What is a Well-Lived Life? Lose Your Fear of Love

The Academy Award-Nominated Sci-fi film Arrival Explores a Deeply Human Dilemma Spoiler alert! This review gives some of the movie’s more intricate plot twists away, thus I recommend holding off on reading this until you have seen the film.  If I had a penny for every time I have talked
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Laugh At Your Own Risk

I have to admit, when a long-time friend ended his story about an exceptionally crappy day with “And when I got home and got out of my car, a squirrel peed on me,” I laughed. Luckily, my friend laughed with me. Together we chuckled at how life can be so
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BREAKING UP: 7 WAYS TO KNOW YOU’RE IN THE WRONG RELATIONSHIP

Do you ever wonder if you are in the wrong relationship? Knowing the difference between what constitutes a deal breaker in relationships instead of common areas of conflict can help you decide more easily if your relationship can last. Deal breaker #1: Physical Abuse This should be obvious but is worth stating
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Do You Live with a Depressed Spouse? Take These 5 Simple Steps

If you live with a depressed person, you know how hard it can be—sometimes harder than being depressed yourself. Depression wreaks havoc on relationships and, according to one study, it makes divorce nine times more likely. While none of us can make another person get better or get help, it
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Love Beyond Words: 3 Ways To Improve Communication

When you are speaking to your partner, does what you are saying, “go in one ear and out the other?” One of the biggest misconceptions about good communication in relationships is that it involves lots of talking. Frequently, quite the opposite is true: everybody is talking and yet no meaningful
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