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Every Day Love - Learn Loving & Enjoy Commitment


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What is the missing element in many marriages and couple relationships? It’s giving love, not just getting it. Are you interested in learning a positive approach to loving that will benefit your partner, strengthen your relationship — and nourish you? Join Dr. David Sanford, couples therapist and his wife, Joyce Wilson-Sanford, executive coach, as they explore approaches to joyful loving, drawn from Dr. Sanford’s new book.

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Do you have couple plans for the New Year? I don’t mean New Year’s Eve or New Year’s Day or even the bathroom remodeling that you’re going to do in 2010. This episode is going to explore New Year’s Resolutions and how you can go... more

Bring on the Light The Winter Solstice marks the shortest day of the year. It also marks the return of progressively longer daylight. Christmas, Hanukkah, the Hindu Festival of Lights — these and similar holidays all celebrate light — external and... more

How to Have a Good and Loving Holiday “How to get through the holidays“ is a common advice topic around this time of year — as if we were talking about a trip to the dentist. In this episode, we’ll reach for a more positive goal — “how... more

“‘How you can make your partner lovable‘ doesn’t make sense,” you say. “S/he is either lovable or s/he isn’t. I’ve got nothing to do with it.” Join us for this episode of Every Day Love, as we explore a different point of view. According to... more

Hard times are when people are out of work, when they are threatened by foreclosure, when they feel that the country is out of control and themselves close to losing control, too. Hard times are tough on individuals, tough on the... more

Many people grew up feeling that love was primarily an obligation. You’re supposed to love your parents. You’re supposed to love your brother, even though he torments you. “Love as obligation” people understandably have a tough... more

What sort of people make a commitment to behave more lovingly to their partner? Who cares about learning how to love with warmth and generosity. Some people do; otherwise, many more marriages would fail than already do. In our... more

Whether we were well-loved or poorly-loved, we all learned about love when we were children. In childhood, we all learned about conditional and unconditional love, acceptance and rejection, affection and coldness, being seen and... more

What are the different feelings that can go with loving your spouse or partner? In Episode No. 9, Dr. Sanford and his wife, Joyce Wilson-Sanford explore some of the loving-partner feelings that they have experienced. Join us. Share... more

You could say, “I love everybody.” But when it comes to loving specific individuals, like your spouse, or your father-in-law, isn’t it true that you have to know someone to love her or him? In this episode, we explore the relationship between... more
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