Posts tagged ': problem

The proximity of the relationship and aggression – meet their deeper meaning
Sebastian Szajner | 02.02.2014
The proximity is very similar in operation compared to aggression. There is also a palpable, because it is often associated with touch. It is obvious, that the effects are different, but let's look at the way action. When he gives to the person concerned the proximity, We give her time, that is exceptionally important. ● Torque ... Read more
Go ahead and commit errors
Sorek Dominica Ewa | 29.09.2013
For twenty years, bar the most you'll regret this, it, Hi, it does not understand the biłeś, than those of it, What's more, biłeś. So from the bind li, ny, leave without the pie, "supplies to some crazy. Catch in the żag le the fault light, ry. Travel,dream, from the ice floes, waj. Mark Twain Probably very surprised You the title of the article. (G) ... Read more
Anger is not bad
Sorek Dominica Ewa | 28.07.2013
Anger is not bad. Is human. And after some time passes. Sarah Dessen what you associate when you think about the word anger? The Cries Of The? Rantings? Brawl? Consider aspects of this, what may lie beneath the interplay. Ever wondered/pay sometime over what is ANGER, RAGE (C) ... Read more
Sorek Dominica Ewa | 23.06.2013
"The wisdom of certain limited to limit the wiser"-Wladyslaw   Grzeszczyk So, Since today is just from today – fuck the limits – and not from tomorrow and Monday (to mentally this can prepare). So simply and forever. Who me this prohibits? In the nose I have ... Read more
Whether you yourself correctly deal with your stress?
Expert | 26.05.2011
Do you know what is stress? Stress is ,,operation of "our body then, When we adjust to constantly changing environment; It has physical and emotional effects on us. It can also arouse in us the positive, or negative feelings. The positive effects of stress can force us to act ... Read more
Do you think it's worth arguing?
Expert | 22.05.2011
Shortly after the end of World War I one night in London learned inestimable things. One evening I was at a banquet given in honor of sir Ross Smith. Man sitting at dinner next to me told me a funny story, that was based on a quotation. Caller wspomn ... Read more
You know the pyramid of needs and. Maslow? Whether you use it in practice?
Expert | 13.05.2011
One of the most famous concept of motivation is a hierarchy of needs, developed by the American psychologist Abraham Maslow. In accordance with her, human needs can be divided into five types of: physiological, safety, group membership, recognition and self-realization. ... Read more
Problems? Learn how you can deal with them…
Expert | 10.05.2011
You're living in a world full of problems? You can not control over them? Start nawarstwiać? Will hear the following video to learn how to fight with the problems and how to completely eliminate from your life… ... Read more
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