Communication is one of the most common barriers in a relationship, yet open and honest communication can keep a couple together and is the key to building trust and harmony. It’s a skill that most of us have yet to master, but once you learn how to listen and understand your partner, it can make the whole world of difference.
Sometimes the last thing you want to do is give your partner the understanding that they seem unwilling to offer you, but it is important to recognize that if your partner has a problem in the relationship, then you …
Forgiveness is not a one-time act or action. It is a permanent attitude ~ Martin Luther King Jr.
According to The Word Detective, the root of the word forgive is the Latin word perdonare – “to give completely, without reservation.” In modern English forgive has taken on the meanings of “to pardon for an offence,” “renounce anger at,” and “to abandon a claim on.”
Forgiveness is also the conscious action to reconcile with someone who is in physical or emotional pain because of one’s actions or inabilities:
It’s not easy keeping your spending in check during the holidays, or anytime, so when the credit card bills start piling in come January, it’s enough to raise the panic button and send you flying back to the store for some retail therapy.
If you approach it the right way, though, you can easily manage those bills and keep your stress levels under control.
Ignoring your bills is the worst thing you can do and it will only add to your debt and weaken your credit …
It’s flu season and this year is even worse than ever! So it’s important to do whatever you can to stay healthy and stop the spread of the virus, like staying at home if you’re infected. Going into work sick with the flu not only spreads the virus but makes you more prone to illness in the future. The best advice we can give you is to stay home and take care of yourself.
“Everyone feels guilty sometimes about taking a sick day, especially at busy times of the year. But ignoring flu symptoms and spreading the flu to
Separation or divorce is one of the most difficult decisions you may ever have to face. You might reach a decision gradually, over time or perhaps it comes about quite quickly and unexpectedly. You could be considering separation or divorce while in the midst of repairing any discord in your marriage, or you could one day firmly reach a conclusion that your marriage is over.
Often your decision will come about when the pain of staying in the same unhappy relationship outweighs the fear and anxiety of entering unchartered territory.