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Archive for November, 2008



The Sands of time


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Dancing coupleSitting near the hotel window watching the little drops of rain slide down the frosted window pane, Nina’s mind wandered back in time. 1983 seemed like yesterday. As a young sixteen year old it was only natural to be swept off her feet when this perfect “Mills and Boon” kind of guy who came into her life. The friendship blossomed into “more than just friends” and finally withered into oblivion when Joy, her “mills and Boon man” joined the navy.

She had come a long way since then. But, somewhere hidden within the depths of her mind was a deep sense of rejection from the man of her dreams. A feeling that neither time, nor success could completely heal. But Nina was sure she was ready to settle down after years of being lonely. It was at this point in time that she met Naveen.

Don’t Just Say You’re Sorry? Prove It


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Saying sorryThe words, ‘I’m sorry’ can get us out of trouble when we’ve done something wrong or hurt someone we care about but the key to a good apology is really meaning it and convincing the other person that you are truly remorseful. Apologizing just for the sake of keeping the peace is not an effective way to apologize. In doing so the recipient of the apology will most likely see through you and realize that your apology is insincere. A sincere and well timed apology, however, will help to mend the relationship that was harmed by your words or actions.

The most important way to prove that you are truly sorry for hurting someone is to ensure that the hurtful action is not repeated. Apologizing over and over while continuing to make the same mistake shows that your apology is not really sincere.

On the other hand if you really mean that you are sorry for an action you will take careful steps not to repeat this action. Apologizing for your actions is one thing but being cautious not to repeat your actions really proves that you are indeed sorry.

Separating Love From Lust


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Love or LustMerriam-Webster’s dictionary defines love as, ’strong affection for another arising out of kinship or personal ties,’ and defines lust as, ‘an intense longing’. These two conflicting definitions help to separate love from lust. By definition alone the two differ in that, love is based on an affinity while lust is based solely on desire. The two also differ in how they affect a relationship but sometimes it becomes difficult to separate the two because lust can exist in the presence of love. Analyzing a loving relationship and a lustful relationship separately will help us to learn to distinguish love from lost.

Love has a positive affect on a relationship because when love exists in a relationship both partners hold the happiness of the other in a high esteem and place the happiness of their partner ahead of their own desires. Love affects relationships in a myriad of ways including how the couple interacts, the leisure activities they participate in and the longevity of the relationship.

In a loving relationship the couple behaves thoughtfully towards each other and is mindful of their partner’s feelings. In this type of relationship, each partner places themselves ahead of their partner and they strive to treat each other lovingly and with respect. Also, in a loving relationship the leisure activities that the couple participates in are based on a mutual love and respect. Activities are chosen with careful consideration to the partner’s feelings.

Tips To Deal With Mother-In-Law


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Mother-in-lawsI was overwhelmed by the response to my post ‘The Mother-In-Law Matter’ which still continues to draw comments. Since this is apparently a matter very close to people’s hearts, I am inspired to write a sequel for your consideration – some tips for dealing with mothers-in-law.

In dealing with your mother-in-law, never strive for nobility, only for common sense. Remember that your mother-in-law is an old hand at proving to the world how right she is. If you get into the game of trying to win the moral high ground, you will lose.

Your attempt should be to prove to the world and yourself that you are doing the most practical, sensible thing in the circumstances. Avoid getting into discussions of what is right or wrong – just what ‘needs to be done’ and do it.

Combating Cravings for Comfort Foods


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Confort foodIt was just another regular day, except that Rita was feeling a little stressed out. As she settled into her chair she reached out for the candy bar. As she bit into the soft creamy bar she felt a surge of guilt which she quickly put to rest by telling herself that since she felt so stressed out that is what she really needed. Besides this is not something that she does all the time. Does that story ring familiar? Well then here are some doable, practical ways of beating the urge to nibble on those comfort foods.

The dictionary defines comfort foods as foodstuffs that many people turn to comfort food for familiarity, emotional security, or as a special reward. It has often been said that these foods are associated with pleasant childhood experiences and grown ups reach out such foods for reliving those pleasant experiences associated with the food. Some common characteristics of comfort foods are that they are simple to make (usually), and rich in carbohydrates and sugars.

There are many reasons for combating these cravings. The most important being that it can lead to a condition commonly known as “emotional eating”. This will lead to further, more serious conditions like extreme weight gain and depression.