Relationships Unlimited is an SEO, website publisher, and internet marketing company that helps local businesses gain an online presence through search engine optimization and lead generation methods. We target websites that are relevant to what interests the majority of people such as fitness, health, relationships, emergency preparation, investment, beauty, pets, and recreation.
Our business looks to provide relevant content in various niches on the internet and also provide resources to website visitors through affiliate partners. Developing meaningful and positive relationships is a very important part of our business strategy.
The initial thinking regarding relationships began with the owner writing a passionate book on practical morality, in which he mapped out a system to help develop core personal virtues by making acts of atonement whenever we fail other people. He was not concerned to argue the merits of his system against other forms of morality, but aimed to convince by the clarity of his system and the wealth of illustrations he provides for different stages of personal development.
The rational approach
Jay Krunszyinsky was a Psychiatric Rehabilitation Counselor and Abuse Investigator for the state of Pennsylvania. His core approach to moral issues is broadly that described as 'virtue ethics,' that is, consideration of the chief virtues which contribute to a fulfilled and purposed life. For Jay, as for Aristotle, the foundation of virtuous living is actually reason or rationality - Jay is very concerned to help people achieve clear-headed and balanced awareness of themselves and their situations.
Jay has clearly brought great insight to helping children and adults face profound scarring and damage, and find ways of healing. The background provides the wealth of examples he gives of 'irrationality', from depression and negative inner messages to trauma, co-dependency, child abuse and family violence. The reader may be surprised by the dramatic aspect of many of Jay's examples - I was. But I first read I'm Sorry some months back, and couldn't review it at the time. However I read it again just after the Beslan school massacre in Russia, and I hope someone like Jay is alongside the hundreds of families there.
Jay has developed a thorough system for schools to use in order to "define behavioral expectations and allow children to evaluate their successes and problems." teachers and parents will find this a valuable tool to reflect on, either applying it or measuring their own methods alongside it.