Books tagged: relationship realisms

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Why We Flop In Love
Price: Free! Words: 22,030. Language: English. Published: October 1, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Relationships and Family » Dysfunctional relationships, Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Personal Growth / General
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Love is usually accepted with three elements of Mystery, Magic and Marvel. The ‘3Ms’ land many of us in troubles and pains of love. The magnificent dualism is – love’s mystery makes it flamboyantly thrilling. Still, the mysticism engenders loads of confusion and conflicts, making us flop in love. Success of love is in non-dualistic positioning, a simple and practical realism, yet very elusive!
Habitual Hero: The Art Of Winning
Price: Free! Words: 19,570. Language: English. Published: October 1, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Personal Growth / Success, Nonfiction » Inspiration » Personal inspiration
In all of us, there is this definite ‘winner’. However, this champion is a ‘Random Warrior’, wins but not always. We all have the determination, patience, discipline and the mastery to be a sure and sustained ‘all-weather-all-season-Hero’. As we miss the knowledge of this ‘mechanism of winning’, this ‘random winner’ is unable to sustain the artistry of winning, to qualify as a ‘Habitual Hero’.
Naked Solutions Of Dressed Up Life Woes
Price: Free! Words: 23,260. Language: English. Published: October 1, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Personal Growth / Success, Nonfiction » Relationships and Family » Conflict resolution
Human mind is the most capable and instinctively galvanized mechanism to solve big problems. Still, the same human consciousness is the most potent trouble. The core dilemma is, modern day problems are so ‘dressed up’; partly by our complex environment and partly by our consciousness that we fail to see the ‘naked’ reality of the nature of problems. We can see them clearly, if we ‘undress’ them.