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The Benefits of Wearing Your Heart on Your Sleeve

Throughout my life, I’ve been criticized for how I approach nearly every human interaction. I don’t hold back, and I don’t hide what I want.

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From the Heart: Dealing With Grief and Loss

If there’s one thing that I can’t say enough, it is this: the key to success in any interaction is open and honest communication. It’s not just how we portray ourselves, but how we perceive others’ actions, words, desires, and needs.
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In Love in New York: My First Place in Chinatown

Your first apartment.

No one forgets what it was like– Small, large, cramped, shared, spacious, noisy, off-the-beaten-path.

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In Love in New York: First Impressions

While I was on my routine visit to Astoria Bookshop, I came across a book that grabbed my attention: In Love in New York: A Guide to the Most Romantic Destinations in the Greatest City in the World (Rizzoli) by Caitlin Leffel and Jacob Lehman.

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