DeStress Tips III by Eileen Lichtenstein, CEO http://www.balanceandpower.com ~Want to discuss any of these, or need help,? Call me for a FREE PHONE CONSULT: 516 623 4353~ DeStress Tip: Honor your boundaries and say no~ ow.ly/xgBS5 DeStress Tip: Hold Hope ow.ly/xgBaV fb.me/346z3XGXc DeStress Tip: Inner strength and being centered are keys to life and business success! ow.ly/xgCsZ fb.me/2d1K8H98k DeStress Tip: … More DeStress Tips III by Eileen Lichtenstein, CEO www.balanceandpower.com
We all know them in business, personal and family relationships. First, go inward and understand that you are fault-free. Here are a few tips that will make dealing and interacting with the difficult easier: 1. Ask yourself, “How important is this person to me at this moment?” Being careful not to devalue them, certain people … More 10 Tips for Dealing with Difficult People
The New York City Divorce Support Meetup Group New York, NY 2,218 People divorcing or divorced Our group is helpful for those going through a separation or divorce and is an open forum for discussions regarding our situations. The environment is completely supportive of… Check out this Meetup Group → Live Event: OPEN FORUM with … More OPEN FORUM with Divorce Attorney and Anger Management Specialist
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Knowing, understanding and being able to apply strategies to help manage and prevent destructive anger is necessary in today’s world which can be extremely stress inducing. Anger is a completely natural response to the frustrations of life, with many of these frustrations being out of our control. (The definition of “stressed” is feeling out of … More Strategies to Help Manage & Prevent Anger
Emphasizing the positive traits in ourselves and others encourages the continuing development of our skills, abilities, and attributes and a successful relationship! Positive reinforcement is usually much more effective and inspiring than trying to force improvements by dwelling on the negative, which do not work anyway. By consciously emphasizing the positive traits and abilities that … More Emphasize the Positive for Successful Relationships
“Hope Springs” is an important relationship movie, not a “chick flick”. That’s this gal’s opinion… The actors take their time through the first half and we get it- the marriage isn’t working and hasn’t worked in many years. Meryl Streep’s role is very different from any I’ve seen her in previously and she does this … More Relationships…
Hi Everyone! Success and Happiness are basic human rights… Unfortunately, there is a part of the population that blocks success and happiness. I’m not talking about governments now, but individuals- “bullies”- and as children/youth bullies grow up to become adult bullies, often criminal in nature. No matter what age, there are several common characteristics among … More Success & Happiness! BP newsletter 6/18/12
This is Suicide Prevention and the building up of broken lives. It’s about stress reduction, anger management, self esteem, confidence, focus and clarityThe “bullied” population is very fragile and/or very angry. I can help with the support of our friends- thanks so much to all who attended the fundraiser dinner last night!I’ll be co-facilitating support … More Suicide Prevention for Bullying Victims
Hi!! I’ve just returned from a United Way Worldwide Training in Alexandra, Va. (cherry blossoms too!) feeling rejuvenated and ready to share exciting creating thinking problem solving techniques- and now a Certified Facilitator for UWW. You can read more about this in my blog below. Our NY cherry blossoms and 70 degree temps again is … More Spring Happenings
Your clients want to know you’ve been through struggles and come out the other end . They want to know what lights you up and what makes you cry. Everyone’s got a story, right? Revealing this makes you more human and more trustworthy- people buy from those they trust. Given the choice between two individuals … More Everyone’s got a story, right?