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How to Handle Tough Clients (And Not Want to Punch Everything)

Business can be stressful, especially when you add agitated or angry customers to the mix. Every once in a while, you’ll come across someone who is particularly vile. Maybe they call you names, refuse to treat you with respect, make lofty claims or refuse to pay for goods and services. It’s not an easy situation to deal with, but we’ve all been there. The most important thing is to keep your cool in the moment so that you don’t lose yourself and damage the brand’s reputation. It’s almost always...
Tags: Psychology, Hollywood, Design, Small Business, Office, Inspiration, Guides, Beethoven, Philosophy, Lady Gaga, Don, Lexie


"'I have this weird thing that if I sleep with someone,' she explained, 'they’re going to take my creativity from me through my vagina.'"

"She was laying out why she didn’t have a partner, why she worried about the depletion of artistic energy that stripping bare in front of someone could precipitate. 'I’m lonely when I’m in relationships,' she continued. 'It’s my condition as an artist.'... There it was, in black and white: Dating could sap you. There it was: If you want to be your fullest self, it’s possible a partner will weigh you down...."From "How Lady Gaga convinced me to give up dating — and finish my book" by Anna Maxymiw...
Tags: Psychology, Sleep, Law, Sex, Wikipedia, Pregnancy, Mythology, Lady Gaga, Gaga, Thomas Aquinas, Aquinas, Ann Althouse, Genitalia, Anna Maxymiw WaPo


R. Kelly Reportedly Having Panic Attacks Over “Surviving R. Kelly” Lifetime Documentary

Lifetime’s “Surviving R. Kelly” documentary series is reportedly taking a toll on R. Kelly, TMZ reports.According to the gossip site, the singer-songwriter has been so stressed out about the whole situation that he’s been suffering from severe panic attacks, which started in the days leading up to the 6-episode series airing last week and has continued even afterward. TMZ reported that one attack was so serious that he had to seek treatment at a hospital.“Surviving R. Kelly” documented in great ...
Tags: Health, Celebs, Georgia, Lifetime, Pop Culture, Jazz, Aaliyah, Lady Gaga, Controversy, Reports, R. Kelly, Gaga, Kelly, John Legend Chrissy Teigen, Kellz, Ignition


Want To Look And Feel Younger? Read This First!

With 2019 already underway, it’s quite shocking to think that we all counted down to the turn of the millennium 19 years ago…A mere 10 years ago, the world was shocked with Michael Jackson suddenly passed away, Lady Gaga had released the incredible “Bad Romance” and people where still dancing with their iPod. Feeling old yet? Pop culture aside, it’s impossible not to feel the endless march of time. But surely there must be something you can do about it? Don’t get me wrong, there are so...
Tags: Health, Fashion, Exercise, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Lady Gaga, Michael Jackson, Anti-aging, Health & Fitness, 2019, Spiritual Health


Psychology Around the Net: October 13, 2018

Want to know more about how employers can better understand their employees with mental health issues? The thought processes behind making snap moral judgments of others? Why depression and trauma can make you age faster? Well, you’re in luck with this week’s Psychology Around the Net! Workplace Mental Health In Crisis: A Survivor’s Story: Anabela Figueiredo, Head of Strategy Enablement for HSBC Holdings PLC, shares the story of how her struggles with panic attacks drastically altered — and a...
Tags: Psychology, Celebrities, Suicide, Aging, Happiness, Research, Depression, Abuse, Trauma, Employees, Violence, World Health Organization, Closure, Childhood Trauma, Lady Gaga, Panic Attacks


Why Catchy Songs Get Stuck in Our Brains: New Study Explains the Science of Earworms

What’s your current earworm? For obvious yet sad reasons, “Raspberry Beret” and “Ashes to Ashes” have tunneled into my brain in the past year. Can’t seem to shake ‘em loose, though it certainly could be worse. Wander through a shopping mall (while they still exist), go to a chain restaurant or grocery store. You may pick up an unwanted passenger—the tune of a song you loathe, yet cannot for the life of you forget. But can the Prince/Bowie soundtrack in my mind properly be called an “earw...
Tags: Psychology, Google, Music, College, Katy Perry, New York Times, Lady Gaga, Kylie Minogue, Charles, Pixar, Durham University, Bowie, Jagger, University Of Cincinnati, Facebook Twitter, Josh Jones


Research Reveals How Certain Catchy Songs Get Stuck in Our Brains: What Earworms Can’t You Escape?

What’s your current earworm? For obvious yet sad reasons, “Raspberry Beret” and “Ashes to Ashes” have tunneled into my brain in the past year. Can’t seem to shake ‘em loose, though it certainly could be worse. Wander through a shopping mall (while they still exist), go to a chain restaurant or grocery store. You may pick up an unwanted passenger—the tune of a song you loathe, yet cannot for the life of you forget. But can the Prince/Bowie soundtrack in my mind properly be called an “earw...
Tags: Psychology, Google, Music, College, Katy Perry, New York Times, Lady Gaga, Kylie Minogue, Charles, Pixar, Durham University, Bowie, Jagger, University Of Cincinnati, Facebook Twitter, Josh Jones


Lady Gaga FaceTimed Prince William to Talk About the Importance of Discussing Mental Health

The pair talk about the importance of shedding shame and stigma around discussions of mental well being and illness
Tags: News, Uncategorized, Mental Health, Prince William, Lady Gaga, Onetime, Lady Gaga FaceTimed Prince William, Importance of Discussing Mental Health


Meaningful mindfulness: How it could help you be happier and healthier

The Dalai Lama and Lady Gaga walk into a room ...
Tags: Health, Lady Gaga


How to have meaningful mindfulness

The Dalai Lama and Lady Gaga walk into a mayor's conference... they are part of the mindfulness movement. Mindfulness essentially is paying attention on purpose, in the present moment, non-judgmentally. When people do it studies show they are happier, more successful, handle stress better and are more productive. There's a bunch of new science to understand it, here's what it is all about.
Tags: Health, Lady Gaga


Meaningful mindfulness: How it could help you

The Dalai Lama and Lady Gaga walk into a room ...
Tags: Health, Lady Gaga


How to have meaningfulness mindfulness

The Dalai Lama and Lady Gaga walk into a mayor's conference... they are part of the mindfulness movement. Mindfulness essentially is paying attention on purpose, in the present moment, non-judgmentally. When people do it studies show they are happier, more successful, handle stress better and are more productive. There's a bunch of new science to understand it, here's what it is all about.
Tags: Health, Lady Gaga


Psychology Around the Net: December 10, 2016

My neck of the woods had its first snow yesterday! It wasn’t anything major — just some steady flurries, really — but it lasted several hours and made me happy. I love the first snow of the season; it’s just…magical to me. It always puts me in a good mood. According to the forecast, it won’t snow any this weekend, but at least I got to enjoy it yesterday. Anyway, off to this week’s mental health news! Get ready for how the 21st Century Cures Act will affect mental health care, a list of essenti...
Tags: Psychology, Celebrities, Students, Children, Study, Sad, New York City, Habits, Insurance, Research, Disorders, Depression, Ptsd, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Treatment, Teachers


Why you can't get that song out of your head

In 2009, Lady Gaga sang about being caught in a bad romance, and people the world over were, almost instantly, able to sing along.
Tags: Health, Lady Gaga


16 Celebs Who Considered Suicide

  Share Your Story! 16 Celebs Who’ve Admittedly Contemplated Suicide We can all agree that suicide is no laughing matter, however people tend to forget just how many people are truly affected by it. According to the American Foundation for
Tags: News, Suicide, Mental Health, Depression, Self Harm, Violence, Lady Gaga, Mental Illness, Tracy Morgan, Oprah, Originals, Caitlyn Jenner, Ronda Rousey, Kehlani, American Foundation, Multi


‘Gaga’ for David Bowie? How easily we smear the ill and disenfranchised | Catherine Shoard

Dementia patients suffer doubly, victims of a vocabulary that mocks their vulnerabilitiesAs reviews go, Duncan Jones’s critique of Lady Gaga’s tribute to his father, David Bowie, at Monday’s Grammy awards ceremony was a five-star effort. It was pithy without being bitchy. It was epigrammatic in an age that often seems allergic to the tease. It drew attention to intent, as well as assessing the results. Its construction was watertight.It was also plagiarism: Jones was, cutely, quoting a dictionar...
Tags: Health, Music, Society, UK News, Mental Health, Pop and rock, David Bowie, Dementia, Lady Gaga, Jones, Duncan Jones, Grammy Awards 2016, Catherine Shoard


Super Bowl 50: Peyton Manning Goes Out on Top (on Facebook and Twitter)

Not surprisingly, Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning was the most-discussed player on Facebook during Super Bowl 50 Sunday night, as well as the most-tweeted-about Broncos player. Facebook said in an email to SocialTimes that 60 million users generated some 200 million posts, comments and likes during Sunday night’s big game, marking the second-highest Super Bowl interactions total on the social network, and trailing only Super Bowl XLIX last year. The top three players in terms of Facebo...
Tags: Health, Meat, Food, Facebook, Twitter, Nordstrom, TV, Television, Kim Kardashian, #Beyonce, Instagram, Nbc, Parents, Dogs, Abc, Pizza



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