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Spreading Peace One Relationship at a Time
What you say in a relationship can be as important as what you do.

Language and words have power and can diffuse a situation or set off a bomb. They can bring about transformative experiences, or cause repetition of the same old negative patterns that tear asunder partnerships.

Learning to communicate truthfully with love and respect is primary to the success of any and all relationships.

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Successful Relationship Reading Corner
This week's blog was why words are as important as deeds in a relationship. Here are some good articles on different aspects of this topic.

9 Steps to Better Communication Today "The most popular myth about communication in relationships is that since you talk to your partner, you’re automatically communicating. While talking to your partner is indeed a form of communication, if it’s primarily about everyday, “surfacey” topics (“How were the kids?” “How was work?” “How’s your mother?”), you’re not really communicating about the important stuff. This article is primarily about how to talk in a more open and rewarding manner with your significant other."

6 TOXIC RELATIONSHIP HABITS MOST PEOPLE THINK ARE NORMAL "Fortunately, there’s been a lot of psychological research into healthy and happy relationships the past few decades and there are some general principles that keep popping up consistently that most people are unaware of or don’t follow. In fact, some of these principles actually go against what is traditionally considered “romantic” or normal in a relationship."

How to Be Happy in a Relationship: Speak from the Heart "Here is the sad and somewhat ironic thing about not being able to speak from your heart: First, you’re actually hurting your loved one because you’re not revealing your true self — you’re hiding things that will one day come back to bite you."

Spreading peace one relationship at a time,
Phil and Maude
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