I have been dating my bf since November 2010. He was the one who proposed me when I was dragging my relationship with my ex, and when I broke up with my ex, he expressed his feelings towards me. He respected me dating with my ex, and didnt push his feelings onto me, only until I had completely broken up with my ex. Just last year we have been continuously fighting over little issues, that can be easily solved and dealt. Most of the times I broke up temporarily but he convinced me and I convinced myself to get back to him. Sometimes he broke up too and i convinced to get him back.
Do any of these worries sound like you when you think about getting into another relationship? It’s too complicated. What if I’m not happy? What if I make the wrong choice- again? What if he dies? There’s no such thing as a soulmate, anyway. What if he cheats on me? I’m too picky. I’ll have to settle- everyone else I know has.
By Zoe Rogers Crazy for books and book clubs? You’re not alone! The popularity of book clubs is soaring. “The Encyclopedia of Community: From the Village to the Virtual World, notes that in 2003, a Google search for “book club” returned 424,000 hits; now it returns 40 million…”
My "Stop, Drop, and Roll" technique is my tried and true, all-time favorite method for avoiding Relationship Groundhog Day (the insanity of doing the same thing over and over expecting a different result), which is what we do when we make impulsive, unconscious choices like calling an ex when we know better.
by Gregg DeMammos Why look at relationships? Because if you look at your life, any place you are not moving as fast or as powerfully as you want could benefit from better relationships. This work is up to us.
I recently met a successful surgeon who bragged that she had her UPS guy on speed dial to take advantage of the free return service offered by a well known online shoe store. The problem? This same surgeon is tens of thousands of dollars in debt, still paying off her med school loans and wanting help from me to understand her depression, stress and compulsive shopping. My doctor colleague needs to get a hold of her self esteem issues that lie underneath her shopping addiction before she will ever experience the freedom she craves. Money issues are only a symptom of an imbalanced life.
Do you want to know how to unlock the beautiful, feminine, sexual being that you are? Do you want to unlock the power that will make men swoon? Do you want to be in control of whom you attract into your life? I’m going to share an exercise that I’ve talked about before that I want all of you to do. It's one of the best exercises in the world. I'll give you a little background:
How often do we hear women affirm that "there just are no more good men left, or that the ones left are all players, dogs or jerks who do not know how to treat a woman?" I know that I hear it so often that if I had a dime for each time I heard it, I would be Oprah rich! The fact is that there are more than a few good men out there; you just need to know where and how to find them. Read below and find out how and where single women are meeting their husbands everyday! 1. Be Ready To Recieve Love.
If you are disappointed and angry that your sex life has gone down the tubes, it may be because you and your partner have put yourselves in roles where sex is forbidden -taboo- a big no no! It's probably something that isn't obvious but that has a grip on the relationship, preventing any sex other than one of duty and performance. There are three ways you can get out of the stranglehold and enjoy a fulfilling sex life again. The story of David and Melanie show you how.
If you are wondering why you are still single despite being a good catch, and why everyone else seems to have a partner in a long term relationship, you may already have exactly what you are looking for but not see it. Arabella, a thirty-nine year old art dealer went through four or five guys a week and found each lacking in some essential quality until she followed the four L O V E steps.