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|“People can refute your facts, but never your feelings.” Sharon Anthony Bower |
The first step to managing a situation in an assertive way is to notice howyou feel.
Asking someone to do something for you, confronting someone about their ...
|Bennett, James Gordon A fact in itself is nothing. It is valuable only for the idea |
attached to it, or for the proof which it furnishes. - Bernard, Claude People can
refute your facts, but never your feelings. - Bower, Sharon Anthony Facts in books
|However, you must try to be very objective, and one way to do this is to ask |
yourself, as you write down your response, ... In contrast, the thought, "No one will
ever want to be with me" may feel accurate to Sara, but it is not supported by any
factual data. ... As you do this, ask yourself, "Is there any evidence that refutes or
does not support my thought? ... There is no to be with me. solid proof that, for
some reason, it will never happen again. ... In general, I know a lot of people that
|In his typical unique writing style, Peter Kreeft lets an attractive, honest, and funny relativist interview a "Muslim fundamentalist" absolutist so as not to stack the dice personally for absolutism.|
|Access the Incredible Power of Feelings to Improve Your Health Arthur Janov ... If |
we want a therapist who can feel and sense things, we may want a right-brain
dominant individual; but, of course, someone with ... Health The Road to Mental
Health The Road to Mental Health We must not refute the importance of feelings
and their connection in psychotherapy. ... We must look beyond statistics, facts,
and “proofs,” and focus on the subtext—feelings that make sense out of all those
|Locke argues that, if something is really true, it can stand up to rational inquiry |
and should be subjected to it. ... onto the sun to make it orbit the earth)5 — but the
lesson remains the same; gut feeling is not good enough to justify beliefs on its
own. ... can be okay; so if you accept that theory you will have to abandon your
intuition that discrimination is always wrong. ... so many different people are
giving us this information, and because it's hard to determine "which facts are
facts,'% we ...
|'Ah! Your people will have been glad of a sight of you. They're all well, I hope?' '|
Oh yes, rather, thanks.' Colin had a feeling that he ought to regale Mr. Seddon
with boisterous military anecdotes, but he could think of none. He answered ...
|I was not willing to tell him of my intention to resign, when there could have been |
no motive for it but to constrain his ... I replied to this that it was a mistaken
calculation; and, if not, then the bill ought not to pass with the people's
representatives against it. ... There was never an hour when I could not have
altered my course without any abatement of their respect or any .... as l have, in a
holding the democratic party in North Aflrvv' QM~MWMM I that be honorable, I
leave your otvn hearts to ...
|Dr Campbell illuminates the connection between nutrition and these often fatal diseases and reveals the natural human diet.|
|But I feel particularly gratified at this evidence of the confidence of my fellow-|
citizens, inasmuch as it strengthens the ... I, nevertheless, meet the
responsibilities of this day with feelings of the deepest solicitude. ... State ; which,
in its infancy, is exposed to numberless hazards and perils, and which can never
attain to maturity, or ripen into ... Indeed, gentlemen of the Legislature, if I had
less reliance upon your co-operation and the indulgence and support of a
reflecting people, and felt ...