Breaking up is hard to do Have you been thinking about divorce for a while and finally ready to take the plunge? Maybe like Andrew you have been going back and forth for some time and have reached your limit. It takes anywhere between three to five years to come to the point of initiating divorce proceedings. (Love and Intimate Relationships: A Journey of the Heart, by Brown and Amalea). Stress caused by roller coaster of emotions
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At one point or another, we've all wondered, "Why is it that the people I'm interested in are not interested in me? And the people I ignore keep contacting me?" It would be statistically improbable, if not impossible, that every time you liked someone they didn't feel the same and vice versa. So what's really going on here?
By Pam Babbitt
Does the term sacred sexuality intrigue you? Are you open to inviting rituals, new techniques and a spiritual practice into your sex and love life? Sacred sexuality can transform you, your life experiences, and your relationships. I’ll tell you how: The good news is:
You have the power in any moment to transform any situation. And that power is forgiveness. Take a moment to watch and discover how important forgiveness is in your relationships.
“Whatever you are doing, love yourself for doing it. Whatever you are feeling, love yourself for feeling it.” –Thaddeus Golas, 20th century author and philosopher Are you a loving person? Are you kind, friendly, and encouraging? For most of us, the answer to these questions is yes—at least to some degree.
What’s the one thing that would make 2011 your best year ever? More money? A better job? Losing 20 pounds? As great as those might be, there’s something else that I guarantee will create a magical year: love. Not Hollywood or Hallmark-card kind of love, but love as a state of being: the kind of love I call Love for No Reason. Here are 10 ways to bring more unconditional love into your life this year.
I was at a conference of academics and I was talking to a woman about what I do. She told me about a very smart woman who teaches finance, very accomplished, many awards and lots of respect from her peers. But, she said, this very smart women just turns stupid when it comes to men. Why do we do that?
One of the toughest parts of communication is dealing with conflict. In relationships, we often hope to avoid these emotionally charged situations or even convince ourselves that “good couples” or “happy couples” don’t fight (or argue, or disagree or whatever term you like to use here). The truth is that couples who have lasting relationships don’t learn how to avoid conflict or magically agree on everything; they learn how to fight fair.
By Joe Amoia
There are currently 40 million single Americans searching the internet & online dating sites looking for love. A recent study reveals that up to 10 percent of the individuals on these websites intentionally lie and misrepresent themselves. Here are 3 critical steps that a woman can take to weed out those individuals who lie and pretend to be something they’re not.
Most couples share their intimate feelings in their bed. They love each other there, try to please each other there, and hold each other there. Once they get showered, dressed and ready to leave they tend to leave that loving behavior behind. They may be terse on the phone, controlling with their language, or irritated when their spouse or partner asks them for a favor. What happened? Just this morning you were feeling loved and respected by your partner in bed. Once they got their clothes on, it was if they put on an invisible repellant as well.