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A Book @...Staying Safe From Intruders,Protecting yourself from Suffe(ring)

 A Book @...Staying Safe From Intruders,Protecting yourself from Suffe(ring)

Currently working on this book ,Which is Pending Publication. This is about "Relationship" and how even sometimes highly educated people could also miss the finer points when it comes to safeguarding own life by setting boundaries.How could one prevent/stay away from  negativity when it comes to personal life /marriage life?Is it possible to identify  infiltrators! in the form of intruders in your privacy/wrong advisers/manipulators as early as possible in a marriage life by being able to manage well using those same strategies you successfully use elsewhere like workplace..?..You may like to know more about this by clicking here

Request to all my friends: I would like this proposed book to be  extremely useful for the young. So if you would like to share your views/opinions/anecdote/whatever please feel free to drop an email to:  bvprgj@bvprgj.com or prakashanbv@gmail.com


Prakashan B.V Nov 22, 2016 · #15

Thanks Everyone..

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Prakashan B.V Nov 22, 2016 · #14

@Sarah Elkins: Thanks for adding your experience .Appreciate that.

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Sarah Elkins Nov 21, 2016 · #13

This is a great lesson, @Prakashan B.V, thank you for sharing this story; I especially love the quote at the end by Debra Fileta. Early in our marriage, with a six month old baby, my husband and I moved more than 1,000 miles away from our nearest family members. It has been difficult sometimes, because I miss them and we cannot get together as often as I would like, but on the whole, I think our family has benefited from the move. We avoid minor family obligations because we live so far away, and the time we spend when we are together is appreciated immensely. Our family has created an incredible community in our little town, full of support and love, and lacking obligation. I hope your friend listens to your wise words of encouragement!

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Donna-Luisa Eversley Nov 21, 2016 · #11

Excellent advice @Prakashan B.V...a marriage has its own path. Some will cheer it on and others will cause division...be careful to protect your marriage from intruders.

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Prakashan B.V Nov 21, 2016 · #10

@Lisa Gallagher...Agree with your observations.."It is true that those who choose to be critical of others and their work are often suffering from issues of their own. Sometimes they are deflecting their own disappointment and pain by finding fault with others"

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Lisa Gallagher Nov 21, 2016 · #9

Very moving story @Prakashan B.V. What a great quote you shared with him. We had to cut ties with a few of my husband's family members. They were not happy in their own lives and they tried their best to interfere in ours for years. It's very hard to cut ties but it's also healthy and liberating if those ties are affecting your psyche and/or marriage. I hope that was helpful to your friend!

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Sushmita Thakare Jain Nov 21, 2016 · #8

A touching story @Prakashan B.V, a message which I would love to share ahead!

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