4 Words That Trigger Love in A Man | Dating Advice for Women by Mat Boggs

Who Picks Up the Bill? How Gender Role Expectations Ruin Relationships

Every single one of us are raised with different expectations of how we are meant to behave according to our gender. Culture plays a huge role, as does the expectations of the society around us: friends, family, television, etc. There are multiple problems that differences in gender role expectations cause. From the very first interaction, gender roles play a part. Who initiates contact? Who asks who out? A man recently told me that because he is a staunch feminist, he would never open a car door for a woman and he would expect any woman who experienced such an insult to experience a fit of righteous indignation. Yet, some women expect men to open car doors. For a woman who had come to regard men opening doors for women as a sign of courteous consideration, the man’s insistence on never opening her door could lead to misunderstandings and eventual arguments.

Why Some Relationships Work And Some Don’t

One of the reasons that my practice of Hand Analysis and Life Purpose Decoding is so accurate is because it is based upon FACT. A well known FACT about hands that is applied by police departments all over the world is that fingerprints are unique to each person and they are used to identify criminals who were specifically involved in a crime.

Why She Is Looking For a Father Figure

I grew up so hungry for a father’s love. I wanted his attention oh so bad, and so, I looked for this love from someone else… so goes the first few lines of a song I’ve written a year ago about my testimony. If I were to trace back where my being wayward began, I can trace it back to the void I had inside of me for a father’s love.

Romance and Manliness – 6 Ways to Keep Romance Alive in a Marriage

Every couple in a new relationship is filled with romance, passion and a wonderful zest for life. Although many men believe romance and manliness do not mix well, there are several different ways to keep manliness intact while still adding spice to a relationship. Once a couple has been together for a long time the passion and romance quickly simmer down to a more subtle tone or sometimes disappears altogether.

When Does Depression After Break Up End?

As a recently single person, depression is a natural response to an emotionally traumatic break up. But there is no magic button you can push to stop having depression after break up.

Emotional Support in Co-Dependent Relationships

This concept is very closely tied into co-dependent relationships, which is what this chapter is all about. Which person in a 2-person relationship provides the emotional support? By this I mean, who provides the understanding, compassion or advice? Who listens to the other person’s problems? The problem in a lot of co-dependent relationships is that one person is always talking about their problems and “leaning on the other person” for emotional support. And the other person is always listening and giving advice. These are the roles that are continually played out and never change.

3 Important Things to Know to Keep Your Relationship Strong

It is not hard to contemplate that a lot of effort is required to make a relationship work and last and anyone who has been a part of one will completely agree. Even though most people agree that they need to add a little special something, most people really do not actually know what that special something is.

Christian Relationship Help: Your Motives Determine What Is Right or Wrong for You

  This Christian relationship help will help you determine what actions are right or wrong for you. Difficult relationships have complicated dynamics. You are required to deal with problems, crises, and dilemmas.

7 Laws of Friendship and Relationship You Must Know!

The rules of emotional friendship you must know if you want be on top of things in your relationship. Discover the laws in this article. Please, read on!

How Can You Overcome the Fear of Change and Become Able to Develop a Satisfying Relationship?

You might be controlled by the fear of change. When you have a relationship that isn’t satisfying, you’re afraid to make changes or leave and give up the known and familiar, fearing pain and others’ reactions. When single, you hesitate to look for a partner out of fear of changing a way of life you have grown accustomed to and facing an unknown, uncertain situation. When you become aware of the fears which withhold you from making a change and overcome them, you become empowered to move forward, find and develop a satisfying intimate relationship.

The Importance of Understanding Reciprocal Relationships

Understanding Reciprocal Relationships is an important consideration in any attempt to develop, preserve, improve or enhance a relationship. Most people in relationships come by this understanding either by happenstance or through lifelong experience. Some never do, and end up with their relationship irreparably damaged or broken. “Reciprocal” is roughly defined as “given or felt by each toward the other; mutual”. The World English Dictionary defines it as “indicating that action is given and received by each subject”.

Four Dysfunctional Family Characteristics That You Can Change

Dysfunctional families have similar characteristics regardless of the individual problems. Here are four dysfunctional family characteristics that you can change: unpredictability, denial, generational effects, and unhealthy connections.

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