Tag: behavior

Albert Einstein and Me – Different Takes on the Meaning of Marriage

A successful intimate relationship is one in which respect (self respect and respect for your partner) is more valued than blame, self pity, excuse making and projection; in which being intimate works better than wishing for it from your partner,

Sending Yourself Messages From The Future – Life Skills

Last month, I blogged about how to start your year off right with nutrition and exercise. To make such changes for the better, your motivation has to align with your direction.   And one of the best ways to find your motivation and change the way you take care of yourself is to look for…
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Get Energy From Exercise – Life Skills

In this week’s post, I’d like to tackle a tough subject that doctors often deal with in their patients. Exercise. There, I said it. And so far, you’ve survived it. Let’s find out if I can persuade you to do something more about it.

Learning The Lessons Of (Personal) History/Herstory Part 1

Anytime you have an experience, good or bad, in which you know that what you did effected the result, and then you mentally play it again in the same way, you increase the likelihood that the next time you’re in a similar situation, you will do an even better job of having the same reaction and result

Dr. K Quoted In Article On Chain (e)Mail

An article that includes a quote from Dr. Rick Kirschner, written by Joanne Richard, of Sun Media, on chain letters that you get in your email, has appeared quickly, (one might almost say virally) in newspapers across Canada and the world. It’s a fun read.

How To Stay Healthy This Holiday Season – Life Skills

To help you have a healthy as well as happy holiday season, I offer you the following recommendations, along with my best wishes to you and yours for an enjoyable season filled with love and gratitude.