Why Do People Hurt My Feelings When I Am So Nice to Them?

Do you try really hard in relationships? Only to find yourself asking, “why have you hurt my feelings when I have done nothing to deserve it?” Let’s look at why other people always let you down.   … [Read Entire Story]

Feeling Ignored? How to Get People to Listen to You

Feeling ignored can take a toll on mental wellbeing. We are left lonely, and our self-esteem can drop. This can lead to depression and anxiety. Why am I feeling so ignored? In some cases, people feel ignored all the time because of a personality disorder. Personality disorders mean you simply don’t think, feel, and communicate like … [Read Entire Story]

Introverts in the Workplace – How Can You Cope?

From open space environments to team building events, modern work life is rarely geared to introverts in the workplace. How can you navigate expectations and succeed in a workplace geared to extroverts if you are an introvert? Are you actually an introvert?  The word ‘introvert’ is very misunderstood. Introvert and shyness are not synonyms, nor is … [Read Entire Story]

Are These Communication Problems Ruining Your Relationships?

You have probably heard it said many times that communication is key in relationships. But what does it really mean? How do you know what communication problem is causing you to struggle with partners, family, friends, and at work? And what unseen psychological issues might be driving those problems? … [Read Entire Story]

How to Drastically Improve Your Active Listening Skills (The Ultimate Guide)

“The irony of being a good conversationalist is that talking isn’t the most important piece; listening is what makes you memorable.” It is a paradox, but the most important thing that makes you a good communicator is your listening skill, not your speaking skill. Even more paradoxical is that 98 percent of the population confidently rates their listening skills as above average and considers themselves to be zen masters of communication. But the truth is that we suck at listening. Most of people, while pretending to fully listen to their partners, are busy formulating their own smart reply in … [Read Entire Story]

7 Infallible Tips for Making People Like You and Follow Your Lead

Over 70 years ago Dale Carnegie wrote his 15 million copy best-seller, “How To Win Friends & Influence People”. Many things have changed since then – the invention of the mobile phone, the Internet and social networks. However, while our ways of communication might have evolved we are still facing the same communication challenges our grandparents faced. How often do we scratch our head, puzzled at what we could have possibly said or done to offend someone we like? How often do we fail to connect with another person no matter how hard we try to get along? How often do we feel invisible at parties and social gatherings (or wish we were invisible, because meeting new people is just plain stressful for us)? Deep down… [Read Entire Story]

Anorexia and other Eating Disorders: how to help your child eat well and be well: Practical solutions, compassionate communication tools and emotional support for parents of children and teenagers

(Release date: by 6 November 2014. Price reduced by 25% till 9 November)Parents are best placed to help their teenager or young child beat an eating disorder, yet most struggle to know what to do and how to do it. In Anorexia and Other Eating Disorders, Eva Musby draws on her family’s successful use of [More About This Book]

Animal Communication Course: Heart-to-Heart Telepathy with Animals

Inspiration and information to help you understand heart-to-heart telepathy with animals is provided. This book gives you uplifting ideas from a variety of animal communicators. Author shares personal stories of her experience with animal communication. Exercises that you can practice to learn animal communication are at the end of the book. Animals communicate telepathically with [More About This Book]

14 Very Effective Communication Skills

Statistics point to the fact that approximately 85% percent of our success in life is directly attributable to our communication skills. That means that no matter how ambitious, how committed, or how highly educated someone is, they still have a low probability of success unless they develop the right communication skills. If you really look at the way people tend to converse with one another, it becomes very clear that most of us could probably benefit from giving some attention to our communication skills. “The quality of your life is the quality of your communication.” ~Tony Robbins Communication skills and success Any time you want to expand your… [Read Entire Story]

15 Minutes of Silence: The Secret To Staying Sane in Life

I live right by the ocean. It’s nice. A refreshing sea breeze, rustling palm trees, the soothing rhythmic sound of the waves lulling you to sleep – that’s how I imagined life by the ocean. Boy, I was wrong… the non-stop drilling coming from the parking area, traffic noise and the hum of the neighbor’s air-conditioning at night seem to go hand-in-hand with city living. Whether you have a condo in Miami, a house … [Read Entire Story]

Handwriting Analysis: What does your handwriting say about you?

Do you like your handwriting? I like mine (although, I am probably the only one who does). If I try really hard, I can pen a decent-looking ‘thank you’ note. But when I take notes I am the only one who can read them. Sometimes I think that I have chosen … [Read Entire Story]

5 Brilliantly-Simple Ways to Increase Your IQ

Who wouldn’t want to be more intelligent? Make quicker decisions? Not to be the last one to laugh at the friends’ jokes? The good news is that there is more to increasing your IQ than studying and reading books. There some great tips, on how to become smarter that are based on scientific research, yet that are easy… [Read Entire Story]

Information Overload and the Art of Communication

What does it take to connect with others so that our message stays with them? How can we frame our communication in a way that bypasses their built in perception filters and leaves a lasting impression? As a writer, this subject is of special interest to me. Beyond that, the benefits of mastering effective communication touches … [Read Entire Story]

Body Language of Lies: 6 Ways to Spot a Liar

Body language is a powerful non-verbal communication tool, allowing you to decode subtle messages and even spot a liar. However, before you learn how to do this, I want you to ask yourself one question – why would you want to stop a liar? They say that with great power comes great responsibility. Mastering the art of body language is a great power and you should be ready to assume the responsibility that comes with it. For one you will start noticing that people tell more untruths than you would have ever imagined. In fact, researchers have discovered that 60% of people lie at least once during a 10 minute… [Read Entire Story]