The are three, tiny but strong words that can kill any relationship. Be sure you know these words. Otherwise, they can sneak in and contaminate even the most potent love.
Don’t waste anymore time trying to fix your relationship that will never be…. 1- Take him/her off that pedestal First things first: Stop acting like your ex was God’s gift. He/She wasn’t that perfect, if they were- you wouldn’t be single right now! I know it’s tough to hear, but it’s completely necessary! Make a list of his/her annoying traits in the meantime! he he
If I recall anything from my upbringing, it's the following two rules: "If you don't have anything nice to say, then don't say anything at all," and "Remember to always say 'please' and 'thank you'."
"My parents had a very good relationship," I often hear my clients say. "What do you mean by good?" I ask. "They didn't fight. They spent a lot of time with each other." That may have been the definition of a good relationship years ago, but now most people want more. Following are ten signs of a healthy relationship. 1. Kindness
In last night’s Miss Advised episode titled "What's Your Type?" the three of you were finally starting to learn more about yourselves when it comes to the relationships you acquire and maintain. However, as viewers who were rooting for you, we think that it would be an understatement to say that you've all been deeply "misadvised" when it comes to your own love lives! As a love and relationship site dedicated to living your best love life, we have taken it upon ourselves to share some of our wisdom based on what the show has depicted so far.
I made this mistake throughout most of my dating life, as did most of my friends – in fact I think nearly all of us have. You see, I looked at dating as serving one purpose, and one purpose only: To start a relationship with a guy that I thought could be Mr. Right. You're probably thinking right now "But that is the purpose of dating, right?" Well, yes and no.
Want to enchant your man? Look at no further than famous fiction. The original enchantresses in the legends of King Arthur forced knights to honor them with what was termed “courtly love”. Under the spell-powers of these magical goddesses, brave and fierce warriors learned to be gentlemanly and dutiful, and in return received devotion and sexual attention beyond their wildest dreams. Soon, even the most powerful of mortal men (wizards, even) were defenseless to the seductive powers of enchantresses.
As his woman, you could potentially get on his nerves. But as his best friend, he would love you until the end of time. Do what you must, but please consider the difference between best friend and girlfriend before you screw up your friendship. Here are 18 subtle relationship tips to check to see if you are ready to cross that line.
Kristi is disgusted. She throws down the magazine she's been reading. Even though she's well aware that the pictures in magazines have been photoshopped and that just about no woman looks that perfect, Kristi still feels ugly in comparison. The image of sexy portrayed in magazines, on television and in the movies would be impossible to pull off. Kristi doesn't try to be sexy, even though she'd like to. She worries that her boyfriend will get tired of being with someone who looks like she does.
The Internet is abuzz with grief over the loss of American filmmaker and feminist icon Nora Ephron. Here are five important lessons from Rob Reiner and Nora Ephron's rom com 'When Harry Met Sally.'
Sometimes letting go means separation. Often times, letting go has to happen within a relationship. It means letting go of patterns, control, fear, judgement, denial, blaming, over protection, arguing, changing, regret, guilt, rescuing and so much more. Every relationship has its challenges, and one of the secrets of happiness and serenity is to let go.
Definition of Red Flag: 1. A warning of danger or a signal to stop. 2. Noticing that something isn’t quite right with your man but dismissing it because you want to be with him, don’t want to be single, you like him, etc. What Red Flags Mean to Love
Guys are inherently goal-oriented in almost every aspect of their lives, and vacations are no exception. The vacation itself is the goal, and everything else, the tedious and annoying, but necessary obstacles that must be overcome in order to reach our objective (chilling in some exotic locale, surrounded by our favorite things: sun, surf, frosty beverages, and scantily-clad you). Guys tend to be more interested in the big picture than all the details. We generally perceive the minutiae of how we achieve our nirvana as a nuisance.