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Valentine’s, Romance and Commercials

I’m amazed at what people advertise and claim it has anything to do with Valentine’s Valentine’s was created to honor the relationship you have with your sweetheart. It’s about romance and creating memories the two of you share with each … Continue reading

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Romance: Definitions Change

What does Romance look like? As a teenager, Romance may look like an adult’s wonderland to which you aspire. Romance means being swept off or sweeping the object of your interest off their feet. There’s a Cinderella-esque aura about it. … Continue reading

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Relationship Triangle Foundation

Hope you had a wonderful Christmas and/or may be enjoying the celebration of Hanukkah. Dresses swirled and swayed gracefully as genteel men led elegantly dressed ladies in a ballroom dance. Late afternoon tea dances had become very popular and well … Continue reading

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Unlikely Influencer

He wouldn’t strike you as a person to change the world. · His hair was short. · He wore a tie to work.  · He was about 40. · He was a classically trained pianist and oboist.  And he worked in … Continue reading

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Five Things I Appreciate

Have you ever considered what do you most admire about your sweetheart? If asked to name six things, you could probably write the list in just a minute or so. On a card or a piece of paper, list five … Continue reading

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Share Your Romantic Preference

Last week and this week I was asked, “You’re Mr. Romance. Tell us something romantic.” This week my response was, “romance your sweetheart how he/she wants to be romanced. It takes the focus off you and puts it on your … Continue reading

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Romantic Philematology

I’m concerned you might not be a student of Philematology. Several noted scientists have become Philematologists: Cesare Lombroso, Elaine Hatfield, Charles Darwin. I believe studying Philematology will strengthen your relationship. Studying with your sweetheart will bring more romance into your … Continue reading

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