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Solange's Letter To Her Teenage Self Captures How Her Invincibility Was Born

The artistry of Solange Knowles has become an indelible part of contemporary reflections on black womanhood. In a recent essay for Teen Vogue, Solange blesses us with some insight on how she developed into the regal being she is today. The...Show More Summary

This Episode of I Love Dick Will Change the Way You Think About Women’s Sex Lives

How do you develop a sexual self in a world that sees female desire as something to fear?

How to Develop Kids' Self Control Without Scolding at Them

If you were sitting in a room with a 5 layer chocolate cake and told not to touch it, could... The post How to Develop Kids’ Self Control Without Scolding at Them appeared first on Lifehack. Teach your kids self control through games, delayed gratification, consequences, and meditation for a calmer, less stressed life.

The Practice of Looking Deeply Using Three Dharma Seals: Impermanence, No-self and Nirvana

Thich Nhat Hanh teaches that by looking deeply we develop insight into impermanence and no self. These are the keys to the door of reality. All authentic practices of the Buddha carry within them three essential teachings called the Dharma Seals. Show More Summary

Basic Human Rights for Relationships and Self Development

What are your basic rights in a relationship? The post Basic Human Rights for Relationships and Self Development appeared first on The Good Men Project.

HRC Releases New “Coming Home” Faith Guide for LGBTQ Mormons

HRC released Coming Home to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and to Self, a guide for LGBTQ Mormons. HRC worked with an advisory team of Mormon scholars and activists to develop and shape this resource. Across the nation, LGBTQ people are having important conversations about the role of faith in their lives. Show More Summary

Are Baby Boomers A 'Generation Of Sociopaths'?

2 months agoNews : Huffington Post

Long before millennials were dubbed the “Me Generation,” journalist Tom Wolfe used the label to describe the young baby boomers coming of age in the mid-1970s, a time of heightened focus on the self and personal development. “The new alchemical dream is: changing one’s personality — remaking, remodeling, elevating, and polishing one’s very self... Show More Summary

Developing and Maintaining Healthy Relationships in Recovery

Healthy recovery begins by developing a relationship with one’s self while remaining abstinent from drugs and alcohol. Through the process of self-discovery in sobriety, there will come the acceptance of a new personal identity, which will lend itself to taking inventory of one’s past behaviors and resentments, and open the door to forgiveness, change, and … Continued

Building feedback loops for finding flow in serious work

“Inspiration arrives at surprising times, but it prefers to find you working,” Picasso reportedly said. As someone who aspires to develop my self and my skills, and to make the world a better, more just place, I like to think about working in many different ways. One of the ways I’m thinking about work is […]

Bringing Virtual Reality Into Firearms Training

Let’s take “gaming” to a whole new level, shall we. Loke Uei Tan, a self proclaimed geek and USPSA shooter, spent a few months developing a virtual reality shooting simulator for the Oculus Rift. Dubbed the ‘Practisim VR’ the software’s...Show More Summary

5 Digital Marketing Brain Training Exercises to Keep You Sharp

Over the years, we’ve all developed some bad habits as marketers. Some may be a result of our environment, while others have been self inflicted. As more and more bad habits enter our digital marketing routine, there is less room for healthy exercises to keep us strong. The most recent CMO Survey uncovered that CMOs [...]Show More Summary

Popular beauty app Meitu checks if iPhone is jailbroken, sends carrier data back to developer

One of the App Store's top downloads -- an app for creating Anime-style self portraits -- is a potential privacy risk to its users, as researchers have discovered the app sends details about carrier, and whether the iPhone has been jailbroken, back to the developer.

SGR Ep99 - Be a Better Human w/ David Rachford

David Rachford is the creator and host of "The Better Human Challenge," a podcast on personal development and challenging you to become your best self. At the age of 40, David found himself overweight, abusing alcohol, and not living in alignment with his values of health & fitness. Show More Summary

On the Destructive Belief That No One Can Make Us Feel Anything

When I studied psychology back in the day, Fritz Perls was very popular. I felt a new sense of empowerment reading his compelling writing about “owning” the self and developing radical self-reliance — moving from environment support to self-support. Perls’ views may have been what the […]

Mel C opens up about developing an eating disorder while with the Spice Girls

5 months agoLifestyle / Fashion : AOL: Style

Melanie Chisholm recalls that her time as Sporty Spice took a toll on her self esteem. "I joined the Spice Girls when I was 20 and it was an insane time. I developed an eating disorder," she shares in a brief tell-all on BBC Good Food. Show More Summary

Google finally made it clear it won't build its own cars (GOOG, GOOGL)

Don't expect a Google-built car anytime soon. The company, which has been developing self driving car technology for years, said on Tuesday that it has no plans to actually build cars itself. “We are a self-driving technology company. Show More Summary

Panasonic’s robotic checkout will scan and bag all your groceries

5 months agoTechnology : Venture Beat

Hot on the heels of Amazon’s tech-centered march into grocery retail, Japanese electronics giant Panasonic has developed an automated system for scanning and bagging purchases that eliminates the need for a human cashier. Self checkout machines have been in use for years. But Panasonic’s robotic system, which was demonstrated in Osaka on Monday, uses a computerized […]

Listen: Graham Kartna - Shoot The Moons

Bubbly, chaotic; two toy trains running straight into each other. That's Kartna's work: a metaphor of a primitive, childlike state where colors explode, the development of the self rests far-off in the beyond, & the present is your only consciousness. Show More Summary

A Better World Where All Have Enough To Thrive

  Ethics I think ethics is a part of our experience – we all have thoughts and feelings about what is right and wrong. And part of self development is developing this ethical sense. I think part of this is widening our concern beyond our friends and loved ones to strangers and the rest of […]

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