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Covid-19 and the Relationship Triangle

Do you feel imprisoned, quarantined? Today’s shelter-in-place orders are bringing pressures on couples, especially when it comes to keeping Romance Alive. I’ve reviewed many articles about the effects these restrictions have on couples. Some “experts” provide recommendations for enduring this … Continue reading

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Shared Love On A Two-Way Street

I found love on a two-way street, and lost it on a lonely highway. Not very inspirational when talking about relationships and romance. In the last couple entries, I’ve set out the importance of building Romance on a firm Relationship … Continue reading

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Romance and Honor

Romance – can be as useless as a bag of hot air in the Sahara Desert! You may think that a strange statement from this hopeless romantic. But it’s not only truth, it’s also something I firmly believe. What’s missing … Continue reading

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Mutual Love

You’re invited into my discussion circle. The topic, “What is the correct definition of love?” I step back and let the participants take over. Awkward silence prevails as no one seems comfortable making the first comment. Abruptly, one member states, … Continue reading

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Honor in Romance

American journalist Roxana spent six years in Iran doing research for her book. She wanted to author a book showing the world a balanced view of life in Iran. Within hours she went from free journalist to incarcerated foreigner accused … Continue reading

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