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Humans are made for relationships. We have a common and basic need for acceptance, approval and love. Yet men and women can have diverse preferences for expressing and receiving these core desires that connect us. So often we build distance in our relationships by failing to appreciate the others' needs and what makes them feel value and fulfillment. Below are common mistakes men and women make and suggestions for improving and enriching your relationships.Susan Gillpatrick, Centerstone Crisis Management Specialist, primaril... More >>>
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Publisher:  PUA Media Library
Category:   Marriage
Author:      Susan Gillpatrick
Format:      eBook
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Humans are made for relationships. We have a common and basic need for acceptance, approval and love. Yet men and women can have diverse preferences for expressing and receiving these core desires that connect us. So often we build distance in our relationships by failing to appreciate the others' needs and what makes them feel value and fulfillment. Below are common mistakes men and women make and suggestions for improving and enriching your relationships.

Susan Gillpatrick, Centerstone Crisis Management Specialist, primarily works in the field with clients in critical incident response situations, and in Centerstone's wellness trainings and presentations. She is also responsible for planning and implementing marketing and growth strategies for Centerstone's Crisis Management Strategies. In recent years, Ms. Gillpatrick worked for the Shelby County Government Victims Assistance Center in Memphis. There, she co-developed a model program for the state of Tennessee entitled, "Homicide Response." Her work in this area received the 2000 Achievement Award from the National Association of Counties.