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THE HUFFINGTON POST: First Dates and Trump Tapes: Fighting the New Norm of Foreplay

Women Who Want Respect Do Not Want Trump Whatever political side one chooses, it is plain to see that fear is a strong element in the psychology of both sides.  Those of us who use social media are seeing something that looks worryingly like civil war. But with his outwardly decaying dialogue on women’s issues, it is clear that Trump […]

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THE HUFFINGTON POST: Get Out Of Your Head And Trust Your Gut

Your body is talking – are you listening? The whole of our body, including your brain, is intuitive. As children, we learn to recognize this fact and use it. Children do not need to analyze their bodies, because they do not have the capacity to comprehend or interpret it- they just naturally accept it. Our […]

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THE HUFFINGTON POST: Taking One Minute May Save Your Career

How different would your whole life be if only you had taken just one more minute at some point earlier on? How much more fruitful would your career be had you only listened to that nagging whisper, that one unexpected word, when a crisis was unfolding? If you find yourself dealing with a particularly toxic […]

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Speaking Out: Shame and Sexual Assault

The phrase ‘sexual violence’ has high currency now and, tragically, it’s use appears to be on the increase. It is a situation that achieves one distinct objective, to intentionally injure and sexually assault a person, without his or her consent. There is not enough compassion, respect, and equal treatment in most of our dealings towards […]

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Writing from the Soul: How Your Story Defines Your Self

Why do so many of us feel like our lives are fictions that need revision? It’s because every one of us has a specific, unique story that we tell ourselves about ourselves: This is our ‘go-to story’. Our individual, internal self-narrative defines our entire world. Our stories shape the context in which we view what […]

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How to Get Over Your Breakup – Without Playing the Villain

You’re all torn up, but you’re finally ready to let go of a past love… Until those nagging thoughts intrude again, and suddenly what is true and what is false are shaken up. Your mind becomes a blur. You phone a friend or two for advice. You can’t remember why you called. You find yourself […]

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Channeling Your Inner Beyoncé: How to Find Yourself Through Music

Forget Beyonce, Madonna, Whitney or even the infamous Janet. This is your moment to shine. Imagine you’ve been invited to sing at the Super Bowl halftime show. You, on stage, before the world. The sun warms a slight chill in the air. You’re feeling strong, powerful, fresh, and present. At this moment, you get to […]

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