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This was the reflection question that came across my email about a month ago in the weekly podcast post, “Best of Ourselves” from my friend and leadership coach, Marcia Hyatt. It’s been a big part of my new life as a happy, healthy and fit girl living from the center of the equation. I’ve learned more about what I like and don’t like, want and don’t want. I’m dating and putting myself out there again — this time really embracing it. I still don’t have the answers, but I am living into them. (Shonda Rimes, Year of YES) What a delight it was last year to read Shonda Rimes’ bestseller titled: “ Her engaging, delightful and authentic book put into words what I was living out loud and had commissioned the new, healthier me to do.
The podcast was titled “Saying Yes.” Of course, I clicked on it instantly. Since I hit my weight-loss goal in May 2012, I’ve been on a YES! does NOT mean saying yes to everyone and everything. I agree wholeheartedly with Shonda Rimes that the very act of doing the thing that scares me, removes the fear and opens me up.
But before you do something sneaky or get in a huge, blowout fight with them, read these tips on how to convince your parents to let you date. I know this sounds obvious, but seriously: don't bug your parents about this until there is someone in your life worth fighting over it for.
I know that, for me, sometimes just hearing the words "you can't do that" would make me want to fight, even if it wasn't something I wanted to do right at that moment. Source: Shutter Stock When the time comes, you have no other choice but to talk to your parents. My mom has always been a sucker when we tell her the truth about how we feel. Being honest with them will make them more likely to listen and consider your feelings. Source: Shutter Stock Don't go into this conversation determined to only get what you want - you need to be willing to make compromises.
They never said I couldn’t date him – they just did everything they could to make it difficult, from hiding the phones so I couldn’t call him to telling me I couldn’t go out at all on weekdays. I wish I knew then that there is a better way to do things.
Activists filed on behalf of an aggrieved second-year law student is underway.
A backlash to the backlash developed, with more thoughtful commentators pointing out that Google Buzz disclosed your "followers" and who you were "following" only if you had elected to publish that information publicly on your Google profile in the first place.
My hunch is that Google Buzz will continue to grow because, after nearly a decade of social-networking experiences (its great-granddaddy, Friendster, started in early 2002), Internet users have grown accustomed to informational exhibitionism.
We know this because an engineer working five feet from Brin used Google Buzz to say so.
"I just finished eating dinner with Sergey and four other Buzz engineers in one of Google's cafes," engineer John Costigan wrote a day after the Twitter-and-Facebook-esque service was announced.