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Design a Worthful Time Together


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TalkIn order to get at the meat of this relationship question, it might pay to turn it around for a moment. Is there such a thing as unhealthy time spent together? For most couples, the answer is yes. There is a distinct line between time spent beneficially and time which can actually cause bad feelings and discord. But where is that line, and how can one partner know if that line has indeed been crossed? This is where open communication becomes essential.

Time spent together as a couple should be beneficial to both. Couples just starting a new relationship may want to spend every spare minute together, which may sound unhealthy to outsiders but both are getting and receiving the intimacy they crave. As long as you and your partner feel this bond growing stronger, the linear time spent together should be viewed as healthy or unhealthy.

There’s a lot going on during those first few weeks or months of a romantic relationship, so society’s rules rarely apply. Don’t be afraid to spend as much time together as possible during the earliest stages of a promising relationship.

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How to manage anger toward a loved one


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Anger managementEveryone gets mad at family members occasionally. Whether you’re irritated by a parent’s interference, a child’s disobedience, or a spouse’s inattentiveness, it’s important to learn how to manage anger before it starts to manage you. The thing about anger is that it often rebounds on those who initiate it.

Get hold of negative emotions before they take root in your heart and grow a cluster of inappropriate actions. A nasty attitude, hurtful words, or a cold shoulder are not the way to resolve differences. Instead, give some thought to trying these suggestions:

Talk it out. If a family member offends you, wait for the right time and let that person know. Sometimes we say things without meaning them, or without realizing their effect on others. Give the person a chance to explain his or her intentions before describing your feelings. Chances are a good, open talk will help to clear the air between you. Choose a private meeting area away from others, preferably in a public place to avoid the meeting occurring on someone’s “turf.” Be prepared to listen long and talk little.

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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.

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Man and the magical formula of work-life balance


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Work-life balanceToday’s young people have it all. And that too at an age that gives them the luxury of a lifetime to enjoy what they possess. So, the  result should logically be a set of absolutely jubilant people living life to the lees. But, unfortunately, it is not so.

More and more young people are experiencing the “burn out” syndrome. Divorce rates are on the rise. Global economy, international businesses, advanced communication technology and longer hours (or should we say on the job 24/7) are beginning to take their toll on people’s lives and people are struggling to find the magic mantra that will help them strike a balance between a successful career and a happy and contented family life.

Rahul is a banker and his wife Nisha is a teacher. According to Rahul, “ Nisha is very understanding. There are times when I see her only at the breakfast table. But, she never complains. Except for the occasional wifely croons (which I guess is fine). And we make up for lost time by pampering ourselves with short getaways now and then. And I don’t think our marriage is on the rocks.” Nisha somewhat reluctantly agrees. But, she does not forget to add, “I understand that nowadays people are on the job 24/7. And yes holidays together make up somewhat but, one cannot know importance of your loved one actually “being there” for you all the time and not only when he has enough time to spare so that he can go on holiday!”

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Practical advice for parenting teenagers


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Parenting teensParenting teenagers is full of extremes. There are great joys while parenting teenagers and also great disappointments. The teen years are a time when the child is slowly separating themselves from their parent’s tight hold and parents need to realize this.

Each child needs to gradually be weaned off the total parental control into a world of adulthood. This can be a difficult experience but also an exciting one. As a parent, one has been working to prepare his child for adulthood and now the goal is about to be achieved. A parent needs to celebrate the teenagers step towards independence while continuing to provide a safety net.  

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