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The Power of Word


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The Power of WordDictionary defines - Word as ‘a unit of spoken language’. At a communicative level, the word signifies so much more. It has the power – to heal or hurt. Words joined together form a sentence. That’s just syntax and grammar. But the meaning of those words, it is that which has connotations and consequences. The best part is we all know it and yet we do it time and again.

Why do we ‘hurt’ by words when we know it is so much more afflicting than physical bruises? An African tribe - when they want to cut off a tree they don’t chop it instead they curse the tree and mouth filthy language. The tree in a few days dies by itself. If that is true of the tree what fate is in store for us? The worst part, it is the defenseless who are affected the most. The most vulnerable are targeted maximum. Why? Is it to show who the boss is. Is it a power struggle?

Telling a person that he or she is not fit or useless will not serve the purpose other than to bring down their self-esteem. Well, if that’s your intention then you’ve not scored brownie point from me definitely. My grandpa used to say, “By saying hopeless, will it make the person better?”

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How to encourage your spouse


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Encouraging spouseEveryone goes through hard times. If you are married, here are tips for encouraging your spouse when things are looking down.

For better or for worse in the marriage contract can mean many things. Sometimes we find ourselves facing difficult developments in a spouse’s condition or outlook. Since everyone is bound to get discouraged at some point, here are some tips to help a spouse through difficult times.

1. Be a patient listener. When someone we care about is suffering, we often want to jump in and make things right. But occasionally we just need to hear what a spouse has to say before taking any action at all. The gift of time spent listening with concern and support is a valuable gift indeed and can mean more than tangible rewards or cash offerings.

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What not to tell a guy you want to marry


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DatingIn beginning a dating relationship, it may take some time to get comfortable with the other person. But as you get acquainted, it is tempting to share deeply held secrets or private longings that you hope will bond the two of you.

Be careful! Confessing secrets or expressing desires too early in a relationship can frighten the most grounded guy. Here are some of the scariest topics to avoid until the two of you have had time to get to know one another:

1. “I’m looking for a marriage partner.” Any version of this statement can be a real turn-off for many men. They often feel like a commodity in the marketplace that you’re checking out with a view to buying. Even if you do hope to marry in the next year or two, keep quiet about your plans until you find out whether this guy is the one. Even then, let him take the initiative in the commitment department. Many guys do not respect girls who take the lead, fearing her aggressiveness bodes ill for a long-term relationship.

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Communication and commitment in married life


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CoupleA marriage counselor once said - Marriage is the commitment that two individuals promise to one another and the trust they repose on each other. Where there is commitment there is love and respect.

Commitment and Trust are the two pillars of the institution called marriage. To be committed you need to trust. Trustworthiness happens only when there is honesty.. Honesty implies integrity of character.

To be honest you need to be transparent. In other words, you need to bare your soul to your partner. There is no room here for sifting and talking. You will have to talk and thrash out issues to emerge stronger. If there are hidden depths in the marriage it leads to distrust and insecurity. Insecurity breeds lack of commitment.

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Dealing With Divorce


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DivorceEven though we do enter into marriage with the belief that we will stay happily married until the day we die, sometimes it just doesn’t work out like that. Every single person knows at least two couples who have divorced. For some it may seem as the end of the road for them, but it really doesn’t have to be.

If you’re going through a divorce and find yourself at loss as to what to do next, a few of these suggestions will help you through this difficult time. Just remember – it’s going to get better.

1. If you have children think about how this is effecting them. Take the time to explain what is happening every step of the way. Often children feel left out when it comes to divorce and many don’t understand it altogether. Make plans to do things with your children, spend a little extra time with them and ensure that the other partner does this too.

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