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This is Previous-Essay <== This-Essay ==> Following-Essay Click HERE on this line to find essays via Your-Key-Words. {Most frequent wordstarts of each essay will be put here.} ========================================================== %TRULY HEALTHY INTIMATE RELATIONSHIPS CHARACTERS+030218 %JOINT MUTUAL MANAGEMENT SELF SEX OTHER COLLUSION+030218 %ESTEEM SELF RESPECT VULNERABILITY SECURITY WORSHIP+030218 %SAFETY HEALTH INTEGRITIES INTEGRATIONS COHERENCE+030218 %PARADIGMS COSMOLOGIES MYTHOLOGIES PLEASURES HONOR+030218 %WEALTH COMMUNICATIONS COOPERATIONS, COMMUNITIES 030218 Truly healthy and intimate relationship often entail: 1. The joint/mutual management of self and other's (others'): self-esteem, self-respect, vulnerability, security, safety, health, integrities, integrations, coherences, paradigms, cosmologies, mythologies, pleasures, wealth, communications, cooperations, communities, interpretations, perceptions, discernments, understandings, respect, honor, reverence, worship. 2. Honesty about self and other (others). 3. Balance with and for self and other (others). 4. Building sanctuaries for self and other (others). 5. Cooperation with self and other (others). 6. Sharing generously with other (others). 7. Gracious receptions and hospitality. 8. Civility with all others. 9. Open and honest dialogue with others. 10. Open and honest acknowledgements of self and other's (others') limits, limitations and imperfections so as to better cooperate in dealing with them wisely and prudently. Unhealthy, domineering, and "broken" relationships often entail the absence of much which above is noted as often present in healthy and intimate relationships. Our challenge is to find/create mutually satisfying ways to bring what is regrettably absent --- back into our broken and imperfect relationships --- which are regrettably evil and/or disintegrative relationships. (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================