Sometimes the most helpful relationship advice can be tips on what NOT to do in your relationship. Why? Perhaps, because we as human beings catch on to bad habit easier than we do good habits. If you'd like to grace your relationship with positivity and all the goodness of the universe, read on for advice from relationship expert Christine Dunn-Cunningham.
How often has your husband or boyfriend joked that you're just killing him with the incessant nagging, the over-the-top demands, and the innumerable requests? Sorry to break it to you, but he might be on to something. New research suggests that being nagged can lead to a speedier death - especially among men. Unfortunately, that's not the only way you could be (secretly) killing your man:
Though smoking has never been good for you, it's always been celebrated as a sign of sexiness and appeal. For the modern generation, it isn't just about cigarettes. E-cigarettes have taken a trendy hold on the marketplace, advertised as the "healthier" alternative to buying pack after pack. And while you can now light up inside at any time and at any place, how do guys feel about your nasty little habit? Are they into it — or over it?
If you look at the world as if it were a garden, you will notice that all of us are like flowers and plants. Some people are roses or daffodils; others are like shrubs or wild flowers. Some are weeds; some are vegetables. I learned this philosophy many years ago from a very wise minister.
An hour before our family was coming for Thanksgiving dinner my husband, the perfectionist, disappeared. He ran to the store to buy matching folding chairs. At that time we were living in a house that had a huge kitchen but no dining room, hence no dining room set that included matching table and chairs. I was fuming because I needed his help with other preparations. His need for things to look perfect was bugging me, (a former perfectionist). I went into the guest bathroom to admire the new wallpaper we had put up and make sure the guest soap and towels were in place.
In the previous article I discussed how choosing a long term partner may be compelled by inner forces unknown to us. We are complex creatures and are often not clear about what drives or motivates us. When you enter into a relationship that begins to take a serious path ask yourself the following questions:
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“Was it something I said?!” How many times have you noticed a sudden chill in your partner’s mood and wondered if you unintentionally upset or offended him? How often are you left utterly confused about why she’s turned her back to you in bed?
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Personal styles can really have a big impact on a relationship, particularly when it comes to food and eating, and especially if, as a couple, your eating styles are so different, it sometimes feels like your partner is more into food than he is into you!