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Although most of us desire a healthy relationship it’s surprising how many of us don’t really understand what makes love survive long term. Most of us are bombarded with images of love and sex in magazines, TV adverts, and on the radio but often they idealise, […]Read more
In keeping with this week’s theme on romance and relationships, here’s today’s story from my never ending notebook and everlasting pencil. The pioneering biologist Bruce Lipton found that the cells in your body are always in one or two modes: protection or growth. Basically, in fear–mode […]Read more
One reason why relationships get stale, go off the boil and become boring is that couples get stuck in a rut of routine and having children often takes away from the spontaneity that keeps love alive, fresh and expanding and growing. Doing the same things over and […]Read more
I’ve been writing my goals for this new year and I really enjoy taking my time – reviewing my past year, celebrating my big and small successes, analysing my disappointments and my limiting beliefs about myself and analysing things that keep me stuck, swirling or feeling a failure. I […]Read more
From Christmas to Christenings we have to learn to get along with our in-laws. I was very blessed as I got on really well with mine before my mother -in -law developed Dementia. When she first washed my kitchen floor I had to pause to ponder whether […]Read more
I’ve just discovered this super site Blog For Family Dinner from exploring Twitter. Come and join in ……. “We often hear about the long-term benefits of family dinner. Nonetheless, as busy parents, it can be hard to think about health and social benefits that are far down […]Read more