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In this week’s blog we wrote about whether differences are a strength or a weakness in a relationship, and concluded that, except for major differences, they are a positive. This week’s links write about that, including one that is about the benefits of diversity in groups.
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In this week’s blog we wrote about growth and change in the new year. These articles offer resolutions for the new year and observations on personal growth.
New Year’s Resolution for Your Relationship: More Kissing “What’s a fast way to stay more connected with your partner in the new year?
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In this week’s blog we wrote about the only way that works: the Golden Rule. These articles have some wonderful discussions on this topic.
The Golden Rule is a post from the author of “Ethics and the Golden Rule” “Let’s consider an example of how the rule is used.
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In this week’s blog we wrote about making lists and keeping score. These articles have some amusing anecdotes about this.
Do You Keep Score in Your Relationships? “You and your partner just argued for the umpteenth time about whose turn it is to walk the dog:
“I walked her twice yesterday,” you point out.
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In this week’s blog we continued our discussion of core values; here are some different articles on this topic. We think you’ll enjoy them.
What Core Values Mean to Love “Core values form the foundation on which we live and conduct ourselves.
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In this week’s blog we wrote about what core values are. These posts have some excellent perspectives on this topic. We think you’ll enjoy them.
Understanding your core values in relationships (no they’re not your common interests) “One of the things that people are most confused about and that I get asked a lot of questions about, is the issue of ‘common interests’ and letting superficial things inadvertently get mixed in with your ‘core’ values.
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In this week’s blog we wrote that we’re all one family – let’s act like one. These posts have inspiration for us all.
A New Map for Relationships “Working on global issues proved critical to bringing magic back into our marriage, and truly loving personal relationships provide the model for a peaceful, sustainable planet….
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In this week’s blog we wrote about how to talk turkey together this thanksgiving. These posts all have insights and advice for Thanksgiving.
How To Survive Thanksgiving With Your Family Post-Election “Thanksgiving is all about coming together as a family to celebrate … except when it’s about coming together to argue about Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
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In this week’s blog we wrote about the impact of the election–how to both stay present and move forward. These posts all have insights and advice on how to proceed after the election, as well.
The Critical Role of Self-Care for Handling Post-Election Stress “So what can you do if you’re feeling overwhelmed?
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In this week’s blog we wrote about how to stay present in a crisis and in your relationship. These posts offer some ideas about this.
5 Steps for Being Present “So, how do we stay present? The first thing to recognize is that, try as we might, we really can only do one thing at a time, so we ought to do that thing wholeheartedly.
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