Picking FruitBy Dr. Richard Boyum
I suggest to a client that picking fruit in a store involves some specific skill. While most fruit initially looks the same, by carefully choosing a fruit, you can pick one that does not spoil. I suggest that the same technique can be used in relationships. While initially all relationships look the same on the surface, by closer observations, you can begin to identify those relationships that have characteristics predisposed into failure. We then work on identifying those factors, so then individuals can make better choices.