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Passive Aggressiveness and Belligerence… The Dangerous Pair

Passive Aggressiveness and Belligerence... The Dangerous Pair

Passive Aggressiveness and Belligerence… The Dangerous Pair Several years back, I wrote an article on passive aggressive behavior, and thought it was about time to readdress this from a different lens. Passive aggressiveness is often tempting when there is an ongoing conflict in a relationship. Some people actually believe that

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Technology Ruining Your Love Life? – The Pros and Cons of Digital Relationships

Technology Ruining Your Love Life? – The Pros and Cons of Digital Relationships

Technology Ruining Your Love Life? – The Pros and Cons of Digital Relationship In a world of ever-changing innovation and advancements in technology, it’s no wonder our relationships are being affected in both good and bad ways. The tech world can have a strong impact on your love life. In

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7 Effective Strategies to Help You Fight Less and Love More

7 Effective Strategies to Help You Fight Less and Love More

7 Effective Strategies to Help You Fight Less and Love More The day has been a hectic one. You sat in unbearable morning traffic, dealt with a difficult client, and felt unappreciated by your boss. You come home at the end of the day, seeking relief, only to find dishes

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When Your Partner Suffers from Depression—Be Supportive While Keeping Healthy Boundaries

When Your Partner Suffers from Depression—Be Supportive While Keeping Healthy Boundaries

When Your Partner Suffers from Depression—Be Supportive While Keeping Healthy Boundaries Watching someone you love suffer from depression can be as devastating for you as it is for them. You might be struggling with what role to take—the drill sergeant that tells them to buck up, the nurse who takes

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Should You Get Back Together After Breaking Up? – Ask Yourself These Questions

Should You Get Back Together After Breaking Up? – Ask Yourself These Questions

Should You Get Back Together After Breaking Up? – Ask Yourself These Questions Ending a relationship is a difficult process that tests both your emotional and intellectual stamina. You must begin again, discovering what life will look like once your partner is gone. For some, this time apart reinforces the

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How to Avoid the 5 Most Common Relationship Mistakes

How to Avoid the 5 Most Common Relationship Mistakes

How to Avoid the 5 Most Common Relationship Mistakes We all want to be successful in our relationships. When a relationship has lost its strength and passion, we may turn to grand gestures as the solution. However, the most common relationship mistakes are ones that neglect the modes in which

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How You Can Truly Empathize With Those You Don’t Agree With

How You Can Truly Empathize With Those You Don’t Agree With

How You Can Truly Empathize With Those You Don’t Agree With Have you ever been in a situation in which, while trying to comfort or resolve an argument with your significant other, you are accused of being insensitive or trying to “fix” the situation? Are you quick to defend yourself

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Women, How Can You Use Your Voice Effectively With an Intense Partner?

Women, How Can You Use Your Voice Effectively With an Intense Partner?

Women, How Can You Use Your Voice Effectively With an Intense Partner? There is a myth of the woman who has it all. She works a high-powered job, cares for the children and the home, manages to stay in shape and fashionable. Her greatest ability of all? Knowing exactly what

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I’ve Just Cheated on My Partner—Should I Tell?

I’ve Just Cheated on My Partner—Should I Tell?

I’ve Just Cheated on My Partner—Should I Tell? Cheating is a hurdle that is difficult to get over. Feelings of betrayal, resentment, and guilt can prove toxic to a once happy relationship. It is no surprise that for those who cheat, the reason that they do not come clean to

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Avoiding Conflict: 5 Reasons Why It Doesn’t Save But Sabotage Relationships

Avoiding Conflict: 5 Reasons Why It Doesn’t Save But Sabotage Relationships

Avoiding Conflict: 5 Reasons Why It Doesn’t Save But Sabotage Relationships We cherish our relationships during their “honeymoon” phase because they, typically, are all about discovering new things about one another, bounding over similarities, and having fun. Then, one day, conflict arises. Not a little argument but a real conflict.

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