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Arguing on the Internet, Vows, and Bad Mindsets

Arguing on the internet is a futile act. It is road rage at the keyboard. It rarely accomplishes anything other than raising one’s blood pressure. Today, arguing on the internet is such a common practice that it illustrates just how bad things are in our society. I was recently reading an article where someone was bashing […]

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How to Flourish in an Unequal Love Relationship

Unequal is a normal part of relationships. There is a natural ebb and flow to . When is out of balance for an extended period of time, it is painful. It makes one evaluate the relationship. In this article, I show you how to get the back in balance. Balancing the […]

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Home Cooked Family Dinner – Tyranny or Relationship Builder?

The home coed family dinner is a tradition and fundamental part of many cultures. A recent Slate article calls it tyrannical. The September 3 article written by Amanda Marcotte called “Let’s Stop Idealizing the Home Coed Family Dinner” uses a recent study from NC State University as ammunition. The main argument is that the stress […]

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Seek First to Understand, Then to be Understood

In Stephen Covey’s bo The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, the fifth habit is to “seek first to understand, then to be understood.” This applies to marriages, friends, neighbors, co-workers and every person we have relationships with. I was listening recently to the Tony Robbins Power Talk where he interviewed Stephen Covey and discussed […]

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