Monthly Archives: May 2015

Overcoming an Unusual Fear

I still remember his comment. Many years ago, a fellow with whom I worked told me that I might be “afraid of success.” (This actually has a name: “achievemephobia”!) Until my friend has spoken with me, I’d never heard of … Continue reading

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Helping People Hear What You Say

  Ever feel like you’re just not connecting? You’re not alone! Parents wonder if they’re getting through to their kids. Teachers struggle to educate students. And Christians hope that when they quote the Bible, people will understand. How do you … Continue reading

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That’s It?

  Did you ever get a Christmas present or birthday gift that underwhelmed you? Socks don’t wow your heart when you’re pining for a bike! And then you have to fake gratitude, so you pretend to like what you don’t … Continue reading

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3 Powerful Words

What would you say if you had just three words left?  Would you tell someone “I love you.”? Would you tell someone “I’m proud of you.”? (Ok those are four words) Would you tell someone “Don’t forget me.”? Would you … Continue reading

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