Loneliness is a complex problem of epidemic proportions, affecting millions from all walks of life.
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Better communication through a better understanding of behavior
Beverly D. Flaxington
In times of powerlessness, here are five ways to exert your positive energy and power.
If you are a person who wants to be respected because you're deserving of respect based on your qualities, here are 5 ideas about how to be a respected person.
Have a difficult boss? If you are considering quitting your job just to get away, realize that there are other options.
Five ways you can do all of the things you need to do—and step out of the mad rush.
If you seek authenticity and want to bring alignment to your beliefs and your actions, some of these ideas might work for you.
Refuse to give in to bullies who want to drag you down with these five ideas for rising up and being the kind of person you were meant to be!
Six ideas to take charge of what you can control and focus your energies there.
Five things you can do if you find yourself in a relationship where you think you can to make your partner care but they don’t respond.
Consider these five things when you have to spend your holidays around those who irritate or upset you.
If you are a parent of a sexual assault victim and not sure what to do, here are some ideas that could be helpful in your journey.
5 steps to stop letting the rush rule win and start turning your attention to what’s along the way.
Time won't stop so start managing your time and making your days more fulfilling with these 8 things!
Don't beat yourself up; instead follow these five steps to pull yourself up and get back to making important progress.
Encounter behavior that seems to be absurdly out of place? Ever say, “that person is crazy!"? Here are some drivers you might interpret as negative or “crazy”.
Five ways to get you back on track to motivation and commitment to take the steps you need to take. Move forward!
Consider these six keys to confident presenting as you work to lower your anxiety around public speaking. Try and put the focus on your audience.
Learn to deal with difficult people and move to a stronger place when dealing with them with these FIVE steps!
Consider these five ways to move yourself away from the negative overtones and undertones and back to a centered, peaceful place.
Consider these steps if you are a giver and need to start taking more, that is, taking care of yourself!
Start treating yourself like you’d treat a good friend and separating who you are from what happens to you with these 4 steps
Everyone will be disappointed somehow in life. Try these four things to help prepare yourself.
Have regrets? Take these 5 steps to stop looking back and get your eyes back on the road to focus on where you're going.
If you are on a quest to greatness, it’s first necessary to consider what you are aiming for and how you define success once you get to the position of “great”!
Adults who can recognize children as teachers can learn some life skills that might improve their own life experience.
Take charge of your situation and develop successful skills on mastering working for a difficult boss that may help you reach the next level within the organization.
Try these calming techniques to become more powerful when it seems that anxiety has you in its grip and you can’t release yourself.
Have you ever learned how to roll with the punches or get along with others? It’s never too late to learn new tricks. Here are 5 steps you can take to sharpen your soft skills.
The voices you heard growing up can play a role in your negative self-talk. Take these four steps to shift them into something more positive.
It’s important when goal setting or defining a future state to first experience, right now, the “why?” behind what you want to do. Whose goal is it and why does it matter?
5 things you can do to turn your attention outward and give yourself and your gifts to others.
Beverly D. Flaxington teaches at Suffolk University.