The return of intimacy to relationships is a serious topic. Sexual desires are directly related to our libido, and it can change over time. When is it still possible to return to its former proximity, and when not to try? We offer to test effective psychological techniques. BECOMING CLOSER DOES NOT GET IT IF … 1. You used to want a relationship with this person, and now, after a certain amount of time, he no longer excites you, even his smell annoys you.It is impossible to return intimacy to such relationships because they have already exhausted themselves. Libido is a thing that is often beyond our control. Continue reading
“What hides the lie.” USA, 2000 Director: Robert Zemeckis Cast: Michelle Pfeiffer, Harrison Ford A happy married couple finds themselves in a strange situation. The wife begins to imagine the ghost of a woman in distress. People around her consider her words to be hysterical antics or insanity, and her husband even says that she maliciously wants to distract him from his scientific career. Claire (the name of the heroine) begins an independent investigation, which leads to unexpected results. Continue reading
So is betrayal a betrayal? By the way, it is customary to give a negative color to betrayal in everyday life. By definition, betrayal is a failure to fulfill loyalty to anyone, but how do you know where the line is?
THIN FACE BETWEEN CHANGE AND BETTERNESS
Imagine that a friend takes your husband away, for you it will be a betrayal. But she will consider otherwise, for her it is love. Or your spouse, who at the altar promised to be with you for the rest of his days, and after 20 years his feelings died away – is he a traitor? Continue reading