Broken links can result in breakdowns. This happens in all sorts of situations.
There’s an intentional play on words here; I’m sending two messages in one (as we all do, so often in our relationships). Normally I don’t recommend it, but here it is relevant.
Broken link message 1
Over the next few weeks (early in 2020), there are going to be some cosmetic changes to this site. I’ve added a lot of content over the past decade – currently around 1200 posts and many other pages and downloads. In the unlikely event that some connections may be lost during the makeover I may not learn about these unless they are reported, so if you stumble across any broken links please let me know.
Broken link message 2
Relationships rely on links too. Broadly speaking, good links make for good relationships. The second message is a reminder that shaky links between people need maintenance and repair, just like web links, if you want to avoid a break in service.
There’s plenty of information on the new site, and if there is a long-term relationship that’s important to you, you’ll find lots to interest you. Recent posts, for example, have included:
Keep your links strong, and both you and your relationships will benefit.