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It's important for your relationship that you do not treat your mate's PROBLEM as more important than your mate, no matter what the nature of the problem is. Problems are to be dealt with, but don't make the mistake of thinking that the problems ARE your husband or your wife. Your loved one is bigger than the problem. You can assist your mate in avoiding inappropriate behavior as long as you communicate that you love him or her more than the issue or concern.

John-Roger, DSS
Instead of the romantic version of a marriage being two people head over heels in love with each other, staring blissfully into each other's eyes, I suggest a greater reality: two people looking in the same direction -- not at each other -- sharing a life path that can enrich and support both.

John-Roger, DSS
People who are working closely with one another (as a family, as business partners, as friends, etc.) have a certain responsibility to one another. That responsibility is basically that they work together for the highest good of the group, that they are willing to cooperate with one another to bring about the highest good, and that they keep love present -- all the time.

John-Roger, DSS
There are several ways to resolve or clear a situation. The best way, if you can do it, is to go to the person with whom you experienced the conflict and clear it consciously. So instead of an uneasy relationship, it's now one of harmony and respect. You can release all the tension from your consciousness and be free.

John-Roger, DSS

November 30, -0001

When you're having a conflict with someone or some situation, rather than take the attitude, I'm right and they're wrong, you might ask yourself, what are my perceptions that are not allowing me to understand? What biases might I have? If you have the opportunity to delve into the situation, you can participate and communicate toward understanding.

John Morton, DSS
It's very important to have love in the family. The family is the foundation of society. Love is the foundation of the family. God is the foundation of love.

John-Roger, DSS
"I love you. God bless you. I love you. God bless you." These words will work. You don't always have to be silent about it, either. If you are feeling a special love for your spouse or your children or your parents, these words are often the nicest things in the world to say. They only take a second; they can change the world.

John-Roger, DSS
If you want a successful relationship, you might learn how to discipline the mind so that it holds a focus on what you want, rather than react to mental constructs that may not have much to do with your heart.

John-Roger, DSS
Marriag-ing, a sharing of what is, with acceptance and loving, is an ongoing action that can be rich, rewarding, and one of the most deeply satisfying relationships you can have on this physical planet. Constantly make the choices that allow both you and your partner to win. That way, there is no better or worse. There just is.

John-Roger, DSS
Spiritual Warriors are people -- men and women -- who confidently make choices about where to focus their internal attention, even when the external realities of their everyday lives are chaotic, troublesome, or just plain annoying.

John-Roger, DSS