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10 Secrets About Dating a Highly Sensitive Person
Being a highly sensitive person (HSP) adds a layer of difficulty to anything and everything, including dating. It’s tricky enough to navigate an overstimulating world, but adding another person to the mix? If this feels overwhelming, you’re not alone! It’s complicated, but it can certainly be done––and when it is, it can feel oh-so-rewarding. Hopefully, some of these ideas resonate with you and inspire your next conversation.

 
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Don't be Manipulated in Marriage
Marriage can be a struggle for anyone, but if you let manipulation into your relationship from either spouse, everything becomes even more difficult. Watch the video to learn how to stop manipulation in marriage.

 
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I am Tired of Chasing Friends
This video is about I am tired of chasing friends. There are four clear signs you are fed up chasing friends.

 
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How to FIX the Most Important RELATIONSHIP in Your LIFE
Today, GrowthDay trainer Anthony Trucks shares his relationship story and how it shaped his life. Enjoy!

 
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A New Chapter For Your Marriage
Sometimes life can suck! The good news is you have an opportunity to write a new chapter in your story. And yes, it is even possible to continue your love story even after adultery. Watch the video to learn more.

 
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Life Lessons People Often Learn Too Late
This video is about the Life Lessons People Often Learn Too Late. There are four valuable life lessons you need to learn before it is indeed too late.

 
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7 Things What Men Want More Than Sex
7 Things What Men Want More Than Sex
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Infidelity Checklist | Part 1
In this video, Marriage Therapist and Relationship Expert Todd Creager shares a story of a couple who healed from infidelity from repeatedly cheating.

 
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5 Types Of People You Should Stop Being Friends With
Are you dealing with toxic friends? Having bad and toxic friendships has always been a very common occurrence. Toxic relationships can be very damaging for your overall wellbeing so it’s very important to cut toxic relationships off as soon as possible. So, we made this video to help you identify whether your friendships are healthy or toxic.

 
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How some women sabotage their own love life and attract users | Time wasting dating mistake
How some women sabotage their own love life and attract users. They chase men who are good kissers, instead of spending time getting to know good men. This dating mistake leads to so much heartache. Many women don’t realize they are making this mistake and hurting themselves in the process. They miss all the red flags because they are focused on the wrong things when dating a new guy. Women are are hypnotized by men they chase for the wrong reasons. Once dykmotized they find themselves in long term situation-ships wondering why and how they have gotten into another dead end relationship with a man who doesn’t want anything serious, women self sabotage rationalizing their sexual mistakes with guys. Year after year women sleep around and are test driven but never adjust their approach or the type of guy they chase. Afraid to waste their time putting physical stuff first, end up wasting even more precious time and energy with the wrong guys.

 
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Prepare and Position | Single and Ready
Prepare and Position | Single and Ready
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Introvert's Survival Guide to Dating
Today (drumroll please) we are here to give you an introvert’s survival guide to dating. These suggestions are tailored to help you make the most of your best qualities. If you're an introvert, it' time to bond together

 
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LEADERSHIP Principles and Practices That are CRUCIAL for Your SUCCESS!
Today, GrowthDay trainer Brendon Burchard breaks down the leadership principles and practices that can help you have a bigger impact on the world. Enjoy! WHAT IS GROWTHDAY??? Track your habits, mood and goals, and get LIVE coaching every week from the world's most influential personal growth and wellness teachers! Imagine if your all your personal development was in one place and your coaches included the world's leading personal finance coach, the most requested women in the motivational speaking industry, the world's leading stress-relief experts, world's #1 high performance coach, and multiple billion-dollar company builders!

 
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Why Don’t I Believe in Myself?
This video is about why don’t I believe in myself? There are four possible reasons why you no longer have confidence and believe in yourself anymore.

 
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Katee Sackhoff: ON How To Speak To Yourself
On this episode of On Purpose, I sat down with Katee Sackhoff. Katee is an actress, most well known for playing Lieutenant Kara "Starbuck" Thrace on Battlestar Galactica. She is also a cancer survivor. We discussed everything from failure, to work ethic, to overcoming false beliefs about ourselves. She brings a unique and profound perspective to the table, in how she’s able to situate herself from the negative external opinions we too often let creep up on us. We dove into her strategies for overcoming these tough moments of self-doubt, how she’s able to understand that who you are is not what you do, and why we should never take “no” personally.

 
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5 Lessons You Will Learn Outside Your Comfort Zone
Have you ever ventured beyond the boundaries of your comfort zone? Have you ever toyed with the idea of stepping outside of your comfort zone?

 
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8 Signs You’re Dealing With a Psychopath
What comes to mind when you hear “psychopath?” The term is often used to describe anyone from serial killers to problematic exes. In reality, psychopaths make up only 1% of the general population, about the same percentage as redheads. Psychopathy is not an official diagnosis but refers to a combination of behavioral traits including antisocial behavior, “callousness,” and low levels of empathy and interpersonal emotions. People whose behavior mostly falls under antisocial tendencies are instead diagnosed with sociopathy — officially antisocial personality disorder. So here are a few signs to look out for.

 
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Does Dating Work?
Does Dating Work?
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Healing from toxic relationships; the 6 core wounds
There are 6 core issues that are created by being in a toxic relationship. Healing happens when we are aware of the wounds and take action to heal.

 
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How to Test Your Emotional Intelligence
Emotional intelligence is something any one can build by increasing their emotional awareness, self-awareness and their awareness of others. In this video you're going to get a feel for how emotionally intelligent you are, and also become more self-aware so you can build your emotional intelligence however you think it necessary.

 
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Ways to Be A True Badass | Motivation
This video is about the Ways to Be A True Badass. There are four ways you can become a badass and get what you want in your life!

 
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Introverted, Shy, or Schizoid?
Introverts are invested in introspection, are never impulsive, reckless, defiant, or dysregulated (never borderline or psychopathic). They are avoid over-stimulation. Unlike shy people, they are not apprehensive, anxious, or afraid of unfamiliar social settings. Introversion is a choice or a preference - not an avoidant, phobic behavior (like in social anxiety or social phobia).

 
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The High Value Husband
The High Value Husband
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5 Signs You're Experiencing Dissociation
There are many ways our bodies escape from stress. One way is through dissociation. Dissociation is a defense mechanism where we unconsciously push away conflicting or threatening emotions from our subconscious mind. It’s a form of compartmentalizing your feelings so that you do not have to deal with them. Below are a few different signs that you are or have experienced dissociation.

 
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5 Signs of Teenage Depression
Only 30 percent of depressed teens are being treated. Symptoms of teenage depression can include, but not limited to: prolonged low mood or sadness, being easily irritable, feelings of helplessness, increased social isolation, loss of interest for things previously enjoyed. The signs of depression can resemble that of clinical depression. If you identify with the symptoms in the video, we recommend talking to your school counsellors or free resources.

 
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