Without a doubt, getting over an ex that you still love is one of the most excruciatingly painful things to go through. The reality of your situation is that, life, as you knew it, has come to an end. A breakup is like a death. When a relationship dies, you feel like shit, because you are mourning a loss. The sadness and grief can get overwhelming, and you’ll probably want to curl up in the fetal position for days. The people who care about you will say a lot of things to you that sound nice but don’t really help much in mending your broken heart. Be kind to them.
So you have fallen in love and you believe you have found "the one." What you may not realize is that there are some unconscious forces at play.
Communication between partners often gets confusing, and there is a very good reason for this. Most of the time, the words we use have far less impact than the energy behind the words. Therefore, what you say is often not what the other person hears. The energy behind a communication is determined by our INTENTION.
By Dating Diva Jennifer Oikle, Ph.D. for GalTime.com FALLING TOO FAST... Have you ever found yourself thinking, "Oh my god, he's the one!," within hours, days, or mere weeks after meeting a new guy? The trouble is, when you fall hard and fast, you aren't really falling for him, because you don't even know him- yet. Instead, you're falling for the ideal man in your head, who you're hoping he'll be.
"Christmas is the season when you buy this year's gifts with next year's money." ~ Unknown Are you ready for the most audacious, outrageous holiday tip? It’s not about the best temperature to bake a roast or how not to yell at your mother in law even when you want to. It’s not about what shoes are best to wear as you beat the streets for stocking stuffers and it’s definitely not how to stay slim in the middle of endless holiday party temptations.
We all have varied perceptions of what fun is and the types of memories most treasured. Everyone remembers occasions a little bit differently, so your perspective about momentous life events is important and ought to be recorded.
by Meagan McCrary Being invited home for the holidays by your beau is a major step in a relationship. But meeting the fam for the first time can be intimidating, especially if you’re staying with them. Follow these seemingly-obvious-but-too-often-forgotten guidelines for surviving the holidays with your boyfriend’s family. After all, there could be a lot more to come. Do: Bring something. Don’t: Bring your mom’s famous turkey stuffing.
Julie is sure that her boyfriend is mad at her. Or that he doesn't think she's as hot as he did when they started dating. Or that he is more attracted to other (thinner) women. Or that he is going to break up with her because he's so angry about something she said or did or possibly because of that other thinner, sexier woman in his life.
Just like the miracle of a leaf falling into your hand at a precise moment, so it is that your life partner has fallen into your heart in this life. Practice honoring the specialness that this relationship is and honoring it as the divine gift that it is. You may get stuck in the day-to-day, human stuff, distractions and circumstances, but I invite you to keep your eye on the miracle that it is: that you were brought together for a special purpose.
Many of us imagine that cheating is only reserved for men. Even among liberal thinking men and women, many of us still hold that image in our minds. So when a woman is the cheater, we tend to have less tolerance than we do for men. But a very conservative statistic estimates that 60 percent of men and 40 percent of women will have an extramarital affair at some time.