Mon, 8 September 2014
Stop on a dime and change directions. This is a skill for improv on stage, and has great application in relationships.
Mike Fedel is a professional performer, with a background in comparative philosophy. he has ADHD.
Focuses on the values of:
An example of Mike and his Wife - Planning a vacation to Chicago
Solving disagreements by
Words Matter. Would you mind asking us, instead of telling us? Thank you, we really appreciate it.
Try this when you want to get your spouse ...
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