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Eliza Vargas-Machuca | 3 years, 1 month ago
When two people decide to live together and years pass by the dynamic of the relationship can become monotonous and more often than not small things become real dramas. I love my partner and my relationship but after being 12 years together I just feel that certain things are not as fun or as interesting as they used to be at the beginning. My question is how can a relationship get new wings after being togehter for a long time and resolve their conflicts in a calm way without making every little thing in a big drama. Please give us some easy to use techniques! Thanks so much for your help and I enjoyed watching and learning from the movie Emotions.
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Loredana Padurariu | 2 years, 7 months ago
I like your question Eliza, for different reasons. First because I've been through that and I totally renew my long-term marriage which today feels even better than at the beginning, and second because those struggles took me to become an expert in long-term relationships well being. I don't want to interfere, but I would only like to let you know that the "simple techniques" you're asking for can only work for a very short time. The real work is a full process with one self. Good luck!
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Barb Stewart | 3 years, 1 month ago
Hi Kris! Thank you for taking my question. How can one break away from the daily addiction routines ingrained so deeply in our bodies and minds. As much as I wake up every morning and want to make changes, my mind/body drives right on up to the coffee shop window each and every day... sometimes more than once! As much as I know the soymilk and sugar is not good for my body, it feels as if my mind is driving my body to feed it more! Out of control.... Please Help!
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Ann Hagan | 3 years, 1 month ago
I hear from many that all oil is bad as it facilitates cancer growth. However I also hear coconut oil may be beneficial to slow/stop alzheimer's. Can you clarify the use of coconut oil. Thank you.
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