30s, commitment, love, relationships, single life
boyfriend, commitment, couples, divorce, friend zone, friends, girlfriend, growth, love, lovers, marriage, relationships, single
I have a question… Can you be in a deep relationship with someone and livein separate homes? “I’m asking for a friend“.
Honestly, how can you keep the sparks flying if you are around each other 24/7?
Lets look at the Cons
- you will have to explain your every move
- Having someone energy around you all day will interfere with your own vibrations.
- The more you guys are around each other the less you are excited to see each other.
I may be speaking from a single mind frame, but on the other hand the fact that I am single may be the reason why I am able to think outside of the box. “shrugs shoulders”.
boundaries , commitment , conflict , conversations , dating , love , talk , wednesday
can have extreme highs and lows. When I take a look back on some of my
relationships that didn’t work out, I noticed one thing that they all have in
common,I was not open about my needs early in the dating process. I was
just a go with the flow type girl and most of the times things didn’t flow my
way. What I’m sharing with you today are
fourconversations that I believe we all
should have at the beginningof the dating process. These
conversations give your possible partner
an understanding of what you are looking for and what they can expect from
Withsituation-ships on the rise, dating with purpose is very important. I want you to be open and honest with the person you are dating when it comes to the type of relationship you are looking for. When my boyfriend and I started dating…
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divorce, infidelity, love, marriage, relation, relationships, spouse, trust
Relationships are complicated. They are the most intricate designs we humans take pride in. So many variations, endless possibilities. Yet, due to this very nature relations are susceptible to damages. It takes a life to rebuild it.
When we talk about two individuals, the commitment brings them together. The trust and faith they have for each other build the foundation. On the flip side, relationships flounder when they face distrust, which, unfortunately, is quite common these days. Trust can be lost through rage, lies, violence, unethical activities, drug and alcohol abuse, and sexual infidelity. Trust is the bedrock of what makes relationships work. It is the fundamental process of love and intimacy. When trust goes, what goes with it are safety, security, respect, love, and friendship, replaced by anger, insecurity, anxiety, fear; the aggrieved person becomes like the police, the FBI, and/or the CIA. Life becomes laced with arguments, large…
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changes , children , fights , forgiveness , grace , happiness , love , marriage , patience , relationships , staying-in-love , trust , union
When thinking about relationships, you sometimes wonder how people last for over ten years together. You hear of people who have been married for over fifty years.
In our world, most people are in toxic relationships, I mean you hear so many stories, and even read about a lot of things online. Divorce seems common, and we always say love doesn’t really exist. Most of us watched our parents crumble in the name of love and relationships.
The truth is, it’s hard. Commitment is not easy, because you are sharing yourself and your life with another person. You know how, you fight with your siblings? That’s how you fight with your spouse, because you’re not one person, but two people trying to live as one. There are days you wonder what type of human they are. There are days when love doesn’t feel like it’s there, but you remind yourself…
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