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#1 27.02.2017 09:43:22

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From Imperfect Self to Perfect Body

12 Teams To Receive Supplemental Draft Picks In 2015 - RealGM Wiretap
Major League Baseball's Competitive Balance Lottery will be held on Wednesday in New York.

The Competitive Balance Lottery gives teams who have either one of the 10 smallest markets or 10 smallest revenue pools one of six additional choices after each of the first and second rounds.

This year … ersey-c-5/ , the Athletics, Brewers, Cardinals, Diamondbacks, Indians, Marlins … ersey-c-9/ , Orioles, Padres, Pirates, Rays, Reds, Rockies and Royals have a shot at the supplemental first-round picks.

Angels Acquire Thatcher Campana From D Backs For Two Prospects - RealGM Wiretap

The D-Backs have traded left-handed relief pitcher Joe Thatcher and reserve outfielder Tony Campana to the Angels for a pair of prospects.

Los Angeles sent back outfielder Zach Borenstein and right-handed reliever Joey Krehbiel in the deal.

锘? An in-patient ward for depression and suicide attempts was the last place 36 year-old Amber … rsey-c-42/ , a successful financial analyst, expected to wake up. After what she described as a meltdown, Amber thought she took enough pills to end forever the pain from a disappointing marriage and desperate affair. Months of therapy and medication made Amber realize that she may have been smart about her career but not about love.

Amber is not alone. Depression, eating disorders, suicide attempts and other alarming relationship problems such as domestic violence often occur together. Any one of these areas is a warning sign. However, while author and psychologist … rsey-c-51/ , Dr. LeslieBeth Wish, was studying over 360 women for her next book project, The No-Nonsense Womans Guide to Love, she discovered that some highly capable women, especially ages 22-47, had problems that put them in greater danger of losing their lives or making serious relationship mistakes. Ambers story is a wake up call for todays take-charge women.

Mistake #1: Pasts: From Fake Smart Cookies to Real Crumbles

Like many of the strong … ersey-c-7/ , no-nonsense women in the research, Amber came from a broken and unloving family. She blamed herself for her parents divorce and thought if she had been more important, then her critical father would not have left. Her last memory was his scowling at her for not getting all As. Critical parents and divorced parents can make even the smartest cookie fear relationship break ups and feel flawed.

The best relationship advice for women with this background is to recognize that their families words and behaviors are expressions of how the parents felt about themselvesnot about the children. Practice repeating in the mirror often: Its not about me. Its not true of me. Its about them and their problems.

Mistake #2: Control Freaks: From Talk-the-talk--but Not Walk-the-walk

Because Amber secretly felt damaged, she experienced small mistakes as mortal blows. Many capable women strive for perfection and believe control prevents unhappy endings. They often avoid asking for help because it activates fears of being controlled or found wrong and weak. In their careers, theyre proud to be seen as take-charge women. Co-workers detested Ambers micro-managing and described her as a person who could dish it out but not take it. She was a secret fraud who could talk the talk but not walk the walk.

To lessen the need for self-protection, build comfort with shortcomings by engaging in activities where mistakes are inevitable. When Amber took line-dancing lessons … rsey-c-62/ , she discovered that looking foolish was not so bad. Her confidence allowed her to drop her guard in other areas. Now she could walk the walk.

Mistake #3: Dangerous Love Flips: From Meek Men to Mean Men

Women with emotional scars from unloving families often flip back and forth between men they control or men they over-please. Amber chose an ineffective husband in the hope that he would be too weak to find fault with her or leave. When the disappointment in a pliable man becomes too high, like Amber, many strong women choose a man of charm, status and power. Too late these take-charge women discover that the mans sense of authority turned to authoritarianism and domestic violence. Ambers self-worth was so low that she allowed herself to over-value the man and buckle to his demands and abuse.

Smart relationship advice is to recognize the hidden danger of dating flips. If a woman has chosen a good but weak man, she should make a list of the positive characteristics that made her choose the man in the first place. Understanding her partners family background allows her to develop non-critical ways of helping him overcome his fears. The goal is to create a warm emotional environment of mutual aid so they can fall in love again.

Mistake #4: Seeking affairs: From Grass is Greener on the Other Side to Rotten

Like some of the capable women, Amber fantasized that having an affair would prevent her from feeling depressed. At first , it was exciting, but that high soon gave way to torment. Amber could not risk divorce, and she held on to her husband as back up in case the affair did not work out. Smart love does not include affairs. Women should regard extra-relationship behaviors and thoughts as warning signs and seek professional help.

Mistake #5: Starving for Love: From Imperfect Self to Perfect Body

The more unhappy Amber became, the more she relied on misguided ways of making herself perfect for her lover. Since she over-valued her new man, Amber believed she had to bolster her under-value of herself by becoming too thin. Like other women in the study, Amber ate a prison diet of lettuce , celery, water, coffee and a small amount of grain.

The best solutions are to regard calorie restriction and excessive exercising as a major warning sign and to ignore friends compliments and photos of sup.



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