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How To Build A Positive Identity?

13th October 2008
People derive a sense of self and identity through interactions with others who give recognition and approval to a person's abilities and accomplishments. How does that work? As children grow up, they are dependant on 'significant others' for forming of a... Read >
Author: Gudrun Frerichs, PhD

The Real World of Alimony (Spousal Maintenance) Under Washington State Divorce Law

17th January 2008
The only time I see maintenance/alimony awarded in marriages less than five years is where one party is unemployed or would end up on the street if their partner just left them. Even in those cases, the awarded at temporary orders reads something like: "T... Read >
Author: Robert Stark

You Can Lose Inches Fast

10th November 2007
In just an hour, you can expect to lose between 6 and 20 inches off of your body. No amount of working out can make that difference in that time frame. Hitting the gym 5 times a week and pushing your limits on weight training you might lose 5-10 inches in... Read >
Author: Chris

The Unusual Statue of David Apron

16th June 2007
Who on earth would want a statue of David apron? The statue of David?? Well I have heard of the statue of David and I read a really good book once which used the statue of David as a metaphor for carving out your own life. Good book! But an apron with the... Read >
Author: Steve Knowles

Fitness as a Metaphor for Life

05th March 2007
Copyright (c) 2007 Ainsley Laing As I was reflecting the other day on my life up to now, it occurred to me that the process of getting fit is a metaphor for living a full life. Stay with me here'. To get fit one needs to 1) decide to do it, 2) decid... Read >
Author: Ainsley Laing
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