How Dating Has Changed PODCAST

PODCAST SCRIPT Hi and welcome to today’s podcast! This is Clean Up Dallas with Culture and Kindness. Today is May 14, 2020 and today’s podcast is on How Dating Has Changed. This month’s theme is on “May I” which goes well with dating. This week we’re discussing dating, the history of dating, how dating has…

Reaching Higher: What’s to Lose?

Winning and losing is part of life. It takes practice and hard work. Taking a leap for a higher standard with respect and kindness is sure to score. Here are a few approaches to winning: One way is that a person can play determined to achieve a desired goal. Affixed on the goal, winning can…

Introspect on Respect

Respect. A word that is fought for or attempted to be reclaimed when lost. It crosses a line which each of us has where dishonor begins and loss of human value. Many times it can be overcome brushed aside, but disrespectfulness can add up, crossing even into attacking human dignity. Some people allow external factors…

Lovin’ Butter

Oooh…where are your margins when it comes to lovin’ butter, or are you already an expert at spreading love generously? The desire to be loved is part of human nature. It can be felt in varying degrees by the people we interact with in our lives. To love is what we all have the capability…

Rolling Out Rude. Rebutting Rudeness.

Flippant comments, rude gestures and actions, mudslinging, and other communication that can’t be humanely understood. Rudeness diminishes and demeans. It devalues the other person through intimidation, threatens, and humiliates. A person is unconsciously seeking control over another person by being rude. Instead of the ‘namaste’ of each person bowing to another person with dignity and…

O’Relentless

That someone might Relent Cease thee Relentless For the Rent to not be less But for to Lent a hand for life To let Re-sume And relentlessly re-le, re-le, re-le Not of course to take, Oh Relent, O’Relentless! Love poetry? Search for these online… The Poetry of Emily Dickinson: Slip-cased Editionby Emily Dickinson I Heard…

It’s Sensitive Man

Q & A of Making Sense of the Sensitive   Q: I am concerned about a stranger, and want to help, but I am not sure of the best way to approach the person to find out how I can help. What do you suggest? A: There is a difference between prying and sincerely wanting…