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While the steps are directed towards romantic relationships, they do apply to any kind of relationship. Evaluate honestly: Is this relationship healthy, or is it unhealthy?
Be objective as you analyze how things have changed since this relationship began: * Are you enjoying elevated esteem from your friends & family, or are they looking at you sideways?
Not all kinks are created equal, and for every one that makes you go "EWW!
" there is someone who thinks the exact same of yours.
Over time the warrior caste gained greater prominence to the point where the Klingons widely came to be regarded as a "warrior race." ( The Klingons' relationship with Humans and the Federation was rocky at best.
We could go into detail about why these often combine together to heighten one's response to a work, but I think it might be self-evident so we'll be sparing you all that.
You're welcome to use items on this list as negative examples or squicks.
He unified the Klingon people when he killed the tyrant Molor.
Kahless came to be revered in Klingon society to the point of near-deification, and many aspects of Klingon culture came to revolve around an emulation of Kahless' life.
Particularly in her early appearances, Daisy is shown to be a loving girlfriend; always there for Donald, but always having the tendency to nag in an attempt to change his ways for the better.