Archive for June, 2005

Choosing A Partner With The Right Stuff

Sunday, June 26th, 2005

A family crisis this past week led me to appreciate my partner/marriage and to reflect on the truly important qualities of healthy, enduring relationships.
It’s been about one week now since my second oldest child suddenly lost the use of one of his legs. He had been limping for a few days and we were “watching” […]

Do You KNOW On That First Date?

Thursday, June 16th, 2005

First dates are like interviews. We ask questions, evaluate answers and try to get an overall feel for the person and how well they would fit into our lives. But how much can you really learn about someone from one time together? Are there certain questions that should be asked? If it goes less than […]

The Road That Might Have Been

Thursday, June 9th, 2005

I apologize for a lack of posts over this past week. I was away at my college reunion at Salve Regina University, in Newport, Rhode Island. If you have ever visited there, you will understand how one must stay for a while and how easy it is there to get “lost” in the beauty of […]

What If Trust Could Be Bottled?

Thursday, June 2nd, 2005

An experimental hormone spray containing Oxytocin has been found to raise our level of trust in other people. Interesting idea. Imagine….
“He’s a commitment phobe, so I’m giving him this hormone perfume for a Christmas present.”
” I’ll pretend it’s breath spray and just slip and fire in her direction- I’ll have her eating out of my […]