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HOW TO BE A GOOD COMMUNICATOR

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Think of the last time you had an argument with someone you cared about. Did you raise your voice? What was your body language? Did you interrupt? Was there resolution to the disagreement? Too often people don’t understand how to communicate, which unfortunately results in relationships becoming strained or even falling apart.

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Jeannette M. Gagan
Thanks for sharing Mary. Your method is very good and will improve your communications with others in a number of ways! Jeannette... Read More
Sunday, 04 February 2018 13:54
Jeannette M. Gagan
Joyce, thank you for sharing. Since we learn by doing as you use "I messages" you will be pleased with the results.
Tuesday, 06 February 2018 15:52
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ALICE AND WHAT SHE LEARNED ABOUT ANGER

This blog describes how to handle anger in the most constructive way.

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Jeannette M. Gagan
Yes this is an excellent book and available at Amazon. com
Sunday, 04 February 2018 16:43
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Exercise to Improve your Body and Mind

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As mentioned elsewhere on this website, my writings feature a holistic perspective. I’ve included many mental and emotional exercises in Grow Up Your Ego, but today I’m thinking about the numerous ways we can exercise our bodies. While we all know that walking is a low impact and simple exercise, we tend to forget the profound health benefits it provides. According to the Mayo Clinic, walking lowers blood pressure, helps manage weight, lowers bad cholesterol, reduces the risk or manages Type II diabetes, and improves one’s mood. To obtain maximum health benefits, one should walk 30 to 60 minutes a day most days of the week. It’s best to warm up by walking slowly the first five minutes. Walking slowly the last five minutes of the walk is recommended as well. If you aren’t a regular walker, at first only walk as far as is comfortable, for example 5 to 10 minutes. Then gradually build up to 15 minutes, and so on. Perhaps one of the biggest advantages of walking is that it can be done with others, which includes walking with one’s children. When I’m walking the trails close to where I live, I frequently observe parents who either have infants cradled in back packs or who are pushing them in strollers.

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