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Martha Beck
November 29, 1962 -
Nationality: American
Category: Author
Subcategory: American Author

Allowing children to show their guilt, show their grief, show their anger, takes the sting out of the situation.

    Topics: Anger

Use anything you can think of to understand and be understood, and you'll discover the creativity that connects you with others.


When you meet people, show real appreciation, then genuine curiosity.


Good-looking individuals are treated better than homely ones in virtually every social situation, from dating to trial by jury.


Polite strangers often tell soothing lies about our physical appearance that prevent many of us from facing, discussing and solving our real problems.


We virtually never feel our age, but thinking that we should can lead to disaster.


Do whatever it takes to convey your essential self.


Given the eclectic and constantly shifting nature of my metaphysical inclinations, I will probably never feel certain exactly what an angel is.


I don't believe that there are no spiritual beings around us. I don't know what to call them, I don't know how they work. But I know they're there.


Absolutely lonely people have few personal interactions of any kind.


My own nature hovers between neurotic and paranoid. I've developed the habit of mentally listing things that make me optimistic about the future. I do it every day.


The average adult laughs 15 times a day; the average child, more than 400 times.


I really do think that any deep crisis is an opportunity to make your life extraordinary in some way.


I majored in Chinese. I was never really good at Chinese but I really, really benefited from having been exposed to Asian philosophy early in my life.


No matter how difficult and painful it may be, nothing sounds as good to the soul as the truth.


At times in my life, I have been utterly lonely. At other times, I've had disgusting infectious diseases. Try admitting these things in our culture.


The position that I take partly as a result of living in Asia is where you stop living according to your expectations and you become available to experience things as they are.


If you're religious, it gives you a perspective.


I always felt that it was my job to try to help other people get it and deal with it.


Almost all my middle-aged and elderly acquaintances, including me, feel about 25, unless we haven't had our coffee, in which case we feel 107.


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