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Avoiding Sexual Harassment

By Dr. Jordan / February 28, 2021 /

The question I’m hearing now that our sensitivity to gender inequality has grown is: How do I approach a person I am interested in without crossing the line into sexual harassment? Harassment meaning: one person is aggressively pursuing something another person is unable or unwilling to provide permission for. First and foremost is the importance…

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Best Love Life Advice: Be Yourself

By Dr. Jordan / February 7, 2021 /

I’m sure you’ve heard or spoken the phrase “be yourself” to somebody in the course of your life. It’s something we humans say to each other when we know someone is not being true to who she or he really is. Of course, there can be plenty of reasons for not being oneself. Problem is…

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Fear of Getting Married?

By Dr. Jordan / December 30, 2020 /

Current research is reporting that more people are saying they are not interested in getting married. The research concluded that marriage is becoming less and less popular. Losing this deepest of human bonds is very troubling. Why is this happening? Is it because we are outgrowing marriage as an outdated 20th century institution? Perhaps there…

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Honesty & Your Love Life

By Dr. Jordan / November 15, 2020 /

In the age of “fake news” and “alternative facts,” dishonesty has unfortunately become a little bit more fashionable. I say unfortunate because, the price you’ll pay is largely in your love life. Once a person gets used to the idea of using lies to deal with life’s problems, this deceptive practice can become an irresistible…

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How to Get Out of a Relationship

By Dr. Jordan / October 17, 2020 /

How to get out of a love relationship that has turned irreparably sour is as important as how to get into one. I must admit, this blog has been mostly focused on how to get into a love relationship and that’s OK. This post is offered in an effort to tip the balance in the…

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Are You Being Emotionally Abused?

By Dr. Jordan / October 9, 2020 /

Are you being emotionally abused in a love relationship? Read this post if you suspect you are. There are a few important things to know in order to be able to identify this type of abuse. Emotional abuse is often a bit more difficult to identify than physical abuse, the form of abuse many people…

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Dating & the Covid19 Virus

By Dr. Jordan / September 8, 2020 /

  It’s time to talk about dating in the age of the pandemic. This coronavirus has negatively affected all aspects of our love lives, especially dating. How does a single person date with viral contagion fears and the limitations it has imposed on our lives, in particular our love lives? Remember the AIDs problem and…

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What’s in Your Psychological Love Life?

By Dr. Jordan / September 3, 2020 /

What’s in your Psychological Love Life? Strange question or the potential answer to why your love life is not where you want it to be? Here’s the thing, your love life is not simply in your relationships with the people you love or want to love. It’s also in your expectations about love relationships. Put another way,…

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Are You Experiencing Repetitive Love Life Disappointments?

By Dr. Jordan / August 24, 2020 /

The most common love life problem for single, separated, and divorced people is what I call repetitive love life disappointments. This is when a person, hopeful that she or he will find a healthy love relationship, experiences repeated disappointments one after the other. Now here’s the thing about repetitive love life disappointments that people struggling with…

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Great Help for Self-published Authors: OnlineBookClub.org

By Dr. Jordan / August 21, 2020 /

In my ongoing search for websites that acknowledge and support the self-published author, one of the best is the Scott Hughes’ OnlineBookClub.org, a free site for authors and readers that has been around for about a decade with an outrageously large  number of subscribers (over 1 million). What follows is a bit of information about them taken from…

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