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The Value of Respect in the Workplace

Posted by:   |  Mar 10, 2020

Respect is one of the core values in the workplace. We become so familiar with words that we use every day, that we believe that we know implicitly what they mean. This list may serve as a good reminder what respect in the workplace means. Treat people with courtesy, politeness, and kindness. Encourage coworkers to express […]...  Read more


Why You Need to Define Boundaries in a Marriage

Posted by:   |  Feb 18, 2020

A key to healthy marriage is having respectful boundaries. Without mutual respect and clear boundaries, you won’t receive the genuine love and support you look for in a marriage. If someone isn’t willing to respect the boundaries you’ve defined, you’re going to be trapped in a relationship full of gaslighting, chaos and anxiety. You’ll start […]...  Read more


ANGER AND IMPULSE CONTROL

Posted by:   |  Aug 19, 2019

In general, impulsive behavior can be defined as the tendency to act automatically or habitually with minimum effort. The impulsivity is a mindless action driven by the need to satisfy an immediate urge or need, yet without foresight and deliberation. Governing our impulse allow us to overcome or resist an urge, temptation, that may harm […]...  Read more


Anger in the Service of Love

Posted by:   |  Jul 11, 2019

Fred Rogers in his great little book The World According to Mister Rogers wrote: “The values we care about the deepest, and the movements within society that support those values, command our love. When those things that we care about so deeply become endangered, we become enraged. And what a healthy thing that is! Without […]...  Read more


Millennials pamper pets not babies

Posted by:   |  Jun 24, 2019

Young generations of Americans are less likely than previous generations to own a car or a home, less likely to be married and more likely to get divorced. Yet, the new generations, particularly the millennials, have a tremendous lead over the baby-boomers in one area: pet ownership. This new generation may be called the “dog-boomers.” […]...  Read more


Emotional Regulation – Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Techniques

Posted by:   |  May 30, 2019

Emotional Regulation is not just stopping action tendencies before you act in a foolish/unproductive/unbeneficial way. It is an integral part of the entire emotional mechanism to include other components of the regulation process. It includes dealing with the object that triggers the emotion (avoiding a car in our path). It includes managing biased appraisal with […]...  Read more


Marriage with a Large Age Difference Between the Spouses

Posted by:   |  May 09, 2019

While there is variation across cultures in the size of the difference in age-gap couples, in western countries romantic couples with a large age gap often raise eyebrows and may come with social disapproval. While general research suggests that marriage with a wider the age gap, has a lower chance of success and a lower […]...  Read more


Anger as a Primary and a Secondary Emotion

Posted by:   |  May 07, 2019

Primary emotions are emotions that we feel first, as a first automatic reaction to a situation. For example, if we are threatened, we may feel fear or anger. When we experience lose, we may feel sadness. Primary emotions are unthinking, instinctive responses that we have. We will typically see these in animals also, which confirms […]...  Read more


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