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Don’t Say What You Mean. Say What You (Positively) Mean To Mean.

(Stay tuned – there will be a little exercise for you to complete at the end.) Words. Clever little things, aren’t they. Tiny soldiers of fortune, marching out of our mouths, waiting to do battle with life. Or ourselves. Ourselves? … Continue reading

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Reinventing Yourself … Could You Do It or Would Your EGO Get In The Way?

Today I counted up the number of times I have reinvented myself. If I’m really nit-picky, that number comes in at lucky 7. And I’m only counting post-schooling because I don’t think we really begin to formally invent ourselves until … Continue reading

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What Exactly Is Closure and Why Are We All So Desperate For It?

Closure: The bringing to an end. Conclusion. So that’s what it is. It is a finale. An acceptance that something is over. A termination. But if we are speaking about relationships then I think closure is something else. Something different. … Continue reading

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What Do You Want Most – Contentment or Magic?

Now don’t go shaking your head wildly saying “Both!” You have to choose. Well that’s probably not true either. Perhaps you CAN have both. Maybe not a lot of both. Maybe mostly one with the odd glimmer of the other? … Continue reading

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Nature Abhors A Vacuum … or … How Science Could Be Messing With Your Love Life

I’m pretty sure it was Aristotle who proposed that nature abhors a vacuum. I’m also pretty sure there is an explanation of that statement that is far more succinct (and scientific) than the one I am about to offer but … Continue reading

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One Of The Worst Things You Can Say (or Facebook or Tweet or Instagram) In Front Of Your Children.

In the past month I have watched two lovely female friends post photos on social media with their (relatively new) partners. Both of these lovely women referred to their (relatively new) partners as “the love of my life.” Nice, eh? … Continue reading

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