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5 Ways to Deal With Verbal Abuse at Work

Verbal abuse in the workplace is bullying.  And while we won’t hesitate to intervene if we witness a child being bullied, the workplace is a different landscape, isn’t it?  An astounding  72 percent of the adult  Americans are familiar…

Incredible, Crows as Smart as Chimps!

Best known for her 55 year old research study, Jane Goodall taught us that chimpanzees are among the most intelligent animals, capable of learning language,  making tools, even expressing altruism. Since we share 96% of the same DNA, few…

The Top 10 Traits That Make You Likable

Monday morning you’re at work, eager to share weekend news. You’re on the lookout for a certain coworker because,  “She’s just so easy to talk with, “ or, “It’s always great when he’s around”. Maybe friends are looking for you, for the…

Catching A Liar In Their Tracks

Being lied to is no fun, and it seems like it’s even worse when you know it’s happening. Sometimes liars are so fluid with their sleight-of-tongue that they fool even the most discerning individuals. When we can’t figure out if someone is…

NO! Bad Human! Don’t Hug That Dog!

It seems like there’s always some new weird pet adventure or problem being explored on the Internet. Stories of late have featured people scaring cats with cucumbers and carrying them in specially-designed backpacks (only one of these…

Five Ways to Cultivate Resilience

Resilience is like a neglected muscle group - totally ignored until we need it, and then stressed to its limit seemingly without warning. If we are not ready to use it, the pain can be severe. Unlike our muscles, however, there is not a…

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