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5 Ways to Respond to Criticism

5 Ways to Respond to Criticism

How do you respond to criticism? Some are extremely sensitive to the slightest bit of criticism and they respond very negatively to it; others couldn't care less what people say of them. Some world leaders are keenly aware of the press, and when the news media...

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Seven Guidelines for Financial Survival

Seven Guidelines for Financial Survival

Few of us lie awake at nights worrying about a major world economic collapse any more than we lie awake worrying about our planet getting wiped out by an asteroid from outer space. But thinking about our own families and what may happen if mom or dad doesn't get a...

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Do You Abuse Others With Your Emotions?

Do You Abuse Others With Your Emotions?

Tears or temper? It probably depends on your sex. Women tend to cry; men tend to lose their temper. It's one of the basic differences between the sexes, but in both cases, it is a manifestation of emotions that are deeply rooted within you. Both tears and temper have...

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Here’s a Story of Real Faith You’ve Missed

Here’s a Story of Real Faith You’ve Missed

If you are good at riddles, see if you can unravel this one.  At one time I was undisputedly one of the four most beautiful women in the world.  I was the mother of three sons, the wife of one of the most assailed yet important men in the world.  History has ignored...

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Why You Can Count on God

Why You Can Count on God

Can you really count on God for your needs? Perhaps the question should be prefaced by asking, “When you were a kid, could you trust your dad for your needs?” And if so, why? “Well,” you say, “we were related. He loved me and, therefore, provided for me.” The same...

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How to Live with Grace at Any Age

How to Live with Grace at Any Age

“Gray hair is a crown of splendor,” says the writer of Proverbs, but most of us would just as soon avoid what it represents—growing old.  So we do everything in our power to camouflage the symptoms; but the reality is that as the years go by, we gradually grow older,...

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Can You Be Too Forgiving?

Can You Be Too Forgiving?

Can a person be too forgiving, too soft, too easy on wrongdoing? Dr. Richard Gayton would answer no—an answer which isn't clinical, reflecting his training as a psychologist, but a gut-level response coming from a man who has every reason in the natural to hate...

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