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How often do we disagree with another or just find that we somehow created conflict in a relationship? I happens more oftern than we like to think! We find ourselves traveling new paths in order to "avoid" the person we seem to not be seeing "eye to eye" with at the moment. We fear any contact with that other individual and find ourselves "ostriching" the situation and sticking our head in the sand in hopes of the situation going away. Well...that really isn't the answer! Let's discuss the Art of handling this conflict! Remember....this is Mastering Life's Simplicity, so let's look at some simple solutions! Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call in during the show! You can also live chat or leave a message with us at www.thetajlgroup.com, just click on the Chat Now button at the top of the website page! With your examples, we can help you and others find simple forward moving solutions to realtionship conflict. Together we can learn to Avoid Avoidance! We TRULY want to help YOU....PLEASE CALL US and WE can help you DISCOVER YOUR SIMPLE SOLUTION!!!
The politics of ethnic avoidance -- how elected officials of one ethnic group limit their policy activity that is acutely useful to that same one -- is today’s topic.
Much has been made of Barack Obama’s ascension to the presidency as a marker in American race relations. There were lurking questions among some of his conservative critics who argued that he would show favoritism to African Americans. Two generations ago, however, more than a few observers raised similar questions about another American ethnic, Senator John F. Kennedy, as he sought the presidency. Would Kennedy, as President, take orders from the Vatican? My guest today has recently published a book that compares these two historical presidential campaigns and offers some interesting thoughts on what they say about America. Robert C. Smith is Professor of Political Science at San Francisco State University and the author of numerous books and articles on various angles of American politics. His latest is John F. Kennedy, Barack Obama, and the Politics of Ethnic Incorporation and Avoidance.
For over 10 years, Chad Hunter has worked professionally in almost every aspect of dog training.
In this episode, Dr. O, Chad, and head trainer/instructor, Andrew Stein kohl will discuss real and lasting ways to teach your dog top be able to distinguish the scent and sounds of a rattlesnake from all other environmental stimuli and thereby helping keep dogs and humans safer on nature walks.
"Avoidance is NOT resolution." ~ Kimberly Rinaldi
One of the most vital elements of any healthy relationship is the art of confrontation. Not confrontation for the sake of one-upsmanship, but confrontation that is constructive, respectful, and productive. What does that look and sound like, and why do so many people avoid it? That's what we're talking about today. The right way to face what and/or who you've been afraid to confront.
Relationships are two-way streets and when there's a breech in the road, it impedes from getting the true benefit of the relationship. So, if you really care and want to set some things straight but you're either too afraid or don't know how, this is the time to tune in. Get the courage you need to finally have that conversation, ask that question, and uncover the truth. You know you need to!
Call in to 646-716-6910 and give us your questions or comments. We also welcome you to chime into your chatroom during the LIVE broadcast.
We all do it. Everyone stuffs feelings. But, is it healthy? There are instances where it may be better to not "tell someone off" or express feelings at the wrong time under the wrong circumstances, but to remain healthy, at some point we need to come to terms with those hurts, angry moments, or other toxic feelings.
Procrastination is that word we use to express the art of putting things off. But, it goes by many names. Names like Avoidance Behavior, Resistance, and Taking a Break to name a few. What is Procrastination and why do we embrace it with such reckless abandon? Lord Chesterfield said “Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today” about Procrastination. Conversely, Mark Twain said “Never put off till tomorrow what you can do the day after tomorrow.”
What is it that enables us to avoid the important “stuff” we should be doing? Stuff which might take only moments to do, often with very little effort, and would instantly relieve the pressure building in our brain? Why do we choose Stress over completing a task?
In this episode, Mordant & McFall explore the different forms Procrastination can take - Avoidance Behavior, Resistance, and the perceived need for Relaxation to name a few. If you’ve ever tossed your dreams or duty to the wayside, all for the sake of calming the restlessness assailing you, then this is the show for you. Don’t delay - listen in and learn why “Procrastination is opportunity's assassin” and how you can protect yourself and your dreams from its insidious assaults.
Defining Procrastination part 2...and...Mordant & McFall Procrastination Stories
Putting Off Procrastination
What Hit Home?
In working with many smart, wonderful women over the years, I've also seen where these lovely ladies "hide out."
When we are trying to do something as meaningful as making a baby, fears come up. Avoidance comes up. Jealousy can even rampage through our being.
I started to notice certain patterns, and I called them the five fertility archetypes.
These five types dovetail nicely with the five elements of Chinese Medicine.
Each of us has our patterns, and we each have elegant solutions to these patterns. Join me on a soul-searching call to explore your patterns and move into practical solutions to help you acheive pregnancy.
Learn more about Baby Launch Camp HERE. Deadline is July 11, 2014.
Avoidance-An action of emptying, vacating, or clearing away
Breakout-An escape from a prison, jail.
Fight-A passing through the air
When you are going through hard times in your life and do not know where to turn. Do not go to the left or to the right but Escape For Your Life.
THE Lord Himself said to Lot, "Escape for your life," although the command was sent by one of His chosen messengers. God has messengers, nowadays, and He still sends by them short, sharp, urgent, stimulating messages like this, "Escape for your life.
Procrastination reveals deeper problems
Lazy men are soon poor; hard workers get rich. A wise youth makes hay while the sun shines, but what a shame to see a lad who sleeps away his hour of opportunity.
Often we delay doing jobs that seem large, difficult, boring, or disagreeable. But to continue putting them off shows lack of discipline, poor stewardship of time, and in some cases disobedience to God. Jobs we don’t enjoy require concentration, teamwork, twice as much time, lots of encouragement, and accountability. Remember this when you are tempted to procrastinate.
In the show you will discover the patterns of love addiction and love avoidance and how if individuals within love relationships don’t effectively know how to fill themselves and relate healthily to each other, they may play out these patterns. Learn about healthy interdependent relationships and what the model of sharing and space can look like in a functional way. You may discover many answers to the problems you have been experiencing in relationships in this show, as well as how to rectify these issues.