5 Clues Your Relationship Might Be At Risk
We’ve all had that sinking feeling at one time or another; that pit-of-the-stomach feeling that there’s something wrong in our relationship. If you’re feeling it, take a look around – do you see any of these revealing signs of relationship trouble on the horizon?The Secret of the Relational Life – Consultation, Communication, Compromise
Relatedness is something we cannot get away from in our world. Those who successfully relate with people, situations, and their environments have the most success in life. Much of this success relies upon these three C’s: consultation, communication, and compromise.Do You Regret Having Failed in Your Relationships? Make the Necessary Changes NOW – And Succeed!
The Top Five Regrets outlined here as related to a successful intimate relationship can help you consider how you “do” you own relationships. They can motivate you to think upon and reflect whether you allow yourself to be “who you are” in a relationship – or not; whether you allow yourself to express yourself or not; whether you are true to yourself or not. Becoming aware of the ways you approach relationships and interact with your partner is a key to being able to develop and maintain a truly satisfying intimacy.Attachment: What Causes Attachment Problems?
The term attachment is often used in the area of relationships and to describe what kind of relationship one had with their primary caregiver as a child. This first attachment plays a massive role in our development as a child and in how we are as adults.3 Ways to Help a Man Feel Like a Man
No matter what a man’s current situation may be, a man can often lose his sense of manhood. This is an awful place for any man to be stuck in and it will often affect all aspects of his life. When you start to notice a change in behavior, it is time to analyze it. Try to understand why he may be feeling like he feels. Try to help him deal with his feelings, as best you can. Here are a few things you can do to help him gain some of his manhood back in situations that you can control.Tips For Praying For Your Worship Team
Prayer Warrior leaders sometimes need to take a break from constant prayers and sort of take stock. We need to think and ask the Lord what more we can do to help and encourage the others on our worship team. Much of the inspiration we get comes from the Lord as we think about and meditate on the thoughts he gives us such as: “Pray without ceasing.” Experience shows us that prayers works. “More things are wrought by prayer than this world dreams of.” Positive prayers and thoughts beget more positive actions.Surviving Thankless Relationships
Wherever there is potential for thankfulness there will always be the potential for thanklessness. Wherever relationships exist there is the ability to love or refuse to love; to give or take. Thanklessness is the mark of lovelessness. What can we do about it?Why Would Some Men Be Afraid To Approach Women?
Just picture this scenario. You are tempted to approach a gorgeous looking woman who you are attracted to, but you find yourself breaking out in a cold sweat. If this is you, then it is time you read the most important newsletter ever!I Dare You to Love
Love is one of the most misunderstood or misused words in the English language. Wouldn’t it be wonderful for the word love to always evoke Truth in everyone’s mind and heart?Relationship Skills Determine the Character of Our Relationships
Relationship begins within. Individual skills create relationship; not destiny, not by finding the right person, the “soul mate” and not by having the right dependence, contract or religious blessing.Feeling As the Other Person Feels
As human beings we were made to connect. The capacity to feel as another person feels helps us to feel the highest of human experience; the blessings of kindness. This is love: to feel as another person feels; and to act in response.When a Woman Needs to Leave
This is an incredibly sensitive topic; a woman choosing to leave a relationship because it’s toxic, abusive, or neglectful. Having experienced this personally – when my first marriage folded – I can see why women need to leave a relationship where they perceive they cannot get through to their unresponsive men. At that time, I was hard to get through to, as it seems on reflection. That changed the moment the marriage ended – God shocked me into becoming a better, more perceptive listener. But, for that marriage, it was too late. Women do reach a time when their patience runs out; or worse, in the case of abuse, when they finally realise it’s no longer safe to stick around.