How is one to know what you will or will not do unless it is, first, voiced and articulated? Furthermore, how does one know and learn another if actions do not prove to confirm words spoken? If there is another way of knowing one’s character and habits, besides demonstration, how can it be known? If one sends mixed messages, how can she or he expect to be fully understood? And whose responsibility is it to determine consistency of self…yours or someone else’s?
These sorts of questions may be applicable to many of life’s circumstances and situations, obviously. But none seem more challenging than that of relationships with regard to learning one’s partner. But after all, it is something that must be learned, but learned lovingly and not distastefully. The surest way to go from honeymoon to gloom is taking the…click here to continue reading.