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Love, an Inner Connection

Love, an Inner Connection

A guy sitting next to me on the bus the other day kept looking over my shoulder to check out the book on my lap.  When I stuffed it in my bag, he asked, “what are you reading?” Slightly embarrassed, I told him, “it’s called, Love, an Inner Connection.” “What’s it about?” Self-help books and pseudo-spiritual tomes I’ve always considered hokey.  Human beings are fantastically complicated, a lifetime isn’t long enough to discover all the nooks and crannies in one person’s psyche.  Merge two of these creatures in a relationship and they’d need at least a couple centuries to figure one another out.  For every self-help “rule” about relating, you’ll find a thousand situations that break it. So, when a friend suggested Love, an Inner Connection, my first reaction was to gag.  But since the book’s based in Jungian psychology and ancient Chinese philosophy, I gave it a whirl. Here’s the gist: there’s the “essential” self and the ego.  The

6 Reasons To AVOID A Relationship

6 Reasons To AVOID A Relationship

Society discriminates against the good men and women out there trying to avoid relationships like the plague. Stuff-about.com sympathizes with YOU and presents 6 reasons to avoid relationships!

Love Lessons You Should Learn By 35

Love Lessons You Should Learn By 35

=>No answer IS the answer - If you call/email/text someone and leave a message asking them out and  they don't reply, they're not interested. That lack of a response is their response. They're avoiding possible hurt feelings and drama. Trying to force them to respond to you or making up an excuse for contacting them again ("thought maybe my email got filtered/text didn't go through") makes you look obsessive and desperate. He "Has A Lot Going On." What Does That Mean?