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Enlightened spouses realize that love is an action word.
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Here's the paradox. When we are unwilling to be vulnerable, we lose the courage to embrace the joy of love. Love awards the
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Here are a few reasons we push our partners away: If I get close to you, I'll lose myself, my freedom, and individuality
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You see them all over the city -- or maybe I should say you see us.
Imagine what your life would be like if all of the things that most of us take for granted were not there. Things like food, a functional bathroom, clean clothes, privacy, adequate heat in the cold of winter, a sense of physical and emotional security, and other ingredients that most of us consider the basics of living.
Sometimes the very things that initially drew us to a partnership are the very things that end up driving us away. If you are willing to peel away the layers to understand what it is you are actually seeking and what's in your way of getting it, odds are you can find what you are looking for right where you are.