5 Essential Signs Your Relationship is Built to Last | Relationship Advice for Women by Mat Boggs

Being Happily Misunderstood

None of us wants to be misunderstood, but the fact is we’ll often be misunderstood. We don’t need to be rude or uncouth in response. It’d be far better to learn how to be happily misunderstood.

Relationship Wisdom – How To Negotiate a Couple’s Time

Being or becoming a couple means finding a balance between couple’s time and individual time. The amount of time will be different from couple to couple and it will also depend on the relationship stage that you are currently in. Let’s find out how you can manage this time to suit you personal needs.

A Dysfunctionally Functioning Family

I know I am not alone when I say that I have a dysfunctionally functioning family. Based on all the research I have done, and people I have spoken to, it is more common to have a dysfunctionally functional family rather than one that is “healthy.”

Alternatives To Hooking Up

Parents have a duty towards their children, and it’s not just about supporting them and helping them to succeed in life – it’s also about sharing wisdom and helping them see when they’re going wrong. What should we do, when we see our young people disappear off the right road and plough down a miserable and misguided path? Young people may believe that they are clever and that their new ideas are better. But they could be wrong.

Relax, It’s Okay, You Can’t, But, You Must!

There are few things we can’t do in life whether legally or illegally. One thing is that we cannot change ourselves! We cannot change who we are. The best we can do is yield who we are to another in hopes of becoming different and more desirable.

Project Part 2

You can ask any engineer, architect, or contractor how important is the foundation to any building, and they will all tell you the same thing: IT IS THE MOST IMPORTANT ASPECT OF THE ENTIRE PROJECT! Without a good foundation, the building will be compromised. The walls will crack, the building will tilt, the windows won’t open, the measurements will be off, etc, etc, etc…

Transforming a Relationship With ‘History’

History is impossible to rewrite, yet it’s possible to transform an imperfect past, by forgiving in the present, in order to forge a better future. It starts with us, today. As we add patience and grace to our interactions we forge that better future, one loving act at a time, never disconsolate at setbacks. We keep moving forward.

‘Why Is That?’ – Exploring The Curiosity Of Feeling

Why is there sadness? Why is there happiness? We feel along the spectrum of these emotions as well as a myriad of different emotions. We feel. Why do we feel? These are all important questions. When we explore further the meaning behind our emotions we can find a great deal of complementary meaning in life. Life makes more sense.

Targeting the Connection Zone

There are occasions, with the need of connection prominent, where we take the opportunity, and for a moment we connect. Using such a space, recently with my 13-year-old daughter, I suggested we go to ‘the connection zone’, to sit in the ‘connection chair’. It was said in jest, but it proved a point in retrospect: the nexus of life is found in this connection zone.

The Power of Respect: 5 Ways to Improve Relationships

How can respect improve our relationships? Here are 5 ways to add respect to the different types of relationships in our lives.

Radical Feminists: Reformers or Reprobates

Abigail Adams was wife of the 3rd president of the United States. She and John Adams fell deeply in love and were married in 1764. Their marriage was not just the union of a husband and wife. They were close companions, the best of friends. They counseled each other. They were lovers in the truest since of the word. Abigail was the daughter of a Congregational minister and professed to be a Christ-follower in 1759. She was not so unusual except for one major thing; she was a radical feminist in her time.

How To Get Him Back – Or Is He Gone For Good?

Did you think you were in a solid relationship but suddenly he’s gone? Do you wonder what you can do to get him back? Or, have you ever had a great time on a date, then never hear back from the guy? It’s distressing whether it’s a first date or a long time relationship. If you’d really like to get him back, there are things you need to be aware of and maybe even change.

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