WORTH SEEING AND READING: Happy Together or Alone: Words and Images About Love and Relationships

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  2. Great! The images and the words. I’ve experienced most of them – from both sides; and learned so much (like I should have burned a few bridges earlier than I did. But then, if I had done so, then I wouldn’t have learned the lessons that I did and I wouldn’t be the stronger, wiser and much more caring person that I’ve become.) I will share your quotes and some of my experiences with my just turning teens neices and nephew. Thanks

  3. Thank you so much for all the Love and relationships Quotes. I can relate to them. I have experienced some of them and going through at present with some of them. I would love to share and post them on my Facebook Wall if I may?

  4. Thank you Michael for the inspiring quotes and words of wisdom! They are so true and inspiring and right now are helping me get through a difficult time in my life. Thank you for reminding me of how precious life is!

  5. I watched a documentary called The Beautiful Truth, where at the end the narrators words touched me so deeply that I paused the tape and wrote each word down. At the end of the movie I saw credit given to “Character Counts” by Josephson Institute of Ethics. I am going to send this to my son who is serving in the U.S. Air Force. After 27 years of marriage ending this yr in divorce – your words resonate deep within me. Thank you for putting it to print with such profound eloquence.

  6. Oh, yes, please! Posters on friendship/relationships — affordable for schools. They could be SO useful to us in our work with adolescents!

  7. It hasn’t quite been a year, but after knowing and loving this person for 30 years, he leaves and disrupts everything held dear to me. Although I can not connect to your words, I did find hope in them. Divorce is like death in a sense, but knowing that someone you have held so dear and supported for so long doesn’t feel the same way….it hurts to the core and I don’t see how even time can heal that, realizing that he has moved on, but I am not able. I don’t find too many people in my circle of life who reach out to me. I almost feel like I wear a capital D around my neck which equates to “stay away”, she is divorced. It was such a coincidence that I opened your email today and read your words. Thank you Michael. I need to be reminded that I am in control of my destiny, not someone else running my show.

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  9. It is true what is present ,in worth seeing and reading,all this messages are very touching and inspiring to look at myself as a precious gift to love and flourish .IF all of us relate in this manner the world will shine like a pearl and our creator will be rejoicing with us.

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