Making Relationships Work

Being in love is truly one of the best things in the world. It’s the reason we all want to be in a relationship. If we dread anything, it’s that it may end and find that we are to blame. Making a relationship last takes a lot of work and commitment from both partners. The following are a few tenents that every relationship should have. Read more

Communication is the Key to a Successful Marriage

Verbal communication is a tool for understanding other people, but wives and husbands know each other through non-verbal communication just fine. They can communicate without uttering a single word. You can talk louder in silence than you ever could with words. Read more

Overcoming the Darkness Inside of You

I was thirteen and making the decision of a lifetime. I had nowhere to turn except my heart. Deep down I knew I couldn’t do it, I couldn’t let someone suffer from my mistakes. The decision was made, I was keeping it. This little bundle of joy was now going to be my life. I was thirteen when I made love for the first time. Read more

Letting Go of Anger

I have a good friend who is a wonderful person in every way you can think of, except for one thing. She cannot let go of anger. Oh, I don’t mean she walks around angry all the time. Actually, she’s a cheerful, happy person until “that” subject comes up. What’s the subject? Well, in her case, it’s her relationship with her brother. Read more

The Five Love Languages

Some years back I read Gary Chapman’s “The Five Love Languages”. I was young and it was an interesting read but I hadn’t met someone with who I could practice. Years later, I find myself reverting to this book to help me understand the language of my partner and in my other relationships with family and friends and I use it to help guide me when I feel lost in understanding people. Read more

Loving an Only Child

What is the definition of a partner? A partner is someone that you can work with and depend on, or someone who is there for you in your times of need, and other times as well. In a relationship, a partner is someone that you can fight with, make up with, and fight with again. At the end of the day, you know that person is by your side 100% and is willing to do anything for you. Read more

Applying the Laws of Attraction

In this article, we’ll discuss using a powerful law of attraction based technique in relationships called “visualization,” which is so simple it’ll feel as naturally as day dreaming. If you’re familiar with the “law of attraction,” then this technique, which is basically simple day dreaming or fantasizing will be one you’ll enjoy using in every area of your life, including your relationships. Read more

Finding the Balance in Your Relationship

I’m sure you’ve heard plenty of sayings growing up such as “what you see is what you will get”, “what goes around, comes around”, and “what you give is what you get”. There are many variations of these sayings that have been passed from family member to family member. They have been repeated so many times that most of us grow tired of hearing them and think they are cliché. Read more

Tell Me Who Your Friends Are, And I’ll Tell You Who You Are

And it’s like blogging every day, constantly vocalizing your thoughts, without the salutations and formality, all for ranting sake and what not. You make yourself transparent, you keep not the secrets; you let loose of all your anxieties. Messages are important; delivery: inevitable, communication: vital. Read more

7 Reasons Why I’m a Bad Girlfriend

I had my first boyfriend at 24. When I met him two months before Christmas of 2013, I realized how empowered I was of being a woman. I was able to share with him all my comical stories of becoming this and that; giving out that piece of me I haven’t told anyone before. Read more