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Healing For Broken Relationships

Sometimes relationships end painfully. It may be a lost love, the end of a marriage or a friendship.

We may spend many moments of our life, turning over and over in our mind what went wrong. 478 more words


The Way We Were

Opposites attract as Barbra Streisand as Katie Morosky, a fierce, militant Marxist student who is very vocal in her political views on the ongoing Spanish Civil War and Robert Redford as Hubbell Gardiner, a stereotypical athletic, privileged, apolitical, popular student find each other shortly after graduating University near the end of the Second World War. 235 more words


Review : The Way We Were - When Relationships Fail But Not For Lack of Love

Remember when I wrote that post about the ‘Katy Girl’? Well over the festive season I finally got around to watching the movie that gave inspiration to the term in the first place. 660 more words


The Way We Were (a story)

Welcome to my Christmas stories. Some will be heartfelt, some will be sappy, and some will hopefully make you chuckle, but all will glow with the warmth of the season.

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Keep it Brief

“If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough”

Albert Einstein

The above quote by Einstein is a favourite


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Men Who Prefer Basiques to Complicatos.

We all know the archetype: there are the simple girls and the Katie girls, per Carrie Bradshaw’s stark, The Way We Were-based assessment. The Katies (Barbra Streisand, in all her Marxist Jew glory) are the ones “men” deem too “interesting” a.k.a. 144 more words