Get to the Point, Please So, it seems that several months have gone by since I've posted here on my blog. That was not my intention. But, alas, life happens. However, I have been fairly busy with Twitter. I started using my Twitter account in earnest in April 2014. Six months later I had over … [Read more...]
Relationships such as marriage, dating, parenting, leadership, management, workplace peer relationships and more. Healthy relationships are characterized by emotional intelligence, good repair mechanisms, boundaries, clarity, joy, and some form of love.
This video highlights the two major characteristics of the narcissistic personality type and explains a few tips for how to communicate more effectively with people who show the characteristics of narcissistic personality disorder. http://youtu.be/Q95in8mCPRM … [Read more...]
Blind to Our Own Negativity? If you are a leader, you have had times when the negative mindset of people you lead became a major frustration. It's not just the negativity that irked you. It's the fact that you had a stake in their attitudes being synchronized with yours. Similarly, if you are … [Read more...]
In my last post, I wrote about ways to argue constructively. Here I would like to briefly add some things to track if you can manage to get yourself to be your own observer during an argument. Three Crucial Things to Monitor During an argument there are at least three characteristics of your … [Read more...]
Two Characteristics of Constructive Arguing A husband and wife are arguing in my office during a communication exercise. I have them sitting to face each other so it's harder to look away. I'm sitting on the couch watching and listening. I know this couple. They are arguing according to the … [Read more...]