1. Become aware of where your thoughts are taking you – AND what your body is feeling when you start to think those thoughts. The sooner this world realizes that how we treat others in our relationships has a direct effect on the pain we are feeling in our bodies – the sooner we will begin to eliminate chronic pain in this world!
LOVING EACH OTHER
Advent is the season Christians observe leading up to Christmas. During this season, Christians traditionally focus on hope, peace, joy and love. These very same themes can also be important things to focus on in our relationships in order to enhance our relationship whether it is at the beginning early stage or is more mature. This focus can occur during Advent or can be something that is worked on by a couple at any time. For each of these ideas, here is two lessons you can take from Advent to understand the
There is only one happiness in life, to love and be loved. Love is divine expression of human feelings & sentiments. It knocks your door now or then & doors of your heart opens automatically that’s what I feel. Once it enters your life ,it just colours every thing around, all the surroundings gets filled with different hues. A person starts feeling his oneness with nature and divine powers. It seems the mighty nature is just unfolding different shades to express your love, your feelings with rain, with colourful spring, with foggy winters.
When my grandparents got married in the 1930s, I’m quite certain neither one of them had the kind of engagement anxiety I see among people today. My grandmother did experience grief about leaving her mother and two sisters. The difficult feelings were displaced onto her wedding dress and veil (a mosquito net so an understandable disappointment on her part!), but she didn’t spend a moment wondering if she was making the best possible choice or if she loved my grandfather enough, if he was her soul mate or any of the other anxiety-based questions that wreak havoc on my clients’ minds.
Did you know that February 7th to 14th is National Marriage Week? According to the National Marriage Week website, National Marriage Week is a collaborative effort to encourage many diverse groups to strengthen individual marriages, reduce the divorce rate, and build a stronger marriage culture, which in turn helps curtail poverty and benefits children.
Searching for the perfect gift for your man, but on a tight budget? No worries – here at How to Get the Man of Your Dreams.com, we surveyed our team of Relationship Coaches, who are all male, for gifts they’d love to receive - that cost little to no money. With a little creativity and effort, you can create a lasting impression on the man of your dreams.
Marriage should be based on love, right? But does it seem as though you and your spouse are speaking two different languages? New York Times bestselling author Dr. Gary Chapman guides couples in identifying, understanding, and speaking their spouse’s primary love language—quality time, words of affirmation, gifts, acts of service, or physical touch.