A loving relationship can be an oasis in uncertain times, but nurturing it requires attention, honesty, openness, vulnerability, and gratitude.
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What if positive resilience to challenges like viruses went viral?
If you are excited, struggling, or fearful about your attempts at habituation, get real and see how long those new habits really take.
Tired of constant toxicity in your life? Mr. Rogers and David Brooks have good news about beautiful relationships in the neighborhood.
Part 5: How can you become your best self after narcissistic abuse? Answer: Come alive through interdependence.
It’s time to leave narcissistic abuse behind.
"How did I get into this tangled mess?" Answer: You were targeted by a narcissist and it's not your fault.
Part 2: Know and avoid the perfect storm of narcissism and predator abuse.
Are you tangled in a "toxic" relationship at home or work with a narcissist? Learn what narcissism really is. How do you get out of it or how can you manage it safely?
Could we help solve mass shootings through personal intervention and community participation?
Are you a "human resource" that only strives and survives at work? Become a "designated thriver" with a modicum of behavioral and responsibility adjustments.
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Tired of floundering without a clear personal and work identity? Take a positive flip forward.
Beat isolation, addiction, anxiety, and depression and build strong and healthy community. Make a new Declaration of Interdependence.
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David C. Strubler, Ph.D., is a Professor at Oakland University in Michigan.