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Posted on Thu, Jun 16, 2005 01:59

You should see what she does to me.
U were lucky.



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Posted on Thu, Jun 16, 2005 01:27


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Oh....how boring! lol
You're right Bonnie, mundane daily chores have the potential of dulling and boring the 1st flushes of romance! lol
Alas, I wrote Mandalay earlier to let him know I was just funnin' with him! lol He's too young! lol Just a pup!



Little pups need a lot of TLC , grooming and training and walkin..to mature to obedient and faithful dogs..so Sharp u gonna volunteer as dog walker?




Wow! I have no problem being called immature, but man, she also called me a pup! I got double dissed in the same post! Ouch!



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Posted on Wed, Jun 15, 2005 16:51

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Oh....how boring! lol
You're right Bonnie, mundane daily chores have the potential of dulling and boring the 1st flushes of romance! lol
Alas, I wrote Mandalay earlier to let him know I was just funnin' with him! lol He's too young! lol Just a pup!



Little pups need a lot of TLC , grooming and training and walkin..to mature to obedient and faithful dogs..so Sharp u gonna volunteer as dog walker?



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Posted on Wed, Jun 15, 2005 09:44

Life is all about the mundane and the daily chores that could dull and bore the first flush of romance in all marriages over time...
but a happy loving relationship gives all these mundane chores a purpose and reason..my late husband and I just love spending time together doing the mundane and the boring..so true love is not about grand passion and elaborate gestures, it is about being together and sharing those precious moments we take for granted..every moment is a memory etched deep in our hearts..



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Posted on Wed, Jun 15, 2005 07:41

Well Sharp, I do have to go the store, pick up something for Fathers Day. Then I have to go grocery shopping, stop at the pet store, go get my registration tags for my car, take my dog to the vet for her yearly check up, etc. Does that answer your question?



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Posted on Wed, Jun 15, 2005 03:06


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the truth is COMMON SENSE IS NOT THAT COMMON..

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And boy is that the truth. It's scary to me sometimes to watch people's minds work, and the conclusions they arrive at after working so hard.


wwwww




Wow, now that we all agree on that statement, is this thread officially closed? Really, where do we go from here?



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Posted on Wed, Jun 15, 2005 02:07

finally we both agree on COMMON SENSE...that makes us pretty uncommon...lol



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Posted on Wed, Jun 15, 2005 01:30

the truth is COMMON SENSE IS NOT THAT COMMON..

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And boy is that the truth. It's scary to me sometimes to watch people's minds work, and the conclusions they arrive at after working so hard.


wwwww



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Posted on Wed, Jun 15, 2005 01:16


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BINGO! WE HAVE A WINNER!


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Agree, but like to add wisdom and common sense. It is not a exact science by any means.

Thanks "Dad" for bringing the common sense issue up. Seems that in this day and age more people are set on achieving "book smarts" than actual common sense. It's a dying trait, especially with people my age and younger.



the truth is COMMON SENSE IS NOT THAT COMMON..

and that is why problems become complex..



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Posted on Tue, Jun 14, 2005 22:20

I have tried to help a lot of people and have found that several simple visual drawings of relationships and problems are the most effective way of reaching people. A picture does seem to be worth a thousand words. -- Especially when the person is really confused.



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Posted on Tue, Jun 14, 2005 09:19

Down, Down, maayan. Be nice kitty.

hummm. I wonder what you get if you cross a tiger and a lion? I want big litters, Make fortune selling Ligers?



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Posted on Tue, Jun 14, 2005 02:32

BINGO! WE HAVE A WINNER!


5w's Wrote:

Agree, but like to add wisdom and common sense. It is not a exact science by any means.

Thanks "Dad" for bringing the common sense issue up. Seems that in this day and age more people are set on achieving "book smarts" than actual common sense. It's a dying trait, especially with people my age and younger.



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Posted on Tue, Jun 14, 2005 01:16

lololo...wwwww is now a head massager and hair stroker.!!
now he is gonna collect women's thongs and women's hair..did u know there is an old guy in Japan who trades in women's used panties and sells them under different categories..e.g. schoolgirls, nurses, stewardesses..thought I could make a fortune selling mine.
and another one sells women's hair..and a japanese lady on TV claimed that she and her daughter grow their hair every year and sell them to get money for a holiday...so maayan don't let WWWWWW touch your hair..he is into another money spinner !



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Posted on Tue, Jun 14, 2005 00:58

Bonnie ".but what makes one counsellor better than another is COMPASSION AND APPROCHABILITY"

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Agree, but like to add wisdom and common sense. It is not a exact science by any means.



Maayan, can I rub your head and stroke your hair? Should help that headache. No bongos today, I promise.



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Posted on Tue, Jun 14, 2005 00:45

maayan..kepala pusing sekali bagus tauhu! YOu are one great gal, I think u are truly more articulate when you are nursing your headache..wwwwww..don't take advantage of a poor sick girl and ..she needs lots of TLC right now..and NOT bu*tt pinching or bongoing..learn some other skills to soothe headaches if u want to win her gentle heart...lol



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Posted on Tue, Jun 14, 2005 00:39

www, Mandalay and Maayan,
YOu are all right and have your valid points, and Maayan you are even better when u have a headache..
anyway, I am NOT a professional marriage counsellor at all, it is just that because I have been a lawyer and all these friends refer their friends to me and very soon I became one ..and over the years I have sat thru lots of tearful permutations of breakups in so many countries, divorces, affairs..and painful bereaved friends..mainly because they seem to think I am a strong and compassionate person who is good at listening and solving their problems in a pragmatic way..( actually Im just a bloody busybody) ..so COMPASSION is far more important than actual experience tho having more of the latter would be of great help.. Someone who has lived life and gone thru hard times and painful times (as wwww said) will understand that situation or empathise better.. My own personal bereavement has made me now a half baked cancer expert and bereavement counsel .and I will try to be the shoulder for those who need it since helping others is also a healing process for me,..and it is great to just be there for them..so I think anyone could be a counsel but one who recognises when real expert advice is needed and being able to refer the patient to the right people or help is a very crucial agent..and I try to be that..Mayaan is right that one does not have to be a cancer victim to understand the pain, I was a cancer carer watching my own husband go thru the different painful stages and that made me more aware of their suffering and the research I made on the subject which I pass on to other sufferers have helped.
Education and knowing the appropriate info to help others help themselves is also part of the counsellor's job..but what makes one counsellor better than another is COMPASSION AND APPROCHABILITY..just like doctors who have good bedside manners..and sometimes that is an intangible gift which is not learnt but inate.



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Posted on Tue, Jun 14, 2005 00:16

Why, I haven't pinched you once, or ever played bongo on your bu. How can you say such a thing?

BTW, I noticed you are still laying on your back. What are you trying to tell us?

LMAO



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Posted on Mon, Jun 13, 2005 23:55

And I was trying my best to be nice. Where did I fail?

  


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Posted on Mon, Jun 13, 2005 23:37

Does a death grievance counselors have to have actual death experience?
I am a wonderful sex counselor, and I haven't ever had sex - that I can remember anyway. lol


Sometimes experience helps, sometimes it hurts. You can lose some of your objectivity because of your own sad experiences. After all, what could be worse than what happened to you. We are all a product of our pain and hurts and there are few who can overcome that bias when looking at someone's else and their problems.

And, having a PhD in something doesn't necessarily qualify you to do anything at all. Many people can memorize and pass tests but don't know anything about the subject. Boy, do I know a lot of those.

The best marriage advice I was ever given was advice given by my mom's neighbor, who certainly wasn't a marriage counselor. She said that "you can't plow a field with two mules hooked bu*tt to bu*tt." Does it get any better than that?



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Posted on Mon, Jun 13, 2005 18:54

Maayan, based on your arguement then, if I went back to school, attained my Phd. in Socialogy, I would then, based on that training, be qualified to solve poverty issues (even though I don't live in poverty,) solve gun control problems (even though I don't own a gun) and be able to help people understand rascism (even though I'm not a racist?)

Anyone can be trained for anything. How come all job listings ask for a certain amount of required experience? I would think the best counselors should have experience in the field they are trying to help in, no?



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