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.
People, both men and women, believe love is a sensation from within that stems from physical and emotional attraction and that it can just magically and spontaneously appears. And some people also believe it can whither when the lust isn't there anymore. You fall in love quickly, and you can easily fall out of it.
Let's face it — when the guy you are dating acts like a bully, it can be very intimidating. It seems like he loves you and most of the time you get along well. Yet, there are times when the bully shows up and you wonder about the choice you've made. Dating a bully can chip away at your self-esteem and confidence which is never good for you or the relationship.
As parents, we have to teach our children what to do it they are the target of the attack or witness bullying because they have a powerful role they can play. Here are six steps to help "bullyproof" your child.
October 11th is National Coming Out Day, when many members of the LGBT community and its allies share their stories with the world in hopes of helping those who are struggling with gender identity issues.
He's perfect. Everything he says and does is showing you that you have finally found the man you have been looking for. From the minute he first contacted you, he has made you feel like the most special woman in the world. He's told you things that you always wanted to hear. He's even sent you flowers. You're loving every minute of it. You've never been happier and you've never connected so quickly with such a great guy. But unfortunately, this guy is a scam artist who's going to break your heart.
WHY MONEY MATTERS Money makes the world go around but it can also tank a marriage faster than you can say “Mutual Funds” which is true especially if both of you aren’t on the same page, financially speaking, Looking back I see that not only were my ex and I not on the same page but we were reading completely different books.
If you are in serious relationship, or married you have to keep the fire going at all times. People often make a mistake to take their partners for granted, and that can cause the issues in the long run. This applies to both parties, man are at fault as much are women. Maintaining constant communication and intimacy is crucial in any relationship. Try not to be overly critical of your partner, rather listen to him/her and pay more attention to his/hers needs. Do not let your romance fade away, keep it worm and spicy. Yours truly AstroCoach