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Introducing a New Feature on My Blog: “How To’s and Tips”

Learning is Required. While thinking about topics I might address, several possibilities came to mind before I realized all of them had one thing in common – the desire to provide information that you can put to use immediately. Why? … Continue reading

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Charleston a Father’s Day Thought

The church massacre on Wednesday where 9 people were shot to death in a Charleston, South Carolina church, is a dramatic example of the dichotomy between love and hate – good and evil!!   Hateful attitudes and violent behavior towards … Continue reading

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Love Gone Bad: Avoiding a Valentine’s Nightmare

Falling in love doesn’t require maturity. Babies fall in love everyday. “Falling” in love is basically about pleasure and receiving perfect mirroring – caught up in images and fantasies about the joy, excitement and pleasure another will bring into your … Continue reading

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Communicate Better with the Ones You Love

We all experience times when someone we love says or does something that hurts us to one degree or another. In the wake of these painful moments we may regret how we handled ourselves. Unfortunately in such circumstances, the instinctive … Continue reading

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The Mental Health Perspective: What Rush Limbaugh’s Words Say About Him

This week the news has been full of the furor ignited by radio show host Rush Limbaugh’s characterization of a young woman – a Georgetown University law student – who publicly spoke in support of the Obama administration’s policy on … Continue reading

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