Kim Kardashian’s in the spotlight again after her nightmare divorce from Kris Humphries was finally granted 536 days after the filing of the divorce, seven times longer than their marriage. Somehow this is front page news. People say the Kardashian’s are famous for being famous. True. Famous for being beautiful. True. And what people don’t articulate is that we are attracted to their child-like vulnerability in front of the entire world.
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Welcome to my 7-Part Series, 7 Secrets To Mastering Communication SECRET #2 - Compassion “Love and compassion are necessities, not luxuries. Without them, humanity cannot survive.” ~ Dalai Lama XIV Compassion means, “I understand and I get you.” It means I’m walking alongside you, not necessarily in your in your shoes because I cannot truly know what you are experiencing.
Negative and hurtful statements can have the power to cut through the very fabric of the bond between two people in love. Words can damage and potentially destroy the foundation of your relationship. Make no mistake about it, words matter. While we have learned many lessons over the past 30 years from the thousands of happily married couples we have interviewed, one of the most interesting is about the importance of the words to our relationships.
After ten years of sobriety, Ozzy Osbourne has relapsed on a binge of booze and drugs. We imagine Sharon thinking, "How can he say he loves me and — in this one action — take away my trust?" Our experts explain how the Osbournes' situation offers insight for what to do when your addict spouse relapses.
Melanie grew up with a narcissistic mother who demanded that Melanie conform to her concept of how a child should behave. To protect herself from her mother's anger, blame and disapproval, Melanie tried to be the "perfect child."
We love to tune in to shows like 'Dates From Hell' and 'Find Me My Man.' But does reality dating TV only romanticize unrealistic expectations we have about love? YourTango Expert Coach Ronnie Ann Ryan says yes.
Dear Dr. Romance: If the child has not had a real relationship with her father for many years and does not see him more than 2 times per year, should a mother keep pushing a relationship with the father and child? Will it do more harm than good? Dear Reader:
Verbal abuse is a kind of battering that does not leave evidence.In public he is one man, in private he is another. Subtle dimishing or anger outbursts, cool indifference or one-upmanship, witty sarcasm or silent withholding, manipulatie coercion, or unreasonable demands are common occurrences.There are no witnesses to her reality therefore no one can understand her experience. The abuser is seen as a really nice guy and certainly he sees himself as one.