Monthly Archives: May 2013

That Old Familiar Place

#19   Do you have a typical “go to” space – an old familiar response place when faced with emotional encounters?  It’s probably a place that you’ve gone to in the past, maybe even since you were a child.  When suddenly … Continue reading

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Stand Tall

#18    Stand tall – don’ you fall.  Stand strong so you can last long. Being labeled a man clarifies and quantifies a list of certain characteristics that a male may have.  Similarly being labeled as a woman conjures up a … Continue reading

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Local Emotions

#17   We all wrestle with our emotions.  Men, women, children; it’s just part of being human.  We all have the capability to be compassionate.  We all have the capacity to be non-reactive.  Women, men and especially children, can be non-judgemental, … Continue reading

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Understanding

#16   Understand that being human means having and dealing with emotional experiences.  Both women and men react impulsively when it comes to dealing with emotional issues. By being there for each other, by understanding each other’s needs to release emotions … Continue reading

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Open to New Experiences

#15   It would be of benefit to both men and women to consider being coachable, teachable and open to new experiences.  When we decide to be in relationship with someone, we take on the responsibility of bringing into that relationship … Continue reading

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