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Friday, March 20, 2009

TGIF - The Five Best Love and Relationships Articles From Around the Web - #2

I decided to attempt a new Friday ritual, and pick my favorite five articles on love and relationships I read around the Web for that week. So here goes:

Over at How To Tell If A Guy Is A Jerk – “In Honor of All the Great Men” - most all of the relationship blogs spend most of their time telling you which men to stay away from, and it is refreshing for someone to take the time out and honor the good ones.

Looking for some controversy? Honey over and Honey and Lance poses the question as to whether stay at home moms are prostituting. “Are Stay at Home Moms Really Prostitutes?” -

Steve Pavlina’s Personal Development Blog – “Leveling Up” - “Don’t deny the value of your own “suck period”. When you look at any part of your life with disdain, you deny that you’re the artist who created it. Maybe it’s your early work, and it’s not much to look at, but you can’t progress by denying that it’s yours.” You do not want to miss this excellent article, that explains very well that we have created whatever reality we are experiencing at the moment, and for a reason. It reminds us, we are right where we should be at any given moment, for whatever experience or lesson we were meant to have.

The Daily Coyote - it is not a relationship site, but I just love going and checking out the photos of the coyote that was orphaned at birth.

The Quest for T – "I Am That" - has an exercise that we should all do. An eye opener.

Enjoy the exploration.

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6 Love note(s):

Loving Annie said...

The Quest for T link simply asked me if I wanted to add a feed. I didn't. I just wanted to see what exercise you recommended of his.... Please help !

Honey said...

Hey, thanks for the shout-out!

Robin said...

Thank you for your kind comment on my blog. I'm not disappearing completely... I am in need of a break but in the meantime you can find me on WriteUp Cafe.

searchingwithin said...

Thank you Annie, it is fixed now.

Anytime Honey

Best Wishes Robin, hope all is well.

dadshouse said...

Nice picks! I read Honey and Lance, and quest for T religiously!!!

BK said...

Thank you for reminding me something so important that we need to forgive ourselves sometimes. Indeed, we cannot possibly forgive others if we can't forgive ourselves.

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