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Most of us have some trepidation at the thought of accidentally bumping into the Ex before we’re ready. Maybe your kids are graduating or having a birthday, or perhaps your
What makes a good relationship? Since I work with divorcing people, I am often asked: “What makes a good relationship?” I wonder myself. Don’t you? Any question I am asked
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I take my job as grandparent as seriously as I took my parenting. There are some things that only a grandparent can impart.
I'm trying to decide if I should proceed with a business endeavor that will require a lot of relationship savvy on the part of everyone involved.
Culturally we are losing sight of the power of promise and commitment. Instead of stepping up and into it we are watering it down to our own wishy washy self-serving level.
You believe that you need to make yourself more appealing to attract and "sell" yourself with an attractive packaging and presentation.
There is mounting evidence that the health of a mother (emotional, physical, and spiritual health) while pregnant has life-long impact on her child.