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Fighting Couples: Talking Too Much?

Tweet One of the biggest problems couples face is not talking too little, but talking too much. Fighting and conflict result in talking more than need be, and couples fall into this trap because they say too much to each … Continue reading

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Men and Control

Tweet Control is such a basic and fundamental issue underlying men’s behavior, especially within the context of a relationship. I often hear women complaining that they feel controlled by their man’s behavior, and end up reacting against this perceived control. … Continue reading

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Failing to Meet Her Expectations

Tweet Have that sense of working too hard to make somebody else happy? Is that somebody your partner, girlfriend, or wife? It’s tough to decide on when you are at the point of working just a little too hard or … Continue reading

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“When Did You Last See Your Father?” (movie review)

Tweet One movie I had been waiting to see for some time, “When Did You Last See Your Father?” is a British movie released onto dvd a couple of weeks ago. It’s the story of a son, Blake Morrison, (played … Continue reading

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Getting Him To Listen to You (Just Ask Him)

Tweet (This is an MSN article from “The Nest” That I found online. I don’t post too many articles on these types of things, but what chaps my hide is that these articles continue to push stereotypes about men and … Continue reading

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