I had a patient tell me that his mother hotly demanded this of him this so often he began to believe there really was something deeply wrong with him. It took years for him to [...]
You never? Uh huh. This phrase is a way to shift attention from yourself, your foibles and faults by pointing out the mistake(s) of someone else. When you appraise the sin levels of others you're [...]
These are comments of indifference. It's like saying you could care less. Instead you might ask some thought-provoking questions like, "What is most important to you in this situation?" "How would such-and-such decision make a [...]
Hi to all the fabulous people who attended Discover Your Creativity workshop at Point Loma Presbyterian Community Church. Here’s your questionnaire. You have your score sheets, and if you didn’t get one, email me (using the Contact menu) and I’ll send it to you. It was great fun being with you. Keep your creative energy flowing! Connect with me on Facebook & Twitter, Marie
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How to Be Happy in an Unhappy World unveils the secret to finding and maintaining true happiness--you. Based on solid biblical principles and the most up-to-date scientific brain research, this book unlocks the door to freedom from depression, anxiety, frustration, and despair. It includes revealing self-discovery questions, short quizzes, and practical how-to lists that will enable you to discover an inner radiance and happiness that cannot be extinguished.
These phrases can be off-putting because they're indicating someone's really stupid for not remembering something that was said earlier. Why not be diplomatic and say what you have to say in an interesting new way? [...]