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Getting Your Life on Track

How do porcupines make love?

You know the punchline: Very carefully.

And yet, they obviously are committed to the task.

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Do you suppress certain emotions and in so doing, fail to experience life fully? If so, you are not being true to yourself.

What about you? Is that how you live your life? Are you so careful in how you love and live so that you don’t experience emotional pain that you also don’t feel joy?

If that’s your solution, is it really keeping you from feeling pain, or is it keeping you mired in pain and unable to feel joy?

Are you ready to commit to a better relationship with yourself and with others? Are you ready to get your life on track? Continue reading

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8 Good Life Tips

The secret to having a good life is to live every day by being true to yourself, no matter what comes your way. Sometimes that is much, much easier said than done.

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When you invest yourself, you have better relationships with others.

When you have the best relationship with yourself that you can have, then you’re in position to have the best relationships with everyone in your life: your lover, children, co-workers, even the clerks, officers and workers you encounter daily. Continue reading

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Your Spouse is Cheating, Now What?

What do you do when you discover your spouse is cheating?  Would you believe that not everyone immediately confronts the lying SOB and calls a lawyer

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When life crashes over you and puts you in a hard place, you can choose to fight for yourself, or give in. Either way is a struggle.

or a counselor? In fact, some spouses hide from the truth. They pretend to not know what they know. They think life can go on just as they thought it was. They are wrong.

In math equations, the expression on one side must always equal, or have the same value, as the expression on the other. There is a corollary in life: When you discover something, you are changed by it in a way that is equal to its significance.

I call this the Discovery and Change equation. Continue reading

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