Archive: March, 2014

Shame and Guilt

Tuesday, March 25th, 2014 by Hale Dwoskin

Do you sometimes give yourself disapproval and punish yourself for what you believe are your mistakes? Do you sometimes think it must be your fault even if others disagree? Do you sometimes think you must be wrong or bad?

Does this sound familiar? If you have ever felt like this, you are probably feeling share or guilt. You are not alone and there is real and lasting help in the form of The Sedona Method.


Why Do Couples Argue?

Tuesday, March 18th, 2014 by Hale Dwoskin

No relationship is perfect, and all couples argue from time to time, but if the arguing becomes excessive — to the point where you’re arguing more than you’re getting along — it can threaten the core of your relationship, easily leading to divorce. Learn how to stop bickering in a relationship!


How to Remember Names: Nine Tips to Help You Never Forget a Person’s Name

by Hale Dwoskin

Remembering the names of people you meet is an incredibly important skill. In the workplace, forgetting the name of a key customer or superior could easily put your job at risk (or at the very least cost you your promotion). On the personal front, forgetting an old friend’s name is not only embarrassing, it could cost you the camaraderie of a good pal.

If you find that you have trouble remembering names, whether they belong to people you’ve just met or those you haven’t seen for awhile, remember that recalling names is a skill you can learn, and here’s how.


Feel Unappreciated in Your Job, at Home or Elsewhere?

Tuesday, March 11th, 2014 by Hale Dwoskin

You feel you put in your best effort at work, try hard to please your spouse and kids, and always fulfill other obligations in your life, too; yet no matter how hard you try, you simply don’t feel appreciated. While most of us have felt unappreciated at one time or another, if you feel distraught often because of this, then you are in a dangerous place, not only mentally but physically as well.

A person who feels they continually put in a lot of effort that is, in turn, taken for granted, is a ticking time bomb to which one of two things is likely to happen. One, the person may work overtime trying to please those around them (to get the positive response they rightfully crave), or, two, the person may start to resent their efforts and give up trying altogether.


Inner Peace

Wednesday, March 5th, 2014 by Hale Dwoskin

Beyond wealth, beyond autonomy, even beyond happiness, if you have inner peace you can feel that all is right with the world. It’s the place where nothing can bring you down; make you angry or cause you harm, because inside you are all right.

And it’s the place so many of us need now, more than ever.