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Disgruntled Partners

Life is full of dramatic moments, but partners who disagree or openly fight in public are often an unwelcome sight at many events. They bring...

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The Beginning of a Perfect Couple

There are many youngsters who have grown up hoping they will have the perfect relationship, and it is not as out of reach as many...

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Accepting The End Is Here

Couples who have been together for many decades have often lived fulfilling lives together, and it would seem that death of a partner would make...

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A Sad but Sweet Ending

People in a long term relationship have made a commitment to grow together. Unfortunately, this does not always work out for them. Life events or...

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Life with a Chaotic Partner

Drama is a wonderful thing in movies and books because it keeps the action moving and tells an important story. Many people find it is...

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The Key to True Communication

Graceful couples often appear to read each others' minds at social events and family occasions. If one needs salt and pepper for the table, their...

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There are few couples who can dream of having a truly graceful relationship in public and private. These are couples that never argue in front of other people, and they rarely fight in private. They have learned to compensate for each other's strengths and weaknesses. Neither of them will ever publically embarrass their significant other if at all possible. These partners seem to glide through life without ever taking a wrong step. The pair has found their way to a great relationship, and have learned to make it work.

Learning to do anything has always been made up of several parts. After studying the original lesson, practice and repetition are the most important steps. Partners that have a graceful relationship have taken this lesson to heart. They learned early how to communicate and agree to disagree about a few basic issues. After that, they simply practiced these principles and repetition has made them almost perfect.