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Why Deeds-of-Hate Don’t Work

Many people know this already, but the world works on love, on caring, on responsibility toward those ends, and in reciprocity. This is the Divine order, whether we like it or not. God has created life this way and loving action works harmoniously, whereas hating action divides, even – at its foremost – the self.

Perceptual Control

The Internet has completely changed the way in which we communicate with those around us, and in doing so it has also provided us with a means of controlling how other people see us. It gives us the opportunity to create alter egos whose role we repeatedly step in and out of when we are online.

7 Signs That Indicate It’s Bad Timing for a Relationship

Connecting with someone special can be a beautiful experience. However, both individuals must be able to commit and not let outside obstacles get in the way of their budding romance. Like everything, love can come at the wrong time regardless of how strong two people’s feeling are for each other. No number of marriage blogs will prepare you for the ultimate decision if you or your prospective significant other has something holding them back.

Privacy – A Vital Freedom We Should Want To Protect

The story of the girl in this article is a story close to the heart of every one of us. We each have ‘secrets’ highlighting places in our identities we make known to only a few; only a few get the gate pass into discreet corners of our hearts. When it comes to children, access to such otherwise hidden places are cherished, indeed. We don’t trample them.

Real Men Respect Women

Men must understand that women need to be treated like human beings and not treated as if they can be owned, utilised or used. Men can’t treat women like they often treat other men, not that other men should be treated anything less than human beings either.

Codependent Problems in Relationships

Codependency causes serious pain and affects the majority of Americans, both in and out of relationships. I know. I spent decades recovering. There are all types of codependents, including caretakers, addicts, pleasers, and workaholics, to name a few. They all have one thing in common: They’ve lost the connection to their core. Their thoughts and behavior revolve around someone or something external, whether it’s a person or an addiction.

Valentine’s Day Traps – 6 Tips to Avoid Them

Valentine’s Day is fraught with landmines, whether you’re in or out of a relationship – the grass isn’t always greener. Is your situation described here? Read six tips to having a great holiday.

Symptoms of Codependency

The term codependency has been around for almost four decades. Although it originally applied to spouses of alcoholics, first called co-alcoholics, research revealed that the characteristics of codependents were much more prevalent in the general population than had been imagined. In fact, they found that if you were raised in a dysfunctional family or had an ill parent, it’s likely that you’re codependent. Don’t feel bad if that includes you. Most families in America are dysfunctional, so that covers just about everyone, you’re in the majority! They also found that codependent symptoms got worse if untreated, but the good news was that they were reversible. Here’s a list of symptoms. You needn’t have all of them to qualify as codependent.

Couples Are Usually Happier Than Singles – If You Want a Relationship, Why Are You Still Alone?

In spite of the escalating number of divorces and separations, 80% of young adults say they are looking forward to a good marriage (or living together) and a satisfying long-term relationship. Studies conducted in the USA and European countries have shown that good marriage makes the individual happier, healthier and financially richer. If you agree with such statistics and wholeheartedly desire a relationship, why are you still alone?

Emotional Intelligence Skills: 7 Life Coaching Tips for Relationships

In a sports coaching lesson by the man who holds the world record for the longest cross country (XC) flight in a hang glider. Flying over 400 miles without a motor requires a wisdom that transcends the technical aspects of a sport. Mike Barber’s three step sports focus also explains emotional intelligence skills in a healthy relationship.

Making Your Man Happy – Tips Revealed

Keeping a man happy is not a tough task for a lady if she makes the best use of her female instinct. Here is the secret unveiled.

How to Choose a Spouse

Marriage can be a nightmare or a “heaven on earth” experience. The choice is in both the partners. The road of marriage is long and full of adventure. Why do I call it adventure? Here is a person you met as a stranger; you do not know their background yet you get so attracted to them and feel you can begin a new life together. The future looks bright and you are all in for a great time. Then “bam!” all hell breaks loose. Was it infatuation or was it love? It is hard to tell at the beginning but how can we try to avoid the most common mistake? I don’t think I love you anymore I am seeing someone else.

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