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Have you ever been blamed for the problem?

Have you ever been in a difficult relationship with someone, when you ended up with being blamed for all the problems both of you were experiencing? And in this situation, you have tried to resolve a conflict with this person, but instead of finding a solution, all your partner did was put the responsibility for the problems completely on your shoulders… When you are being constantly blamed for things that go wrongly in your relationship, no doubt you start feeling…

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How to successfully go through major life events

Since the time when you were born, you have been going through a series of major and minor transitions in your life. While growing up, you change each level of your education going to the next, more advanced, step. You change your interests, hobbies, people you are interacting with, and your career. Also, there are changes in your relationship status from single, married, divorced, dating, or widowed. Each shift brings new challenges, opportunities, possibilities, and potential failures. Sometimes the transition…

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Carrots, eggs, and coffee beans…

Some of you already know that my book The Solving Life’s Problems Workbook is in the process of being published. I am involved in the process of modification of some text. This activity makes me reading additional materials related to the topic to be sure that everything that I wanted to present to your attention. One of such books turned out to be Inspiration written by one of my favourite authors Dr. Wayne W. Dyer. I liked one of the…

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Speech patterns reveal stress

The words people use when they speak may give insight into their stress levels. In a study, researchers asked 143 participants to wear audio recorders that recorded the wearers’ speech at random times over two days. Then the researchers compared the speech patterns in those clips with a bio-marker of stress, looking at which genes were more or less active in the participants’ white blood cells. It was found that participants with more stress-related gene signatures such as increased activity…

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