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Family vs Friends

​Family vs friends. Does it feel like the two are mutually exclusive in your life? When you step back and think about how you behave toward your family members vs how you belhave toward your friends what do you find?

For too many people family does not receive the same respect or honoring as do friends.

Wondering why friends often rank higher than family?

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Spirituality – It’s Not Just for the Holidays

Spirituality. One of the most  misunderstood and under-rated concepts of life actually is one of the three keys necessary for health and happiness. 

Many people begin their spiritual quest in midlife - seeking to connect to a Higher Power. Yet this key element of Relationship Intelligence is part of our being from the moment of birth. Okay, actually before birth and after death

How do you define your spirituality?

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Universal Law of Giving and Receiving

​The Universal Law of Giving and Receiving supersedes the marketing hype of Madison Avenue, explaining the true intention of gift giving - and receiving.

​During the holiday season, especially, people get caught up with what they perceive as obligations to buy buy buy gifts for people. Often they have no desire or love behind those choices - either to give or what to give.

On the other extreme are those who believe it is better to give than to receive.

What's wrong with that notion?

The Universal Law of Giving and Receiving supersedes the marketing hype of Madison Avenue, explaining the true intention of gift giving - and receiving.

​What is the one and only reason to give anyone a gift?

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Cellphones Ruin Relationships

Contrary to public opinion, cellphones ruin relationships rather than foster closeness. They do NOT build stronger bonds or inspire truth in friendships.

Cellphones do more to destroy relationships than to help you simplify and improve your life.

People tend to obsess over staying in constant contact - immediately responding to texts and calls fearing that not doing so will cause the person sending the message to go elsewhere or connect with someone else who is more readily available.

Recently, some teenagers guest co-hosting the podcast, Brains On, a science show for kids and curious adults like me, participated in a week-long experiment. Along with some friends they put away their cellphones for a week.

Their report was quite fascinating. While one said she initially feared missing out on current happenings in her peer group, she soon realized how much she enjoyed reading books, playing her saxophone more and just plain being in the world doing usually activities.

If you fear turning off your own smartphone I encourage you to listen to that episode here. It just may change your life.

For many, the fear of income loss pushes people to rudely answer a call or text message even during meal time or in social settings.

The reality is that cellphone addiction destroys relationships - romantic, famiiial, and professional too.

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Top 7 Relationship Mistakes

The top 7 mistakes people make in relationships doom them to repeat those mistakes and never find the love they want. Discover what to do instead.

Listen to the interview where the caller asked, "My daughter is dating a convict. How do I stop her?"

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Relationships Rule

Relationships Rule takes on two distinctly yet equally powerfulmeanings when the two words appear together.

The first meaning relates to the fact that all problems that happen in your life reflect disconnects in one or more areas: your relationship with yourself, your relationship with other people, or your relationship with a Higher Power.

Click to discover why your world doesn't look like you wish it did.

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