Fighting Fear, One Negative Thought at a Time The voice of fear is loud and persuasive. Yet recent research suggests that, at least in some situations, we should not talk back to fears, minimize them, push them away or rationalize them out of existence, but rather give voice to them by stating them plainly.
June 15, 2013 - Philly.com
Virginia Lieutenant Governor Candidate E.W. Jackson Says Yoga Does Not Lead to Satanism Virginia Republican nominee for lieutenant governor E.W. Jackson clarified on Wednesday that he does not believe yoga leads to Satanism, after excerpts from his 2008 book were released suggesting otherwise. During the press conference in Manassas, Virginia, Jackson elaborated on his writings, hoping to rationalize the statements he believed had been distorted. "I do not believe that yoga leads ...
June 13, 2013 - Opposing Views
Jim Calhoun in Washington Post What we all do, because we're human beings, we rationalize that next year won't be like this,said Calhoun, who turns 67 next month. "And you know what? Next year keeps getting tougher and tougher and tougher because of all the other things...
David Radler in Brooks Bulletin He wasn't entirely truthful when he first met with prosecutors and FBI agents in 2004, Radler added, because he "was trying to rationalize some of the transactions - I was fighting back."
Ruth Bader Ginsburg in Guardian Unlimited Sun's technical and financial strength puts us in a great position to act as a consolidator in the IT industry. This acquisition is part of an ongoing strategy to respond to customers seeking to rationalize their datacenter purchases - to free up... Scott McNealy http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scott_McNealy&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHlx3QTUElfwWDWoruY9RT5_qfoBw Finextra (press release) http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.finextra.com/fullpr.asp%3Fid%3D4565&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNEoIeDbNPUS9v40uMvaxUNbXg8Y-g Jun 2, 2005
80440 108446 rationally Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, writing for the majority, said, A reviewing court could not rationally conclude that it was an abuse of discretion" to cut four years off the guidelines-recommended sentence for Kimbrough.