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What I Learned from a Decade of Failed Relationships (part 6)

Holding Space “Don’t we all have enough enemies to contend with in life, human or circumstantial? Isn’t support one the reasons we partner with another human being on this challenging journey through life?” As an optimist, I see life filled … Continue reading

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What I Learned from a Decade of Failed Relationships (part 4)

Make Your Connection More Important Than Your Conflict Age old advice dictates that partners never go to bed angry with each other. What disconnects couples is not always easily resolved before bedtime. Time, space and reflection are often required to … Continue reading

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The Intention/Impact Dynamic

When was the last time you woke up and decided that you were really gonna hurt somebody’s feelings that day? When was the last time you intentionally set out to make someone’s day miserable or inflict any degree of pain … Continue reading

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