Stay in Love Married couples who have remained together through all the tough times and challenges of life do so because they are still in love with each other and believe it is one of the important Godly relationships in life. Everyone knows one of these cute little couples who go everywhere together and just really seem to enjoy the company of the other. So how do these long-married couples do it? Well, adoring couples actually adore one another. This may not be a common word in use today but it is highly regarded in literature as an esteemed word used only for the closest and most intimate Godly relationships. Adoration in this context means to love, worship, and idolize another. Adoration is glorifying another through a demonstrated love. It's active, real, and alive. Marr...
Most respectful relationships begin with romantic love – the kind of love that many mistakenly believe will sustain. But if believed to marriage management experts the romantic love eventually dissipates, making room for a deeper, more mature love. This issue is discussed in the book, Infidelity, A Survival Guide (New Harbinger Publications, 1998) by Don-David Lusterman, Ph,D. "Even if marriage begins with romantic love," says Lusterman, "it finds its continuity in married love, with peaks of real passion, valleys of disappointment, and plateaus of okay days. Successful couples know this." Companionship in Marriage is a Must According to marriage management experts when couples are together for a long time, they can easily fall into a pattern of going their separate ways. And whi
Dating in itself is not easy but dating as a millennial makes it ten times harder. With social media and various technologies infiltrating our daily lives, dating has taken a turn for the worst, and many say it’s because of the heightened temptation and the lack of mature communication. Whether this is true or not, we have to admit that if we look back on the golden years; the years where our grandparents or even our parents fell in love, a whole other picture is painted about love and relationships. Back then things seemed to have been simple and straightforward - people communicated their thoughts and feelings verbally and there was no such thing as ‘ghosting’, or not calling back. Couples put in effort and strived to make things work, unlike Gen Y, who subconsciously know they can j
The success of any organization relies on the communication skills of its managers and associates. Nevertheless, many business schools treat their students’ ability to write and present effectively as “soft skills”. Associates with BBAs or even MBAs do not necessarily possess the public speaking or professional writing skills that they need to drive business organizations. Many people have problems with more than just common grammar mistakes or professional etiquette. They struggle to write coherently, their presentations are disorganized, and they do not know how to express themselves in meetings. A quick grammar guide cannot fix core communications issues like these. If your team is under performing because they lack core communication skills, training workshops can help. As a manager