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  • Albert Ellis
    Albert Ellis
    American psychologist 1913-2007
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    I think the future of psychotherapy and psychology is in the school system. We need to teach every child how to rarely seriously disturb himself or herself and how to overcome disturbance when it occurs.
  • Betty Ford
    Betty Ford
    American First Lady 1918-2011
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    ... a woman... told us she was forever getting herself into trouble. But I just keep coming back, she said. I just keep showing up for my life. Showing up for life. Being blessed with the rebirth that recovery brings.
  • Bo Bennett
    Bo Bennett
    American author 1972-
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    A good leader is one who can tell another how to reach his or her potential; a great leader is one who can help another discover this potential for him or herself.
  • Gerald G. Jampolsky
    Gerald G. Jampolsky
    American psychiatrist, Lecturer, writer
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    A truly creative person rids him or herself of all self-imposed limitations.
  • Anthony Trollope
    Anthony Trollope
    British writer 1815-1882
    Anthony Trollope
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    A woman's life is not perfect or whole till she has added herself to a husband. Nor is a man's life perfect or whole till he has added to himself a wife.
  • Abel Stevens
    Abel Stevens
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    A woman... always feels herself complimented by love, though it may be from a man incapable of winning her heart, or perhaps even her esteem.
  • John Gray
    John Gray
    American relationship counselor, lecturer and author 1951-
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    A women under stress is not immediately concerned with finding solutions to her problems but rather seeks relief by expressing herself and being understood.
  • C. S. Forester
    C. S. Forester
    English novelist 1899-1966
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    Although she herself was ill enough to justify being in bed had been a person weak-minded enough to give up, Rose Sawyer could see that her brother, the Reverend Samuel Sayer, was far more ill.
  • Auguste Rodin
    Auguste Rodin
    French sculptor 1840-1917
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    Art is contemplation. It is the pleasure of the mind which searches into nature and which there divines the spirit of which nature herself is animated.
  • Aberjhani
    Aberjhani
    American historian, columnist and novelist 1957-
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    Art, rightly applied, provided humanity with the symbols, insight, and vicarious experience necessary to help one person place him- or herself in the shoes of another, and by so doing come to appreciate the commonality of human experience.
    Source: The Wisdom of W.E.B. Du Bois (2003)
  • Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
    Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
    German writer and poet 1749-1832
    Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
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    Beauty is a primeval phenomenon, which itself never makes its appearance, but the reflection of which is visible in a thousand different utterances of the creative mind, and is as various as nature herself.
  • Bill Dedman
    Bill Dedman
    American journalist 1960-
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    Brand names are well known to business school professors, but only one professor is a brand name herself. Call her Professor Oprah.
  • Caroline Knapp
    Caroline Knapp
    American writer and columnist
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    By definition, memoir demands a certain degree of introspection and self-disclosure: In order to fully engage a reader, the narrator has to make herself known, has to allow her own self-awareness to inform the events she describes.
  • John Maynard Keynes
    John Maynard Keynes
    British economist 1883-1946
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    England still stands outside Europe. Europe's voiceless tremors do not reach her. Europe is apart and England is not of her flesh and body. But Europe is solid with herself.
    Source: The Economic Consequences of the Peace (1920)
  • Germaine Greer
    Germaine Greer
    Australian writer and public intellectual 1939-
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    Every time a woman makes herself laugh at her husband's often-told jokes she betrays him. The man who looks at his woman and says ''What would I do without you?'' is already destroyed.
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