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Our Conveniently Lonely Lives | Psychology Today

Convenience and the maximizing of individual preferences are quite alluring. Read more from Dr. Silard’s recently published article in Psychology Today here.

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The Loneliness of Convenience | Psychology Today

Understand how the pursuit of convenience could increase your loneliness. Read Dr. Silard’s latest article published in Psychology Today, here.

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Transforming Rejection

Can you remember the enduring pain of being ostracized from a social group as a teenager? I certainly can.  Don’t Let Rejection Define You  I remember as vividly as if it were yesterday the day that Charles, who I thought was my best friend when I was a senior in high school in Washington, DC, […]

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Transforming Rejection | Psychology Today

Can you see rejection as a gift? Learning to do so could be a life changer. Check out Dr. Anthony Silard’s latest article in Psychology Today here.

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How to Focus on Relationships in the Age of Distraction

This is Part Nine of a nine-part series published over nine consecutive weeks.  The cognitive psychologist Daniel Willingham notes, “One of the most stubborn, persistent [aspects] of the mind is that when you do two things at once, you don’t do either one as well as when you do them one at a time.” It is […]

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How to Focus on Relationships in the Age of Distraction | Psychology Today

Anthony Silard’s most recent article in Psychology Today has some great advice on nurturing more meaningful relationships in your life. Read more here.

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Does Not Getting What We Want in Life Lead to Loneliness?

Explore more in our latest video from The Art of Living Free here!

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Breaking Addiction to Heal True Connections

This is Part Eight of a nine-part series published over nine consecutive weeks.  Herein lies an important reminder about addiction: All addictions are to something external to you.   If you want to kick any addiction— including one (or many) mediated by your phone or laptop, such as porn, gambling, or seeking Mr. or Ms. Right—the […]

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Breaking Addiction to Heal True Connections | Psychology Today

Wanting to be more in control of your time and relationships? Check out this read in Psychology Today here.

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Is it True that Leaders Inspire Their Followers on a Common Vision and Then Take Them There?

Watch our latest video from The Art of Living Free, here.

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