News and Stress It seems that everyone is talking about the stress they are experiencing. My neighbor and I were discussing  how the daily news about the Coronavirus, the economy, demonstrations, deaths, students remote learning at home, and the 2020 election can spark and ignite an individual’s stress level. Social media, newspapers, radio programs, blogs, and…

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We all have experienced difficult people professionally and personally. Recently, I experienced a difficult person who I thought of as a Meevillian. Meevillain is the  Princess of the Forest of Fear in my Princess Shayna’s Invisible Visible Gift, which is the children’s fairy tale version of What Color Is Your Brain?®. Meevillain is the “shadowed” side…

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The internet, social media, newspapers, and radio programs provide us with news, which affects our professional and business lives. For some people, news provides information and entertainment. However, for others, the news can also create stressful situations.  How individuals respond to stressful situations differs because of their personality type. Understanding their Brain Color behavior help people decrease…

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A bully is a person who repeatedly browbeats or intimidates another person and is habitually is cruel to others who are weaker than he or she. When I was a child we had only one neighborhood bully. Today, it is disturbing and sad to note that there are multiple bullies in our homes, communities, schools, workplaces, and on-line. Bully behavior has become is a extremely serious issue. According to…

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