Where are you now? What is your current status in love matters? Are you alone? Has your heart been broken? Or are you in a relationship but there are some doubts? Or maybe you are married or divorced? Please excuse these private questions but your status is crucial to know why you wish to find an answer to the title question.
By the way, the question is not serious to the end, it can’t be as how may it be possible to learn how to fall in love with someone? Is falling in love something that can be piloted? Can it be defined or described? Continue reading
How do you know when you like someone? If you’re like most people, it’s a gut feeling. You just “know.”
As a result, if you asked a man to explain why he was attracted to a woman, he would probably tell you the wrong answers. He would say that it was her personality or her smile or the way she laughed. But he didn’t make the decision to be attracted to her from his head; he felt it in his heart. Continue reading
Relationship crises (break-up, affair, huge conflict, children problems) demand tremendous energy and often throw our lives off a healthy track – which further perpetuates our inability to respond in a healthy way to the crisis.
Don’t forget your body while you wrestle with a relationship or marital crisis. Continue reading
What is the greatest love of all? Is it the relationship you are currently in with your mate? Or is it with yourself? One of our greatest mistakes in life is Continue reading
Teen love? What would be sweeter? All of us are familiar with Romeo and Juliet, the well-known play of William Shakespear. It is the best illustration of teens in love. The leading female cast, Juliet, has not yet even reached the age of fourteen at the start of the story. However, the age of Romeo, the leading male cast was not revealed. Many believed he was older than Juliet. Their love story, unfortunately ended in tragedy. Continue reading
You just broke up with your ex. You have successfully drove your ex love out of your life. No more pointless fights, no more sleepless nights, no more crying yourself to sleep, and all that jazz. But after some time, Continue reading
To love yourself is important especially when you are in a codependent relationship. It is essential to your welfare and happiness. You need to learn to value yourself and your life. It is imperative that you honor the feelings you feel, but you should not base your self-worth on external sources. Your self-worth comes when you start looking within and being glad of who you are. Continue reading
There is the classic saying that no man is an island. We are made to belong, and in loving someone we find meaning in life. Loving someone exclusively, feeling that you belong to that person entirely can be very fulfilling Continue reading
You may have heard the old saying, “You can’t love someone else until you love yourself.” That old saying is true in many ways and is even more relevant when you are trying to save your marriage during a recession. Continue reading
Do you feel unloved? Do you know what would make you feel loved?
Ask yourself: Who do you feel loved or unloved by? Your partner? Your parents? Your children? Yourself? God? Continue reading