What did we do before Facebook Friends, Blog Pages and Twitter Followers?
Social networking can be a great way to communicate with friends, share family photos, promote your business and even re-connect with childhood crushes.
In today’s techno savvy world of top-this and ranked-that, it’s easy to get caught up in the dodge-ball syndrome of likeability anxiety.
A natural part of our psyche as human beings is wanting to be accepted, liked and to some, even popular.
When I worked at Studio 54 (strip club in Hawaii, not Disco in New York), I posted a sign I typed up after learning this phrase in therapy: “When people say no, don’t take it personally”. Pretty heavy for a coked-up stripper with daddy issues.