We all have a friend that tells us everything about their relationship whether we want to hear the sorted details or not. Do they want us to just listen to their stories or are we allowed to partake with an opinion or two? What is the proper etiquette?
Emotional intimacy is one of the most wonderful experiences we ever have. Nothing else really comes close to the experience of sharing our deepest thoughts and feelings with another, of being deeply seen and known, of sharing love, passion, creativity, laughter and joy. The experience of intimacy fills our souls and takes away our loneliness.
Brains: How intelligent do you want your partner to be? Do you want someone with whom you can have intellectually stimulating conversations, or do you feel threatened by someone who seems to “know it all”? Status: Is it important that you be from the same social circle? If you lead a life of dinner parties and theater, and your partner has never ventured beyond the local cineplex, you may find that your interests are just too divergent to find common ground.
As you'll see, attachment science offers a few fundamental and inarguable implications for parents, and then it's filled with grays. What Do We Know? Nature designed things beautifully so that as a mother you naturally form an attachment with your new baby, a deep abiding bond that begins when she's still in your womb. That attachment blossoms after birth, unless something gets in the way.
Okay, here’s how my thinking rolled along, ending up with the above title, knowing I had something helpful to share with you… I’m sitting out here on my patio, looking at my beautiful view, listening to John Legend’s “So High,” sent to me by Stephen, my CO (Chosen One) in a text. (Check out the heart-melting lyrics by listening to the video below.) John Legend - So High
If I hear another single woman tell me that men are only interested in getting laid I’m really gonna lose it. Now before I go any further I’m going to clarify and state that I understand there are some boys out there…ok lots of em…who are only interested in getting their wick dipped and could care less with whom and how it happens.
Erica Jong, known best for her book “Fear of Flying” is waxing poetic in the Sunday New York Times about what has happened to the sex lives of the younger generation. According to Jong, younger women are yearning for the nostalgia of a 50’s era happily ever after notion of monogamy, marriage and motherhood. Jong says it’s a kind of rebellion and a desire for control.
You have a unique, specifically crafted for you Design, Purpose and Evolutionary path that matches your life lessons. Yet…are you living the life that is not yours? Are you trying hard to fit yourself into the human puzzle that does not fit you? You are not alone! We all want to belong, to be like everyone else, and to be loved!
You probably are familiar with the old traditional Chakra system philosophy. But may not be aware that the Chakra system can be used as an instruction manual for your relationships. It can give you a strategy about how you can communicate with your inner guidance and be able to manifest your dreams and ideas into your realationships and create a complete alignment in your life Now.