They're not all as pessimistic about love as you might assume.
The promise of the perfect match or soulmate sells more subscriptions than the uncomfortable truth: the bonding of similarly
My life as a single woman isn't just a prolonged state of waiting to be swept off my feet.
The highs and lows of constant uncertainty in a relationship should not be mistaken for passion or love. They may feel like that, but they're not. Don't let emotionally unavailable people turn you on.
As a couple, it's very easy to get lost in the day-to-day craziness of things. There's so much to do, so many people to take care of and a plethora of deliverables to be accountable for. So how do you stay relevant as a couple?
After a lifetime of false starts, an O editor finds the soul mate within.
Believe in staying together forever in a world that can't stop breaking up.
Pick authenticity over attraction. A person can come across awfully tempting in the beginning, but don't let first impressions
This was originally published on Healthy Relationships with Kyle Benson. The topic of the conflict doesn't matter in terms
Set an intention with all the resources that have been given you and take a stand to create what you most desire. Your own consciousness, inner and outer, and your beliefs in your power to create are at your disposal. In order for love to happen to you, you must make an effort to go towards seeking, allowing and finally receiving it.
When understood for the beauty that it is, the true nature of life and soulmates is exquisite -- a sublime melody that plays on throughout time.
Different partners draw out of us different emotions -- some we didn't even know we had -- and sustaining a relationship becomes tedious from both ends. But we must ensure that at least we're doing our part. So how do we navigate it through it all and improve the quality of our love?
Darling: long have i waited for you to arrive.
I know that death ends a life, not a relationship. This is true for all of us who love Laurie. I will be "calling" her many times for advice in the years to come, I know. But damn it, I want her voice, her humor, her wisdom here.
Over the weekend, I attended a conference that focused on relationships and the various ways we can engage both mindfully and heart-fully with each other.
I wish I had science to tell you if soulmates are in fact real, but instead I found a set of amazing research looking at whether the belief in soulmates helps or hurts us. It all boils down to how you answer this question:
Conversations are frequently animated but weighed. I cannot imagine myself telling a friend that he or she has put on a hefty amount of weight or the dress makes them look particularly hideous. The same goes for my relatives too.
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