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If I can't listen and learn from others, I am trapped in a very small box of my own life experience. If I can't see another
• Assumptions, • Beliefs, • Conditioning, and • Drives Instead of trying to eradicate bias completely, it's time to focus
Many of those spewing anti-gay rhetoric engage in gaslighting, which “is a form of mental abuse in which a victim is manipulated
For example, Ms. K. said to me, "If they like my sculpture, I fear I'll ultimately disappoint them with my next piece." 3
The Missouri legislature is currently considering the enactment of legislation that would define frozen embryos as human life.
Our strident, demanding voices are really filled with anxiety. We may be overwhelmed, but our kids don't know that. They
We are both members of The Esquire Network (TEN) and he has been mentioning that we seem to have very similar approaches to the practice of law and suggesting that we should discuss it further over breakfast. We did just that.
I don't think it is diminishing Christ's power for anyone to use whatever other possibilities exist to improve themselves physically or mentally. I don't think that it means a lack of faith or a lack of understanding in the bounty of the Atonement to try to lift yourself up to receive it.
I want to take this opportunity to thank all those involved in the production and development of Disney•Pixar's film "Inside Out." The film is named "Inside Out" because it is about the inner workings of the mind, which controls how people behave.
When I first started having kids, I wanted to be perfect. I wanted my little angels to be well-dressed and well-behaved. I wanted my house to be clean. I wanted them to eat healthy. Somewhere around my third child, I realized there's no such thing as perfect. I'm a slow learner.
Those experiences caused me to reflect on how I react. I asked myself, how can I better my responses to help defuse frustrating situations?
Instead of an assessment (which implies judgment) and advice (which implies expertise), what someone who's mentally distressed, in any context, needs first, mentally and emotionally, is some acknowledgment and support.
As it turns out, there are lots of good guys out there, hiding in plain sight. Here's how to spot them.
Religion aside, I firmly believe that those who argue that homosexuality is a choice do so in order to justify senseless beatings of gays and lesbians, and continued discrimination and mistreatment against them. I also believe without a doubt that it is a choice to be a nasty human being.
If one viewed a time-lapse film of American civilization in all its dimensions unfolding over the past 15 years or so, one would see terrible damage being done.
By not assuming that your initial thought about something is truth, it allows you to consider potential alternatives that explain an appearance or behavior. Therefore, you should give people the benefit of the doubt.
"We don't really think about this much, but judgments can come in the form of praise, as well..." Cue needle scratch/time freeze moment.