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Lessons from a Road Trip

Over Thanksgiving I had the incredible pleasure of taking a California road trip with my youngest daughter, Alexi, who is now 30 years old. Within the week we went from southern San Diego to the northern redwood forest, east to

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Thanksgiving & Sibling Relationships

Thanksgiving is a time for many to gather together with siblings and parents. Very often, sibling relationships can be strained due to personality differences and old childhood wounds. No matter your age, siblings can bring up old resentments, jealousy, and

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Keeping Love & Passion in Your Relationship

Within Tony Robbins audio/video presentation: Love & Passion: The Ultimate Relationship Program, Tony describes the six basic human needs to be happy in a relationship. He feels you can transform any relationship by using and understanding these techniques, especially if

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Do you Suffer with Relationship Repetition Syndrome (RRS)?

Dr. Seth Meyers, PsyD., author of the book, Dr. Seth’s Love Prescription, writes about ways to overcome and break the cycle of Relationship Repetition Syndrome (RRS). RRS is a repetitive behavioral cycle that leads to one sabotaging love relationships. You

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What Does “The Perfect Partner” Look Like?

People tend to be attracted to the same type of person throughout their lifetime, which is a phenomenon called a “love map.” Attraction often plays a part in courting, and when you meet someone who fills your love map criteria,

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For Optimum Growth, Continue to Challenge Yourself

All relationships begin with “the Self.” Psychological research on Love and relationships prove that to have a happy relationship, you must love yourself first. This is not a narcissistic, selfish type of love, but a healthy regard and respect for

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A CALL to LOVE – in RELATIONSHIPS

              Many times in our lives, we will have moments where someone verbally attacks us – for no good reason. Whether it comes from your boss, spouse, partner, parent, child, good friend, or an

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