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April 12, 2005 Free Articles

What is DBT, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy?

DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy), evolved out of CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), developed by Dr. Marsha M. Linehan. DBT was originally designed for treating people with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). Now, many people enjoy the benefits of DBT. DBT is also used for people with self-harm behaviors, suicide thoughts, urges to suicide, and suicide attempts. It also helps with binge-eating, depression, suicidal teens, and older clients who get depressed again and again.

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Beware of Spyware

One day, you suddenly realize that your computer started to worknoticeably slower than it used to. You decide to run de-fragmentation of your hard drive and add more virtual memory to the system. No luck! May be, it’s probably some viruses, you reckon turning on your virus scanning software. Even after running the anti-virus program you notice that the problem won’t resolve. Not understanding what’s happening frustrated you pick up the phone. It’s time to call your tech-support. Sounds familiar? You are not alone! Each day, thousands of users are facing similar problems caused by malicious software called Spyware. According to Dell technical support, nowadays 12 percent of their support calls involve problems related to some kinds of Spyware. Microsoft reports that fifty percent of all computer crushes are caused by Spyware, viruses and Trojans.

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CRM

The story of the emperor's new clothes is a fairy tale about men who fooled the emperor into believing that they had made him a beautiful suit of clothes. In fact they had not made anything. The emperor went out in public wearing nothing but his underwear because he didn't want to appear stupid since they had told him only the wisest people could see the fine fabrics.When the emperor went out in public a little child yelled..."The emperor isn't wearing any clothes!" Today I am that child.

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Endorsement Marketing Secrets

Endorsement marketing is having famous or reputable people recommend your product or service to others. They could be celebrities, star athletes, musicians, etc. Choose people thatare related to your business and might actually use your product or service.

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How to Get Rich with Network Marketing

Network marketing is a marketing strategy being increasingly put to use by hundreds of home business owners nowadays. Network marketing is basically retailing products by using independent distributors. These distributors build and manage their own sales force by recruiting others to sell products. Each person in this downline is a distributor in his own right with his own sales team. This way a “network” of sales people for a particular product is formed. The upside is that the originating product manufacturer or marketer does not have to bear costly overheads of recruiting and maintaining their own sales team. Compensation for each distributor or sales person includes one’s own sales and a percentage of the sales of his or her entire downline.

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What Does A.C.C.O.U.N.T.A.B.I.L.I.T.Y Mean To You?

In today’s 24/7 driven global world, accountability is becoming a more frequently heard word in any industry. Every individual is being asked to produce more, be more responsible, all under the umbrella of accountability. This word by just being spoken creates fear; causes individuals to flinch or perspire; become hostile and close their minds to all logical reason.

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Beliefs

Do you realize that what we believe about ourselves, affects us so much more than what is actually true about ourselves? Let me give you an example of what I mean.

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Self Published...is it better?

When you're known as a writer only to family, friends and a handful of people around town is it wise to wait for traditional publishing companies to bite on your literary work?

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The Idiot’s Step-By-Step Guide To Blogging for Profit

Blogging is easy, blogging is fun. And what’s more…it can help your business in a lot of ways. A blog is a frequent, chronological publication of personal thoughts and web links in the cyberspace. You could call it an e-diary where you can register your thoughts, opinion and comments on anything and everything under the sun that interests you. Though people had been ‘at it’ long before the term blog was coined; it has gained currency as an effective medium of communicating over the Internet only recently. The introduction of automated published software like “Blogger” at www.blogger.com has been instrumental in blogging success. A blog or a weblog’ is conceptually similar to a website and is accessible to anyone on the Internet.

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Eucharistic Confessions of a Simple Saint

Sitting in the sanctuary this morning in anticipation of the Eucharistic celebration to come, my mind began to muse about the integral facet of confession within any Communion experience. Within our Wesleyan tradition, we usually will read aloud and in unison a confessional prayer1 that is fitting and that will generally hit the big things. I mean, had you committed some form of grave sin and had prayed the prayer sincerely, you would probably be covered. But if not, this is customarily followed by a time of silent prayer in which we can personalize anything that was not covered by the previous exchange. (Boy, them Methodist think of everything!)

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Looking at Parables from a Different Perspective

Newly released from Candle Books are two great little volumes for preschool age children and their parents.

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When Suffering Strikes...Again

Author Marci Alborghetti is proof positive that one can have setbacks in life and move on to make the world a better place. In her new book When Lightening Strikes Twice (Twenty-Third Publications, January 2005, paperback 142 pages), she offers hope and encouragement to those facing the recurrence of difficult circumstances in their own lives. Following a victorious bout with cancer and after six years of good health, Alborghetti received the devastating news – lightening had struck her for a second time: the cancer was back. She found this second battle to be much more difficult than the first, and her experience led her to examine why that was the case. She found that others on similar journeys had the same experience.

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John Paul the Honest

In the world of men and women, there are many famous names. Consider these: The great Commoner, William Pitt, the elder. The grand old man, William Ewart Gladstone. The wisest fool in Christendom, King James I of England. The bard of Avon, William Shakespeare. The black Napoleon, Jean Jacques Dessalines of Haiti. The Dickens of France, Honore de Balzac. Others are the first gentleman in Europe, King George IV of England. The lady of the lamp, Florence Nightingale. The laughing philosopher, Democritus. The faultless painter, Andrea del Sarto. The learned Blacksmith, Elihu Burrit, an American linguist. The young pretender, Charles Edward Stuart. The Semiramis of the North, Catherine II, Empress of Russia. The inspired idiot, Oliver Goldsmith.

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Superultramodern Science (SS) and The Millennium Problems in Mathematics

In this article I address 3 of the 7 millennium problems in mathematics announced by the Clay Mathematics Institute (CMI), USA. I propose solutions (not all of which are meant to be conclusive) to the problems using the ideas in Superultramodern Science (SS), which is my foremost creation.

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What to look for when shopping for a SEO specialist.

When, shopping for a Search Engine Optimization (SEO) company/specialist you need to be aware of a few things.

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