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psychology

How therapeutic change becomes you

10.19.2011

Research shows that therapeutic change comes about quicker and feels deeper if three things are perpetually and mindfully present in the dialogue and encounter between a psychologist/counsellor and a client:  BOND, GOALS AND METHODS.  I’ve found in my counselling work that sagebrush outpatient of the therapy session stifles the client’s spirit and inhibits the flow of our encounter, so, my […]

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What’s Lucid Dreaming All About?

03.29.2011

We often ‘day dream’ as we fall off to sleep.  Lucid dreaming is different – it takes place when we are actually asleep.  At some time, during your 90-minute sleep cycle most of us, will almost always begin dreaming.  In an 8-hour night sleep, you’ll have 40 to 50 minutes of dreaming in each 90 […]

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Helping Entrepreneurs Take the Next Step

03.15.2011

In my years of study, and also throughout the years of my life, I’ve found that entrepreneurs typically have one major trait in common; they are driven.  An entrepreneur is, for the most part, someone who has set their goals and pushes towards those goals.  They make the world happen and they just keep on […]

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5 Secrets to Make Change Positive

02.18.2011

by: Maurine Patten Change – it seems to be all around us. Not only is it affecting your budget, it is also affecting your work environment and possibly your social and personal life. If you are not directly affected, some of your friends are. There are five secrets which will help you manage the current […]

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How to Leverage Positive Thinking and Positive Communication

02.11.2011

by: Christopher Groscurth There is good empirical research supporting the fact that communicating and thinking positively are important for fostering extraordinary performance in work and life. Dr. Barbara Fredrickson, a professor of psychology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and author of Positivity (Random House), has conducted research that supports the fact […]

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Increase Your Passion and Positivity Now

02.04.2011

by: Paul M. Kerr Wake up every morning and look forward to rolling out of bed and jumping into action. Is it really possible any more or is it just a distant dream?

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Positive Discipline, Positive Thoughts, and Contributing Positivity

01.31.2011

by Sean N. Burrows In this article, I will be explaining the importance of, and how to improve positive discipline. And why it is so important to contribute as much positivity to the universe whenever possible.

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Positive Psychology in Practice

01.28.2011

by: Sean M. Kelly “I had the blues because I had no shoes until upon a street I came across a man who had no feet!” Unknown Many people are facing very tough challenges in their lives today. Some are even resorting to end it all as the whole financial foundation on which they based […]

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A New Branch of Psychology Called Positive Psychology Focuses On The Bright Side

01.24.2011

by: Michelle Conner You might not be able to buy happiness, but there’s a good chance you can learn more about it on a college or university campus. There’s a relatively new branch of psychology known as positive psychology, and it looks at people who enjoy good psychological health. A 2008 article in Business Week […]

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Let the Umbrella of Positivity Defend Negativity

01.17.2011

by: Patricia M. Hines Positivity or the attitude of positiveness is an umbrella to protect you from negative influences. What actually is going on around you has nothing to do with your perception of what is happening.

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