Cindy Krall | Relationships
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Knowing when to say no can be tricky business. Finding a way to say it can be just as hard. There's a wonderful catch-all phrase for when “no” is a must. But before we figure out how to say no there are two questions we should ask ourselves if we think we need to say no...

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Sometimes the world feels angry, doesn't it? Brows are furrowed, voices are raised. Angry words followed by exclamation points are left in social threads. You and I may not be able to fix all the anger but I believe there is a salve. And it's something each and every one of us is capable of doing...

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“I want to be the fun one.” The words I spoke to my hubby were powered more by a sigh than vocalized breath. My amazing guy was about to take the kids on an outing. I was thrilled and crushed all at the same time. There are plenty of circumstances (outside of motherhood) that can cause the “should do” and...

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Someone once told me that the nuclear bomb of all words to drop in a marriage is the “D” word. Divorce for highly happily married couples is never an option. As one couple said, “When marriage is forever, the only option is ‘Let’s work through it.” Commitment in the relationship allows both parties to become completely emotionally invested. Research says… ...

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