Basketball, the Crow and the Stonecutter

Feb 27, 05 Basketball, the Crow and the Stonecutter

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As I’ve said before, one of the things I like best about EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) is that it’s easy to teach to people. Of course the basics of basketball are simple to teach also. Just shoot the ball through the hoop. That’s about it. And … to excel at basketball, or to be a great coach, takes...

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Erasing Negative “Writing on Your Walls”

Feb 26, 05 Erasing Negative “Writing on Your Walls”

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One of the best classes I took in college was a course in cultural anthropology. That may have been the first time it dawned on me that people’s beliefs were formed so much by what culture they were brought up in. A child from America has different beliefs than a child raised in Bolivia, China or France. The problem is that...

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Mommie Dearest

Feb 21, 05 Mommie Dearest

Posted by in Family & Relationships

The Febuary 21, 2005 edition of Newsweek had a series of profound articles about working mothers. The lead article was titled, Mommy Madness. Much of the content was based on the book by Judith Warner called Perfect Madness: Motherhood in the Age of Anxiety. Many of the working mothers I talk to are overwhelmed trying to be play...

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God Sent the Boats and Helicopter

Feb 20, 05 God Sent the Boats and Helicopter

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Are you new to EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques)? Perhaps you’ve heard about it and are considering trying it. Do you have some emotional or physical problem that you’d like to resolve? Have you tried other remedies to no avail? Then, here’s a joke that you’ve probably heard before. Let me refresh your...

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Just Say No to Drugs?

Feb 17, 05 Just Say No to Drugs?

Posted by in Health & Living

The United States government spends over $180 million on anti-drug ads. Remember the phrase made popular in the eighties, “Just say no” to drugs? It referred to illegal drugs. The problem? How could teenagers and young people buy into the idea when they saw adults, including their parents and grandparents, taking so...

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