Monthly Archives: June 2011

Unacceptable and Acceptable Apologies

What is wrong with this? “I am sorry I got angry, it is just that time of the month!” And “I am sorry I got angry, it was my male hormones!” They are both unacceptable to me as an apology … Continue reading

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The Power of Conversation for Creativity

My definition of conversation is to convert my concepts, through feedback, into agreements and possible solutions to problems. So basically I am saying that conversing can be one of the best tool for assisting creativity. Now I happen to have proof … Continue reading

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How the Smallest Words Can Cause the Biggest Problems

The Statement: “It is a religious problem!” If we prefix it with “I think …” so it now becomes “I think it is a religious problem”, then, in my view, it changes the whole complexion of the statement. Now, I would feel confident … Continue reading

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How I got to this Point

It would be remiss of me to continue if I did not mention how I got to this point in my thinking. My heartfelt thanks goes out to my “ex”. Not my ex-wife but more so my ex-perimental relationship. It … Continue reading

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The Cost of Sexual Relations

I think that if everyone had the conversation about what are the costs of having sex that we would all be a lot more cautious about who we had it with. So what are the costs? Well as Clair Weaver … Continue reading

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Who Should Initiate?

One question that has had me stumped for years is who should initiate with whom? That is, should the man take the initiative or the woman? Now, when I ask this question most people tell me that either can and … Continue reading

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