Hello, Love
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Hello, Love

How Taking No for an Answer Can Build Intimacy

Nobody likes the word no. But what if it turned out to be a helpful word in your relationship?

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By Amy Eden Jollymore

A lot of men are surprised when they hear that a boundary is more meaningful than a simple form of “no.” A boundary — -a line between what’s OK for another person and what isn’t OK…

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Love changes us. Love makes us human.

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