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For those interested, I will offer the story of my spiritual alignment here. Too Many Questions! Raised a Christian, in my teens I felt that I had received ‘the calling’ to become a minister, but the church I belonged to did…
“The scale of marital breakdown in the West since 1960 has no historical precedent,” says historian Lawrence Stone. In 40 short years, the marriage rate is down by one-third, the divorce rate has doubled, the birth rate is one half,…
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Updated from original post dated - Nov 14, 2018 by Kim Cooper Just as you wouldn’t invest in an organisation that had no idea what it produced, with no defined roles, standards, policies or procedures—why risk your family's collective stability…
In this workbook, you will find a series of concepts and exercises designed to help you become more attractive and effective in your relationships and your life.
In this chapter, we cover some of the most powerful research findings that help couples grow close and relationships to stand the test of time.
Power struggles have arisen primarily from societal changes that have caused the need for women and men to share authority in many areas. In this chapter we will work through a number of exercises that will improve decision making and increase productivity in your home
Emotional intelligence includes the ability to track your emotional state (self-monitoring) and name your emotions while also being aware of the emotions of others.
A challenge is much more attractive and exciting than a complaint or a criticism. “I bet you can . . .”, “I bet you can’t . . .”, “let see if you can’t . . . ”, “I bet if you put your mind to it you could . . .” are all examples of challenging rather than complaining.
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