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10 Truths to Keep Your Relationship Healthy

10 Truths to Keep Your Relationship Healthy
I think it's easy to make things more complicated than they need to be. Here are some basic rules of the relationship road that will keep you headed in the right direction 1. Successful relationships take work. They don't happen in a vacuum. They occur when the couples in them take the risk of sharing what it is that's going on in their hearts and heads. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. There are no guarantees, but couples who practice these techniques have longer and stronger relationships than those who are not proactive in their love. Dr.

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Choose the Right Person For You When you’re looking to build a healthy relationship, how do you make sure someone is right for you? For a long time, I had no idea. So I asked other people what they looked for in a partner, and I got answers like… “A sense of humor, attractiveness, intelligence, creativity, sexual compatibility, passion, an active lifestyle, a stable career.”

50 Things Men Wish Women Knew I just came across this article and thought it would be great for all of us ladies on here. I know my single friends and I always question what guys really want and this gives us a little more insight into that. Not to mention it's some great advice from men about what they wish we ladies knew/understood about them. Hope you enjoy!! Love Quotes - StumbleUpon Love How You Love Me Love Quotes Passionate love is a quenchless thirst....Kahlil Gibran. Love is made by two people, in different kinds of solitude.

10 Ways to Perk Up Your Relationship If you've ever gotten relationship advice, you've probably heard plenty of don'ts. Don't nag. Don't stonewall. Don't blame. Guilt, Shame, Ecstasy Everyone has experienced guilt at one time or another. In fact, millions of people are burdened by feelings of guilt of all sorts, especially sexual guilt. But what is guilt? What, in particular, is sexual guilt? Where does it come from? Make Amends Edit Article Making Sense of What HappenedMaking a Plan to Fix ItFollowing Up Edited by Lucky7, MA, IngeborgK, Flickety and 10 others How to Love a Girl Who Doesn't Know How to Be Loved Whether we know it or not, we’ve all met some form of the typical “Miss Independent.” Some of us know her better than others; some of us claim that title ourselves. She’s the self-sufficient, somewhat mysterious go-getter with big dreams and an even bigger heart, though not everyone sees it at first glance. Some might see her as cold and distant, because she needs a significant amount of alone time to keep her from feeling scattered and spread so thin that she disappears. Sure, she has family and friends with whom she loves to spend much of her time, but it’s in her nature to crave those precious hours of solitude—being only with her thoughts, completely alone in a crowd or in the vastness of a quiet scene.

A Love Story About Getting Tangled Up, Emotionally and Literally - Kasia Cieplak-Mayr von Baldegg - Video Rhiannon Evans's Heartstrings is an amazingly expressive short animation about two little creatures falling in and out of love. The impossibly cute knit figures convey the range of emotional highs and lows of a relationship, accompanied by a barebones but perfect soundtrack. For lack of a better word, it's heatwarming. Stills from the video For more work by Rhiannon Evans, visit her Vimeo channel. Via Vimeo Staff Picks. You're Driving Me Crazy! Without doubt, there are big problems that afflict relationships; infidelity , abuse, and addiction are not perishing from the earth. A highly sexualized society delivers an alluring drumbeat of distractions. But it may be the petty problems that subvert love most surreptitiously.

Shame We feel shame when we think of poorly of ourselves. It is our sense of our own incompetence or powerlessness. Shame is the emotion that encourages us to do our best. When we are ashamed we may feel vulnerable and even helpless. Shame reflects a decrease in stature while pride is the emotion reflecting an increase in stature. Definitions

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