In a relationship, there are times when a person gets angry or hurt and lashes out at their partner. Learn how to understand your own emotions first.
Asking you where your feet are and those of your partner may sound strange. This is because we tend to think that feet are just feet, and don’t think about them much beyond whether they are pretty, strong, or not. Well in truth, they have a lot more to say than that. In fact, they can help you understand the kind of person you are in a relationship with beneath all the verbiage and fancy maneuvering that people display. The reason that we miss recognizing this is that we are too focused on appearance and not the position that the feet are in.
Stepping out on the dating field can stir a range of emotions from exhilaration to anxiety, and every emotion in between. One effective way for dealing with whatever feelings come up is to feel great about yourself … both emotionally and physically. Here are three steps to help you put your best foot forward, feel confident and achieve optimal health.
In basketball, a rebound is a successful act of a team gaining control of the ball after a missed shot. However, in dating, a rebound can often be an unsuccessful attempt to date someone who recently came out of a relationship. If you are dating someone on the rebound, it's important to have a clear understanding of where they are emotionally before fully committing yourself. Although some rebound relationships turn into lifelong loves, it's best to look at the big picture before planning your happily ever after.
If your world has been rocked by an emotional affair or by infidelity, it can be devastating and heartbreaking. It can also be a natural response to want to get even and do to the other what has been done to you. Rather than following the ways of the Romans - which didn't quite work out for them, by the way - it's healthier to refrain from getting even and work on getting better. Whether you caused it or were the unfortunate casualty of a painful affair, it's important to work on yourself and deciding if there is a relationship worth saving.
Child abuse is the physical, sexual, or emotional mistreatment or neglect of a child or children. Eventually, the child becomes an adult. While childhood abuse does not define a person, it can creep it's way into our relationships without knowing.
As women, we are experts at one thing that permeates every aspect of our lives and that is giving our power away. Most little girls are brought up to: keep it together; let it go; don't make waves and be nice to everyone. But the issues we deal with as adult women rely on our inner power and this programming is what contributes to the destruction of this power.
If you think you're going to see Hope Springs just for a romantic comedy, think again. Although Steve Carell brings a sense of humor to his role, he plays a pretty serious and direct couples' therapist. This movie is a story of a 31 year marriage that has become stagnant, sexless and is heading toward dissolution. There are moments that will make you laugh and others that will bring a tear to your eye if you realize this is the state of too many relationships. So why should you bother seeing this movie?
How many times have you caught yourself using the word binge ... or telling yourself that you should have not eaten that? Do you plop down in front of the TV and grab, well, whatever you grab every time you plop in front of the TV? Do you groan when you think about last night's 11 p.m. pizza or look at a strange assortment of items in the refrigerator? All of these scenarios have one thing in common: a nagging feeling or at least a little cringe inside, about not being your best self when it comes to food. So, how do we know when our eating is emotional eating instead of normal hunger for nutrition? Here are seven ways to tell.
A Simple Guide To Understanding Sex Addiction Think “wet cement”. You can imprint anything on it while it's wet. Once it dries, the image is “set”.The mind is similar. A newborn's mind is a canvas for first experiences. Those experiences are shaped by the drama of the family(as they are the first people in the newborn's life). All experiences are computed and impressed onto the mind's canvas.
Your life has been going fairly smooth. You really don’t have anything to complain about. You have all the necessities. You’re in a decent relationship. Everything is status quo. So why do you feel so “bad?” For some of you, feeling “bad” might equate to feeling “indifferent” or it might precipitate anger or resentment? Regardless of what emotion it evokes, you are left feeling confused. Believe me, I understand. I have been here, more times that I would like to admit.
Hysteria represents women being chemically imbalanced, or to put it simply, a lack of sex. A hysterical woman is clearly sexually starved. She has probably not seen or heard from “Dick” in weeks, months or even, painfully, years. She is chemically imbalanced and her hormones are often going crazy. She knows something is wrong.
Just because you live at a geographic distance doesn't mean you have to suffer. Here are three ways to make long-distance love last: 1: Keep Communication Flowing. All relationships require a lot of work. People who live together can suffer with more emotional distance than those who live apart. Just because you live with an geographic distance doesn't mean you must suffer an emotional distance. Keep talking. Share daily.