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Start Your Relationship Off On The Right Track!
by Toi Moore
TheSyndicatedNews columnist

Start your relationship off on the right track!
by Toi Moore

In order to start your relationship on the right track you have to learn how to take the other person's feelings into consideration.  I believe that people should treat you the way they want to be treated, no matter who they are, your husband, mother, children, family members, or friends.  If you allow someone to disrespect you, or treat you in ways you're unhappy with, they'll continue doing it and you'll continue being unhappy and upset.  So, speak your mind and eliminate stress, even if it means eliminating the person who's causing it.  
Granted happily ever after doesn't always happen, even in a marriage, but life would sure be easier if it did.  Sometimes we come home after having a bad day and take our pain or frustrations out on the person closest to us, which is normally your mate.  Now ladies, oftentimes most of our bad days are due to those PMS days.  But I've learned to give everyone around me fair warning that it is that "time of the month."  By giving fair warning, I'm advising everyone to give me the needed space and let me have my day, or two, or three, to deal with my mood swings.  Once you give fair warning, everyone is on their own.  Ladies, try to stay to yourself during those moody periods to avoid any unnecessary blow ups you may regret.
If you feel that those mood swings have given you the permission to be a bitch, you've gotten it all wrong!  Remember, you wouldn't want someone to treat you like a bitch, so don't dish out something you can't handle in return!  Remember the ole saying; "It takes one to know one!"  So, don't be one!  When you feel that you can't be nice, or treat people with kindness and respect, then be the lady I know you can be and back away, while giving yourself the necessary space to get it together.  However, if your PMS symptoms last more than a few days and become uncontrollable, you need some serious help.  So, go see a doctor and get the help you need instead of being a bitch and giving a bad rap for other women who are just having a bad day!  No one wants to put up with a bitch.  Not even you!

This excerpt is taken from celebrity author TOI MOORE'S new book, Unbreakable - A Guide to Understanding Marriage & Relationships.  This book is also written with her husband, Earth, Wind & Fire guitarist, GREGORY MOORE.  Together, this celebrity couple share their most intimate details with the world and how they've been able to keep their love lasting for over twenty years.  This book explores the female view, verses the male view.  You decide which view works for you. If you want to hear more details, you can buy their book for ONLY $14.99, with FREE shipping and handling for limited time only.  Visit their website:  Or send a check or money order to: TM Publications, PO Box 2099, Sun City, CA 92586-2099.  The couple is also available for speaking and public appearances

Published: Sep 17,2008 14:23
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