Archives for June, 2013

Addictive Relating

How 3 “Attachment Styles” in Childhood Impact Your Couple Relationship? 1 of 2

A recent study published in the journal Psychological Science found that partners'  early childhood attachment styles impacted their ability to recover from conflict in their adult couple relationships. Partners with secure attachment styles in childhood tended to be more resilient and recover faster.

The research studied the early attachment styles of 73 participants from birth and, over a two year span, measured their conflict recovery styles, emotional wellbeing, relationship satisfaction and their relationship stability. The ability of...
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Conscious Lifestyle

Seven Habits to Bring Out the Best in Life and Relationships, 2 of 2

This post is a continuation from Part 1 that listed four of seven mindful, conscious habits that bring out the best in life.  A conscious habit is a choice to practice, remain aware and take action in the direction of working wonders in your life and relationships.

Here are habits five through seven:

Habit #5.  Positive Thinking 

Take complete responsibility for the thoughts you think.  Your thoughts trigger emotional states that have tremendous power to...
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Conscious Lifestyle

Seven Habits to Bring out the Best in Life and Relationships, 1 of 2



Do you ever wonder why success for some people seems like smooth sailing on a warm breezy day, while others work hard to stay afloat?  Success is no accident – it's a collection of mindful, conscious habits.  A conscious habit is a choice to practice, remain aware and take action.  The seven conscious habits below can work wonders.

Habit #1. Visually Prepare to Succeed and Contribute

Imagine being who and what you aspire, such as...
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