Friendship first

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Greetings reader.I hope you are well. Lois and I recently watched an Amazon Prime show ‘The one who got away’.As with all these relationship reality TV shows, it was edited/scripted more for the entertainment value, rather than a sincere desire to assist the participants, with the relationship decision making process.Also, as with most contemporary TV … Read more

Women only

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Greetings ladies.I hope you are well.I know women can be inquisitive and ‘usually’ read more than men; which would mean, you may have already read my ‘Just for men’ post.As with the men on SM, especially Twitter, it’s my observation that women display similar frustrations and ‘seemingly’, a search for answers…well the brave and the … Read more

Just for men

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Greetings men.SM can be frustrating at times because I see so many cries for help from men, especially on Twitter.Some are direct and honest tweets but the rest are hidden within both the outrageous and the supposedly “funny” tweets.I also see some truth/wisdom gems, from men and depending on who they are, the responses to … Read more

Relationship vs Religion – The comparisons

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Greetings dear readers.This post was originally intended to be the last part of part 3.Due to the length of the post (and series) I emotionally wrestled with continuing to lengthen part 3, or create an additional post.Obviously, after trusting and believing that the readers of part 1, part 2 and part 3 would ‘finish’ what … Read more

Relationship vs Religion – Part 3 of 3

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Welcome.I hope and pray you are well.This is the final part of my ‘Religious expose’ series “Relationship vs Religion”.It’s another post which requires the reader to make some time for.If you haven’t already done so, please read Part 1 and Part 2 first, to bring this post into context.This post does contain re-caps with more … Read more

Relationship vs Religion – Part 2 of 3

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Greetings and Welcome,This post is part 2 of my initial expose ‘Relationship vs Religion – The Church’.If you haven’t read part 1, please do, also a reminder to those who have visited this Blog before and insight for first-time visitors.Mine has never been to write in order to ‘shove my views’ down the readers throat.Admittedly … Read more

Father of eight

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Everyone has a story.Mankind likes to complicate matters and create additional problems in the process.When it comes to the biology and science, before the implementation of the microscope, microscope slides, Petri dish, syringe and pipette.Naturally, the sexual union of man and woman was and is still needed for procreation to occur, life to be formed, … Read more

More on communication

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We were created to be social beings and an essential part of social interaction involves communication.Human beings naturally ‘herd’ into like-minded groups, initially based on nationality, background, language and colour.However, many of us look deeper than surface distinctions, by actually ‘listening’, to the things people say, which highlight how they think.As well as the body … Read more

Age is just a number…or is it?

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It’s the dawn of my earthday/birthday, in thinking about the current climate, it appears that the majority are drinking the ‘cool aid’ which is being served by the current ‘allowed’ powers that be. Those who know, understand that we are witnessing the times that God foretold. We all have to find a way to ‘live’ … Read more

Obeying the ‘relationship’ early warning signs

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“I don’t know what happened…he was fine before and as soon as we got married, he changed”. “In the early part of our relationship she was OK but as soon as we became more serious, she turned into a bunny-boiler”. “They are so possessive, I don’t have any room to breathe, they don’t want me … Read more

Why it takes a village – helping young adults to build good long-term relationships & marriage (Pt 1 of 2)

Before the obvious educational establishments, before the rise of the Internet Search Engines, books and libraries were used to increase humankind’s knowledge. Before that, it was word of mouth from family members and community elders, along with cave and wall paintings. Books have lasted the test of time and are still used by those seeking … Read more

Don’t Settle

We go through life with differing attitudes, our expectations can be positive, negative or a combination of both, depending on our past experiences, emotional/spiritual state and how we choose to deal with others. The saying “misery loves company”, is true, therefore it’s possible for miserable people to attract others and have a relationship. However, in … Read more