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Balancing the 3 Relationships

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The following are some fundamental premises that form the foundation for understanding what I believe to be God’s definition of balance. First, God exists. Second, there are innate rewards in honestly seeking God. Third, God is true love and its only origination. Fourth, true love enables us to properly value God and desire to honor […]

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Having Balance.

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All things in moderation; the key to applying it well lies in a useful understanding of the adage.  All things does not mean all things, but instead carries a qualitative meaning—all things possessing some degree of usefulness, while possessing no property of significant harm.  For example, no reasonable person would suggest that some amount of […]

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Bipolar II Disorder

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Even Keeled: A Practical Approach to Living with Someone with Bipolar II Disorder by: Philip Neal  Principles are usually simple enough to understand, though applying them can be challenging. They are fundamental, thus universally applicable. Psychological principles are supremely attractive in that they provide a solid foundation from which to increase understanding of human behavior. […]

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