INTRODUCTION You might feel it when that hot stud across the room at the gym gives your lover "the look-over." You might experience it if your ex-boyfriends ever cheated on you and then you project it onto your current man. Or you might experience it if you have an "open relationship" and you know your partner is out "tricking." Whatever its form, jealousy can take on many different faces and it can kill your relationship if it's not managed appropriately.
Singer John Mellencamp left his wife of 20 years and started a relationship with an older Meg Ryan with whom he shares creative projects. That’s just one example that makes me wonder why it is that couples who seem to have had a great time together seem to suddenly break-up. Like Al and Tipper Gore.
I think courage is an under-utilized word these days. In the minds of most, it seems to be reserved for “big” things, like fighting in a war or rushing into a burning building to save a child. Don’t get me wrong, these are definitely courageous acts worthy of the word. But for most of us, we won’t get the opportunity to show that kind of courage. We will, however, do other things that require our courage – everyday though they may seem.
Our world is going through such a shift in consciousness. It’s something astonishing whereby we are questioning the trustworthiness of strangers, our neighbors, co-workers, families, companions—and even ourselves. We are getting to the point where trusting is becoming so taboo, that we save it for only the most private of relationships—our partners, our best friends, our siblings and parents? This is self-defeating phenomenon.
After being in a relationship for months and sometimes even years, many women often realize that the guy they are involved with isn't relationship material. Upon reflection many of these women will admit that had they taken their time and gotten to know the guy a lil before they jumped into a relationship with him they would have never started the relationship in the first place. They would've realized that he was a boy who wasn't ready or right for a relationship.
What is the 80/20 Rule And Does It Apply To Relationships? I completely believe that 80/20 Rule applies to relationships! I've written a little bit about the 80/20 Rule in my previous post, "Don't Talk So Much" and now it's time to elaborate more about how it specifically can be used to enhance your relationship. So what exactly is the 80/20 Rule?
Romantic love has been called the only acceptable form of insanity. How can you stay sane while dating? The first and most important step is to choose wisely who you allow to be in your life. When deciding whether you want to date someone, keep these three simple words in mind: STOP, LOOK and LISTEN.
Stop looking outside of yourself for love and acceptance! The love you seek is right here, inside of you. When you raise the level at which you value yourself, you can attract the love you most desire! In this video, we explore the best ways to dive in and really attract the best love for your life! Take a few minutes to watch.
According to a new Canadian study published in Health Psychology, people who feel insecure in their relationships may be at an increased risk for cardiovascular disease and other health problems. In fact, according to the United States National Co-Morbidity Survey of Replication, those who feel insecure in relationships or avoid getting close to others appear to have an increased risk of developing several chronic illnesses.