There are many so-called rules and Natalie Lue, author of the popular self-help blog, Baggage Reclaim, explains why these don't work, instead offering universal principles that apply in every mutually fulfilling loving relationship.
'Love, care, trust and respect are the cornerstones of every loving relationship.' In the quest to love and be loved, it can feel as if you've tried it every which way and yet, nothing is ever enough, leaving you wondering, 'What's wrong with me?' or lamenting your emotional baggage. How can you 'get' love, care, trust and respect when you don't know what it is or you don't believe that you can or will receive it? Love, Care, Trust & Respect is a guide to the vital ingredients of loving relationships. There are many so-called rules and Natalie Lue, author of the popular self-help blog, Baggage Reclaim, explains why these don't work, instead offering universal principles that apply in every mutually fulfilling loving relationship. Discover: The five landmarks of healthy relationships The four essential qualities for a loving partner The key relationship blocks, why they cause pain, fear and guilt, and how to dissolve them The purpose of your relationships and how to recognise and practise love, care, trust and respect NEVER SETTLE FOR CRUMBS AGAIN
... adults (what a concept) and productivity skyrocketed. Ricardo Semler
understood the concept of ownership. He demonstrated care, trust, and respect.
The return on investment was abundance beyond all of their wildest dreams. Love of Self ...
Author: Dr. Maria Church
Category: Business & Economics
“Love? You can’t write about love; no one would understand it. People will be confused by the word love.” Maria heard those words repeatedly as she interviewed professors for her dissertation committee. Well – she did write about love, and we are glad she did! In this small book, Maria presents a big model of leadership – a Love-Based Leadership model. She takes the reader on a self-discovery journey as she presents a very simple, yet profound way to lead. Based on love of Self, love of Source, and love of Others, Maria’s message is sprinkled with humor, music, and inspiration. She’s igniting a movement, a love-based leadership movement, and has invited you along. Let’s get rockin’!
... relationship characterized by love, confidence, harmony and trust – the same
virtues that characterize the relationship ... hardness of heart, childlessness and a
lack of empathy, sympathy, love, care, trust, respect and commitment mean that ...
Publisher: Zondervan Academic
The Africa Bible Commentary is a unique publishing event—the first one-volume Bible commentary produced in Africa by African theologians to meet the needs of African pastors, students, and lay leaders. Interpreting and applying the Bible in the light of African culture and realities, it furnishes powerful and relevant insights into the biblical text that transcend Africa in their significance. The Africa Bible Commentary gives a section-by-section interpretation that provides a contextual, readable, affordable, and immensely useful guide to the entire Bible. Readers around the world will benefit from and appreciate the commentary’s fresh insights and direct style that engage both heart and mind. Key features: · Produced by African biblical scholars, in Africa, for Africa—and for the world · Section-by-section interpretive commentary and application · More than 70 special articles dealing with topics of key importance in to ministry in Africa today, but that have global implications · 70 African contributors from both English- and French-speaking countries · Transcends the African context with insights into the biblical text and the Christian faith for readers worldwide
However , this relationship is not only experienced as one of love , care , trust , respect , acceptance and security , but also as a relationship of authority , since
the mother ( as parent ) also sets limits , lays down norms and expects
It also offers a chance to grow, mature, validate opinions, and understand the
concepts of love, care, trust, respect, and kindness (Varma & Mathur, 2015).
While healthy romantic relationships have many potential benefits for youth,
Author: Christina L. Scott
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
Category: Social Science
This multidisciplinary volume provides a unique and truly global collection of research on the nature of dating, mating, and coupling, as they occur across a variety of cultures in dynamically shifting societies.
Trust. and. Respect. Love can mean many things to many people It can mean a
romantic dinner, caring For each other when sick, a night oF passion, or just
staring at the sunset together. What does the word love mean to you? The basis
Author: Robyn Besemann
Publisher: WestBow Press
Chained No More is a curriculum which includes a Leader Guide AND a Participant Book (sold separately) “Chained No More is a program that will minister healing and hope to anyone who has been touched by the pain of divorce. Robyn Besemann has developed biblically based materials that provide a framework for personal growth, a tool for helping others, and a step-by-step grid that produces transformational results. Every church needs this program and I highly recommend this ministry.” – Carol Kent, Speaker and Author “For years we have touted that children are resilient. Now we are finding that adult children of divorce were not so resilient after all. Many struggle with heavy issues that have been carried over into their adult lives.From exploring the chain of grief that has held adult children of divorce bound to their childhoods to healing through Jesus Christ, Robyn has done a phenomenal job of helping adult children of divorce release the links in their chain that have held them captive for years.” – Linda Ranson Jacobs, Creator and Developer of DivorceCare for Kids “Chained No More will help you break free and find healing for the hurt you’ve experienced. If you are the adult child of divorced parents, dive into this material, and with God’s help, find hope for the future while building a foundation for successful relationships in your life.” – Steve Grissom, Founder of DivorceCare/Church Initiative
It is because of love , affection , mutual trust , respect and support that members
of a joint family gain from each other that the ... Where this mutual relationship of love , care , trust and support goes , the parents cannot be forced to keep a son or
Mothers, also tell yourself, “This is my daughter that I love, care, trust, respect,
protect.” Parents, on the other hand, what make some people go from good to
bad. The same thing goes for the daughters, for example; how can you put your
Author: Irma Walker
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Category: Family & Relationships
My name is Irma Walker born on April 21, 1957 at Sharkey County, Mississippi. My Maiden is Irma Mae Rodgers. I come from a big family, and I am the eighth child out of fifteen children. So you can imagine how my life has been. I became a mother before my time, because my mother needed my help. For instance, when you have a lot of sisters and brothers in the family, one person cant do it all. So my job was to help my mother and do what she told me to do. Thats how I got my first experience of becoming a parent at a young age. As the year passed, I learned more about responsibilities and how to be a responsible parent. May 18, 1972, I was a young single mother with very little education living with my mother. My mother was having a hard time herself trying to support me and my siblings. My childhood was taken from me because I became a young mother before my time, with some guidance in my life. Back in those days, parents were struggling themselves. I had a set-back in my life, but I didnt give up. I believe in myself, and my children. I got my first job at the age of sixteen, so I can support my child. Im so thankful that my mother didnt put me out on the streets. I worked and went to school at night. For a long time, I tried to get my G.E.D. but it was hard for me to continue. I had no experience in raising children but I made a difference in my life. I achieved some of my goals, now I am a writer. My life inspired me to write this story, It Starts with the Parents.
Love. Life is rough with so many changes and challenges, so many thoughts and
so many mouths full of words Trust your ... laugh until your tummy hurts Let's build
a world full of love, trust and respect for all I do not care what others say, as I ...
Author: Bobby Bansal
Poetry book helps people find identity and heal. Unless you do not know who you are, you cannot make a difference in your life and in this world. With the turmoil, chaos and uncertainty in our world, it becomes a challenge to stay positive in thought and deed. If you are looking to heal your life and make your life more positive, this book can help you in many ways. The divinely guided poems in this book serve as an inspirational and artistic guide to explore your spirituality and bring forth new awareness to discover your true self. Each poem will cause a pause within you and move you to incorporate their messages into your daily life.
Lack of respect (and of trust) makes it very difficult for the parents to take care of
their children as they should. ... morally good family: indeed, such a family,
besides being blessed with mutual love and caring, trust and unqualified loyalty,
Author: Haig Khatchadourian
Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated
"Community and Communitarianism" presents - and defends in detail - a care-centered ideal of a good and moral community: a form of social organization imbued with the virtues of a care-centered ethic, such as cooperation (in -teleological communities, - cooperation in the realization of communal goals); mutual concern and solidarity; sympathy and empathy; benevolence; a spirit of sacrifice; and affection, love, and caring. It is argued that a care-centered ethic, hence a care-centered community, needs to be constrained and fortified by equal respect for the participants' basic human right to be treated as moral subjects, together with fair and just treatment. Besides contributing to social philosophy, the book contributes significantly to ethics."
I am honored you chose me to trust in your love. ... I promise to love, honor,
cherish, respect, submit and care for you in sickness and in health, for richer for
poorer, for better for worse and forsaking all others, keeping myself pure only to
you till ...
Author: Jacquetta Wyse
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Kenitra McKenzie lives in Austin with her husband, Caleb and their five year old son, Seth. She is an active member of her church along with her devoted husband and life was a blessed one, but there looms a darkness in the form of Calebs best friend Dalton Anders. He has resents her ever since she met Caleb in college and even more when their relationship blossoms into marriage. He goes out of his way to undermine their marriage in anyway possible and despite the many chances Caleb gives him to make amends, but it didnt seem to do any good. Caleb is forced to end his longtime friendship with Dalton for the sake of his marriage and to shield his son from the godly behavior Dalton portrays in view of his son. The decision Caleb makes didnt set too well with Dalton and vows in his heart to somehow get even with the woman who destroyed his friendship with Caleb, but first he had to make it appear he no longer has any resentment toward Kenitra. It is during Seths sixth birthday party that he arranges an air show to set his revenge in motion. Kenitra is devastated when Dalton maliciously murders her beloved husband and his supposedly godson in front of her. He looks at her without any remorse and leaves her for dead after shooting her, but his brutal attempt to kill her fails. He is convicted of murder as well as attempted murder. Kenitra tries to put the pieces of her shattered life back together, but it is nearly impossible when her mother in law constantly blames her for their deaths when they were her life. She began to blame God for all that has happened since He is big enough to have stopped it from ever happening in the first place. Her best friend, Stephanie, who is also Calebs sister, only reminds her of what didnt have any longer. She feels like she has nothing left after this tragedy and turns her back on Most High God and runs from everything that reminds her of the life she once had. Kenitra didnt care about anything or anyone after that and traveled from one place to another till she settles in England. She lives there for years before being led to move to Kennebunk Beach, ME where she meets a teenager named Mercedes Branden after converting an abandoned bar into a health food caf. Mercedes lands a job working for her and introduces her brother the first day of her new job. Philip, a pastor, is immediately drawn to her and soon discovers Kenitra is agnostic and doesnt believe in God, but has no idea she would later become the woman of his dream. Kenitra didnt have any intentions of falling for anyone especially someone like Philip since she resents his religious beliefs, but in time her feelings for him changes and much to her surprise she marries Philip 18 months later. The moral is love does heal a broken heart when God is doing the healing so trust Him with all of your problems because He has the answers.
Friendship and Love . In many ways friendship and love are similar . In one of the
earliest systematic analyses of liking and loving , Rubin ( 1973 ) found that both
involve respect , attraction , affection , need , care , trust , and tolerance .
His students have shared that they respect him for it, and they appreciate how he
has been able to work within a mainstream structure and practice a
transformative ... We believe in love, trust, respect, care, compassion, and
Author: Carlo Ricci
This book illuminates what must always be at the heart of powerful schooling and authentic learning. Its focus is on free learning, with an emphasis on early East Asian thought as a vehicle through which learning may emerge. The volume describes learning as helping the learner become more conscious, more aware. As such the authors explain how quality learning encompasses all learning that is chosen by the learner. It is non-judgmental and their idea is that if learning is done by choice then direct harm will be mitigated because quality, willed learning is not just about the individual, but includes others — it is community focused as well as self-determined. In the first part of the volume the authors look specifically at how quality willed learning can inform the state and how it can protect the rights of children. The second part looks at what quality willed learning can mean to leaders. In the last part the authors look at what it can mean for teachers and finally what it can mean for the learners themselves.
Whether sexual, parental, religious, or “love of the world,” scholars are now
exploring love without translating it into other terms (such as labor, care,
commitment, trust, respect, desire, or romance). Besides in feminist theory and
gender studies, ...
Author: Anna G. Jónasdóttir
Category: Social Science
This unique, timely book of original essays sets the stage for a new materialist feminist debate on the analysis, ethics and politics of love. The contributors raise questions about social power and domination, situating their research in a materialist feminist perspective that investigates love historically, in order to understand changing ideologies, representations and practices. The essays range from studies of particular representations and examples of love - feminist translation, mass media images and internet love blogs - to feminist theories of love and marriage, to ethical and political theories describing, critiquing or advocating the use of love in groups as a radical force. They break new ground in bringing together questions of gendered interests in love, temporal dimensions of loving practices and the politics of love in radical transformations of society.
It exists solely because there are strong feelings of mutual affection , love , care , trust and respect . Above all , it is the intrinsic values of a human being that made
a relationship rather than the material aspect of life that forms a relationship .
He inserted “ LOVE ” in the center of the foundation row ( along with Caring , Trust , Integrity and Respect ) . In a front - page announcement via an AT & T
Consumer Products newsletter reaching 13,000 people , Ken said : Using love in
Author: John Renesch
Chapter One of this exciting and timely anthology deals head-on with the debate about whether there's a place for spiritual values in the workplace.
Trust is intimately linked to the quality and degree of free expression of who we
are in a relationship. We have to trust people to care about us. To understand
and respect us, to be honest and loyal, and to not take advantage of our
Author: C. Taylor
Category: Family & Relationships
WHEN LOVE IS BY CHOICE INSTEAD OF CHANCE When Love Is By Choice Instead Of Chance takes a fresh look at relationships between lovers and spouses, and parents and children. We are shown the difference between the strength of making choices, and the weakness of leaving what we value up to chance. It encourages opening our hearts and minds to a fuller expression of potential for understanding, intimacy, caring, and love. It shows that taking relationship needs for granted is a sure way of promising that those needs may never be fulfilled. Author C. Anthony Taylor introduces us to constructive-acceptance, constructive-compromise, primary-relationship, primary-affection, affection-deficit, and the acronym S.E.L.F. Taylor also simplifies the meaning of self-love. There is a real need in society for a deeper respect and responsibility toward relationships. When Love Is By Choice Instead Of Chance offers us a reason to take a deeper look at who we ourselves and those we relate to are. It is, in the quintessential meaning of the word, dynamite, in a small package.
You can then tune into your values around trust, respect, care, fairness, and
integrity, and base your actions on your values rather than your urges. In doing
this consistently, you reap a double reward. Not only do you show your partner
he can ...
Author: Russ Harris
Publisher: New Harbinger Publications
Category: Family & Relationships
Popular myths about love set us up for a struggle with real life. The inconvenient truth is there's no such thing as a perfect partner, all couples fight, and feelings of love come and go like the weather. But that doesn't mean you can't have a joyful and romantic relationship. Through a simple program based on the revolutionary new mindfulness-based acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), you can learn to handle painful thoughts and feelings more effectively and engage fully in the process of living and loving together. With your partner or alone, ACT with Love will teach you how to:•Let go of conflict, open up, and live fully in the present•Use mindfulness to increase intimacy, connection, and understanding•Resolve painful conflicts and reconcile long-standing differences•Act on your values to build a rich and meaningful relationship
In one of the first important scientific studies of love, Zick Rubin (1973) found that
the emotion of like and the emotion of love both contain the components of respect, attraction, affection, need, care, trust, and tolerance. However, the
emotion of ...
... what little she'd had, but required the emotional component of trust and respect
, affection and acceptance to support it. ... Heather lacked the ambition anyhow,
because she couldn't imagine taking care of her mom, working to pay for college,