What Do You Love Me For?

What Do You Love Me For?



Sometimes, in a cosy moment, one lover might ask another: What do you love me for? It’s a moment of huge and philosophical importance: what is a good answer to this complicated question? There are a range of things one should never say – and one or two that will stand the best chance of cementing love.
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“Sometimes, and it often happens in bed, we face an acute test at the hands of a lover to whom we have pledged our affections. We are asked, with little warning, and in a serious tone: ‘What do you love me for?’
Few moments in a relationship can be as philosophical as this – or as dangerous. A good answer has the power to confirm and enhance the union; a bad one could blow it apart. As we try to make headway, we immediately recognise that we can’t simply say ‘everything’. We’re being asked to make choices – and our love will be deemed sincere to the extent that the choices feel accurate to their recipients…”

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What Do You Love Me For?



Sometimes, in a cosy moment, one lover might ask another: What do you love me for? It’s a moment of huge and philosophical importance: what is a good answer to this complicated question? There are a range of things one should never say – and one or two that will stand the best chance of cementing love.
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“Sometimes, and it often happens in bed, we face an acute test at the hands of a lover to whom we have pledged our affections. We are asked, with little warning, and in a serious tone: ‘What do you love me for?’
Few moments in a relationship can be as philosophical as this – or as dangerous. A good answer has the power to confirm and enhance the union; a bad one could blow it apart. As we try to make headway, we immediately recognise that we can’t simply say ‘everything’. We’re being asked to make choices – and our love will be deemed sincere to the extent that the choices feel accurate to their recipients…”

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Goal Setting in Recovery Envisioning a Rich and Meaningful Life

Goal Setting in Recovery Envisioning a Rich and Meaningful Life



Learn about goal setting, relapse prevention and recovery planning using acceptance and commitment therapy tools.

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The Importance of Dancing like an Idiot

The Importance of Dancing like an Idiot



Dancing is one of the most releasing and necessary of all activities – but we too frequently hold back from the worry that we ‘can’t dance.’ This film usefully reminds us that there’s no such thing as not being able to dance, that the whole point is to move about wildly without shame – and that in doing so, we connect with others and with important forgotten bits of ourselves.
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“One of the strangest but also most intriguing and redemptive things that humans get up to, in almost any culture one cares to study, is occasionally to gather in large groups, bathe in the rhythmic sounds of drums and flutes, organs and guitars, chants and cries, and move their arms and legs about in complicated and frenzied ways, losing themselves in the bewilderment of a dance. Dancing has a claim to be considered among the most essential and salutary activities we ever partake in. Not for nothing did Nietzsche, a painfully inhibited figure in day to day life, declare ‘I would believe only in a God who could dance’ (a comment that stands beside his equally apodictic pronouncement: ‘Without music, life would be a mistake.’)…”

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