Writing Exercise 3 This Could Get Dangerous

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Defining your fictional characters’ voices is important. What is equally vital, though, is grasping your characters’ humanity, the core of their fictional soul. A good way to learn how to do this is by observing an incident through another living person’s eyes. For this exercise, choose your spouse, a relative, or your best friend to […]


Believe In Yourself And You Ll Change Your Life

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“If You Believe You Can Or You Believe You Can’t, Either Way You’re Probably Right…” You may have heard someone say this about beliefs. It sounds contradictory, even ridiculous, but you had better believe that it’s right! Understanding your beliefs, how they control your life and the traps caused by beliefs is a key ingredient […]


Test Your Impatience

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Patience is said to be a great virtue. How many of us are patient? For example, you need immediate medical attention and you reach your Doctor after calling him/her up. You find that you will have to wait for one hour. What would be your reaction/ would you take a magazine and begin reading or […]


Controlling Anger

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All of us get angry. Some of us get angry very often. Some are able to control the anger. Some of us express our anger freely, whereas some suppress it. Why do we get angry? Is there any way to control the anger? How to do that? We get angry when we are stopped doing […]


4 Psychological Needs Help Deal With Conflict

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Internal conflict, conflict within yourself, reflects the difference between what you really feel and what you are able or choose to do about it. Interpersonal conflict occurs between you and another person when what they do or say is different to what you feel and vice-versa. Everyone has four basic psychological needs. These are the […]