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Truth And Love
When I was a little girl, we had a black “houseboy” called John who cried when we left our home in Natal, to go to Cape Town. 609 more words
On Monday, November 14, The Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence honored Allyx Schiavone, director of Friends Center for Children, with the Marvin Maurer Spotlight Award. 521 more words
Though many of you look to me as someone who understands Dabrowski’s Theory of Positive Disintegration (TPD) pretty well, I’m still not an expert. I want to be clear about that, because today I’m tossing out an idea that popped into my head a couple hours before I started typing this. 1,699 more words
There are individuals who seem to “bounce back” from negative events quite effectively, whereas others are caught up in negative emotions, seemingly unable to get out of this emotional cycle. 323 more words