When the honeymoon is over, many couples part ways with varying degrees of loss. They may just be deciding to leave rather than learn how to stay! If this is a relationship worth having, isn’t it worth fighting for?
Are you struggling to find a relationship where you feel that you and your significant other have chemistry? Read on for some information about the role that chemistry may play for you.
Although it is difficult to accept, we learn more from pain than from pleasure. Emotional pain gives us important information about our relationships, allowing us to make choices and changes.
Every choice has consequences in life. When you choose, do you consider whether your choice protects your important relationship?
Is your important relationship a partnership or is it “All About” one person? What is the difference? Read more.
Boundaries between important relationships and work/school life are increasingly blurred by the ready availability of various kinds of technology. It can be useful and it can be distracting and intrusive. How are the significant others in your life affected by your use of technology? How are you affected by their use of tablets, smart phones, laptops, etc?
Every day, from waking to sleeping, we all make many choices. When you choose, will it be for you, for your significant other, or for the relationship?