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Turn the pain into power!! 🙏
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Don't hesitate to be kind help those who you can. Even the little things can bring us joy.
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I'm a serious worrier myself and agree worry can help one plan/expect/manage the future or one's life but it can also be debilitating if obsessive!

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/04/170427120906.htm

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HARD SKILLS VS SOFT SKILLS IN TODAY’S PERIOD; WHAT IS MORE THE MAJOR?

Query: In an era age and environment of high technology, are we more reliant on soft skills as opposed to hard skills…, for life and work?

For Instance: (higher divorce rates than yester years, astronomical job shortages due to under-sourcing or outsourcing, social change in family dynamics, physical disruptions of natural habitats [e.g. pressures on ecosystems dividing people with different interests], chemical contamination of the atmosphere, cultural resources and values, equity issues [e.g. disproportional dissemination with folks without strong institutional supports], social disruption to community impacts that gives rise to structural economic and social disputes to local communities [e.g. loss of fisheries due to tech-intervention]).

Has the ‘2001 intergenerational—technological cultural gap disrupted interpersonal co-relationships from cohorts gone by [both intimately and professionally]? I.e. Interference of communication cohesiveness via telephone vs telecom; competition of scarce resources via innovation and subcontracting; rivalry of roles in professions by the use of high level academia accomplishments vs general past practices…

Given above brief articulations; and how it seems that technical aptitude skills are more relevant than interpersonal skills within the revolutionary milieu of modernization; how is it then, that good soft skills are no more the prominent figure…, or are they?

Any thoughts? Pls chime in, thx :)


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Anger is probably one of the most destructive emotions if we direct it against ourselves. Unfortunately we can blame ourselves so easily.

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What is schizotypal personality disorder?

http://psychlens.com/schizotypal-personality-disorder/
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