Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Genworth Financial released a survey that looks at how, why and to whom we make, keep and break promises. According to the survey, the number one reason Americans aim to keep a promise is to keep their word. It also appears that people are highly motivated by family priorities. Sixty percent of U.S. adults reported they keep promises to satisfy a loved one, and 59 percent to show they care. When it came to delivering on their promises, more than half of those who have ever made a promise, 65 percent, gave themselves an “A” in keeping promises. Read the rest of this entry »
Archive for February, 2011
In a recent conversation I overheard, two men were at odds as to why partnerships dissolve. One thought money and sex were clearly the culprits while the other felt strongly that lack of respect was the driving issue.
Each used examples to support his case – Read the rest of this entry »