How to Overcome Shyness

Shyness can have a negative impact on social, interpersonal and work relationships. It?s important to realize that shyness is not the problem. It?s actually...

How to Handle Difficult Children

Oh No, Not Again! Your 2 year old hurls himself to the floor in the checkout line at the grocery store when you deny his...

Being a Great Leader

Most great leaders aren?t naturally born that way. Being a great leader is all about developing crucial skills and fostering an encouraging environment for...

How to be a Better Listener

Good listening skills don?t come naturally to everybody. It?s important to understand that it is possible to become a better listener with practice. It...

How to Improve Grammar

Grammar is an important component to communicating, whether it be verbally or through your writing. In school, it can be the difference in several...

How Do Police Deal With Stress?

It?s no secret that police officers have incredibly stressful work environments. They may see a variety of different heart-breaking tragedies and violent crimes over...

How to Overcome Depression

Is it the Blues or Depression? Most people have felt the pangs of sadness, hopelessness or loss at some time in their life. Despondency following...

LEADER MATCH

It is an approach to leadership that is based on the contingency theory of leadership. This states that leaders should be trained to diagnose...

Divorced Families and the Programs That Work for Them

In 2004, most people in the United States had married only once, with 58 percent of women and 54 percent of men (U.S. Census...

Counseling Children and Adolescents on Death

Research suggests that bereaved children are a vulnerable population, at increased risk for social impairment and psychopathology (Baker, Sedney, & Gross, 1992). Multiple factors...

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