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#56 - Are you a cheerleader, an enabler, or a dream killer?
The cheerleader is the person in your corner cheering you on, encouraging you and holding you...
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#55 - What subjects are you afraid to talk about with your mate? Money? Sex? Past relationships? Religion? Politics? Why?

Extraordinary communication is critical to any relationship and at any stage of a relationship....

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#54 - What signals are you sending your mate?
Are you flirtatious like we discussed yesterday? Are you cool and reserved? Are you distant and...
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#53 - Flirting is an aphrodisiac!

Think about the last time you had someone flirt with you. If there was even the mildest physical...

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#52 - How do you handle money in your relationship?

Money is one of the most important topics; one of the least discussed early in a relationship;...

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#51 - It is always easier to see someone else's flaws and mistakes than to see our own!
In the midst of a conversation this weekend, I found myself being judged for some of my past...
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#50 - Okay. You find yourself single again. Now what?

Today we are going to follow up on Tuesdays post. Whether you were the one to make the...

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#48 - F.E.A.R.
F.E.A.R. How many times have you been afraid of doing or saying something only to find out...
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#47 - How do you regain trust once it has been lost?
I have been pondering this question for a couple of weeks after I had a conversation with a...
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#46 - Can you communicate with your ex in a civil manner?

After a divorce, you almost always need to communicate with your ex. It could be about children,...

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#45 - Have you found your soul mate? Not so fast.. maybe not!

You have just found the person you feel deep in your heart is your soul mate. He likes the same...

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#44 - Have your children taken sides after your divorce?

It is not uncommon for children, including adult children, to take sides during and after a...

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