Category Archives: Relationship Building
Intriguing … because testosterone levels in the womb, a man’s finger size ratio may indicate whether he’ll cheat or not.
I’m making my final tweaks to the Italian Romantic Customs book – anyone have any cool thoughts to share? What’s a romantic Italian dinner idea? 🙂
Just finished revising my book on Romantic Traditions in France – it should be live soon!
This had been in paperback version up until now but not in Kindle.
FREE review copy of Irish romantic tradition ebook – let me know if you’d like a copy! PDF EPUB MOBI Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day!
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The two critical keys to a lasting relationship – and both are free! 🙂
Today is my 19th year anniversary of living with Bob; we’ve known each other for 28 years. That’s just amazing. And I love him more daily :). We both went to WPI and our lives have intertwined since then. He supports me enthusiastically in everything I do – drives me to writing group meetings, helps me with my books, gathers art supplies for me, helps me with my wacky creative ideas, cooks delicious meals for me, and so much more.
Life is short. Find a moment today to tell those you care about how much they mean to you.
Reading Forgiveness by Iyanla Vanzant – it’s a 21 day step by step approach to forgiving. An interesting, useful exercise to go through. It strongly encourages journaling every day as part of the process.
Day 1 was about forgiving yourself for all the oh-so-human mistakes you might have made during life. We’re all human, we all make mistakes. Learn the lesson, and focus on doing better. The beating-yourself-up over a past that can’t be changed saps energy that could be used to make better choices going forward.
Easy to consider logically, but harder to put into practice. Still, her point is to work on it. Each time you work on it you get a bit better, and all that energy you free up can now be used for good purpose.
Do you beat yourself up over past mistakes? Can you try to release even a portion of that emotion and to accept you have learned from it?
If you have time to whine and complain about something
then you have the time to do something about it.
— Anthony J. D’Angelo