Category Archives: Risk

Balancing Desire and Reason

I’ve said this before – we don’t seem to like moderation or balance.  I don’t know if it is humans in general or something specific to our society. Whether it is diets or medical treatments or even politics we want … Continue reading

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When Being Nice Really Isn’t

(Note – The following post is written from a heterosexual perspective.  I suspect that at least some of the concepts apply to non-heterosexual couples as well.  However, because I have only dealt with these concepts in heterosexual couples I have … Continue reading

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What are we waiting for?

I saw this image on a blog the other day.  I read it and it felt like it slapped me in the face.  It seems like such an obvious concept.  We spend our days “being careful” and not exposing ourselves … Continue reading

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