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Thoughts about conflict …

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Photo by Ibrahim Rifath on Unsplash.com

Whenever you’re in conflict with someone, there is one factor that can make the difference between damaging your relationship and deepening it. That factor is attitude.
~ William James

How well do you listen?

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Photo credit – Couleur via pixabay.com

Do you listen well? How would you know? Really that is a judgement made by others. Listening is an act of generosity. This is a generosity that is not always evident.

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6 Tips for getting perspective on ageing

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Photo by Lotte Meijer on Unsplash.com

You are as old as you feel. That may be true but everything around us (media, advertising, society) says younger is better. Well – the inevitability of ageing is there – regardless of our youthful presentation. Here are some tips that will help you keep a youthful perspective!

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Thoughts about choice …

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Photo by Crawford Ifland on Unsplash.com

The only thing you sometimes have control over is perspective. You don’t have control over your situation. But you have a choice about how you view it.
~ Chris Pine

 

What’s your perspective on personal responsibility?

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Photo by dan carlson on Unsplash.com

Personal responsibility. It is something we start to grapple with as a child. And yet, there are many who seem to avoid it in life, instead opting to blame external forces for their own circumstances. I am not talking about children here. Or am I?

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Tips for dealing with change

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Do you like change? Genuinely? Or do you say you do, but reality is somewhat different? Change is part of life, and seems to be increasingly prevalent in all parts of life in more recent times. But, finding that you don’t deal with change well is not uncommon. You cannot always predict change or anticipate how well you will deal with it. Here are some tips that can help. 

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