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Do You Need Anger Management?

By Cheryl Steinberg So, let’s just start out by saying the obvious: Nobody’s perfect and there’s no such thing as only perfect days. With that said, it’s good practice to check in with yourself from time to time to see how you are feeling and if anything is bothering you. If there is something on . . . . Continue Reading

Why Women Cheat

(This content is being used for illustrative purposes only; any person depicted in the content is a model) By Cheryl Steinberg “All men are dogs.” We’ve heard that said quite a bit. And, mostly, it’s used as a response to news that someone’s man has been cheating. The thing is, women cheat, too. And, in . . . . Continue Reading

Let Your Inner Phoenix Out

  For those of you who are unfamiliar with or who need a refresher about, the story of the phoenix comes from Greek mythology and is the story of a bird that bursts into flames and then rises again from the ashes. It’s a symbol of rebirth, change, renewal, and most of all, rising above . . . . Continue Reading

11 Signs You’re an Enlightened Woman

Enlightened, conscious women aren’t perfect – and they know it. But they are working to be the best self they can be, with a grace and fearlessness that others don’t possess. Here are 11 signs you’re an enlightened woman. #1. You know that growing is a process Enlightened, aware women know that personal-growth takes time . . . . Continue Reading

6 Signs You Are Artificially Creating Conflict in Your Life

Conflict can be described in many ways. There is emotional conflict, conflict of interests, or even constructive competitive conflict. But typically conflict is something that is damaging to both our own mental health as well as the relationships and values we hold as most important to us. Some say that all conflict comes from somewhere . . . . Continue Reading

What’s The Difference Between “Tough Love” and Acting Out of Anger?

Sometimes people feel that others, especially the addict or alcoholic,  need that extra touch of ‘Tough Love’ to get them moving in the right direction. To help break people out of their harmful habits and destructive behaviors, when they have shown no effort or even desire to change their ways, their family or friends may implement ‘Tough . . . . Continue Reading

6 Signs You Are Playing the Victim Role

Many people choose to play the victim role, although they may not realize that they are choosing it, because they’re afraid of their anger and/or are in denial about their feelings of anger. People playing the victim role project their anger onto others. When “victims” assume this role, they often have a high sensitivity to . . . . Continue Reading

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