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Heart to Heart

images (1)I heard it in the movie Juno that the best you can hope for is to “Find someone who loves you for exactly who you are.” Maybe it’s slightly paraphrased but you get the point. Isn’t that what we all want? To be accepted and loved for who we are; good, bad, or indifferent? How many of us go searching in all the wrong places for that? Or try to change ourselves to fit into the mold of what someone else wants? I mean, really think about it and your past experiences in relationships. How many people did you actually date that were interested in you for exactly who you were and didn’t have some kind of personal agenda?  I’m sure there are a few of you who have been blessed early in life with finding that ‘once in a lifetime’ partner and I applaud you, sincerely! I’m glad you…

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Could a bad marriage kill you? Stress of a bad relationship can lead to heart disease, doctors warn.


MEDIC FINDER

People in an unhappy marriage are also at higher risk of depression
The stress of a bad marriage can raise blood pressure and heart rate
This can eventually lead to heart disease

By
Emma Innes

PUBLISHED:
09:28 EST, 28 February 2014

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UPDATED:
09:32 EST, 28 February…
Could a bad marriage kill you? Stress of a bad relationship can lead to heart disease, doctors warn

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Susan Weisberger

Feeling Alone and Isolated I hear from people regularly about how lonely they feel on their spiritual path , “I wish I had more like minded people to talk to” or “I would love to be surrounded by people who are deeply spiritual.” Sometimes, they have lost friends and loved ones because they believe differently now. There are even times when you can feel totally alone in your beliefs while being completely surrounded by people. Sound familiar?

But here’s the thing: You can be alone, but that doesn’t mean you have to feel lonely. Be careful not to interpret alone as lonely. I learned that there are tremendous benefits to alone time. I believe these moments of alone time are given to us to explore our inner side. I came to value and love my alone time and I try to use it well by meditating, journaling, and reflecting. I also…

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