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Although it’s not so practical for Miami, but if you’re thinking of visiting
colder climes for a last chance at some winter fun, this one is a must-
have. Of course the designers who bring you some of the world’s fastest
cars would also be behind the ultimate sled. The Porsche Bobsleigh design
is drawn from professional racing sleds, combining speed with excellent
steering. It’s the ultimate in good, old-fashioned fun; Porsche.com.
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It happens all the time. Couples come to see me with
a sense of emptiness and disappointment that their
marriage is no longer the way it use to be. It takes a
lot of work to keep a marriage happy. Marriages go
through phases and they are tested all the time. Think
of marriage as a recipe. This recipe needs ingredients
to either spice it up a notch or sweeten it up a bit. It
all depends on the personalities of the spouses. I get
husbands looking for more attention, love or romance
and wives who need the same — but the problem is they
don’t communicate how they want the attention, love
or romance. They wait to see who makes the first move.
Time goes by and the marriage begins to fall apart; they
begin to distance themselves. Romance begins to happen
but not in the marriage. Problems escalate. That’s when
“we” come up with the ingredients they need to stay
together. I give ideas…husbands are often clueless; wives
are often hopeless. I never give up on my clients. I can
tell when a couple truly loves each other and wants to
save their marriage. Marriages can be fixed. They simply
can get unstuck by:
• Better communication
• Not sweating the small stuff
• Doing more of what brought you together
• Prioritizing marriage as #1 when in crisis
• Working as a team
• Spending more time together
• Doing more of what makes the other person happy
So if you’re ever stuck, I highly recommend you do
something about it right away. The longer you wait, the
harder it will be to repair your marriage.
› Licensed Marriage is a & Psychotherapist,
and Founder of Beraja Counseling
Center. For more than 10 years, she’s
provided guidance and counseling to
individuals, families and couples. She’s
also a Florida Supreme Court Family
Mediator & Parenting Coordinator. For
more, call 305.858.7763 or visit BerajaCounseling.com.
“I try to give to the poor
people for love what the
rich could get for money.
No, I wouldn’t touch a leper
for a thousand pounds; yet I
willingly cure him
for the love of God.”
— Mother Teresa
24 Spell Check!
Commas that serve no actual
grammatical purpose, but make
whatever you’re saying sound
extremely dramatic. Sort of, the way,
William Shatner delivers all of his,
lines in every episode of Star Trek.
Proud of your lighting-fast texting
abilities? Careful — built-in spelling
correctors in many smart phones will
happily swap your words up, with
potentially awkward results. Crotch
for couch, anyone?
The most commonly misspelled word
in the English language is “separate,”
according to a recent study, thanks to
writers frequently switching the first
“a” for an “e” Next on the list was the