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“Myths and Truths about relationships”

“Myths and Truths about relationships”

Times have changed and so have our perceptions about relationships. Social networks and all the dating sites may still have their share of players or heart breakers, but there are a lot of nice men and women out there looking for genuine relationships. When it comes to the behavior of men and women in relationships, everyone has an opinion and usually, it’s about how the...

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“How two become ONE without losing oneself”

“How two become ONE without losing oneself”

We all want to love and be loved and yet for some, that concept also stirs up the fear of being vulnerable and opening our hearts, exposing our needs and feelings to someone. This is especially true when we have little scars that associate relationships with unpleasant experiences or memories from the past. I believe there is no such thing as a failed relationship, rather...

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“Cuffing Season”

“Cuffing Season”

Fall has arrived and that means the cuffing season is back again! For those of you unfamiliar with the term, it’s simply the period between fall and the dark cold winter days where cuddling up with a human blanket seems more appealing than spending a sunless groggy season all alone. Cheryl: “I think a long time ago, they used to call it the mating season…people...

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“Closing the Gap”

“Closing the Gap”

  Times have changed and the dating world seems a lot more challenging with all the available dating apps, the choices, the swiping, the button clicking, and this new “hook up” culture. Now added to the relationship statuses are: it’s complicated, it’s casual, “situationship”…Oh boy, what’s that? Unclear situations with someone…sigh! When thinking of entering a relationship, many get cold feet and nervous about the...

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“Transformational Travel”

“Transformational Travel”

Have you ever thought about running away from home to take the time to reflect and reset your “life button” again? Kids runaway to escape the confines of home but as adults, we can actually use the experience to run towards our HOME, our true selves. Cheryl: “When we talk about transformational travel, it’s travelling outside of you, back to yourself, it’s coming home again.” Travel allows us to get in touch with different...

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“Keys to Serenity”

“Keys to Serenity”

Cheryl: “Music is the universal language, love is the universal healer, and water is the universal solvent.” Emotions are like the current of a river, the water flows continuously but at times can be tremulous. Your emotions are your reactions to internal and external environments and it’s by uncovering them and allowing yourself to feel that you learn about yourself. How do different elements effect...

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“Dish on Dating”

“Dish on Dating”

Once a month, I gather two men and two women to get the “Dish on Dating” as we get to the heart of the matter on various relationship issues. Cheryl: “A lot of people think that there’s a lot of games happening in the relationship world…it’s about putting your relationship in perspective…so how do we keep up to date?” So what is it that men...

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“Can Money Buy You Love”?

“Can Money Buy You Love”?

Money, we all need it and let’s not deny that we all love to have it as it offers us a certain level of freedom and pleasure. No one truly LIKES living on a tight budget. Happiness, we ALL want it and chase it especially when we get to a certain stage in life! The question is does having one really yield the other. How...

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“Is single the new norm”?

“Is single the new norm”?

Solo living is exploding and becoming less stigmatized. In modern lives, living alone and being single is quickly becoming the new norm. Can one lead a full life without a ring? Are people choosing to be single because that’s really what they want or do they think that they have to give something up when choosing to be in a relationship? Cheryl: “When you go...

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“Life and Love after Loss”

“Life and Love after Loss”

Someone died…Now what? We make a vow “till death do us part” never contemplating that the circle of life will at some point have its way and that being alone again for one of the betrothed is inevitable. So what happens to a husband or a wife that suddenly goes from having a partner in crime to being the Lone Ranger? Cheryl: “When we come out...

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