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How Do I Move On When My Heart Remains Stuck?

I chose the title ‘How Do I Move On‘ because I can’t tell you the countless times I’ve personally searched that title, hoping beyond hopes I’d find the answer. What’s ‘EXPECTED‘ Of Us And How That ‘Fits‘ Into Our Lives You know when your emotions and feelings are adamant on …

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I Despise That The Person I Love Exists In My Heart Yet I Don’t Exist To Him

I feel conflicted. I’m so deeply relieved and happy that I was able to fall so crazy in love with someone. I think that one of the saddest things is to have never experienced that ‘out of this world‘ type of love. One of the saddest things someone asked me; was …

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How Do I Handle Being Rejected?

Rejection. Now isn’t that a word that many of us can relate to? Be it work, relationships or, family… Does it really have to be negative for us? I mean think about it; the meaning of the word as per the dictionary is: throw away, cast aside, refuse to take, turn …

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8 Creative Date Nights: Just Do It!

Date nights can never be overrated. Whether you’ve been with your partner for a month of ten years, do not skimp on date nights. Guys, here is a wakeup call: Women love date nights! Well, most women anyway. Hey, I know life can get busy, but you’ve got to take …

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Relationships: Do You Expect Other Adults To Fulfil Your Unmet Childhood Needs?

When one has the desire to be in a relationship with someone, they are going to have certain expectations. And the same can be said when one is already in a relationship. Now, there is the chance that one is completely aware of what these are and at the same …

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Divorce Coaching for Complex Families

All families are complex, but some are more so than others. For example, families who have children and youth with neurodiverity, or behavior disorders, or post adoption issues, have many factors to consider on a daily, even hourly basis, that are not common to neurotypical families. Working out a parenting …

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A Quality That Creates a Positive Life – Courtesy

Common Courtesy; It’s not so common anymore What has happened to common courtesy? What has happened to treating people with respect & dignity? Recently, a friend asked if I would speak to an acquaintance of theirs who was struggling with “finding herself”. She said she thought I was a good …

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The Blessedness of Feeling Useless

Feeling useless is liberating when we can accept all we can do is watch and wait. The theology of Paul teaches us that at the end of our own power comes the beginning of God’s power. (2 Corinthians 12:8-10) So, as a matter of fact, when we are at the …

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Relationships: Can Embracing Our Pain Lead To Healthier Relationships?

Whether someone is in a relationship with another person or not, they are still going to experience pain. This could relate to certain disagreements that one has with the person they are in a relationship with on one side and on the other, it could include different kinds of abuse …

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Who Sits In Your Front Row?

Susan Taylor, former editor -in-chief of Essence Magazine, once stated, “Everyone is not healthy enough to have a front row seat in our lives.” You know they shouldn’t be in your front row because when you’re in their presence or when you leave them, you feel diminished, deflated or unworthy; …

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