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Step Forward to Happiness in Relationships

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Do you find yourself saying “I’m bored!” to your spouse or partner?  Are you easily frustrated with your children or friends?  Is sadness a feeling you know too well?  Would you say that you are fulfilling your dreams?  Whatever your answers might be to any or all of these questions, think about one more query: Are you willing to take steps that might bring more happiness into your life?

The reality of life is that we have to take risks to move ahead, to change things up, to step out of our box, to quicken the movement of life, to step over the threshold of boredom and into a more fulfilling existence.

Listen as Dr. Joan describes the story of a woman who stepped forward and changed her life for the better, finding love and happiness. This woman’s decisions were not received well by her adult children, but she moved forward anyway, believing that her children would understand over time. 

Today Dr. Joan offers three simple tools to practice in any relationship which may help you as you take your next step forward to happiness.

If you are experiencing relationship issues at home, at work, at school, or at play, then listen to all of the Harmony Keys podcasts to hear Dr. Joan describe alternative solutions. Follow along as she presents keys for harmony. 

A portion of each program is devoted to the reading of Dr. Joan's published stories about human disputes.  She is currently reading from her novel Gra Im Thu! I Love You!  The story is about two Irish families who find themselves intermarrying, although they are poles apart in the areas of religion and politics. Listen to the story, as the O'Grady and Gwynn families learn to solve their potato encounters and develop a method for whipping up delicious mashed potatoes. Find out how diversity and harmony can live in the same house.

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