No matter how hard we try, disagreements in the relationship are inevitable. Misunderstanding, broken agreements, unmet needs, unhealed wounds and other reasons push us straight to the conflict. Relationship friction alone is not a problem. The most important thing is how we react to them. Strong relationships rest on partners’ ability to quickly restore intimacy after it has been broken. Look at the following examples: Continue reading
People who are afraid to love may have several platforms to cultivate their fear. The most common option why people are afraid to love is a global disappointment in love experienced in the past. The classic version of the development of events: a person experienced great love and was ultimately left alone with his suffering. Continue reading
Treason is an unpleasant and, of course, painful topic. We tend to act in two ways. Avoid, do not believe that it is possible, or “work ahead of the curve” – to suspect, follow, jealous.
Often we begin to “wind up” ourselves and see what is not. And so we can provoke treason. And if they already suspect of all sins – you can “go to the left.” Continue reading