Monthly Archives: February 2014

Let’s Talk About Our Relationship – II

So let’s talk about talking. So many arguments are impossible to resolve because of communication problems. Good communication can avoid arguments or resolve arguments. Bad communication can cause arguments or make them possible to resolve. One of my favorite theorists on … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk About Our Relationship– Part I

Those are words that, in comedy, strike terror to the hearts of guys confronted with girlfriends. It’s a stereotype, true: there are probably gay men who are uneasy if their partners say the same thing, and we can spread the joy … Continue reading

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The Map Is Not The Territory

I was recently reading something about Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) and the phrase I stole for the title of the post was there. It certainly is food for thought. I thought about the many highway maps I’ve looked at in my … Continue reading

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