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nLove psychic Margaret Ruth can be heard Friday mornings on X96’s Radio From Hell (X96.com). Ruth will teach a tarot class at the University of Utah in February (details at MargaretRuth.com or phone 575-7103).
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Can the feeling of “falling in love” be trusted?
n“Chemistry” and “attraction” are not always the same as the feeling of “love.” You should always pay attention to your feelings—especially in cases where you have mixed feelings—because your emotions are giving you important information. You can “trust” your interpretation of your feelings if you are extremely self aware and clear. The tricky part is when feeling love starts translating into some kind of future expectation. Then all kinds of new problems/opportunities occur.

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What’s it take to have a healthy relationship?
nIt takes two healthy, happy, whole, joyful people to make one healthy, happy, whole, joyful relationship.

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What is the first mistake people make when dating?
nCaring too much about what the other person thinks of them.

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What’s the best way to improve your sex life?
nBe a happy, healthy, whole person. The rest falls into place.

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What causes the spark to die in marriage?
nThere are many, many variations on spark-loss. One frequent cause is two people have stopped appreciating each other. It is possible to rekindle if there is still love and both parties want to have a better relationship.

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What do women want from men?
nThe most attractive male body part to women is the backbone. They want to share a love and a vision of the future that feels good to both.

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What do men want from women?
nMost men want to be appreciated and loved for exactly who they are right at that point in time.

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