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Finally!....It's the start of a new and beautiful relationship....blogging!  I'm so excited to role out this addition to my website at Peacemaker Solutions, LLC. 

 

The purpose of this blog is to publish information, research, answer questions and post relative questions and information regarding human interaction and improvement of such. 

 

Such topics would involve conflict management and resolution, coping skills, and a variety of ways to improve communication in a variety of relationships such as the couple, marital, parental, friendly and professional relationships. 

 

Please note the DISCLAIMER: Information shared on this blog does not constitute a counseling relationship or any other personal or professional relationship with any reader, constituent or participant.  If you are in need of professional help, please consult a professional or contact me for a referral to obtain such help.

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Journaling Considerations and Guidelines

Posted on April 21, 2020 at 12:15 AM Comments comments (3)

Journaling Guidelines and Considerations 


Journaling doesn't have to be done daily, however, getting started might require doing so daily to develop a better understanding of the pattern of your thoughts and behaviors. The purpose of journaling is develop an understanding of how your brain is processing information and you have the power to gain control of your thoughts and feelings and better manage them to have different outcomes.

 

1) Write down what...

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Happy New Year!

Posted on January 2, 2018 at 11:20 AM Comments comments (772)

Happy New Year, Everyone!  


I hope that you will consider working towards having a more peaceful year by prioritizing rest, relaxation, and exercise on a more consistent basis.  The mental and physical health benefits are life changing!  Check out this article by Mental Health America detailing the highlighted benefits of incorporating more rest, relaxation, and exercise on a daiy basis.

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Mixed Messages of Love in the Family

Posted on June 9, 2017 at 5:20 PM Comments comments (2001)

Treasures from the Midst of Conflict:

How is your message of love being communicated to your spouse and children? Are you sending mixed messages? Is your love overshadowed by bitterness, complaining, criticism, disdain, lack of control, frustration, hostility, etc.? Do they have to remind themselves of your love for them despite the delivery of your correction or suggestion? Do you have to reassure or remind them that you love them because that may not have been clear in your communicat...

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What is deserving of an apology?

Posted on February 3, 2017 at 1:50 PM Comments comments (71)

Let me share something with you about APOLOGIES.

As a result of mediating conflicts with people ranging in age in the Juvenile, Magistrate, and Superior Courts of Metro Atlanta, Georgia, I've come to understand why some find it difficult to apologize after conflict has wrought havoc, especially in relationships near and far despite subsequent hurt and/or damages.

#1. Apologies are for behavior not feelings. Meaning you are entitled to your feelings, and you don't have to apologiz...

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Tending Your Marital Garden

Posted on December 7, 2016 at 12:40 AM Comments comments (91)

Your marriage is a garden that must be tended. When ignored or left unattended, you will discover weeds have grown and stunted the growth of that which you have planted; you will also find the leaves of sprouts and more have been chewed, wilted/withered, fruit will be spoiled and/or non-existent because they have been eaten by pests or stolen by rodents/varmints. You will find that you will not want to be there because of the depressed look and lack of substance from the garden. 

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