Relationships Information


Relationships Information

How Can Empathy Shape Your Values?


One of the most underrated concepts that most people overlook is approaching life from an empathetic standpoint.Despite our best intentions, it is not always that we live by this ethical code that is deeply embedded in all of us.

Has The Magic Gone From Your Relationship?


Kathleen and Dan have been together for several years now. At first it was magic and Dan was so romantic and attentive.

Reading Each Others Mind


I cannot tell you how many times I have heard couples express the fact that they felt their partner should be able to read their mind. Have you ever felt this way? Such thinking can lead to disappointment, sadness, and yes, at times, even anger.

Ridding Yourself Of Being A Manipulator To Better Your Relationships


One of the oldest character flaws in humans is their ability to manipulate each other. Its insidious nature tilts our everyday playing field toward the manipulator.

How do We Change our Self Esteem Perception?


Many of us have heard about the power of positive thinking to effect a change. The idea is not new, it stems from modern psychology as well as from ancient spiritual teachings.

Dinner Scooped Off the Floor - Why Men Wont Commit


"We strengthen a muscle by using it, and that is true of the heart and mind, too." ---Danielle Crittenden"I just got an email from him and I need your help," was the first thing she said when I answered the phone.

You Have to Probe Deeper: Why First Impressions Are Dangerous


Do you remember when, as a small child at a birthday party, you sat wide-eyed and gaping as a magician pulled out a rabbit with a flourish from a seemingly empty top hat? At the time, the wonder of it all left you speechless and full of awe, but like all healthy children, you grew a little wiser as you grew a little older. The next time you were present at such a performance, the "magician" might have turned into a "conjurer.

Dangerous Relationship?


I will in this article cover some of my own experiences living with a person with a dysfunctional personal disorder of type borderline. I call these person BP (BorderlinePersonality) to make things easier.

How a Three Letter Word Kills Good Relationships


"You know, I really do love fish!" My friend Steve came up with this profound comment as we were about to tuck into the gastronomic offerings before us in a crowded downtown restaurant. I raised my eyebrows.

Real Solutions For Combatting Extreme Shyness


Most people experience some degree of shyness from time to time in certain situations. In fact, only about 7% of the population claims that they never feel shy.

If He Insists That You Work...


Once, when asked about her life, former First Lady Barbara Bush said, "I married well."Is it wrong to want to marry well? Ladies, it's all about survival - and it's all about what you will be able to do for your children.

Guys Guide To Flowers


We are here to help! With these helpful hints on flowers, you will feel more confident about choosing beautiful blooms for that special someone in your life!Something Simple & Sweet-Consider a mixed bouquet of daisies, lilies and wild flowers. This mixed bouquet is appropriate no matter what the occasion.

Valentines Day Gifts Can Expose a Cheating Husband


If you have the uneasy feeling that your husband is having an extramarital affair, Valentine's Day is the ideal time to confirm what you suspect. The Valentine's Day gift he gives his mistress or the gift he receives from her in return, can provide you with proof of his infidelity.

Thinking Lingerie on Super Sunday?


February will bring with it one of the most important days all the whole year. Which day it is generally depends on gender.

Daisies A Story About Life


"I love daisies too," she told him several nights after they first met. She wasn't sure why she blurted it out but it seemed the normal thing to say considering the conversation they were having.

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ONEYA: Why using love to define teacher-student relationships is wrong
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Could Patient-Provider Relationships Reduce Provider Burnout?
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Forbes

Bringing Back-To-School Night Back To Work: 5 Steps To Make The Most Of Your Relationships
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When my son Sam was in second grade, I sat – really squatted – in a tiny chair in his classroom to hear his teacher – let's call her Ms. Rose – talk to the gathered parents about the classroom atmosphere our kids would experience that year. One parent ...



National Mortgage News

Video SunTrust's Elliott on partnership relationships
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It's good advice in any relationship context. SunTrust's Bryce Elliott wants transparency from his technology partners. "It's OK to tell me no." The mortgage industry is in the midst of game-changing innovation. Demand for faster access to funds ...



Medical Xpress

Close intercultural romantic relationships and friendships can boost creativity
Medical Xpress
"When in an intercultural relationship, an individual should not eschew cultural differences but rather embrace them, because such differences enable one to discern and learn the underlying assumptions and values of both the foreign culture and the ...



Cageside Seats (blog)

Cup of coffee in the big time: SmackDown Live is a show about relationships
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But, over on SmackDown, the show has become about very personal relationships. Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair is a tale most of us have experienced. We love our friends, we wish them success, but when that success comes at the expense of ours, ...

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Gizmodo

Primate Relationships Are Messier Than We Thought, New Research Suggests
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The social relationships of nonhuman primates, and the ways in which social dominance is achieved, maintained, and perceived, are more complex than scientists have traditionally assumed, according to new research published this week in Scientific ...



Telegraph.co.uk

Humans stay in bad relationships because they are inherently forgiving, study suggests
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... brain forms social impressions in a way that can enable forgiveness. "Because people sometimes behave badly by accident, we need to be able to update bad impressions that turn out to be mistaken. "Otherwise, we might end relationships prematurely ...

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