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  • How To Get Along With Parents
    How to Make Peace with Your Parents — And Just About Anybody Else How to Make Peace with Your Parents — And Just About Anybody Else

    How to Make Peace with Your Parents — And Just About Anybody Else

How to Make Peace with Your Parents — And Just About Anybody Else

“It’s always something or your mother,” as Wynona Judd is fond of saying.  I guess she should know.  She and her mother Naomi Judd were one of the most successful duos in country music history, and the backstory of their complicated relationship has been well documented on reality TV.  

By |May, 17th, 2019|Happiness, Personal Growth, Relationships, Resilience|Comments Off on How to Make Peace with Your Parents — And Just About Anybody Else
  • Lonely?  You’re Not Alone Lonely?  You’re Not Alone

    Lonely? You’re Not Alone

Lonely? You’re Not Alone

What could possibly be more hazardous to your health than obesity, drinking excessively or smoking up to fifteen cigarettes a day?  Does it surprise you to know that it’s loneliness? (more…)

By |July, 16th, 2018|Happiness, Relationships|Comments Off on Lonely? You’re Not Alone
  • Learning From Our Worst Conversations [video] Learning From Our Worst Conversations [video]

    Learning From Our Worst Conversations [video]

Learning From Our Worst Conversations [video]

Some conversations just don’t go very well. You know the ones — you were completely blindsided by someone or totally lost it yourself.

 

Conversations are not what we think they are. On the surface it may look like we’re engaging in a simple “ask and tell” trading of information, but neurological and cognitive research reveals something very different. From […]

By |September, 28th, 2017|Relationships, Success|Comments Off on Learning From Our Worst Conversations [video]
  • How Givers Get Ahead — Way Ahead [video] How Givers Get Ahead — Way Ahead [video]

    How Givers Get Ahead — Way Ahead [video]

How Givers Get Ahead — Way Ahead [video]

I couldn’t help but be surprised when I heard Dr. Alex Gerrasimides mention that her husband, Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer, encountered some blowback when he signed a resolution committing to a multi-year Compassionate Louisville campaign on November 11, 2011.

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By |April, 5th, 2017|Relationships, Success|Comments Off on How Givers Get Ahead — Way Ahead [video]