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We Teach Love by Example, Do You?

We Teach Love by Example, Do You?

The topic came up of what appropriate love might look like? That statement set off a tirade of rampant firings of memories of lost loves, broken hearts, the exhilarating thrill of a new lover, the love of my husband, the love I have for my best friend, the love for my children, for my parents […]

How Do You Love?

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Ever wonder why some couples seem to always be in a state of marital bliss and their relationships stand the test of time while others seem to be plagued from the very beginning with many up and downs? It’s sometimes true that opposites attract but if the opposition is too great often times after the […]

From Passion to Zeal

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Passion is often mentioned in today’s writing and we see it referenced in regard to new relationships, rekindling of old relationships, and even to involvement with a cause or career. But since it is the Month of Love, let’s eliminate all the other potential applications to passion and direct our attention solely to relationships.The other […]

Do Movie Critics Read Their Own Reviews?

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Photo:  Theatrical Release PosterHaving lived through the collateral damage that follows the death of a loved one, and discovering the collateral beauty in the aftermath, my family left the theater Tuesday shaking our heads and wondering if the critics ever read their own reviews or if they are just so shallow they don’t understand the […]

Memories Are in the Details

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Researching on the topic of grief, I read in an article that stated that we study our pain. That statement promptly landed me squarely in the middle of my sometimes insufferable grief and the desire to study my grief, and to study my own pain. For me, the reason we study our pain is because […]

Music – It Does the Talking

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Music; it captivates something deep inside us, whether it is joyous and uplifting, melancholy and slow, or aggressive and thrashing. A single song or even a single riff can resonate so deeply that just hearing it can catapult our emotions to the very moment or event where we first heard it. Music can reinvigorate memories […]

Compassion

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Okay, I’ll admit it. I always thought I was a compassionate person, but I guess I am really not. During a recent argument with my eldest son, my compassionate quotient came under fire. So, in an irrational attempt to prove him wrong and me right, I “Googled” the word compassion, and managed to prove that […]

What’s Love Got To Do With It?

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Enjoying a Saturday Foster Parenting class, the topic came up of what appropriate love might look like to a foster child. That statement set off a tirade of rampant firings of memories of lost loves, broken hearts, the exhilarating thrill of a new lover, the love of my husband, the love I have for my […]