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Will He Try to Win You Back?

  • Posted on April 1, 2016 at 3:57 am
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Will he try to win you back? You didn’t want to have to end your relationship, but the time had come. You couldn’t take it anymore, and called the relationship off. Now you can’t help but wonder if they will try to win you back. You don’t want the relationship…

Comparing Relationships: Is Theirs Really Better?

  • Posted on March 1, 2016 at 9:00 am
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Comparing relationships is a part of human nature. We see a man treat his wife or girlfriend in ways we wished ours would and become envious. Sometimes we wish we could have a relationship like someone else’s. When we are single, it seems as if every one on earth is…

One Lie Often Becomes Many Lies

  • Posted on December 7, 2015 at 10:00 pm
One Lie Often Becomes Many Lies

One lie often leads to many more. Once you lie, you often have to create more lies to back up your original lie. Many people try to find truth in lies and that is a big mistake. When someone has lied to you everything they say to back up that lie most…

Good Relationships are Worth the Wait

  • Posted on November 12, 2015 at 10:00 pm

Good relationships really are worth the wait. There is nothing wrong with keeping yourself open for the right person to come along. People have a hard time being single. It is so tempting to give the wrong people a chance, because it is tiring looking for the best match. So right from the beginning, even though the red flags are present early on, many people take the plunge and give a  ‘bad’ situation a chance. Then they spend an endless amount of time trying to make a bad relationship a good one.

The red flags were there as a warning that no good relationship would come from it, but they were ignored. Red flags are there for a reason. They are to help you to avoid bad relationships and experiences. If someone is lonely, or afraid they will grow old alone, they may stick out a bad relationship because they don’t want to start over. They feel what they have is better than nothing, and who is to say they would find better than what they have right now?

 Good Relationships are Worth the Wait

Good Relationships are Worth the Wait

These people should wait for an opportunity for good relationships rather than taking chances with such bad odds. It may make sense to some people to get involved with someone rather than wait around. The problem with that theory is that if you are with the wrong person, in a bad relationship, you will miss opportunities for good relationships.

People also learn bad relationship skills from bad relationships. They weren’t necessarily born with them, instead they learned from their bad experiences. They now take these bad relationship habits and skill and bring them into their new ones. Any wonder why they have the same problems in their relationships, one after the other? You could have been in a bad relationship with the wrong person. Just because you leave and start another one doesn’t mean you left that bad relationship behind. You will bring insecurities, ways of fighting, any list of bad habits along to infest your new relationship.

This is one of the main reasons good relationships are worth the wait. If your dating experience with someone has been horrible and totally stressful, why on earth would you enter into a relationship with them? That is going to be horrible and totally stressful too! A change in your status won’t make things better. Your dynamics are already there, and just changing your title won’t change a thing. It takes real effort and so much time to try to change dynamics once they are established. And even with all that effort and time nothing may wind up changing at all.

There is no way to avoid a bad relationship. Even the most cautious person can find themselves in the midst of a crummy relationship. That’s ok, as long as you get the hell out of there and spend an eternity trying to make it work. There has to come a time when you acknowledge it doesn’t work between you because it is not supposed to work. You aren’t truly compatible in important ways, don’t see eye to eye, and don’t want the same things. Don’t wait for things to get even worse. Cut yourself lose and seek something better, because good relationships are worth the wait, and the effort.

10 Ways to Date Smart and Safe

  • Posted on August 27, 2015 at 5:00 pm
10 Ways to Date Smart and Safe

Dating smart and safe can help you enjoy the process and find someone who is right for you. Too many people make mistakes during the dating process and wind up with relationships destined to fail. Dating should be fun and exciting. It shouldn’t feel like a chore or a road…

Waiting for Things to Get Better?

  • Posted on October 22, 2014 at 6:43 pm
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Waiting for Things to Get Better?

Do you find yourself waiting for things to get better? What makes so many people believe that the act of waiting will make things better in their relationships?

The passage of time clearly has shown them that things got worse, not better. So why are they continuing to hope,pray, and wait for things to get better in their relationship? Waiting around for the other person to change their habits, lifestyle, choices and behaviors is clearly not the right approach. Stop waiting for change, and begin creating the change.

There is a saying that you cant change other people. That is true, to a point. What you can change is yourself, and you can begin by changing what you accept,deal with, put up with, allow and wait for. In doing that, the other person is forced to make a change themselves or remain the same. If they really love you and are willing to change, then they will. If they don’t, they never were going to anyway.

What you set in motion by changing yourself instead of just waiting around is speed up the process. You will either get the changes in your relationship you were waiting for or you will lose the illusion that you had that is was ever going to change and get better.

You can wait in a productive manner, or a passive manner. If you have waited for improvements in your relationship only using your voice it may be time to add a little action as well. Words without action are empty. Empty words and threats rarely if ever make drastic changes. Those of you verbalizing the same demands for change over and over yet not getting them should know this. So stop waiting around for things to get better and make yourself better.

Make yourself a person who demands and gets respect. Make yourself a person who doesn’t put up with nonsense and drama. Make yourself a person who does not tolerate mistreatment. Make yourself a person who is willing to walk away from a situation or relationship that no longer serves them well. If you do that, you won’t have to wait too long for things to get better.

Things will change for the better from within, and cause everything else around them to change as well. So what are you waiting for?

Taking Risks in Relationships

  • Posted on August 15, 2014 at 12:49 pm

Taking risks in relationships is not always wise, but all relationships have an element of risk.

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Taking Risks in Relationships

When it comes to matters of the heart, taking risks in relationships almost always seems worth taking. So should you take the risk and enter into a relationship? The best course of action is to assess the risk. Don’t avoid it, acknowledge it. You will be better equipped to handle and perhaps even lessen the risks involved in a relationship if you see them clearly. Too often the risk factor is right in front of us, almost as a sign from the universe of what we need to watch out for. Think of it as what the worst case scenarios could be. When it comes to other areas of our life we often focus too much on worst case scenarios, yet in relationships, not often enough. The more we honestly realize how much of a risk we are taking, the better the chance we have of dealing with these risk as they arise. Our hearts, emotions, and happiness should be taken seriously. When it comes to our job we are very careful and often would never think of risking our jobs. We try and play it smart when it comes to our finances and income. We should be just as aware of what we stand to lose when taking risks in relationships.

Many people begin affairs because they are focused on the sex, the new feelings of romance and the adrenaline rush. You would be surprised how shocked many people in affairs are when they are caught. It is as if they never thought as seriously as they should what would and could happen if they got busted. Why? Before they acted and chose to risk losing their relationship, shouldn’t they have put more thought into the consequences? Just because you think you may avoid the consequences of any behaviors, actions or words that could affect your relationship, does not mean you will. Chances are you won’t. So really think about what you are risking as opposed to what you think you are momentarily gaining.

You do not have to take every risk that comes your way. You have free will and are responsible for the choices you make and the consequences you may face because of those choices. If the red flags are all waving regarding the person you are dating, why would you consider a relationship with them? All relationships have an element of risk. We get no guarantees that it will work out. No amount of research beforehand can eliminate all the risks. But shouldn’t we only take those risks that have a better chance at a better outcome? You wouldn’t bet your savings if you only had a 10 percent chance of winning would you? You wouldn’t take the risk. Why then would you risk your heart, your love, your happiness, your body, mind and soul on a risky relationship with terrible odds? Sure, you can say it is because you love the person. But there was a time when you felt less for them, at the beginning. It was at that time that you could have bailed and chosen not to take the risk. Sure, it would have hurt, but not to the depth you would now if you ended it. Never be afraid to put the brakes on a relationship if the risks are too high. You could save yourself a lot of heartache and wasted time down the line.

Dating VS Relationships: Differences Between Dating vs Relationship

  • Posted on June 8, 2013 at 12:46 pm
Dating VS Relationships: Differences Between Dating vs Relationship

There is a big difference between being in a relationship and dating. When a couple starts dating, they are supposed to use this time to get to know one another and decide if this person is right for them to have a relationship with. Too often people want to fast…

Romantic Partner Emotionally Unavailable or Physically Unavailable?

  • Posted on April 9, 2013 at 9:17 am
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Are they not available?

At times you may find yourself in a relationship with someone who is just emotionally unavailable or physically unavailable. Sometimes they can be both. Life is just too short to waste on someone who is unavailable, because these guys and girls, are very difficult to be with in the first place. When you are emotionally available to them but they are unemtionally available to you, the relationship will be very unbalanced, dysfunctional and draining. This situation happens quite a bit when it comes to matters of the heart, that the one we love is emotionally unavailable but what can be done about it? Sometimes the relationships we want to work out the most, don’t. Not all emotionally unavailable men will stay that way. Will the one you love ever be emotionally available to you? Is there any way you can help create that change? Loving someone who is emotionally unavailable is very draining because you are doing all the work. They are doing nothing. You are giving and not receiving anything. You can only do that for so long until all your reserves are gone. Sitting back and hoping for change is not going to fix this dysfunctional relationship.

 

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Psychic Dating Advice To Find the Right One For You

  • Posted on March 9, 2012 at 2:33 pm
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Psychic dating advice can really help women who are re-entering the dating scene or those who have had no luck in it. Psychic dating advice can prevent you from going out with the same Mr. Wrong over and over again. You want a serious relationship, but the wrong guys want…