Tag Archives: joy

How Can I Be Happy?

We all want to be happy, right? But being happy can seem elusive. It’s like nailing jello to a tree…trying to be happy just tends to make happiness slip through our fingers…or our thoughts…or blow away like feathers on a … Continue reading

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Give The Gift Of You

This holiday season, give the gift of you. Know that there is nothing you can buy in a store that is more valuable to the people who love you, than your time and attention. Slow down and listen. Stop and … Continue reading

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Simply About Suicide

This post is simply about suicide. I tried to come up with a catchy title. It is such a profound subject, that catchy titles seemed to trivialize the reality. So, this is simply a post about suicide and what it … Continue reading

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Avoiding The Urge to Control Your Partner

How can you avoid the urge to control your partner?  You love being with your partner and doing things with them, and when you are apart, it feels like everything might unravel.  Do you have difficulty trusting that your new … Continue reading

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Dealing with Vulnerability In Loving Relationships

If we are to love others, we must learn to deal with our own vulnerability. It is simply not possible to love without being vulnerable. It doesn’t matter if our love object is a pet, a partner, a child, or … Continue reading

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