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I was very interested in what this all-male panel would have to say about imbalance in relationships and they did not disappoint.
Could it be as Michael Sicuranza commented that some imbalance is to be expected and might not be a bad thing? Or is there something to Kevin Wash and Yonason Goldson's point that there is never a situation where imbalance is a good thing?
And as James Haile pointed out, the personal growth that comes from being on different life path, traveling more or working in a large corporate environment, can create imbalance in a personal relationship.
Who is responsible for noticing and re-balancing a relationship? Is that possible? How long does a relationship have to be out of balance for it to be a problem as opposed to the normal ebb and flow of life?
Is "balance" something you try to create in your relationships? How does it work?
Connect with the panelists: Michael Sicuranza: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelsicuranza/ Kevin Wash: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevin-wash-23b90915/ James W Haile Jr: https://www.linkedin.com/in/james-w-haile-jr-c-p-m-97a3b52/ Yonason Goldson: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yonason-goldson/ Dr Robyn Odegaard: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robynodegaard/
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