If He Could Fly (poem)

If his words were a plane his words would be an old broken down world war II plane. His words would look like the streets of Colombia, old and homeless words that reak of silence and emotions drowned out by alcohol. His words would never fly because poverty has made his heart heavy and depression […]

Body Conscious Listening

Perfect Communication Makes Perfect Love Everyone agrees communication is essential to a healthy relationship. And that’s certainly true, but it is a very special type of communication that makes for a fantastic love. When you really think about it, we’re always communicating, so it’s not so much about just communication, but how you communicate. An […]

Fung Shui for Dating:     When I first began dating I knew I wanted a real special someone. I wanted my heart to break open, I wanted to fall in love. I wanted my first love.   I read everything I could get my hands. I read books, watched informational videos, and mp3’s ranging […]

The Power of Words

Recognizing the Power of Words Recently I was reminded of just how powerful our words can be. Words are like incantations that we use to put others, and even ourselves, under spells. As someone who is frequently in a leadership position, I am always astounded by how my words can become like catch phrases that […]

Stop Fighting: For Couples Who Fight Too Much

Think for a minute of any relationship, now think of the problems that you have in that relationship. Would you agree that a majority of the problems don’t have a solution? I have relationships with people who are incapable of changing their tendency to be unplanned, unclear communicators…everyone has their faults, and some of those faults they won’t be ever able to change.

If we agree that in a relationship there are many problems that can’t really be solved, then we must conclude that resolving a certain problems must take a special technique, a certain process that eventually leads to understanding, deepened love, and understanding. In one word: Harmony.

In intimate relationships perpetual problems become big problems, unless we learn how to work with this issue.

So, what’s the answer? How do we work with perpetual problems if they don’t have solutions?