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Judge less Forgive more…

Originally posted on Rads Blog:
Ever wondered why you can never be mad at your mother for very long? I Love my mom a lot, like almost all of us. If you see deep inside its mainly because she loves you, accepts you, corrects you, does a thousand other things and hence is just irreplaceable.… Continue reading

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The importance of Language

Originally posted on Tamira Paleja:
As I quote ‘If you don’t understand my silence … you will never understand my words’ My daughter Tamira has taught me that love has no language, if you want to understand and love a person there is no freakin… language barrier its the willingness to go beyond your thinking… Continue reading

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Millennial Envy

Originally posted on Business Up Front:
One of the hardest adjustments that society is forced to make is that every 20 years or so the next generation defines success and happiness differently. When the children of the 60’s abandoned the structure, stability, form and function of their parents, hearts everywhere broke. They told the people… Continue reading

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Learning How to Grow

Originally posted on Saturday Night Wine:
Growing up, my mother always used to say “life’s a bitch and then you die”.  I know, doesn’t that inspire positivity? The only thing my mother seemed to be passionate about was attempting to be the perfect daughter, mother and wife.  And she was miserable all of the time. … Continue reading

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The Wednesday Rule: Conversations for Succesful Dating

Dating can have extreme highs and lows. When I take a look back on some of my relationships that didn’t work out, I noticed one thing that they all have in common,?I was not open about my needs early in the dating process. I was just a go with the flow type girl and most… Continue reading

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Why you should create a personal manifesto

Originally posted on Julia Marie:
It’s cliche but the phrase “if you don’t stand for something, you’ll fall for anything” comes to mind. Having a personal code of conduct, goals, standards gives you guidance when you feel lost in the pace of the modern world we inhabit. This world doesn’t make a lot of sense… Continue reading

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Feeling Like I’m Disappearing

Originally posted on Diary of an Emotional Wreck:
I wonder if anyone else ever feels this way? Lately, I feel as if I’m losing myself, as if I’ve lost myself. I don’t feel like a person anymore, but the services I perform for my family. I’m a cook, housekeeper, a dishwasher, etc. My husband works… Continue reading

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Mystic, CT a Day Trip!

Originally posted on Tickets For Four:
When I begin to think about Mystic, CT the first thing that comes to mind is the Mystic Pizza movie. I think that is what most of us think about. Visiting Mystic,Ct is a wonderful experience that the whole family can enjoy. The movie alone brings swarms of people… Continue reading

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Ever Been “Ghosted”? Here’s What to Do!

Originally posted on The Psychology of Aging Happy:
(By Source (WP:NFCC#4), Fair use, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?curid=50316612) The idea for the little child-ghost with the New Yawk accent was conceived in the 30’s and slowly evolved along the decades from books to comics to a cartoon show in the early 60’s. It was about a delightful ghost. A… Continue reading

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Family Time is Great, But Date Nights Are Needed

Originally posted on The “F” Word Principles:
When Mike and I first started our relationship, we were inseparable and always enjoyed each other’s company. We’d always go out to eat together ( we immediately made the connection that we both loved food! ), and we had long enjoyable conversations about anything and everything.… Continue reading

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