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  • Article #4: How to Be Less of a Perfectionist and Enjoy Life More
    In my last post, you learned what perfectionism is and why people develop the need to do things perfectly.  In my next few posts, you will learn how to change Read more
  • Article #3: The Perfectionist versus The High Achiever
    People produce many of their best achievements when they are striving to do their best.  High achievers, like perfectionists, want to be better people and achieve great things.  Unlike perfectionists, Read more
  • Article #2: The Costs of Being a Perfectionist
    Perfectionism always costs more than the benefits it might provide.  It can result in being paralyzed with fear and becoming so rigid that a person is difficult to relate to. Read more
  • Article #1: Managing Perfectionism
     What is Perfectionism? This is the first of several articles that address perfectionism.  In this article,  we’ll explore what perfectionism is, the causes and characteristics.  In the next article, we’ll look Read more
  • What to do about the Holiday Blues
    Not everyone shares in the celebration and joy associated with the holidays. Many people feel stressed and unhappy in response to the demands of shopping for gifts, spending large amounts Read more
  • I Have Everything I’ve Ever Dreamed Of. Why Am I Not Happy?
    Signs of Discontent You don’t need a degree in psychology to know when you’re off-track, but sometimes it creeps up on you. It can seem like you wake up one day Read more
  • How to Manage Sibling Rivalry
    It is human nature to feel competitive and envious toward others. A moderate spirit of competition is a positive and productive attribute in school and in business. Sibling rivalry is a normal Read more
  • How to Help Your Child Have Strong Self-Esteem
    by Eve Kilmer, Ph.D. Here is a list of ways to convey the message “you are worthwhile” to your children. This list could fill a hundred newsletters, since the ways to Read more
  • Parenting Your Teen With Less Stress (Part 2)
    How to Build Your Teen’s Self-Esteem   Having strong self-esteem is critical, especially during the teen years. This is true for the following reasons: ¥ Self-esteem is a significant factor in how each Read more
  • Parenting Your Teen with Less Stress (Part 1)
    How to Maintain Communication Even though teens need to separate from their parents during adolescence, they also need to know that the safety net of home and family is always there Read more
  • 29 Ways to Keep Your Relationship Tuned Up
    Why do some relationships last forever and others fall apart? Here are some ways you can make your partner feel appreciated again and prevent your relationship from becoming a casualty. 1. Read more
  • Dealing with the Emotional Impact of Infertility
    Infertility is a medical problem that results in the inability to conceive a child or carry a pregnancy to full term. A couple is usually diagnosed as infertile after one Read more
  • What is Narcissisistic Personality Disorder (NPD)?
    What is Narcissisistic Personality Disorder (NPD)? Narcissists outer persona is often one of confidence, being in control, and even smooth, charismatic charm. Underneath unhealthy narcissism, however, typically lurk unbearable feelings of Read more
  • Custody With a Difficult Ex
    by Eve Kilmer, Ph.D. On their honeymoon when Donna’s husband, Steve, professed how much he wanted to have children with her, she never imagined that she would be attending her son’s Read more
  • How to Stop Procrastinating
    This is the second of a series of two articles that explore the dynamics of procrastination. In my last article, you learned what procrastination is and why people do it. Read more
  • What Makes You Procrastinate?
    The first in a series of two articles on procrastination’ this issue deals with why we procrastinate. All of us procrastinate on occasion. For some people, it’s a chronic problem; for Read more

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