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When You or Your Spouse Desire More Space - About.com Marriage
Saying you need some space doesn't necessarily mean you want out of your marriage.If you want time alone, communicate this fact to your spouse.
What Do You Want From Your Marriage? - About.com Marriage
We've written about emotional needs and what wives and husbands often want from their spouses. We'd like to hear from you what you want from your spouse ...
Things Men Want From Their Wives - About.com Marriage
What many men want from their wives is usually sex. ... Most everyone has a desire for some quiet time alone, and time to re-energize, regroup, and reconnect .
Buddhist Teachings About Greed and Desire - Buddhism - About.com
I've noticed that many English translations of the old Pali and Sanskrit texts use the words "greed" and "desire" interchangeably, and I want to come back to that ...
Expressions of Desire - Japanese Language - About.com
There are two ways to express a desire or wish. When what one desires requires a noun (I want a car, I want money etc.) "hoshii (to want)" is used. The object of ...
Debate regarding motivation: Desires are the root of all unhappiness.
For those who may say: Yes, but the majority of people have too many desires, causing them to want and be unhappy when they don't get.
Five Factors Every Employee Wants From Work - Human Resources
What do employees want from work? There are five factors that must be present in your workplace for your employees to be happy and motivated at work.
Attachment - Buddhism - About.com
People go through life running toward what they desire and away from what they ... The ideal is equanimity, free from the compulsion to chase what we want and ...
Do You Want to Be Invisible? - Social Anxiety Disorder - About.com
Aug 4, 2013 ... Although your desire to be invisible is probably pretty strong, would that really solve ... All of your needs, wants and desires would go ignored.
"If You Want Peace, Prepare for War" (Latin Expression)
Answer: The original Latin of the expression "if you want peace, prepare for war" comes from "Epitoma Rei Militaris," by Vegetius (Publius Flavius Vegetius ...
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