In Part 1 we looked at what anger is, what it stems from, how it can be good, and what to avoid when angry. Today we’re going to delve into why we should promptly resolve anger instead of letting it fester. In Part 3 we’ll look at how that is personal. Resolving anger and forgiving others doesn’t rely on them.
There is no relationship in which you don’t fight at some point. More often than not, the closer you are to someone, the more likely fights become. When you intimately know someone, you carry an awesome ability to build that person up, or to utterly destroy them. Continue reading “When the going gets tough, the tough get forgiving (Pt 1)”
So your long distance relationship has gone well. You’ve met in person, one of you proposed, and the other said yes. Now someone has to think about moving. If you both live in the same country, this isn’t too complicated.
Certainly, you have your job, family, friends, and social life to up and leave. It’s a lot to take in if you’re not used to it. But if you’re in an international relationship, well, I hope you brought your wellies; you got a lot of red tape to wade through now. Continue reading “Three tips to remember when preparing for a visa”
Two words that have struck fear into the hearts of many a brave man. Two words that could mean, “I’m good, thank you for asking,” or, “You have screwed up soooooo bad this time.” All depending on body language, tone of voice, eye contact, and the room dropping five degrees in as many seconds. Continue reading “Just Say It”
My trip to the shops yesterday would be considered a frustrating chore in most places. By Saipan standards? Just another day in the life of. Continue reading “Saipan Shopping Adventures”