Tag Archives: Relationships

How (Not) To Trigger Your Partner

Through several decades of my own bumbling, study and observations, I believe that people in relationships have just about created an art form out of severely annoying each other. I’m not talking about the little run-of-the-mill annoyance; I’m talking about … Continue reading

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Do You Have a Joy Gap?

After making a massive amount of mistakes in previous relationships, meeting Bridget motivated me to look at myself (and relationships in general) and try to figure out what’s gone wrong in the past, what has worked, and try to unravel … Continue reading

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Modern Love?

Modern Love? “The scary thing about dating is you are either going to marry that person or break up.” As the Digital Age has grown, using the Internet, apps, emails and texts seems to have replaced good old-fashioned meeting people … Continue reading

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Free E-Book on Non Verbal Communication

Click through and grab my free ebook; Introduction to Body Language for Financial Success, Improving Relationships and Spotting Lies. Once you’ve downloaded it, I’ll also give you access to a free 10 minute video on non verbal communication – you won’t … Continue reading

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What do you find most important?

I’m interested as to what you find most important – please make the time to vote.

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