Do you find yourself in a harmful situation, one that you can't justify leaving? Whether can't bear to part with the guy who doesn't love you back or won't quit a job you hate, this advice will help you walk away from frustration and into happiness.
Most days these days, I can name a few reasons to be angry at my guy, The Spaniard. Truly. We’ve been through seemingly endless challenges — some self-created and others lobbed at us by an invisible, arbitrary all-star pitcher — and there are many times I’ve asked myself why, oh why, did he not handle x differently? (Read: The way I would have wanted him to.)
What is the key to a great relationship? Expert Cynthia James rounds up some great love advice from relationship pros to help you figure out what you can do to have lasting and meaningful relationships.
Relationships take work — sometimes a lot of work. As powerful as love is, it's not always enough. And there's no show on TV that showcases this better than We tv's Marriage Boot Camp. What can you learn from these broken relationships being put to the test? Check out some of the biggest lessons we've learned from MBC Reality Stars below.
Remember that time your partner spilled wine all over your white sofa, and you thought, for sure, you were going to smother him in his sleep after an argument about it? Well, stop it, because according to a new study, you're killing yourself.
If you feel that you have lost sight of your present and future goals you may want to look through these signs of a controlling relationship for answers. Sometimes it’s not who we are and what we are thinking that is causing the problem. Often it is an external source that is trying to guide our path that is causing all sorts of difficulties along the way. Read more at : 3 Signs Of A Controlling Relationship
We understand just how tough relationship partings can be so we are showing you how to get through a breakup in the fastest and easiest way possible. The breakup of any relationship can leave you with the same feeling of loss that you would experience from a death in the family. It can be a serious loss and when your friends and family members don’t understand and tell you to just get on with your life, it can be devastating. Read more at : 5 Tips on How to Get Through a Breakup
Mary tells me in a face-to-face session, "Steve is always criticizing me... how do I get him to stop?" Fiona tells me in a Skype session, "Jeff is often withdrawn. I feel so angry about this." It is always easy to see what your partner is doing that you do not like,.. and it is generally very challenging to see your end of a dysfunctional relationship system...
Women have unrealistic expectations about what guys should know about dating and relationships. I know this because — you guessed it — I'm a female. And while we don't expect you to magically know everything we're thinking all of the time, we do expect you to magically know what we're thinking most some of the time.
Since it's hard to tell when things aren't going well from afar, you may as well look at your own actions to know if you're doing a good job of building a strong relationship or not. See the four signs you're destroying relationship.
I didn’t start out a SAFI (strong and fiercely independent woman). I’ve had to be the strong one, the decision maker and the nurturer of others for so long; I didn’t think that the life that I currently live was possible for me. In order to attract into my life the quality of love that I wanted,I had to make a conscious effort to let go of my past disappointments and get in touch with what was truly important to me.
There is a difference between feeling isolated and feeling lonely. Personal development coach Pegi Burdick discusses the differences and how each can have a negative impact on your relationship.
“You find peace not by rearranging the circumstances of your life, but by realizing who you are at the deepest level.” ~ Eckhart Tolle You’re successful, you work hard, take care of your home and maybe children and pets, you have networking to do, outside obligations, you’re running a business a with team, you’re on committees and in groups and do everything else that goes along with being in charge of your life. Yet, that you leave no time or space for a relationship.
The perfect aspect to a beautiful long-lasting marriage is laughter. During tense moments, it's best to diffuse them with a little humor — so learn to laugh with your partner for a smooth ride through marriage.
What makes for a happy, fulfilled relationship? While this is a complex question that doesn’t lend itself to a quick answer, there are aspects of successful and lasting relationships that have been studied by experts and many approaches to pick from. The good news is that if you are in a relatively happy relationship, there are some simple things you can do – positive behaviors – that can make your relationship better.
Are you in a rut? It may be time for a serious change of perspective and thought patterns. Read on to learn how positive affirmations can help you with positive changes in your life.