Teachers Teach

Teachers teach, and we are all teachers. Question:  Do you pause long enough to know when you are teaching and when you are being taught? I have been trained to appreciate that everyone I meet is my teacher, no matter the supposed purpose of our meeting.  Dr. Patrick Scott came into my life as a teacher....
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By Special Guest Blogger Janice Portaro Note from Andrea:  The following blog post was contributed through the Living The Spirit Today invitation on my site.  I invite readers to submit true life examples of how they are living a Don’t Die Spirit. I have had the privilege of working with Janice since she reluctantly attended...
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Hardest Exercise Ever

by Andrea Goeglein The hardest exercise I ever had to complete in my training with Marty Seligman and Ben Dean was the Gratitude Letter. The steps for the exercise seemed simple enough. Write a letter of gratitude to someone who has impacted your life.  Simple. Then do not mail the letter, but meet personally with...
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Apology Not Accepted

By Andrea Goeglein Have you ever had your apology NOT accepted? There is a lot of talk about forgiveness and why it is good for you to forgive.  When doing forgiveness work you are cautioned not to expect anything from the person you perceived harmed you. They may not care if you forgive them.  Your...
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Three F’s to Live By

Forgive Focus Future Forgive the past. Focus on the present. Create your future. Need I write more? Peace is a process – whether it is world peace or personal peace. Thank you,  Andrea T. Goeglein, PhD http://www.linkedin.com/in/drsuccessphd https://www.facebook.com/DrSuccessPhD P.S.  I took this photo at the Stanford Shopping Center in September 2011.  I titled it in...
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Forgiveness and Spring Renewal

Easter and Passover on the same weekend – a clear sign it is the season of renewal.  The word ‘forgiveness’ has come into my communications and readings so much this week that I wanted to share how diverse and versatile the action of forgiveness is in our lives. First, I had the opportunity to review...
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