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Marriage counselor, individual therapist, author. Nurturing love in too-busy lives. Quoted WSJ NYT WaPo Chicago Trib. Also
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Replying to @MarriageKids
Agreed. Many of the commenters also agree! Piece feels like it’s about a straw man.
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Jean Fitzpatrick LP Jul 21
Replying to @MarriageKids
thanks for the heads-up!
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Jean Fitzpatrick LP Jul 21
Disappointing lack of insight in this piece. When you act out intense emotions & inner conflicts, that’s drama. When you express needs, wishes, desires directly, that’s mature , & men respond. Much of is learning this.
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Jean Fitzpatrick LP Jul 20
What a thrill to see “We Chose to Go to the Moon” on the 50th anniversary of the moon landing. Terrific, inspiring multimedia concert.
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Jean Fitzpatrick LP Jul 20
What a thrill to see “We Chose to Go to the Moon” on the 50th anniversary of the moon landing. Terrific, inspiring multimedia presentation.
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Jean Fitzpatrick LP Jul 18
Is this everybody’s favorite love painting? Lucky to have seen the original Klimt work “The Kiss” a couple of weeks ago in Vienna, complete with gold, silver, and platinum gold leaf. Gorgeous, more than my iPhone could capture!
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Jean Fitzpatrick LP Jul 18
Is this everybody’s favorite love painting? Lucky to have seen the original Klimt work “The Kiss” a couple of weeks ago in Vienna, complete with gold, silver, and platinum gold leaf. Gorgeous, more than my iPhone…
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Jean Fitzpatrick LP Jul 15
A hard time on the job can easily lead to tension on nights and weekends. It takes effort to overcome the spillover effect via
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Uncle Enny Jul 14
I bet Prince William and Kate didn't tell their nanny they'd be this late when they left the house this morning
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EstherN, #SpeakersAgent & #Marketing Consultant Jul 14
All plans for this afternoon scuppered by this match. Hey ho, you can't stop watching the greatness!
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joanne z Jul 13
NYC loses power. Civilians take to the streets to direct traffic. Impromptu performances by broadway casts outside closed theatres for shut-out ticket holders. And people dare say NY has no heart.
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Jean Fitzpatrick LP Jul 12
Important info as you’re searching for “the one”!
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Mark C. Crowley Jul 5
Having a tough time at work? Feeling worn out? UC Berkeley research shows doing something in the evening that creates a sense of mastery is the remedy. Learn something new, invest in a hobby or sport. All these made employees feel more motivated to take on the next day.
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Jean Fitzpatrick LP Jul 3
Replying to @FrankBruni
You can die happy after writing this column. But don’t do that; we need you.
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(((Terry Teachout))) Jun 29
One last word before putting out the light: Mrs. T's undimmed gallantry inspires me every day to do my best to be a better person. How many of us can truthfully say such a thing about our partners? She is the best thing ever to happen to me.
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Highlights Jun 25
At Highlights, our core belief is that children are the world's most important people. In light of the reports of the living conditions of detained children & threats of further deportation & family separation, here is a statement from our CEO Kent Johnson.
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Jean Fitzpatrick LP Jun 26
Love this post. You don’t find a soulmate. You grow into soulmates together. Remember The Velveteen Rabbit?
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Jean Fitzpatrick LP Jun 25
Hold a marriage meeting — and 2 other secrets to a happier relationship via
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Jean Fitzpatrick LP Jun 23
Here is what real commitment to your marriage means
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New York Times Opinion Jun 21
.: Protecting and practicing fallow time is an act of resistance; it can make us feel out of step with what the prevailing culture tells us.
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