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How To Deal With An Oversharer At Work (And Stop Yourself From Becoming One)
Being straightforward and kind is often the best approach. Here's how to do it.
Sharing is Caring
A digital artist helps the client choose a new artist rendering of a logo, advises them on a color scheme and helps them
Politics and the Psychotherapist
Jane Simon, MD
Writes a weekly blog, www.drsimonsays.blogspot.com
As a result, people's responses range from fear of bullying, to a dread of a Nazi Germany-style dictatorship, to concerns
Six Ways to Get More Happiness for Your Money
The Greater Good Science Center
Based at the University of California, Berkeley
In fact, that study found that the more we chatter about our experiential purchases, the more happiness we derive from them
Introverts And Grief
Nature and grief writer
People expect you to be emotional at the beginning of grief. Now is the time to share, because two years from now they won't be so willing to listen.
Climate Change This Week: Breakthrough in Home Solar Power, Redefining Resiliency, and More!
Mary Ellen Harte
Biologist, Author, and Consultant on Climate Change and Popula...
* * * @@ How Parents Can Help Prevent Teen Pregnancy * * There is, of course, much more news on the consequences and solutions
Spreading Media Positivity With The #ShareWhatMatters Campaign
Founder of HerTrack.com
We have the power in 2016 to determine what is trending. We can use that ability to shift the negativity on social media and change it into a tool for greatness.
Talk to Me: How Talking to Our Grandparents Can Make Us Better People
Author, Mother, Childbirth Educator, Certified Hypnotherapist,...
I'll still happily share "too much information" with anyone who will listen (or read) but I've finally settled into the sweet spot of relishing the words of others, and the wisdom layered under all those consonants and vowels.
Dare to Be 100: Next Door Neighbor, Jack
Walter M Bortz II MD
Clinical Professor of Medicine, Stanford University
One of my favorite words is "abudanza." Jack fulfills this word to an extreme extent in capital letters, unfortunately also
The Toy-Snatching Mother (She's a Friend of Mine)
We want our children to learn to share, right? To grow up and let the neighbors have some squash from the garden? Let a friend borrow their jacket on a chilly night... and not just because they want something in return, right?
Do you have info to share with HuffPost reporters?
How to Travel the World Doing What You Love
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5 Essentials to Achieving Something More Than Happiness
Former Journalist, Current PR Guy (with an MBA) and a mild cas...
But contentment does require intentional choice and directed effort. Here are five steps that anyone can take toward that goal.
6 Reasons Why I Don’t Force My Children To Share
CEO of The Best Deodorant In The World
Through the happy noise of children running, climbing, playing at a local park, I am with my son in the sand box… I hear
A Nighttime Awakening
Rewired First Woman!
While I still have my major faculties in tact (I hope!), as the years go by, and for those of you currently in less than ideal states of mind, how can we get a handle on this vary scary and serious business?
Shorts Founder Reveals What His Product Has that Snapchat Lacks
The best answer to any question
In other words, Shorts and Snapchat stories both help you share your day with friends, but there are subtle differences that
How to Teach Your Children Gratitude
20 Beautiful Women
Because of children's "do nothing to get everything" attitudes, they have become experts at craving entitlement, and behaving like brats. Simply put, they lack gratitude.
Help! My Child Won't Share: 3 Tips to Make Sharing Simple
Author, Educator, Innovator - Entrepreneur and Founder of The ...
My child won't share. The issue will either come up between siblings or when your child starts school. All of a sudden they can't keep all the toys to themselves and it's an emotional disaster.
GPS FOR THE SOUL
One Way Your Ego Trips You Up
Ed and Deb Shapiro
Mindfulness, Meditation, Yoga experts; Bestselling Authors: YO...
So every time we judge or find fault with another we are reinforcing a sense of separateness and isolation, we are allowing ego to create a gap between us, to make one better than the other.
Why I Won't Make My Child (or Yours) Share
Former business consultant turned mama, writer, and cookbook a...
Sharing, kindness, empathy, and politeness are all virtues I want to instill in my kids. But to bring up the topic of sharing when someone has just grabbed something from your kid is a sure-fire way to raise kids who won't want to share.
20 Love Lessons From Being Part of a Big Family
Sharing Media Featuring Kindness In All Its Varied Forms.
Share well with others or else. All 7 of us have experienced the "or else." Choose wisely before you dip into the black hole of "or else." What was said and discussed at the kitchen table stayed at the kitchen table.
A Startup Environment's Influence on Performance
Design Research Ph.D.; Author, 'Profit from Design'
Co-written by Johan Vardrup In the "Open office space - Closed offices" study at Rainmaking Loft, we found that startups
Author, ‘Weology’ | Former President and CEO, Tangerine
Why lie to my colleagues? Yes, it made me feel better, and sometimes that's okay. But they deserved to feel the elation they
GPS FOR THE SOUL
Why Getting Your Gifts Out Into the World Is Essential
An awesome soul committed to living in Love, shining my light ...
GPS FOR THE SOUL
Vulnerability at Its Finest
Business and Career Transition Coach
I thought about my heartburn from earlier that had passed. I realized that it was self-induced. I was so terrified of this class -- the vulnerability, the criticism and the judgement that I caused myself to have physical pain.
GPS FOR THE SOUL
Kindness: A Contagion Worth Catching
Debbie Lyn Toomey
Nurse, Author, Keynote Speaker, Facilitator, Reiki Master, Lau...
Over-sharing? Or My Special Needs Son's Soundtrack?
Rebecca Smith Masterson
Early-morning writer, adoptive mom, special ed lawyer, gifted ...
There is an ongoing debate in the online special needs community about over-sharing. Are we mom and dad bloggers stepping over the line when we share stories and details about our kids and their special needs? It's a heated debate, a thing, a downright brouhaha.
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