WHY did we meet long years of yore? And why did we strike hands and say: “We will be friends, and nothing more ”Why are we musing thus to-day? Because because was just because, And no one knew just why it was. Why did I say good-by to you? Why did I sail across the […]Continue reading "BECAUSE"
By T.B. Knight One of the most important elements of a good relationship is the degree in which two individuals are able to communicate with each other. How often do we hear ” He doesn’t understand me”, “I can’t get through to her”, and “He just doesn’t get it”. The ability to express ourselves clearly […]Continue reading "Say What You Mean"
Written by Dr. Nero Cavaliere In Romantic relationships the assurance of a deep and lasting commitment remains the elusive butterfly for many who wish to take the relationship to the next level: Marriage. The […]Continue reading "MARRIAGE: THE ULTIMATE COMMITMENT"
Written by T.B. Knight Loneliness is a universal emotion that affects just about everyone some time in their life. As social beings, we have an innate need to be with others of our species, especially those who are culturally closest to us. The strength of the need depends, to some degree, on our personality. […]Continue reading "Loneliness"
Dr. Nero Cavaliere Giving one’s self entirely to a romantic relationship and trying to please your partner as much as possible may certainly contribute to the maintenance of a love affair, however, the most important strategy to pursue if you want the relationship to grow stronger and more meaningful is to seek intimacy. The more […]Continue reading "Secrets of a Lasting Relationship"
By Dr. Nero Cavaliere There is considerable research supporting the notion that individuals fall in love at first sight. It could be the way someone smiles, their voice, mannerisms, even their smell. There are numerous explanations, but one thing is clear; “love at first sight” is not love, although it may lead to the real […]Continue reading "Love At First Sight"
By Dr. Nero Cavaliere Viktor E. Frankl, the famous psychiatrist who managed to survive three years in Nazi Concentration camps after losing his entire family, except his sister, once said “…happiness cannot be pursued; it must ensue. One must have a reason to ‘be happy’. Once the reason is found, however, one becomes happy automatically.” […]Continue reading "Happiness or Contentment?"
Pets are on the loose this season, though they won’t be hard to find with those red Sanata costumes on. In spirit of the holidays, many owners will giving their felines the best Christmas yet- so much better that an AP-Petside poll estimates spending on pets to climb from $48 billion to $50 billion by […]Continue reading "Merry Christmas, Pets"
In times of despair, there is always hope. In this prayer by Vienna Cobb Anderson, we explore the depths of loneliness and how we can rely on our own personal faith to guide us through such journeys. If you know someone who is suffering from a loss, pass this prayer on as hopeful inspiration. After […]Continue reading "Prayer for the Lonely"
By Dr. Nero Cavaliere Relationships usually begin with attraction. One individual is drawn to another. It could be physical, or maybe they like the same things or share the same interests. Sometimes it’s the personality that draws one to the other. If the attraction is strong enough, a friendship evolves. The strength of this relationship […]Continue reading "Attraction, Romance, Commitment"