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You’ve asked politely. You hinted. You argued. You begged. When it comes to doing dishes, cleaning and laundry, you want your partner to share the load and your he either habitually forgets or refuses. Nothing seems to work to get your partner to take responsibility for a portion of the housework and so you do something you never thought you’d do...you reward him with sex.
The divorce has been finalized and you've arrived at the acceptance stage. You think to yourself, "It's all done now! But wait ... why do I feel so awful and lost?"
[Note: In this article, I speak as a masculine man in relationship to feminine women. Please adjust the gender terms to suit your relationship life.] In previous articles, I described narcissism as an extreme form of selfishness. But narcissism goes beyond mere self-interest. It’s more akin to egotism — an excessive or exaggerated sense of self-importance. In the extreme, a narcissist exists alone at the center of his (or her) known universe.
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In Part I of the ReInvention process ( previous article at Your Tango) … we examined the first three steps of the process of change. The entire process is 7 ½ steps. This article will review the next four steps and then the final ½ step will be explored in it’s own separate discussion. Why wait for the ½ Step? Because it’s the most difficult of all, even though it is the smallest number (1/2). Funny, huh? Go here to read about these more: http://www.annfry.com
It is indeed possible to stretch time—to make the time you have go farther, and use it more for what you really want to do. Stretching time is not difficult if you have the prerequisites: self-awareness, a sense of purpose, thoughtful action, and a playful approach. Self-Awareness:
As a student and teacher of yoga, I’ve noticed a number of pitfalls we teachers often fall into and want to open up a dialogue about how we might better serve those who are putting their asanas in our hands. Let’s dive in… Where’s this train headed? I will never forget the moment one of my teachers... (continue reading)
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The fact that sense and sensibility are often being thrown out the door around this issue has finally got my boxer briefs in a wad, and I'm going to share a piece of my mind as to what gay marriage will do for the world ... yes, even for you heterosexuals!