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by Irvin D. Yalom, Molyn Leszcz
advice-giving may reflect a resistance to more intimate engagement in which the group members attempt to manage relationships rather than to connect.
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by Rick Warren
You exist only because God wills that you exist. You were made by God and for God—and until you understand that, life will never make sense.
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by National Strength and Conditioning Association, Thomas R. EdD Baechle, CSCS
is the breakdown of carbohydrates—either glycogen stored in the muscle or glucose delivered in the blood—to resynthesize ATP
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by Ann Kring, John M. Neale, Sheri Johnson, Gerald C. Davison
a person’s behavior may be classified as disordered if it causes him or her great distress.
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by Brene Brown
Fitting in is about assessing a situation and becoming who you need to be to be accepted. Belonging, on the other hand, doesn’t require us to change who we are; it requires us to be who we are.
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by Gerald Corey, Marianne Schneider Corey, Patrick Callanan
Values pertains to beliefs and attitudes that provide direction to everyday living, whereas ethics pertains to the beliefs we hold about what constitutes right conduct.
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by David H. Barlow, V. Mark Durand
The most widely accepted definition used in DSM-IV-TR (and drafts of DSM-5) describes behavioral, psychological, or biological dysfunctions that are unexpected in their cultural context and associated with present distress and impairment in functioning, or increased risk of suffering, death, pain, or impairment.
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by Judith Herman
The many symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder fall into three main categories. These are called "hyperarousal," "intrusion," and "constriction." Hyperarousal reflects the persistent expectation of danger; intrusion reflects the indelible imprint of the traumatic moment; constriction reflects the numbing response of surrender.
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by Susan Cain
Open-plan offices have been found to reduce productivity and impair memory.
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by Eric Ries
The goal of a startup is to figure out the right thing to build—the thing customers want and will pay for—as quickly as possible.
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by JJ Smith
Get rid of those foods that have a high sugar content (5 grams of sugar or more per serving).
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by Eleanor Payson
your experience with the NPD person will be determined in large part by how he sees you supporting or not supporting his unconscious agenda for self.
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by Jonathan Cahn
You can never judge yourself by your own standards and your own righteousness, but only in light of His righteousness.”
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by David Kinnaman
But disciples cannot be mass-produced.[3] Disciples are handmade, one relationship at a time.
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by Jane B. Reece, Michael L. Cain, Stev Lisa A. Urry
He started with the following three observations from nature: First, individuals in a population vary in their traits, many of which seem to be heritable (passed on from parents to offspring). Second, a population can produce far more offspring than can survive to produce offspring of their own. With more individuals than the environment is able to support, competition is inevitable. Third, species generally suit their environments—in other words, they are adapted to their environments.
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by Oren Klaff
To instigate a power frame collision, use a mildly shocking but not unfriendly act to cause it. Use defiance and light humor. This captures attention and elevates your status by creating something called “local star power.”
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by Stephen R. Covey
“What you are shouts so loudly in my ears I cannot hear what you say.”
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by N. T. Wright
We have reduced the kingdom of God to private piety, the victory of the cross to comfort for the conscience, and Easter itself to a happy, escapist ending after a sad, dark tale. Piety, conscience, and ultimate happiness are important, but not nearly as important as Jesus himself.
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by Shirley Glass
You must also resolve to share with your spouse any phone contact or face-to-face encounters with the affair partner.
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by Chip Heath, Dan Heath
Change is hard because people wear themselves out. And that’s the second surprise about change: What looks like laziness is often exhaustion.
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by Justo L. Gonzalez
God’s highest self-disclosure takes place in the cross of Christ, and therefore Luther proposes, instead of a theology of glory, a “theology of the cross.” Such theology seeks God, not where we choose, nor as we would like God to be, but in the divine revelation of the cross.
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by Laurence Steinberg
1. Adolescents are better able than children to think about what is possible, instead of limiting their thought to what is real. 2. Adolescents are better able than children to think about abstract things. 3. Adolescents think more often than children about the process of thinking itself. 4. Adolescents’ thinking, compared to children’s, is more often multidimensional, rather than limited to a single issue. 5. Adolescents are more likely than children to see things as relative, rather than as absolute.
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by Edward Teyber
Therapists will have much more impact when they are able to conceptualize or discern more precisely what this client’s core problem really is, how it came about developmentally, and how it is being played out and causing symptoms and problems in his current life.
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by Stephen Kendrick, Alex Kendrick, Randy Alcorn
a truthful Leader a respectable Authority an intimate Friend
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by Roy F. Baumeister, John Tierney
What stress really does, though, is deplete willpower, which diminishes your ability to control those emotions.

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