Mutually Inclusive

by GuyBlews on February 24, 2011

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Relationship-Expert-Guy-Blews MUTUALLY INCLUSIVE

Relationship Expert Guy Blews on being MUTUALLY INCLUSIVE:

Why is it that the hippy vegan can’t drive well?

Why is it that the computer geek can’t converse well?

Why can’t organic people be mechanical too?

Why can’t mechanical people be organic?

- Is it too much to ask that people have a sense of balance?

- Is it too much to ask that people are aware of the other sides of life as well?

Once again we come back to the question of balance:

There is no point being rich if you are unhealthy.

There is no point being zen if you have no money.

There is no point being physically perfect if you are an emotional mess.

Without balance we have nothing because imbalance leads to discomfort.

- If you are not healthy you are uncomfortable.

- If you have no money you are anxious.

- If you have no sense of peace you are a drama queen.

And so, back to being MUTUALLY INCLUSIVE -

I know not everybody can be good at everything…

But could we not at least attempt to be aware of our strengths and weaknesses?

Could we not at least realize that money does not buy health – and then work a little less to enjoy a little more?

Could we not at least be aware that we might need to exercise if we are fat  - and then do it?

Could we not at least attempt to learn from our mistakes and stop the verbal vomit of the drama queen so we are more pleasurable to be around?

- Is it too much to ask that the bad driver might pull over and get out of the way?

- Is it too much to ask that the computer geek might be able to attempt an interesting conversation once in a while?

- Is it too much to ask that our desperate uptight nightmare friends were told to shut up once in a while?

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Relationship-Expert-Guy-Blews MUTUALLY INCLUSIVE

Sorry to point out the truth, but until we are made aware of the imbalance we cannot be expected to do anything about it…

So – here we go with MUTUALLY INCLUSIVE:

If you are weak in the driving area, be aware of the annoyance you cause others – pull over and let them pass you.

If you are weak in the conversation area, realize that conversation is a skill you have to work at – think before you join in and make sure to think originally, but don’t just sit there silently looking uncomfortable.

If you are weak in the fitness area, do something good for yourself and good for those that have to look at, touch or smell you – exercise… and then shower.

Life should be MUTUALLY INCLUSIVE.

Your life should be MUTUALLY INCLUSIVE.

If you refuse to be MUTUALLY INCLUSIVE then you are making excuses.

Be unique – have the ability to earn money, stand alone, make conversation, spend time with your kids, be fit and eat healthy.

Be balanced.

Be aware.

Be better than you are now – no matter how good you think you are.

If you won’t do it for you – do it for someone else.

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Guy Blews is a Relationship Advice and Dating Advice Expert that offers One-On-One Coaching. He is the author of Marriage & How To Avoid It, Realistic Relationships and Less Things More Love which are available at his website (www.RealisticRelationships.com) for $9.99. He has been an energetic host and an interestingly controversial guest on numerous television and radio shows throughout the world.

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