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1. Dealing with a partner who has a dismissive avoidant attachment style
A small proportion of the population has what is commonly referred to by psychologists as a dismissive avoidant attachment style. Due to the experiences of their childhood they tend to see relationships with others as painful and troubling, causing them to become highly self-reliant and dismissiv...
2. How to create microclimates in your garden
Relationships & Family - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 15:02:19
Every plant and animal has adapted to a specific range of environmental conditions. If we understand these conditions we can create them in our gardens using simple garden design techniques. This enables us to grow a greater range of plants that will be healthier and require less maintenance.
3. Growing Asian Herbs and Vegetables
Home & Garden - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 23:22:18
Anyone who's visited the markets of India, Japan or South East Asia will know the feeling of intrigue and excitement you experience when you pass by the vegetable sellers with their beautiful spreads of herbs and vegetables. The good news is that many of these vegetables are now widely available ...
4. How to take better photos of people
Home & Garden - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 23:16:32
One of my hobbies is taking photos of people. The challenge of capturing the personality and emotional complexity of a person in an image is endlessly fascinating, and one I never tire of. Especially as it combines so well with that other passion of mine: travel!
My favourite aspect of photograp...
5. Using astrology to improve your relationship
Arts & Design - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 23:22:23
Theres a lot of astrology websites out there claiming to be able to tell you whether you and your partner are compatible. I take a slightly different view. To me, whether it lasts six months or sixty years, a relationship is a success if you grow from it, if you come out of it stronger and more e...
Relationships & Family - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 23:21:30
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