Improve Your Relationship with Men, Money & Work
Letting go of emotional pain is hard — especially because some of us aren’t even aware that we are in pain–we’ve just gotten used to things being sad and miserable and we can’t see beyond that. In fact, any other way to live life isn’t in our future because we have become so comfortable with how things are and we truly believe that’s the way things must stay–for us, at least. But that’s just not reality. Why would your reality involve pain, being broke, and miserable? Why you?
No relationship is perfect — and I’m talking about the relationships with your family members, wife, husband, girlfriend, boyfriend, and everyone in between. We all have good and bad interactions with them but with certain people –bad behaviors have become the norm and no matter what you do or say — it doesn’t stop. And that’s because you might be a pushover in your relationship! Don’t be a pushover.
How Age Differences Can Affect Dating by Isabel F. William
Relationships come with numerous obstacles and challenges, but sometimes, age differences are the crucial factor that can determine the “destiny” of some couples.
While age gaps are much more common in the modern relationships, they are still an important issue that couples should have in mind before taking their relationships to a more serious level.
If you’ve been dating a person who is much older or younger than you, you should be familiar with different ways how this can affect your future together.
Can’t Stop Fighting with My Husband
I posted something on Facebook and a close friend of mine replied and it grabbed my attention because her response was hilarious but very telling of what she was going through. Gifs are powerful, especially hers because it had a little duck being dragged around by a merry-go-round with his feathers being disbursed throughout the scene. Think DUCK EXPLOSION! I texted her and was on a call with her an hour later–there were deep issues happening with her and her husband. (Been there, done that)
Relationship goals vary from couple to couple but one thing every grouping shares is that they want their relationship to work. Some people want their relationship goal to be drama free, while others would like more adventure. Yet, if I were to ask you if you’ve discussed these “relationship goals” with your partner in detail…many of you would look me straight in the eye and say, “Are you crazy?” Why would I discuss that with them?