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I’ve been in a lot of relationships at this point. Some of them were marked by good conflict resolution and others… well, they really, really… Read More »An Effective Apology Can Be About Establishing a Shared Reality
Although it’s been said that sorry is the hardest word, I’ve also heard the following many times: “It’s easy enough to say you’re sorry. Doesn’t mean you mean it.”… Read More »What Makes for a Genuine Public Apology & Will It Lead to People Being More Forgiving?
Very few social lives experience no conflict whatsoever. Chances are if you have enough friends are socially well connected enough you’ve run into a situation… Read More »Apologies Are Far Less Helpful Than Not Offending Someone in the First Place
Unfortunately, there’s no shortage of people who will judge you based on what your partner does — or doesn’t do. I noticed this when I… Read More »The Paternalization of Marriage: “You Need to Make Your Husband Do X,” “Get Your Wife to Do Y”
Last night I dreamed we got back together. We were still us, but everything had changed. You’d forgiven me for what you thought you couldn’t.… Read More »Last Night I Dreamed We Got Back Together
Mister Rogers was a very big part of my childhood. He was a gentle, loving presence on television that reminded there were people in the… Read More »8 Times Mister Rogers Gave Excellent Polyamory Advice
“What are you majoring in?” Todd asks her. “Nursing,” she says. He tells her that he has professional contacts who work at an area hospital… Read More »Getting Rich by Sharing: My Unlikely Abundance Hero, the Financial Planner