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Respectful Communication – Part 3

Continuing our conversation on Respectful Communication…. 7 steps to enhance respectful communication   Model the behavior you wish your partner to emulate. Do not justify your bad communication or behavior because of your partners.   When you forget to communicate in a manner that reflects your respect and love for your partner catch yourself in […]

Respectful Communication – Part 2

Calling the other person bad names during an argument is demeaning. Disrespect can quickly turn a relationship cold and can accelerate similar behavior in turn. Before long, courteous respect is replaced by behavior that continues to cause the relationship to spiral downward out of control. When we speak without respect to a partner in front […]

Respectful Communication – Part 1

I have witnessed couples at restaurants talking so disrespectfully to each other, to the point that I got embarrassed. With raised voices in angry tone, they draw attention to themselves and disturb other people in the restaurant.   One of the fastest ways to destroy a relationship is by taking the other person for granted […]

10 Ways to Empower Your Partner

Acknowledge their good deeds. Get into the habit of acknowledging your partner every day for at least 3 things that he or she has done right. Something as routine as waking up healthy so that you do not have to spend your day in the hospital.   Practice empathy and understanding. Manage your interpretations aggressively. […]

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My Trip to London and Speaking at New Testament Assembly

I was invited to speak at New Testament Assembly in Tooting London, several weeks ago in March. The topic was on Marriage – Priority Profile. I arrived at the Church and was warmly greeted by Church leaders. I was introduced to Bishop Delroy Powell who too was courteous and friendly and easy to talk to. […]

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