Digest 2010.02_979 BROKEN HEART ?

There is a euphemism which says “’tis the season”. It is the season for love. It is also the season for break-ups from my vantage point. There is no one thing we can point to, but materialistic pressures seem to drive a wedge between the most committed relationships. If the break-up does not come before [...]

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It is not a simple either/or question of whether your son has the right to pierce or you have a higher order right as parents/homeowners to enforce house rules. You have a clash challenging the health of your relationship. Check out these 11 potential outcomes to review before approaching the relationship crossroads on this issue.

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However, in the beginning, this bond between a 'desire to please/relaxed style/conflict avoidant person' and an ' opinion oriented/take charge/organized person' sets the stage for the latter of them to become more controlling unless each learns some of the other's behavior set...

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A bad marriage can cause severe agony and pain to those trying to deal with it. There is no pain like the pain of knowing your marriage is falling apart. Marital problems affect every aspect of a person's life. A person can lose the desire for success and even their desire to live if problems are bad enough. And while things may seem hopeless divor

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Marriage counseling is a very good way to save your marriage. The family coach can give you real marriage advice relying on the past experience. Don't worry! Marriage problems are quite common nowadays and they surely does not mean divorce! Relationship counseling helps you to establish a really happy family. I am sure that having an ideal family life is worth every effort. Good luck!

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Boundary setting can be more difficult to recognize and enforce within close connections. How controlling is to controlling? Who's responsible for making the change?

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