them in your actions, empathy, and your acts of compassion and consideration. SCROLL DOWN TO WATCH VIDEO

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Listen before you think. Think before you speak.

Oftentimes we are thinking of a response to someone before they have even finished talking. This isn't really listening because this does not allow for subtext to be "heard." So your communication is flawed. Best to listen before you think and then think before you speak. Rather than impulsively and recklessly retorting, consider what you want to say and choose your words wisely. SCROLL DOWN TO WATCH VIDEO

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How To Succeed

Want to succeed? Want to have successful relationships? A successful career. A healthy bank account? A healthy body? A happy mind? If so, then: Tighten up. Lighten up. Enlighten up. SCROLL DOWN TO WATCH VIDEO

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Humphrey Bogart? Who’s he?

The other day I spoke with a 38 year old woman who had no idea who Humphrey Bogart was. It made me realize that in this world we live in today where everybody wants to be famous, the fame, if attained, will eventually be made meaningless by the passage of time. And that perhaps what we should be striving for, above all else, is love, happiness and inner peace.SCROLL DOWN TO WATCH VIDEO

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Red Flags Be Damned! Full Steam Ahead!

Most of us are so desperate for relationships to happen in our lives, when red flags appear that suggest there might be trouble in paradise, we ignore them, overlook them, tell ourselves they won't be a problem. But they usually are a problem that will eventually explode in our face. Best thing to do? Pay attention to the red flags and save yourself a lot of time and heartache.

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Everybody Needs Anger Management

Anger is a much abused emotion. It serves a good purpose when it alerts us to the possibility of danger so that we can mobilize our energy. Fight or flight. But long after it has served this purpose as a signal device for our survival, we hang onto it and allow it to consume us. We use it as a weapon to manipulate, bully and terrorize others while justifying our actions by painting ourselves as the victims. To put it simply: anger is bad news and most of us, to lesser and greater degrees, spend way too much time being judgmental and rageful. To put it even simpler: anger hurts. forgiveness heals. SCROLL DOWN TO WATCH VIDEO

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Forgive Others Unconditionally and Without Exception

The true self-healing power of forgiveness requires that we put no conditions on our forgiveness and we make no exceptions. This means we forgive others regardless of whether or not they apologize or make amends or are nice to us. And we forgive everyone, rather than some and not others. We make no distinctions that some behaviors are unforgivable or that some people don't deserve to be forgiven. We forgive everyone unconditionally without exception for our own peace of mind.SCROLL DOWN TO WATCH VIDEO

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Express Your Love To Your Loved Ones

We tend to take our loved ones for granted. We don't treat them as well as we should. We are oftentimes angry and irritable with them. We are oftentimes selfish, rude, sarcastic and unloving. Best we stop behaving in these ways. Best we cherish them, nurture, them, support them and express our love to them in words, in deeds, in hugs. SCROLL DOWN TO WATCH VIDEO

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End Self-Sabotage — Read Carefully – Listen Carefully — Think Carefully

Want to stop sabotaging yourself? Take your time and read carefully. Stop whatever else you're doing and listen carefully. And think carefully: Consider all options and consequences before speaking and taking other actions. SCROLL DOWN TO WATCH VIDEO

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