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What are YOUR character strengths?

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence

The University of Pennsylvania is the home of the Positive Psychology Center headed by Dr. Martin Seligman. If you are interested in the strengths and virtues that help you thrive,  this is a site for you. It’s a new and fresh way to look at human behavior. The site goes into great detail about what […]

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OneBlood Implements HemaTerra’s Systemwide HemaConnect CRM in 120 days

Integration of HemaTerra Technologies native mobile app and telecruitment dialer tackles multiple centers, states, regions, divisions and time zones.

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How Our Egos Create Drama in Our Relationships (and How to Avoid It)

“The ego is the false self-born out of fear and defensiveness.” ~John O’Donohue

I started a new relationship in December 2015, then moved countries to be with my Swedish partner in August, 2016.

The last year has been life changing …

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New Book Release Provides #CommonSense Campaign Advice

New book release from LaKesha Womack provides #CommonSense Campaigning advice for candidates seeking political office

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Long Island Financial Advisor Howard Ginsberg Honored at Cetera Financial Specialists Conference

Howard L. Ginsberg, CPA of Ginsberg Wealth Management, LLC was one of only two individuals in New York to ever receive this honor for 13 consecutive years.

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How to Dissolve Social Anxiety by Doing Nothing

“Your thoughts have to understand one thing: that you are not interested in them. The moment you have made this point you have attained a tremendous victory.” ~Osho

“What do you do when you go out alone to the forest …

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Tomato Chutney Omelette

The slow decent into fall has started in our home. There’s been a couple nights with the windows wide open (a welcome relief), school is back in session, and my itch to can is in full-force. In the past few weeks I’ve managed a few different pear items and pickles. Up next: tomatoes. This tomato [...]

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Our Words Have Power (So Speak Kindly To and About Yourself)

“I monitor my self-talk, making sure it is supportive and uplifting for myself and others.” ~ Louise Hay

Three years ago, I ended up with no work in a foreign country. I was almost depressed, as I didn’t know what …

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Why I Drank, How It Destroyed Me, and How I’m Healing My Self-Hatred

TRIGGER WARNING: This post deals with an account of sexual assault and self-harm and may be triggering to some people.

Hi, I’m Adriana and I’m an alcoholic.

When I look back at my life, I realize it was inevitable that …

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Lost in the Sea of Information

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence

In this technological age, information is at our fingertips—quite literally it’s  just a keystroke away. The question is, how good is the information you receive? Can you count on its validity and reliability? Are you lost in the sea of information? Lost in the sea of information Let’s just talk about information regarding the subject […]

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