7 Questions To Make Him Crave You! ft. Mat Shaffer




Building Others Up – A Gift That Gives Twice

There is no greater role, nor purpose, nor privilege than building others up. This is not about worthless generalisations or charmless flattery. This is about considered thoughts that have become acts of kindness, for their building up – to help them soar. Many times it’s not about what we say, but what we don’t say.

Relationships: Why Do Some People Fear Being Alone?

While someone can be by themselves, it doesn’t necessarily mean that they will feel lonely. To be on their own and away from others could be something that they enjoy; with one feeling energised by it.

Making Things Right Having Done Wrong

Having resolved that what we did was wrong, we have a number of choices. Will we consider the losses to the other person – not just materially, but intangibly too – and make amends, or will we just wing it? After all, if we pretend that no amends is needed maybe they will, too, out of being polite. However… A morally fair and spiritually sane person will see amends as the only option.

For the Honor of a Sister! A Bible Lesson

What would you do for honor? And to whom would your actions extend? Simeon and Levi, “big” brothers to their sister Dinah decided to right a wrong done her taking no thought of the consequences of their actions. Their justification: “Should he deal with our sister as with an harlot?”

Is Your Spouse in the Way?

Let’s cut to the chase. We all deserve to do what we love and take action on the opportunities that will help us do just that. No one should have to settle for less and stay stuck in a soul-sucking situation. There I said it. The truth is that we’ve been brought-up to believe that we have to work hard doing something we don’t love in order to make a living to continue doing what we don’t love. If your beliefs were different – that you can do what you love, make a lot of money doing it, and that it can be easy to do it – imagine the life you could have! It’s really about getting out of your own way – meaning a shift in perspective – in order to live a life you really love.

Encourage the Weary

SATISFYING had my day been, when, as I boarded the train to go home, I noticed a mid-40s woman sit down in front of me (I stood only a few metres away [I sit so much elsewhere, I find it’s nice to stand on public transport.]). Suddenly she dove into her handbag and retrieved her phone. Frantically, she dialled a number and waited. She had left something on at her workplace and it needed to be turned off. When she finished her call, she was visibly drained, and indeed, a moment of despair appeared to be her realisation. I prayed for her.

Are You Relationship-Avoidant?

Most people say they want to be in a relationship, yet they consistently do things that keep them from achieving this. If you answer yes to some of the questions on the following list, you might be relationship avoidant – which means that you likely have a fear of engulfment. Do you consistently choose unavailable or inappropriate people?

Freedom From Guilt From Forgiveness

Both bitterness and guilt have their points, but we can’t stay there. Forgiveness straddles both bitterness and guilt and provides a way through to healing. We could have all done better. Let it go.

Why Relationships Fail

Most people, when asked if they want a loving relationship, will say that having a loving relationship is one of the two most important things to them – along with having work they love. Why, then, do so many relationships fail? If we want to go deeply into why relationships fail, we need to go all the way back to the parental relationship.

Always “Sweat the Small Stuff”

When it comes to building a business, a relationship or just self-care, it’s the small things that truly matter. A simple thank you, following up promptly, or taking some time out for ourselves; these are the small things that will make a tremendous difference in your life. Let go of the small things you can’t control and focus on the ones that will add value to your life and those you care about.

Can The Bible Help Me in My Marriage?

This article deals with how the Bible can help us have a good relationship. There are principles of marriage that are centuries old yet still relevant today.

Why Feelings Are So Vital In Communication For A Successful Relationship

Feelings are what they are… They are about as close to the truth as anything. We feel what we feel, and, without judgment and condemnation, our feelings can help to explain a great deal of the mysteries of God – if we allow them a voice.

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