how to deal with a divorce after 10 years been married and being with her for over 15 years with her i have 2 kids ,,,, Im a post opp M2F 2007 my opp was .. im looking for love not one nighter Im bi i perfer a man
My man was ready to leave me, but I was able to save the relationship.
Lila here~ A few weeks ago, my friend Adam blogged about the 3 P’s of relationships from an Imago Relationship Therapy standpoint. The 3 P’s are: Pick, Provoke and Project. First you pick a partner who reflects the positive and negative traits of your caregivers when you were a child. We call this your imago match. Then you provoke those traits to come forth. At first you provoke the positive traits, but after the honeymoon phase of the relationship is over, you provoke the negative traits to come out. Then you (I say you, but we all do it) project those traits onto your partner, whether they actually have them or not. If you’ve ever thought or said, “you’re just like my father (or mother)” then you know what projection is.
If you are currently in a relationship waiting for your man to propose, I know how you feel. I was there myself. I thought he was never going to propose, and it was driving me insane. This post is all about how I got him to propose.
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All signs point to an affair, but woman doesn't seem to want to admit it. Please help her see the truth
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I was panicking because I hadn’t gotten my Kandy Halloween Tickets yet, and Kandy Halloween tickets sell out fast. I can’t believe Halloween will be here so soon.
In June, I wrote a blog post about my friend Kim who resolved to change her wanton ways in order to better attract the loving, committed relationship she craves. Kim has spent most of her thirty-plus years supplementing her life as a brilliant, professionally successful dynamo with moments being a horny, somewhat debauched wild child. Kim finally realized the romantic patterns in which she has entangled herself keep her from the life she wants. Now, she’s ready to change. A few days after posting the blog, I got a comment from a reader who thinks Kim’s desires to evolve are doomed. According to him, “how a person has lived his or her life is the only indicator we have to predict how they will live the rest of it.” Ouch. The letter got me thinking about all the people I know who’ve either changed successfully, or wanted to change but failed miserably. A gal