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And I would call it “Shut Up and Listen.”

If I were to write a book right now, I would talk about how important it is to be heard. I think some of our worst decisions are made when we feel like no one is listening.  I used to have … Continue reading

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Marriage Counseling 101: The Dialogue

We’d spent our first session introducing ourselves and covering our individual backgrounds and medical histories while sitting next to each other on a small couch.  When we walked into our second marriage counseling session, we found two chairs set up … Continue reading

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Just In Time

“Honey…” “Yeah?” he calls over his shoulder, 3/4s of his gaze still on the TV. “You know how for the last few holidays, Christmas and stuff, we haven’t exchanged gifts or anything?” “Mmmhhh…” I suspect 3/4s of him is not … Continue reading

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