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Do you wish the ground would swallow you when you’re criticized? No one enjoys the disapproval of others, but some handle it well. Learn how to deal with criticism, and you won’t be defensive and humiliated when people judge your ideas as unworthy. You’ll recognize the difference between constructive feedback and put-downs, and your healthy self-esteem will help you respond to reproach constructively. [Read more]

Negative thoughts are a natural part of human life, but do you try to oust yours? You might aim to stop unwanted self-talk, but you are doomed to fail. Perhaps you’ll think you’re winning occasionally. Nonetheless, your disparaging thoughts will return and bite you when you are off your guard. The only feasible way to deal with them is to let them go. [Read more]

Plenty of people are critical, and you’re bound to be on the receiving end of their judgments at times. Dealing with unexpected or poorly delivered criticism, though, is hard unless you know how to respond constructively. Here are five ways to cope and build better relationships, or at least grow in understanding, when someone expresses disapproval. [Read more]

Productivity is important to everyone. No one can be successful in life without being productive. Most of us are already familiar with the tried and true methods for improving productivity. As effective as these tactics are, sometimes more unusual approaches are needed. Here are four off-beat, surprising, but nonetheless fully effective ways you ran improve your productivity. [Read more]

Perhaps you’ve heard there are many benefits to be gained from meditation, but aren’t sure whether it’s right for you. You might be concerned about challenges like needing to sit for prolonged periods and avoiding distractions. Perhaps you fidget, or your inner voice chatters all the time, and you think you won’t be able to concentrate. These answers to your queries will help you determine whether meditation is suitable for you. [Read more]