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Advice & Self-Help | Advice & Self-Help

How Can I Remain Neutral in the Cold War Between My Supervisor and Co-worker? - Workplace Coach Blog

Question: My co-worker, “Aly,” texts on her cellphone held under her desk, surfs the Internet, fakes going to the bathroom …

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

Dueling Managers Clash; Everyone Else Is Caught in the Cross-fire - Workplace Coach Blog

Mediating clashing supervisors

Advice & Self-Help | Advice & Self-Help

Turning the Tables on Workplace Bullies - Workplace Coach Blog

Outsmart workplace bullies by turning the tables on them

Advice & Self-Help | dating, relationships

Dating and Politics | Julie Ferman Associates

Don't let politics get in the way of romance! Focusing in on the qualities and characteristics that matter to you will help you avoid the tragic pitfall.

Advice & Self-Help | Advice & Self-Help

Trouble at Wilderness Lodge - Workplace Coach Blog

Domestic violence IS your business

Psychology | Psychology

Fatal Attraction: Possession Becomes Obsession - Workplace Coach Blog

She seemed like any other employee, but she wasn’t. She was an employer’s worst nightmare. Within a three months period, four employers called me reporting run-ins with “fatal attraction” employees. In each case, the store plays out like a televis

Psychology | Psychology

The Workplace Ted Bundy: stopping a serial killer - Workplace Coach Blog

You’ve met him–the workplace Ted Bundy. Initially he’s charming, both to men and women, and especially in the presence of the boss. He’s friendly and confiding. He extends himself on your behalf—out of all proportion to anything you’d expe

Advice & Self-Help | Couples and Relationship Support

The Surprising Keys to a Long-Lasting Relationship | Psychology Today

If you could read into the future of your relationship, what might you predict? New research shows the surprising role of conflict in predicting your relationship's longevity.

Psychology | Personality

How to Stop Walking on Eggshells

It’s hard to fully be yourself in any meaningful relationship when you have to be too careful – when there is even the slightest sensation of eggshells underfoot. Filtering oneself, whatever …

Advice & Self-Help | Relationships

What Grown Up Marriage Looks Like | The Huffington Post

No one is emotionally grown-up all the time. Our earlier selves are not filed away as memories but cordoned off like a half dozen smaller siblings who th...

Psychology | Relationships

6 Toxic Relationship Habits Most People Think Are Normal

Men and women are raised to objectify each other and to objectify their relationships.