How to use Reconnect in a sentence

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  • Go to church and reconnect with your spiritual side.

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  • Additionally, it allows you to reconnect with the outdoors and can become a family affair, enabling you to involve your children environmentally friendly practices.

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  • On a more serious note, however, these games are a great way to not only put some spice into your life, but to make a space where you, and your partner, can reconnect.

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  • If you're looking to connect with new friends, business contacts, or reconnect with people from your past, you can bet there's something on a list of social networking sites that will suit your needs.

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  • During these events, workshops and therapy help parents and teens reconnect so that when the teenager returns home, the family can work as a unit to continue the work started at the camp.

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  • Tai chi relaxes the body, relieves negative emotions, and helps improve focus and reconnect the mind and body through gentle, flowing movements and stretches.

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  • Programs include special events and family therapy sessions so that parents and teens can reconnect and learn how to interact with each other in a positive and healthy way.

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  • Reconnect with the meaning of the season by seeking out inspirational Christmas poetry.

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  • Giving each other a massage is a fantastic way to reconnect and pamper each other.

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  • For this reason, it's good to reconnect with your loved ones to remind yourself that you are not alone and people do care about you.

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  • This way, you can reconnect and remember the reason why you fell in love in the first place.

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  • It is a time to reconnect and enjoy the pleasure of being with your loved ones.

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  • A shared interest in music or the arts gives you the chance to reconnect as a couple.

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  • Denise struggles with the fallout from her affair while Claudia Joy struggles to reconnect with her younger daughter.

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  • The character originally arrived in Genoa City looking to reconnect with his half-brother Neil, then stayed on becoming a  photographer for the residents of the town.

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  • It is frowned upon and can become an issue if you ever want to reconnect with your Native American roots.

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  • If you are looking to escape from the chaos of everyday life and reconnect in a place where the pace is slow and living is easy, then the popular South Carolina coastal city should be at the top of your travel wish list.

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  • Let your back reconnect with the mat one vertebrae at a time.

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  • While many viewers found the show to be heartwarming and pleasant, critics blasted it for suggesting that all adoptees should want to reconnect with their birth parents.

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  • Ryze also networks professionals and those who want to connect or reconnect with past contacts.

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  • Check to see if this is the case by temporarily disabling these items and then trying to reconnect.

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  • A large base of users makes it easier to meet new people and reconnect with previous relationships.

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  • Over 30 million corporate professionals use of LinkedIn to make contact for career endeavors, to swap ideas and to reconnect with executives and colleagues in their own specific work industry.

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  • Once you have connected the cradle for the first time, you will not have to reconnect the cables each time you get home.

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  • She reveals how to reconnect with our divine Self, and its unconditionally loving nature.

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  • This is the surest way to reconnect with your lost pet.

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  • Mediating, or sitting quietly for ten to fifteen minutes is a wonderful way to reconnect with yourself and what's truly important.

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  • Many of these programs don't only focus on changing the teenager but also reconnect the faltered relationship between teen and parent.

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  • This is usually because they begin hanging out with the same friends as they did before boot camp and/or reconnect with troubled teens they met at the camp.

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  • Try to work time into your schedule each week to reconnect with your spouse.

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  • Another way to reconnect with your beloved is to sign-up for adventurous or romantic shore excursions.

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  • Traditional Chinese medicine seeks to reconnect the chi (energy flow) along the body's meridians and thus aid healing.

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  • Chinese traditional medicine may be helpful by working to reconnect chi (life energy) through the meridian lines along the line of a fracture.

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  • Infants with EA, with or without TEF, are unlikely to survive without surgery to reconnect the esophagus.

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  • Finding one or two reliable baby sitters can also give a single parent or a couple time to themselves or to reconnect after a tough week of school or work.

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  • Vasovasostomy is a procedure to reconnect the cut ends of the vas deferens tubes.

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  • If the first surgery was a vasovasotomy, the second one may be another attempt to reconnect the ends of the vas deferens.

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  • Inspirational poems and poetry for the holidays may be one way for those who feel lost to reconnect with a deeper, spiritual meaning of Christmas.

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  • When you and your sweetie are apart, there are still the special words to help you reconnect at any moment.

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  • A girls' night is a chance to reconnect with your friends and enjoy their company without any of the baggage bringing a date along can add.

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