What to Do When She Lets You Down – or Demands Too Much!
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What to Do When She Lets You Down – or Demands Too Much!

In the first part of this series, we explored the reason why so many lesbians and queer women struggle with difficult feelings when our partner seems to get too far away – or when she seems to get too close. Because these feelings (which we call “primal abandonment panic,” or PAP, and “primal engulfment panic,” or PEP) have such deep roots in our brains and psyches, they can wreak havoc in our intimate relationships.

"She doesn't give me enough!" "She wants too much!"
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"She doesn't give me enough!" "She wants too much!"

“We live in different towns, and Susan hardly ever wants to talk on the phone,” Elise said tearfully. “It makes me feel so rejected, like I’m not worthy of her time and attention.” “I love Elise, but I’ve got a really busy life,” Susan explained. “Talking on the phone sometimes feels like too much at the end of a long day. And when Elise gets too demanding, it makes me not want to talk at all.”

5 Steps To Getting Over A Breakup
Stop thinking about it and start loving yourself.
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5 Steps To Getting Over A Breakup

Your partner broke up with you and now you're heartbroken. But was it really love? Personal development coach Curt Canada explains the reasons you should look forward and move on from your short-term relationship.

If You're Going Through Hell, Keep Going
Remember to breathe during hard times.
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If You're Going Through Hell, Keep Going

When you're going through hell, keep on going. Those are the wise words of Winston Churchill and Rodney Atkins, and your personal development coach. A personal development coach will help you get through the tough times in your life.

Cohabiting Rights May Come To A State Near You
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Cohabiting Rights May Come To A State Near You

A case in New York involving two women that have been together for 14 years (and living together for at least 11 of them) shows the need for some rules regarding domestic breakups. In the UK, cohabiting partners have some legal rights. In the US and outside of common law marriage, they do not. People can sign certain protective documents, but outside of those there is no real legal leg to stand on.