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How Do I Work with My Fear of Other People’s Anger? – Meditation Article

You can’t stop people from being angry at you, advises Insight Meditation teacher Gina Sharpe, but you can change how it makes you feel. Photo by Jonathan Emmanuel Flores Tarello. Question: Buddhists talk a lot about working with your own anger, but what about other people’s anger? One of my main problems in life is that I’m afraid people will get angry at me. That makes me vulnerable, lack strength, and fear conflict. I am easily hurt by anger, and…

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Some Advice I Give Myself Over and Over, About My Romantic Relationship. – Self Improvement Article

I love my husband Jamie with all my heart. But as research shows—and I’ve found this in my own experience—married couples often treat each with less courtesy than they show to friends, or even strangers. I find it all too easy to snap at Jamie, to read my email while I’m talking to him on the phone, or to get annoyed by some of his habits. I remind myself often to take good advice—that I know perfectly well! Here are…

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How to Know If You’ve Found Your Perfect Match Or It’s Time to Move On

Reading time: Less than a minute We’ve all experienced moments of unsureness, angst, or resentment with our relationships. Perhaps these moments have even lead you to question whether you’re even still in love or if your significant other is really the right one for you. In this insightful video, Abraham-Hicks explains what you should do. And how you should know if you’ve found the “perfect” match. Their…

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50 Valuable Pieces Of Advice For Anyone Turning 18

If you are turning 18 this year, you should follow this advice from Ask Reddit.  1. You’re still a kid, and will realize over the years that you still will be a kid until around 30. Even then you’ll still have days where you wonder about your maturity (I’m 34, still wondering myself). Get a credit card and put regular monthly expenses on it. Pay it off every month. It’s not the end of the world to have a balance…

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3 Deceptively Simple Ways to Overcome Your Fears

What are you scared of? Oh, don’t shake your head and say, “Nothing!” We are all scared of something – it could be fear of something real like mice and cockroaches or fear of the possibility of something going wrong – like feeling humiliated while addressing a crowd.  In this article, you will be taken through a three step process of understanding why you are scared of something, what to do about it and finally how to overcome it. 1. It’s…

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5 Simple Ways To Be Happier

What is the one thing we all want? To be happier. As surprising as it sounds, achieving it isn’t so difficult. Don’t believe us? Read on to find out. Here are 5, simple, actionable tips to inculcate to become a happier version of yourself! 1. Get some exercise  Source – http://yourmedguide.com A point we have been trying to make time and again. Basically, when you exercise, endorphins, or feel good hormones are released. Research shows that just 30 minutes of walking could…

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Don’t Make Important Decisions Out of Desperation : The Art of Non-Conformity

Work One of the best things about having more than one source of income is that it provides security when something goes wrong. You’re not dependent on your employer—so that even if a job loss would be a major problem, at least it wouldn’t be an all-out disaster. But what if you don’t have that security set up, and you lose your job… what do you do? Here’s how a reader is experiencing this situation: “I am currently in a…

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Use gamification to increase your daily word count

Some years ago, after I repeatedly found myself still playing at five o’clock in the morning, I had to wipe Skirim off my hard drive. When I did, the deinstallation program asked me if I wanted to keep my saved games, and I immediately clicked no—to prevent second thoughts from taking shape into my mind and persuade me that the saved games were just harmless files that I could keep and be safe nonetheless. To this day, the same happens…

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