January Jones welcomes Mari Mitchell-Porter

“Diary of a Hopeless Romantic”

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Book Description

After six years in a relationship that takes her from the heights of ecstasy to the depths of misery, Natalie, heartbroken and with barely a shred of self-esteem, leaves her lover. She soon meets her next obsession and enters into an equally frustrating and unfulfilling relationship. When her new lover disappears, Natalie wonders what’s wrong with her that she keeps getting involved with men who don’t love or appreciate her. Her sense of humor and determination to find the perfect man, take her through hilarious dating scenarios and a journey of self-discovery

    About the Author

Mari Mitchell Porter is a relationship coach, life coach, author and speaker. She lives in South Florida with her husband, son and daughters. Her passion is working with people to bring love and fulfillment into their lives through coaching, writing and inspirational material. If you are looking for support,encouragement and guidance in your life, you may contact Mari for a complimentary initial consultation.

  The sky is not the limit. There is NO Limit”
–  Mari Mitchell Porter
 Are you looking for that special someone….

Do you know you deserve better ….

Are you ready to take charge of your own life….

I’ve had great results with clients in the following areas: finding healthy and fulfilling relationships, increasing joy, achieving fulfillment, getting out of unhealthy relationships, increasing self-esteem, healing from heartbreak, learning assertiveness, setting priorities and meeting goals, reducing stress, increasing energy, and much more.                                       

  • If you yearn for joyful and fulfilling relationships
  • If you know it’s time to follow your passion
  • If you’re ready for more in your life

Disappropriate and Distractive Anger:When Emotion Outweighs Event

We’ve all experienced moments when we, or someone around us, over reacts to an incident. Your husband forgets to pick up the dry cleaning on his way home from work and you blow up at him. You neglect to use your turn signal when exiting the highway and the driver behind you blasts his horn repeatedly. While anger is a normal response to what does not go according to our beliefs or desires, there are levels that are deemed reasonable and those that far exceed what is considered healthy. When this occurs, there are underlying issues spurring the exaggerated response.

Disproportionate anger is comparable to a shelf where one places more objects than the lumber is designed to hold. Each item, in and of itself, is manageable. However, the final object (although light in comparison to the others) is the preverbal straw that breaks the camel’s back. Seemingly minor incidents of anger that are left unresolved can result in any one occurrence causing an explosion of emotion.

Distractive anger seeks to divert the attention off the one who is misbehaving by projecting it on to the other person, thereby avoiding having to be held accountable for their issues and inappropriate actions. This can be accomplished by making false accusations, recalling a separate issue where the other party acted in an unbecoming manner, changing the topic to something unrelated or several other methods.

In either scenario, it is critical to be aware of what is transpiring so that one may uncover and resolve the real issues. Here are a few tips to practice to help you accomplish this:

1. If you are over reacting, take a step back and re examine the situation. Ask yourself if your feelings are fair and reasonable based on what is occurring. If not, seek to uncover what other issues you may be harboring that have not yet been resolved.

2. Put everything into the proper perspective. How serious is this issue really? Will it even matter in ten years?

3. If the other party is trying to distract you from the real issue, set boundaries. Be firm. Keep them on point. If they refuse to address the actual issue, cease the discussion immediately.

4. Be fair to all parties concerned. If you’re actions are or have the potential to harm anyone, reconsider your choices. Take into account how your behavior and choices will affect you and all those concerned now and in the future.

Once unleashed, anger cannot be retracted and in its wake it causes devastation for many. Think first – there are healthier options available.

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January Jones welcomes Humorist Bobbe White!

Bobbe believes laughter and humor surround us daily. Her insights will change your group’s perception of both. Your audience will be enlightened to the therapeutic value of humor and laughter and learn how to tap in to their benefits to communicate more effectively, both personally and professionally. From crisis management, to team building, personal wellness, or stress management, Bobbe will empower your group to a new level of confidence!Bobbe’s work history reflects over 30 years of stability and a proven performance record of corporate training/business development with the Better Bank Group, Mennonite Hospital, and Arnold Palmer’s Bay Hill Club. During this time, she has served as an officer and director on boards directing college education, not-for-profit foundations, and community organizations. Bobbe has experienced the changes of up-sizing and down-sizing, times of sharing and parsimony, the problems associated with apathetic leadership, and the sense of optimism when led by inspired management.

Her approach of incorporating laughter to improve overall performance has been covered by the media, ranging from the New York Times to T.V. Tokyo. Thousands of attendees across the country have been energized and equipped with useful tips and tools from Bobbe’s fun – yet , functional – programs. Her enthusiastic delivery will achieve the positive results you’re looking for, whether it’s one of her favorite stories or effectively communicating your organization’s message, goals, or concerns.

Dividing her time between her company, Try Laughter! Inc., her husband and their two college-aged kids, Bobbe is constantly a victim of life’s twists and turns. At work or home, she uses laughter to combat the stress that befalls us all daily. When that doesn’t work, she writes, heads for the gym, the swimming pool, or enlists the support of her newest therapeutic tool, Lily White, the black Lab.

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