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Don't sweat the small stuff with your family : simple ways to keep daily responsibilities and household chaos from taking over your life

Autor: Richard Carlson
Editorial: New York : Hyperion, ©1998.
Edición/Formato:   Libro : Inglés (eng) : 1st edVer todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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Simple Ways to Keep Daily responsibilties and Household Chaos from Taking over your Life.
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Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto
Todos autores / colaboradores: Richard Carlson
ISBN: 0786883375 9780786883370 0786864893 9780786864898
Número OCLC: 38311702
Descripción: 255 pages ; 17 cm
Contenido: Introduction --
Set a positive emotional climate --
Give yourself an extra ten minutes --
Keep in mind that a happy spouse is a helping spouse --
Learn from kids as they live in the moment --
Protect your privacy --
Forgive your outbursts --
Listen to her (and him too) --
Make peace with bickering --
Think of taking care of your home like painting the bridge --
Don't answer the phone --
Live from your heart --
Keep your promises --
Buy something new, let something go --
Encourage boredom in your children --
Expect it to spill --
Allow "white space" in your calendar --
Don't wait for bad news to appreciate your life --
Make light of being overwhelmed --
Ask yourself the question "what messges am I really sending to my children?" --
Appreciate the teen phase --
Refuse to let it bug you --
Nover miss a chance to say "I love you" --
Develop your own reset buttons --
Explore voluntary simplicity --
Keep good company --
Agree to disagree --
Don't put yourself down --
Stop exchanging horror stories --
Set a good example --
Experience calm surrender --
Create a "selfish" ritual --
If you have children, set your agenda aside --
Fill your home with evidence of love --
Don't let money get you down --
Start the day with love, live the day with love, end the day with love --
Never, ever, take your spouse (or significant other) for granted --
Put a ceiling on your desires --
Let them win an argument for a change --
Keep a sane pace --
Don't be a martyr --
Let go of your expectations --
Appreciate your in-laws --
Moods and home life --
Separate work from everything else --
Work on absolute acceptance of those you love most --
Don't sweat the little quirks --
When someone asks you how you are, don't emphasize how busy you are --
Give your neighbors a break --
Acknowledge the unique hardships of your family members --
Don't go to bed mad --
Ask yourself "why should I be exempt from the rest of the human race?" --
Let yourself off the hook --
Remember, actions speak louder than words --
Learn to stay centered --
Become less easily bothered --
Schedule time for kindness --
Don't talk behind their backs --
Have family meetings --
Remember to show your appreciation --
Put things in perspective --
Don't overemphasize your vacations --
Speak with loving kindness --
Sit still --
Take it as it comes --
Stay healthy --
Attend to feelings first --
Don't overevaluate your performance --
Imagine that someone else is in the room watching you --
Keep in mind, as within, so without --
Create a new relationship with someone you already know --
Keep your "thought attacks" in check --
Stop exaggerating your workload --
Remind others to treasure life --
Stop repeating the same mistakes --
Recognize when someone doesn't have an eye for something --
Don't expect your family members to treat you the same way others do --
Go camping --
Think in terms of my child, my teacher --
Remind yourself that you can't take it with you --
Have a favorite family charity --
Be patient with your landlord or building manager --
Get some exercise --
Look for incremental improvement --
Remind yourself frequently what your children really want --
Don't read between the lines --
Speak softly --
Stay playful --
Think of something you did right today --
Discover a simple pleasure --
Remember, it's the little things that will be remembered most --
Be an example of peace --
Express gratitude for your home --
Sop complaining about the complaining --
Embrace change --
Reverse roles with your sppuse --
Surrender to the fact that there's always something to do --
Become clutter-free --
Defer gratification --
Remember, this too shall pass --
Treat your family members as if this were the last time you were going to see them.
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Simple Ways to Keep Daily responsibilties and Household Chaos from Taking over your Life.

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