Change and how people deal with it
By: D. P. Noe
How employee react to change is variable. There are employee that will welcome change with open arms and the promised benefits of change. Then there are employees who are resistant to any type of change and want things to remain the way they have always...
Women and self-esteem
By: Todd Hicks
Do you want to do things that will earn you respect, acceptance and the opportunity to live a good life as a lady? You will learn how to boost your self esteem, respect yourself and gain respect. A good way for you to boost your...
How to put on your party face
By: Ann E. Smith
So it's the weekend, and you are invited to a friend's birthday party or your niece's engagement shindig? But, you are just not feeling up to it. How can you go about putting on your party face?First of all, you have to make up...
By: Olufemi Oyedele
Homo sapiens (man) are different in the way they think, see, feel, express opinions and treat others. We all have our moments of madness which is normal in our life as human beings. What is not normal is for our moments of madness to be...
By: Trenna Sue Hiler
There are many ways that the actions of others play into our lives. Confidence is the way we present ourselves to those around us. Self confidence is a goal because we are taking control of the situation. The confidence is coming from within as opposed...
Project Renaissance and the work of improving human intelligence
By: Pamela Olson
Upgrade Me Now, Please It is no longer a safe bet to assume that things will carry on as they have been up to now.Look in the mirror. We may be genetically just about identical to our ancestors, but our brains have given us...
Understanding dissociative identity disorder
By: Patrick Okoro
Dissociative Identity DisorderDissociative identity disorder (DID) Is the new academic term for the condition commonly referred to as multiple personality disorder, this condition is a widely misunderstood illness,Dissociative identity disorder is a very controversial illness, it is listed in DSM-1V, so it is considered...
By: Terry Mitchell
Many setbacks in life come to us through no fault of our own. We are just innocent bystanders who get blindsided by various calamities. However, we bring some of them on ourselves through our own actions or inactions. Here are five keys to avoiding these...
Things which make you angry
By: Terry Mitchell
I watch the TV news and I get angry. I really need to quit that. It's not good for my blood pressure. However, there are certain things that always get me going no matter how hard I try to ignore them. They get me hot...
Women and self-esteem
By: Heather Hogan
At what point in a woman's life is her self-esteem and self-respect so damaged that as an adult, or even a teen, her self-worth is so far in the gutter, and heading fast to the drain, that she can be physically and mentally abused and...

 

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