How To Get Your Ex Back – Magic of Making Up

Posted on: July 25th, 2013 by admin

How To Get Your Ex Back - Magic of Making UpClick Image To Visit SiteZzzzziiiiiip…CRASH!…and then the shattering sound of glass as Deidre hurls Al’s Playstation 3 from the 2nd story apartment window…followed by a shrill and sobbing “GET OUT!…GET OUT!…GET OooooUT!”

See,IT WAS THE LAST STRAW! Even though Al loved Deidre with all his heart…he had lied so often… had ignored Deidre so much that she just reached her boiling point that hot, muggy summer afternoon.
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Romance: Short Stories of Sex

Posted on: December 20th, 2014 by admin

Romance: Short Stories of Sex

 
 
  
Romance: Short Stories of Sex

 
  

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Short stories of sex for pure escapism.

With affairs of passion and moments of thrill, these stories will let you disappear into your own world of lust.

This title contains delicious contemporary short stories with mature situations. Readers should be 18 plus! …read more here
 

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
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Exciting, May 16, 2014
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Nice stories, all full of good exciting s**. I believe this book has a little something for everyone’s sexual taste.

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Nice & Naughty, May 25, 2014
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Nice quick read to get you in the mood. A little way to spice things up. Purchased my kindle so I could read something without everybody knowing what I’m reading.

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Explicit sexuality but very tastefully done and thought-provoking.

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Checking Him Out

Posted on: December 20th, 2014 by admin

Checking Him Out

 
 
  
Checking Him Out

 
  

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Engineer Sol Brooks is a happily married man, so people keep telling him. He and Elise have been in Boston for eight years, he loves her, and she loves him. They’ve got a great apartment that’s kept its value, they’re both up for promotion, and he can hook up with any guy he likes – all the sex he wants, so long as it’s of the “no strings” variety. And that’s all fine and dandy…until a chance meeting at the checkout.

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First published as part of the Love’s Landscapes Anthology

(DRiTC 2014, MMRomanceGroup.com), based on the prompt:

Dear Author,

When I met the love of my new life (his words not mine…ass), I was simply waiting in the checkout line. I might have been caught up in a conversation with my best friend/wife of X amount of years about something, I can’t remember at the moment. So anyway, we were distracted and didn’t notice that the line had moved. So after maybe 30 seconds, or a minute at the most (I’m pretty sure it wasn’t that long), Mr. Impatient, with an accent like that character on The Originals (not that I watch that show at my age), got our attention in the rudest way in my opinion, or in my wife’s heart-of-a-ho opinion, the kindest way possible for our insensitive asses. I’m pretty sure his accent, mixed with his damn charm, got him out of more trouble than it should. We had a rough start, but we had quiet moments when we weren’t all over each other or fighting, in and out of bed. Anyway, I would love a story about our first year.

P.S. I want a story with interesting secondary characters interacting with the main characters. I want it to be known that the marriage is a *lavender marriage—no one is being fooled here. I want humor mixed in with hot-damn, slightly overwhelming sex. Alpha males with a bad case of the giggles at inappropriate moments. No BDSM please. One other request is that I wish the main characters to be in the age range of late twenties to early thirties.

*A lavender marriage is a “beard” marriage of convenience.

Sincerely,

T …read more here
 

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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
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Left me teary but in a good way., November 25, 2014
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The end was unexpected from where this story began. Don’t read the description and believe this story has no substance because it definitely does.

I loved Adam! Sol was a little hard to get to know because he was so indecisive but when you find out what’s behind his erratic emotions you just want to wrap him up in a big bear hug.

Definitely worth the read.

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I was fooled!, December 14, 2014
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Really! From the blurb I thought this was going to be a sweet, silly read. In the beginning it was, with Captain Impatient and the check out line. The story got heavy, though. Lots of serious issues to deal with. It was a truly good book.

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Truly excellent, December 16, 2014
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This is a story that MUST be read. It sucked me and took on a journey I do want to end. I LOVE Sol and Adam I want more and more…please say there will be more

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How to Improve Your Marriage Without Talking About It

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How to Improve Your Marriage Without Talking About It

 
 
  
How to Improve Your Marriage Without Talking About It

 
  

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Men are right. The “relationship talk” does not help. Dr. Patricia Love’s and
Dr. Steven Stosny’s How to Improve Your Marriage Without Talking About It
reveals the stunning truth about marital happiness:

Love is not about better communication.
It’s about connection.

You’ll never get a closer relationship
with your man by talking to him like you
talk to one of your girlfriends.

Male emotions are like women’s sexuality:
you can’t be too direct too quickly.

There are four ways to connect with a man:touch, activity, sex, routines.

Men want closer marriages just as much as women do,but not if they has to act like a woman.

Talking makes women move closer;
it makes men move away.

The secret of the silent male is this:
his wife supplies the meaning in his life.

The stunning truth about love is that talking doesn’t help.

Have you ever had this conversation with your spouse?

Wife: “Honey, we need to talk about us.”
Husband: “Do we have to?”

Drs. Patricia Love and Steven Stosny have studied this all-too-familiar dynamic between men and women and have reached a truly shocking conclusion. Even with the best of intentions, talking about your relationship doesn’t bring you together, and it will eventually drive you apart.

The reason for this is that underneath most couples’ fights, there is a biological difference at work. A woman’s vulnerability to fear and anxiety makes her draw closer, while a man’s subtle sensitivity to shame makes him pull away in response. This is why so many married couples fall into the archetypal roles of nagging wife/stonewalling husband, and why improving a marriage can’t happen through words.

How to Improve Your Marriage Without Talking About It teaches couples how to get closer in ways that don’t require “trying to turn a man into a woman.” Rich in stories of couples who have turned their marriages around, and full of practical advice about the behaviors that make and break marriages, this essential guide will help couples find love beyond words. …read more here
 

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Wonderful wonderful book!!, February 3, 2007
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My husband (of nine years) and I are having trouble, and despite a couple of visits over the years to a therapist we both respect and like, we may be heading toward a divorce (his choice). I began reading this book, and then began reading it out loud to him. (I always read to him while he drives us to and from work; we’ve gotten through many, many history and philosophy books, and the very occasional marriage and intersex relations books.)

When I would ask if I should continue reading, he always said yes. (!) He was surprised and disappointed when I reached the end of the book. This book explains SO much about the conflicting ways we see things, and each other! Especially this, from page 196:

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The Compassion Paradox: If Available Whenever Needed, It’s Rarely Needed

Research shows that when people – men and women – feel secure that compassion and support will be there if they need it, they are far more independent. Worry that it won’t be available when needed creates a deprivation mentality. You can think of deprivation mentality the following way. If you haven’t eaten for over a week, are you likely to hold out for a gourmet dinner and eat it with your napkin in place and cut up your food carefully? Or will you shovel whatever food you can get into your mouth as fast as you can? You’re likely to resemble a hungry wolf more than a well-mannered diner. Well, the last thing you want is for your partner to be as hungry as a wolf for emotional support. That will make her think about her emotional needs all the time and want more and more attention, until it seems to you that she can never get enough. The trick is applying preventive compassion in small doses, so that she knows it will always be there when she needs it. Once she knows that, she will hardly ever need it.

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The book also discusses at length the physiological reactions of both sexes, and how that plays out in our reactions to each other. Starting at birth, males react more strongly, and act to avoid over-stimulation (hence, for instance, the boy baby looking away from a direct gaze way sooner than a girl baby who enjoys it. Boy babies enjoy it too, but it it too stimulating and so they must look away and look back to reduce their stress.) Girls and women “repair’ relationship breaches and problems by talking; for men talking makes then feel worse (physiologically — not emotionally or mentally…)

Fantastic book — buy it whether you’re married or not; it will help you understand ALL the men (and women) around you!

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350 of 364 people found the following review helpful
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Oversimplifies gender roles a bit, not for somewhat healthy marriages looking to get even healthier, October 29, 2009
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Honestly, this is probably a case of me buying the “wrong book” for my needs. I bought this based on the largely positive feedback. Upon reading, I discovered the book is largely directed to couples that have broken off communication altogether, are on the defensive with each other constantly, and are steps away from breaking it off. I gathered from the title that it would address communication barriers, certainly, which I believe men and women have between each other naturally. I just didn’t realize the extent to which the author would build a case tying nearly everything wrong in a marriage back to the male’s need for unabashed acceptance and glorification (i.e. not being shamed) and the female need for security.

I DO actually agree with the author that, in general, these are traits of the genders, accordingly. I just feel the book oversimplifies and generalizes things a bit too much. It paints men as neanderthals, unable (biologically) to communicate, while women are all incessant naggers and nit pickers.

In my own relationship, this simply isn’t the case. No relationship is perfect, and certainly my marriage is far from it, but I (the husband) am quite often the instigator of relationship talk. She seldom nags, we do tell each other we love one another regularly, and there is a general respect and kindness in our home.

We certainly could use improvement in many areas, which I hoped to find in this book. Instead, by far and large, I found a certainly well developed case that shame and fear are at the core of nearly every relational challenge.

The book did have a few high points for me, which will make the Kindle download pay itself back fairly quickly. The last chapter, a formula for marital improvement, is (although a bit hokey) more than likely a gold pot. It’s a short list of super simple routines you can perform daily to demonstrate your love and build a stronger relationship. Also, buried within the rhetoric on shame and fear are some very true but ugly behaviors we nearly all exhibit, and some great ways to accept and acknowledge their root cause and

If your marriage truly is on the very brink of being over and done with, I would definitely read this book. If you feel, or have even been told, that you are the typical male that “never listens, never wants to talk and just shuts yourself off,” this book is for you. Women, if you find yourself chasing your husband around the house trying to engage your husband in confrontation, are burdened with fear of not being protected, provided for, your dreams are being neglected, this book will no doubt be a great resource for you.

I learned a little, skimmed over a lot. I’m still searching for the best book on strengthening the marital bond (as opposed to pretty much restoring a marriage that has been so severaly neglected), intimacy, etc. Perhaps the secret is to do what I have been doing. . . . take in a lot of books, and extract a few “nuggets” from each one until you are properly armed.

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192 of 205 people found the following review helpful
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A MUST READ FOR EVERY HUSBAND!!!, February 10, 2007
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A Reader… “Starting the journey” (The Dirty South, United States) – See all my reviews

I’ve never written a review, but five minutes after finishing this book I was logging on to Amazon to give some honest feedback to the potential shoppers out there wondering if this book is worth the money. First off, I’ll let you know that it was WORTH EVERY PENNY (and I actually went out in the snow to get it at full price from a B&N bookstore in the middle of the night). This book puts into words exactly what I’ve been unable to express for the past 5 years of marriage. It describes not only what I’ve been feeling, it describes what my wife has been trying to get through to me, why I felt how I did, why my wife responded how she did, everything. I have a handful of relationship books from a variety of different authors, and none of the other ones were as useful or powerful as this one. The book doesn’t just throw out a few “answers” and treat them as though they’re intuitive facts. Instead it goes into supportive information for these simple “truths” that have elements that are physiological, psychological, biological, sociological, (and a few other -logicals to boot). I found it interesting to read about real life anecdotes, historical anthroplogical findings, and chemical brain reactions all on the same page.

The main idea of the book is to show how women are hypersensitive to Fear, Isolation, & Deprivation, and men are hypersensitive to Shame & Dread of Failure. When I actually sat back and thought about it I realized that almost all of my negative emotions can be traced back to either Shame or the Dread of Failure, and most of my wife’s emotions fell into one of her F/I/D categories as well. This bit of information alone was useful and worth the the price. The book also goes into a chapter specifically for the male to understand the female point of view, and also one for the females. At the end there’s a “Man to Man” chapter writeen by Steve that’s interesting as well. The book spends a lot of time ensuring that the reader fully understands the power of our Fear/Shame emotions and how they’re the basis for the disconnection that occurs so often in a marriage. Throughout the book there’s advice for breaking the pattern, and the “secret formula” at the end seems so simple and yet is so hard to consistently do.

All in all it’s a well-written easy to understand book that I thoroughly enjoyed reading and will be reading again soon to get a more in depth understanding of the material and to actually work through the various exercises and surveys.

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Interpersonal Skills in Organizations

Posted on: December 20th, 2014 by admin

Interpersonal Skills in Organizations

 
 
  
Interpersonal Skills in Organizations

 
  

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Interpersonal Skills in Organisations by de Janasz, Dowd, and Schneider takes a fresh, thoughtful look at the key skills necessary for personal and managerial success in organisations today. Exploding with exercises, cases, and group activities, the book employs an experiential approach suitable for all student audiences. The book is organised into 4 distinct sections (Understanding Yourself, Understanding Others, Understanding Teams, and Leading) that can be used collectively or modularly depending on the instructors’ preferences and students’ needs. The emphasis in this edition focuses on making the text more current along with making the text pedagogically effective for students and instructors. …read more on this page
 

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Communication, May 24, 2013
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I am only on chapter 7 of this book but so far the material is quite informative, I am using it for a strategic communications class.

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Five Stars, September 24, 2014
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required, December 15, 2013
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This book was required for a class in my junior year, over priced as with many, just skimmed for class too dry to read in length.

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