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Are You Afraid Of Having Loving And Fulfilling Relationships?

Are You Afraid Of Having Loving And Fulfilling Relationships?

One of the most important questions most people fail to ask when it comes to relationships is, “Am I afraid of love?” Are you afraid of being filled with positive, loving energy running through your body? Are you afraid of happiness? The answer for your ego is […]

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Balancing Family And Career By Being In The Present Moment

Balancing Family And Career By Being In The Present Moment

One of the most common questions I receive from my clients and people who attend my workshops is “How do I balance family and career?” In reality, you can’t balance family and career. It is not possible to simply allocate a certain amount of time for one […]

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Loving Words And Gestures Create A Happy Family

Loving Words And Gestures Create A Happy Family

Having a loving family relationship is the key to our happiness. As I travel and talk to people around the world, I’ve never heard anyone say they were tired of hearing their family members say how much they loved them. Unfortunately, I hear the opposite all the […]

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Learning From Your Family Makes You A Better Person

Learning From Your Family Makes You A Better Person

Family members are often the people who are the least willing to listen to your advice. I have found the main reasons for this is because your family members get defensive and tired of hearing about what they have done something wrong or could be doing better. […]

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Never Judge Another Person and Instead Just Notice

Never Judge Another Person and Instead Just Notice

One of the worst things you can do to ensure that a relationship will hit the rocks is to pre-judge others. So many people judge others first; their first reaction is to ask, “What’s wrong with this person?” Let’s say for example you move into a new […]

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Strengthen Your Relationships By Stopping All Criticism

How do you feel after you’ve received criticism from someone? You’ll notice that it brings you down. It doesn’t make you feel good and it makes the other person feel bad as well. It causes other people to doubt themselves. They become defensive and argumentative. Often It […]

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Creating The Conditions For Better Family Relationships

A garden grows best under certain conditions, the right soil, sun light, and water. The same principle is applicable for a family as well. They need certain emotional climates to thrive. Unfortunately, only a few people put a lot of thought into this and their relationships suffer […]

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Give Your Relationship A Fresh Start By Changing Yourself

Give Your Relationship A Fresh Start By Changing Yourself

Perhaps the most important way to get a fresh start in relationships is to understand you can’t have a good relationship if you assume that the other person is going to do it for you. If you feel he or she needs to change or it’s not […]

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Foster Better Relationships By Letting Go Of Expectations

Foster Better Relationships By Letting Go Of Expectations

Letting go of any expectations of how a conversation will go is very important in having happy and purposeful relationships. Our ego will often have us play out in advance how the conversation should go. For example, before a conversation, you might think to yourself, “I’ll say […]

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Knowing When To Talk Builds Strong Relationships

Knowing When To Talk Builds Strong Relationships

Knowing the right time to talk is very important in relationships. At the root of all good communication is rapport. When you learn to speak at the right time, you give people the chance to trust you and in turn you trust them. You give yourself the […]

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