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    (Published: Tue, 07 Mar 2006 11:53:58 -0700)
    You Deserve a Great Relationship? Don’t Settle with Someone Who Can’t Love!
    If you spend too much time hurting and not enough time loving this may be the most important article you could read. Did you know that some people just don’t let themselves have love? They don’t let themselves take the risk or feel vulnerable. Some people don’t love themselves enough to value you if
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Psychology
    (Published: Wed, 08 Mar 2006 11:25:38 -0700)
    Imprints on the Soul
    When I was a resident Chaplain at the University of Kentucky, I would often baptize those who were dying. On one occasion, I was given the task of baptizing an aborted child that did not make it through labor. I was given a small fetus in an empty room. This child was not much bigger than my thumb.
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Psychology
    (Published: Mon, 13 Mar 2006 16:30:45 -0700)
    What Are You Saying?: A Key Step to Your Positive Attitude
    Part of reaching beyond your limitations to your success is asking yourself questions that will help you identify your limitations, so that you can reach beyond. Some of us are not aware of what we are even saying to ourselves. What are you saying?! Your self talk can limit you, empower you or ele
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Psychology
    (Published: Mon, 10 Apr 2006 10:24:18 -0700)
    Men Have Caves and Women Have Covens

    Once there was a couple named Mr. and Mrs. Stressful. Husband Stressful is a major player in a large multinational corporation, and Wife Stressful is a top executive in the same corporation. From Monday to Saturday, husband and wife can be seen lugging around their briefcases and laptops, and wo
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Psychology
    (Published: Tue, 11 Apr 2006 06:05:19 -0700)
    Choose How to Play Great Tennis
    From birth to the age of eight to ten, children live in a state of deductive awareness. They lack the ability to respond to circumstances like we as adults do. Their responses will be based on what they have learned from the environment they are surrounded by. When it comes to tennis – particu
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Psychology
    (Published: Sat, 15 Apr 2006 23:00:00 -0700)
    Improve Your Tennis with 2 Subconscious Questions
    What I am about to share with you is the most common and potentially disastrous question any tennis player, coach or parent can ask – and the two questions you should ask instead. First, here’s a basic understanding of the subconscious mind. The subconscious mind accepts whatever is delivered
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Psychology
    (Published: Tue, 18 Apr 2006 20:24:41 -0700)
    2 Dangers of Tennis Rivalry
    As tennis fans you may have witnessed the wonderful ongoing rivalries that have taken place between McEnroe and Connors, Agassi and Sampras, Graf and Seles, Federer and Hewitt and so on. A rivalry can be a blessing or a curse depending on what it brings out in a person. For young players to
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Psychology
    (Published: Mon, 24 Apr 2006 18:31:14 -0700)
    Tennis Makeover in 20 Minutes a Week – Part 1
    Part I What I am about to share with you may appear to be so simple, yet you will find very few even so called “elite” senior and junior players take the time to learn and implement these simple practices. The key to improving any area of your tennis game is to “Know Your Numbers”. The true
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Psychology
    (Published: Tue, 25 Apr 2006 03:21:48 -0700)
    Tennis Makeover in 20 Minutes a Week – Part 2
    Part II 1. Consistency – (we covered this in Part I) 2. Depth – this is a more advanced version of the above where you aim to keep as many balls in a row in, except this time the ball must land in the back half of the court. If it lands inside the service box then treat it as “out” and start
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Psychology
    (Published: Wed, 26 Apr 2006 05:59:01 -0700)
    Tennis Makeover in 20 Minutes a Week – Part 3
    Part III Some Pro Personal Bests (PB’s) you can test yourself against. First Serves – 65% of first serves in. Naturally pro’s serve at a much greater speed than the club player. But you will find that when you serve at 65% of first serves in at your relative level you will stand a good cha
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Psychology
    (Published: Tue, 02 May 2006 03:53:00 -0700)
    The Real Purpose of Tennis Practice
    What is the main purpose of practice? Well, let me start by telling you what it’s not. It’s not to improve your strokes (not directly anyway). It’s not to work on footwork or even concentration. These are all indirect benefits of what you are aiming to do – which is to build habits. Tennis
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Psychology

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