Monthly Archives: July 2012

Filling Our Own Well

My friend Carol always says, “We have to fill our own well.” That is just like the link on Gretchen Rubin‘s Happiness Project blog. She wrote that we need to be emotionally self-sufficient to get closer to other people. If … Continue reading

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Sometimes Being Called Selfish Is A Compliment

If you grew up thinking you always had to take care of everyone else, and you’re finally, finally, finally, trying to take care of yourself, and the very first time you say no because you don’t want to put someone … Continue reading

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Question of the Day: How Can You Feel Rich?

Today’s papers are filled with the news about Eva Rausing who was found murdered in her mansion in London. Her husband, Hans Kristian Rausing, was arrested for possession of drugs and might be charge with the crime. The couple met in … Continue reading

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Tool for Tuesday: Look for Your Own Higgs Boson

Am I the only one who thought they found the Higgs bosom? I’ve been looking for my own for years. I had a hunch I was a 36-D all along and not a 36-AA. I could have sworn it was … Continue reading

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Isaac Newton: For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction

Isaac Newton published one of the most important books in the history of science today in 1687, Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica, or “Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy.” What did Newton have to teach us about personal relationships? Simply, relatively speaking. … Continue reading

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Tool for Tuesday: The Tool You Should Not Use

Here’s something different: the tool not to use. The word should. When should you use the word should? Almost never. Why? The word is manipulative. As in, “you should have known I wanted the four-caret diamond.” It’s judmental: “You shouldn’t … Continue reading

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