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Is this a Relationship-ending Argument?

Do you fear that this argument is the argument to end all arguments?  Are you concerned that you have entered into treacherous territory with this last disagreement?

Please read the below article in “Reader’s Digest”, which tackles these questions and also shares some warning signs so that you can perhaps avoid the break-up.

Check Brooke Wise out at #2, featured in Reader’s Digest “15 Types of Arguments That May Mean the End of Your Relationship”.

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Is Your Partner Just Tolerating You?

 

Do you feel that your partner is just “tolerating” you versus accepting you?  That’s a feeling that doesn’t sit well with many people who are in a relationship.  Acceptance is critical.

Please read the below article in “Bustle”, which tackles this very question.

Check Brooke Wise out at #1, featured in Bustle’s “8 Signs Your Partner Is Tolerating You Rather Than Accepting You”.

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Can Mother Time Help My Relationship?

Do you often find yourself wondering if your relationship can get better with time?  Or are the issues just too big to overcome and the relationship is irretrievably broken?

Please read the below article in “Bustle”, which tackles the above questions.

Check Brooke Wise out at #3, featured in Bustle’s  “7 Major Relationship Problems That Can Get Better Over Time And Ones That Won’t” .

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Brooke’s Latest from The Huffington Post: “The Right Side”

It is Oscar season again, which means Hollywood has saved its more cerebral films for release.  I do not know what the cerebral film means exactly, except that historically Marvel comic movies tend not to be in the conversation.  That aside, Tom Ford, notably a fashion icon turned movie director, has released Nocturnal Animals, a film which has now become a part of the award conversation.

Recently, I watched an interview with Ford, who is easy on the eyes.  He described that he only liked to be photographed or interviewed on his good side.  This got me thinking that it is near impossible to control one’s good side on social media.  Sure, you can post a portrait or photograph for which you have artistic control.  More times than not, you are in a group picture and at the mercy of someone else’s camera phone.

After they capture sides of you that you never thought existed or cared to know about, these pictures are blasted into the public space.  Many times, these photographs might preserve memories but they are uniquely unflattering photographs.  Then what…

Too often people will stare at social media photographs and make an instant decision about dating someone who, unlike Ford, has sacrificed their good side in favor of the group picture.

Continue reading on the Huffington Post:  The Right Side

 

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