Competitive vs Cooperative Communication

April 18th, 2011

Communication: Competitive  vs Cooperative We are taught from the earliest of ages that good communication is imperative.  In both subtle,  and direct ways, we are taught to be competitive when we communicate.  Simultaneously, we are told to be cooperative.  What an impossible task–to be cooperative and competitive at the same time. The conundrum we are […]


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Talk About Our MARRIAGE?!! You Can’t Be Serious!

September 21st, 2010

Two people, committed to living together, for the rest of their lives–WOW! We sure could all use some support, because this is not easy stuff.  Problem is, it is very hard to get support for something that we seldom, if ever talk about, except in a counseling room. So here’s my question to all of […]


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Reduce Conflict

November 11th, 2008

Immediately Reduce Conflict By 50%–Here’s How In the physician’s office you’re not likely to query your doctor about his/her ailments.  If you did, your own problem might not be adequately addressed. When you go to a physician,  you go to explain what it is YOU are experiencing–where YOU hurt–what YOUR problem is.  You do that […]


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