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8 Tips to be Empathetic to Others

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What is empathy? It is the ability to understand and share the feelings of another person. The ability to put yourself in other’s shoes, and try to relate and understand where they are coming from, even if the situation is not familiar to you. Earlier this week I was sharing... Read More »

How to Stop Being Abusive to Your Partner

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“Dear Celes, I really love reading your blog. You are my role model! I am actively working on revamping and changing my life with the help of your blog. Celes, I have a huge problem. I am abusive. I have made it my duty to stop cursing and stop raising my... Read More »

Are Looks Important in a Marriage Decision?

Guy smiling at his date, at a bar; Dating

“Hi Celes, I’ve read your soulmate series on how you met Ken. Can I ask you a question: Would you have married him if you weren’t PHYSICALLY attracted to him? Personally I’ve encountered good/nice/okay guys who have expressed their interest, but I [rejected them as I] was not physically attracted to them. My key question... Read More »

Should I Marry a Guy I Don’t Love?

Ring in a box

Dear Celes, Thank you very much for your wonderful blog. I feel that you are very sensible woman. As you have found your true love, I have decided to ask you for advice — should I marry a very decent guy if I don’t feel anything more than respect and friendly feelings to him? The... Read More »

What I Learned From Growing Up in a Shaming Culture

Dark corridor

I was recently in this business meeting where this director openly shamed his subordinate in front of a group of people: in quite a nasty way too. He basically tore his subordinate apart and ripped him into shreds, criticizing him for having low awareness about what he himself (the director)... Read More »

Ashley Madison: Why Cheating Is Never The Solution

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Ashley Madison Have you guys heard of Ashley Madison before? Founded in 2001, it’s an online dating service and social networking service marketed to people in relationships. Meaning, it’s like Match.com (a popular dating site)… but with one exception: instead of being for singles, Ashley Madison is for people already in relationships.... Read More »