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Courage and ways to get more of it

With respect for those that have served and fallen for their countries.

It’s not an easy decision for many to make to fight for what they believe in, or for their country, especially when death… 1,034 more words


Language and Cognition - Can Linguistic Choices Lead to "Bad Thinking"?

Words are extremely powerful. Let us start with this axiom. A word is a powerful tool.

And powerful tools can be both excellent friends and formidable enemies. 551 more words


Listening is communicating too

I’m lucky today! I got my inspiration for this post from two sources. The first was from a comment Cahla’s Tawkin’ made on a previous post… 595 more words


66 Positive Things You Should Be Saying to Your Child

SOURCE:  ALESSIA SANTORO (as posted by the Gottman Institute)

In a world where saying “no” is usually a lot easier than saying “yes,” it is important to bring up children who don’t feel that negativity has a higher value than positivity. 415 more words


5 simple ways to start communicating positively. (4 min read)

Positive communication. That phrase gets thrown around a lot these days. Does it really make a difference in our lives? Well in my opinion yes, it really does. 1,009 more words

It's a Kick...

The list of things that I like to do has always been both long and diverse. Here are a few examples.  Empower people and help others feel good about themselves.  950 more words


5 Communication tips to make sure you are heard

When you speak – you want people to listen (especially our partners and children). Although most people think that if you yell, you will be heard.   753 more words

Urban Suburban Mommy

Amy-Lynn Vautour reblogged this on Informed and Empowered and commented:

Love this quick guide to rational and productive conversation. There is nothing like accidentally coming across as accusatory or malicious to end what could be a great conversation. Using these quick and simple tips in your next important conversation can help you avoid accidentally causing your communication partner to shut down and shut you out.