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We don't fight or anything; we just don't love each other anymore. Any additional comments. Is there a chance the way I look at the people who work for me is part of the problem. But we can, affirm their basic nature and create an atmosphere where people can seize opportunities and solve problems in an increasingly self-reliant way?