partnership

Prince Harry is joining Oprah to produce a mental health documentary series for Apple TV Plus.
When most people think about health, they think health care — doctors, clinics, hospitals, and medications. The U.S. has
“When you get married, you’ll be a great husband...” “When you get married, I’ll be so proud of you...” These are not statements
Our culture, too, supports us in the notion that if things get too complex, we should move on to someone or something else. It is only through going down more deeply into our relationships that we receive the life waters that truly nourish. The commitment to drill down more deeply can take us to the real fulfillment that we long for.
Strengthening the loyalty bond is not a "have to" -- it's a "get to." Rather than seeing loyalty from the point of view of
We're complex beings, and there is always more to learn. Caring is more important than "knowing." Are we interested, receptive, curious? The element of surprise can fuel a sense of newness and add excitement when we're open to it.
As partners, when we discover and commit to who we truly are, our lives take on new meaning as love and joy are our natural states.
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Same-sex marriage legalization and trans-gender discussions throughout Western nations; The rise of anti-establishment candidates
And I thought to myself: what a struggle it must be for those in relationships, trying their best to get to know each other
It's up to educators, families and community partners to step up to this challenge and partner with our state and district leaders to realize the community schools vision for our public schools - a vision that unites school, family, and community for young people's success.
A personal relationship is so much more than its transactional aspects. And we are wise when we put that part of the relationship in its place, relegating it to a lower level of significance. We can instead work to cultivate a more mutual generosity and trust.
How do women measure success? Is it by mothering and having a career? How do they carry out both forms of work to their satisfaction? What helps? What hurts?
There is only one road out of Africa, only one road to successful development--meaningful partnership. When I stepped off my rapidly moving machine, I was only then able to see real development take place. Alone we may go fast, but humbly and collectively, we will go far.
We need to relearn what helping really means, and what we actually need and want from each other, and for ourselves -- the presence and love that we truly crave. Simultaneously, we need to be able to recognize and voice our real longing -- to be known deeply, really listened to, and not fixed. This experience, at its core, is love.
Dr. Imad Abu Kishek, the President of Al-Quds University, sat across from me as we celebrated Iftar, Ramadan's nightly break-fast meal. The table was full of students and faculty from Brandeis and Al-Quds, all of whom share a common goal: to reestablish the partnership between our schools.
There probably aren't many people who haven't heard the words "marriages take a lot of work." This is a good thing to be aware of prior to making a marital commitment. Knowing that that's the way it is, minimizes the likelihood of feeling surprised or broad-sided when the inevitable breakdowns occur.
So many people seem to have a hard time wrapping their minds around our unwillingness to tie the knot. As their brows wrinkle and their eyes meet the floor, I can tell they're struggling to understand why we don't want to make our family "official" or "complete."
At the Cannes Lions Festival this year, I spent some time with Linda Yaccarino, Chairman, Advertising Sales and Client Partnerships at NBCUniversal. Linda oversees all advertising sales and market strategy for the company's entire TV portfolio including two broadcast, 17 cable and more than 50 digital properties.