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Dealing with people:

Why people behave badly and how to respond

Kim Giles, Ksl.com Contributor  |  posted Feb 18th - 6:15am
Coach Kim delivers a little Human Behavior 101 with some interesting insights in why we do what we do and how to respond to bad behavior.



Some people are alive only because it's illegal to kill them

How do you keep your cool and stay loving



Surviving the family holiday party

Coach Kim gives some advice on the right mindset for enjoying time with difficult relatives.

 

Take the drama out of to confronting a liar

Life Coach Kim Giles explains, that before you confront someone who has lied to you, it's best to make sure your perspective is accurate. Sometimes your own fears can add unnecessary drama to a situation.

 

How to get people to respect you

Coach Kim gives some valuable advice on getting people to treat you better. You must respect yourself to earn the respect of others.



People around here are quick to judge

Life coach Kim Giles gives advice on how to change the way you experience judgment from other people. This can help you to gain strength and confidence.



Healing fights with family members

Coach Kim gives advice on how you can repair a broken relationship. You can be the catalyst for change and repair hurt feelings.



Can't we be nice to each other.

Getting adults to be kinder to each other.



When they cast you as the bad guy 

This week in LIFEadvice: Coach Kim gives advice on how to handle people who can't forgive you. It is important to understand how someone's need to be right can keep them stuck.



Convincing others you’ve changed 

Coach Kim gives advice for handling people who judge you, gaining confidence despite your past mistakes and regaining respect from other people.



Refuse to have a battle of wits with an unarmed person

Coach Kim's advice for dealing with irrational and illogical people.



How to handle it when someone offends you

Nov 29, 2011 ... Life Coach Kim Giles is here to help you with simple, principle-based solutions to the challenges you face.





Life Skills:

The difference between forgiving and sweeping it under the rug.

In this week's LIFEadvice, Coach Kim explains why true forgiveness requires you looking at the offense from a different perspective. When you see the situation accurately, it's easier to let it go.



Making the unknown less scary

This week on LIFEadvice: Coach Kim provides a unique technique to beat your fear of the future. If you have a fear of failing, you need to read this article.



Do you have trust issues?

In this week's LIFEadvice column Coach Kim explains why we put walls up to protect ourselves from other people, and how to become strong and loving so we don't need them anymore.



Facing post election depression

In a special edition of LIFEadvice, Coach Kim gives some advice to those who are discouraged by the election results.



Are you loving or co-dependent?

Coach Kim gives advice on breaking the cycle of co-dependence and learning to create healthy relationships.



How to fail financially

This week on LIFEadvice: Coach Kim brings financial planner Martin Hurlburt's advice to the table to explain the  five steps to financial failure, and teaches you to do the opposite.



How to say what you mean without being mean

Coach Kim Giles gives great advice for speaking your truth with strength and love. Learning how to have tough conversations in a loving way means you can solve most problems.



Breakdowns lead to breakthroughs

Coach Kim explains how breakdowns can be a positive thing in your life. Breakdowns are your subconscious mind telling you it's time to make some changes. It's time to question your assumptions and learn something new.



How can I make changes and better myself?

Coach Kim gives unique ideas for changing bad habits and improving yourself.



Don't procrastinate solving problems

Kimberly Giles, ksl.com Contributor  |  posted Mar 26th - 6:15am
Coach Kim gives advice on facing your problems and finding solutions. Stop hiding you head in the sand hoping they will go away - they won't. You are meant to solve this - you can do it.



Unique ways to create more joy 

Coach Kim gives some suggestions for creating more happiness in spite of life's challenges.



How to be a better listener

Life Coach Kim Giles give some unique tips for using better listening to create better ... Being a good listener means asking good questions.



Beat anxiety by staying positive, staying present 

Coach Kim gives advice on staying positive, taking one day at a time, staying present and choosing trust over fear.



Don't let financial problems get you down

This article is about advice on handling financial setbacks and unemployment with optimism.



Coping with Tragedy: Why bad things happen to innocent people

This article dealt with the death of the Powell boys.



Giving advice to those in crisis 

Coach Kim gives advice on how to give advice to those in crisis. Everyone needs to understand these basic rules on giving appropriate advice.



How to make this year different and stick to your goals ...

Don't fall into the trap of dropping your New Year's resolutions two months into the year.



The light at the end of the tunnel has been turned off until further notice

Aug 26, 2011 ... Coach Kim's advice for staying positive when things go wrong. Nine tips for smiling through the rough patches.



Banging your head against a wall burns 150 calories an hour

Coach Kim gives me some advice on handling stress and being more productive when life is overwhelming.



Romance novels can become addictive

May 30, 2011 ... By Kimberly Giles ... Kimberly Sayer Giles is the founder and president of LDS Life Coaching and www.claritypointcoaching.com



Some days you get to experience stupid

Jun 11, 2012 ... Life Coach Kim Giles is here to help you with simple, principle-based solutions to the challenges you face.



Don't procrastinate solving problems

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Don't let financial problems get you down 

By Kimberly Giles, ksl.com contributor. March 5th, 2012



How to make this year different and stick to your goals