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Easy Ways To Understanding Your Life Partner

Understanding Your Life PartnerYour life partner is that person whom you have committed to sharing the rest of your life with. Today, many relationships in this regard have gone sour simply because they know each other just on the surface. That means they never took time to get to understand who their partners really are as individuals. Concentrating on physical appearances, material possessions, financial well-being, fame or power can be very ephemeral and deceiving, and can rock the ship of relationships in a flash.

Since no one individual is the same with another due to nature and nurture, it becomes imperative for you to take that extra step to understand your partner. Understanding your partner means knowing the values, the aspirations and the priorities of the person. Do you know his/her ‘hot’ buttons? Do you know what tickles his/her fancy? What angers or pleases him/her? Can you predict your partner’s action or reaction at any point in time? There is therefore no gain saying that understanding your partner requires an extra effort. Because it is worth doing, the essence of this piece is to share with you some easy,

Make a Healthy Relationship

Healthy RelationshipIs there any way to determine if a relationship is going to work? First, a relationship is not a machine in which the laws of physics determine proper operation. We have to accept (which term as rich) that there is no magic wand that guarantees the success on loving relationships. As in so many things and aspects of our lives, effort and social learning, in the broadest sense, and education that we have received from our parents (in most cases) by transmitting healthy values are the elements that will enable us to work in the exciting journey of our everyday caring relationship.
How To Keep Your Relationship Healthy
While there are no written rules to ensure a healthy love mode “if you do this, now that,” however they do exist a number of verbs that can guide us in a very good direction to the goal of a healthy relationship and satisfactory: respect, compromise, communicate and share.
Respect
Is very well speak of respect for your partner. It’s very good. But you respect yourself / a? Do you still respect your

Long Last Couples and Their Secrets

Long Last CoupleThey might be 30, or 75. They come in all colors, shapes, sizes and income brackets. It doesn’t matter how long they’ve been together. Whatever the demographics, when you see a happy couple, you just know it!

How do these couples stay in love, in good times and in bad? Fortunately, the answer isn’t through luck or chance. As a result of hard work and commitment, they figure out the importance of the following relationship “musts.” Because few couples know about all of the musts, I think of them as the relationship “secrets.”

Long Last Couples and Their Secrets

1. Develop a realistic view of committed relationships.

Recognize that the crazy infatuation you experienced when your romance was new won’t last. A deeper, richer relationship, and one that should still include romance, will replace it. A long-term relationship has ups and downs, and expecting it will be all sunny and roses all the time is unrealistic.

2. Work on the relationship.

An untended garden develops weeds that can ultimately kill even the heartiest plants. And so it is with relationships. It is important to address problems and misunderstandings immediately. Some people believe good relationships just happen

Give Up On Getting My Boyfriend Back, Shoud I?

Is there every a time when you should just throw in the towel on the idea of getting back together with your boyfriend? Is this something that just isn’t going to happen? Or is it too soon to give up just yet? You know you still love him. You think he still loves you. How do you know when it’s time to let him go and just move on with your life without him? How do you make your heart ready to do that?

Letting go of the love of your life is never easy. In some ways, it’s harder when you know he’s out there somewhere moving on with his life – a life that doesn’t include you. Some days that may feel like a little too much to bear. Other days you are able to at least entertain the thought without your heart feeling as though someone is crushing it. Time isn’t a word you’re interested in hearing right now but it’s the one thing that is most on your side. In time you’ll find the healing you need to keep going and even to recover from the pain that’s taking over right now. Until

The Proper Way to Ask a Girl Out

Let’s take some time today to explain how to ask a girl out on a date. This part of the whole dating process is key because if you can’t get the girl to go out with you then you won’t be able to escalate at all. So I’m going to tell you about some key techniques on how to ask a girl out on a date.

How to Ask a Girl Out The Traditional Way:

In the past asking a girl out had to be done in a formal way and you had to wait to see if she liked you. That’s because if she didn’t like you this meant dooming rejection for you and more importantly no date. You would take a girl out several times and in the third or fourth date you can begin to escalate with her beyond holding her hand or putting your arm around her at the movies. This has been the traditional way on how to ask a girl out.

Today This method is done for. Things have changed, and even calling it a “date” could get the girl to reject you. So let’s look at the right

Successful First Call

Just like any other type of dating, with online dating their are “phases” of communication. First, you might get an instant message or a “wink” from someone. Most likely then you’ll move on to e-mails. In all likelihood before you set up a firm first date you might decide to chat on the phone. This phase of online dating can be nerve wrecking at first, but you’ll need to get comfortable with it if you are to experience the success you want at online dating.

So keep in mind that emails and instant messages are only good for a short period of time. You will need to take it to the next level at some point. You can’t always wait for the other person to make the next move. If you make the mistake of waiting too long, you are likely to lose out on the opportunity for a growing relationship altogether. Also, the longer you communicate via e-mail and chat, the longer you have to form an idea of a person in your mind, probably embellishing the parts you like and unknowingly squeezing them into your idea of a “perfect date”. That will lead to a

Approach A Girl?, Here its Tips

Let’s get right into it and waste no time with introductions, let’s try to answer the question of ‘how to approach a girl ?’ So you roll in to your favorite club, bar or coffee place and you see the girl of your dreams, What do you say now?

How to Approach a Girl No No’s!

First off, I don’t want you guys going up with a cellphone to your ear pretending to be on the phone with LeBron James. Also, flexing your muscles is also becoming obsolete I’m afraid. Seriously here though, the one thing that kills guy approaching a beautiful girl is thinking about what to say to her too much. This is killer right here. I can remember the times where I must’ve rehearsed the line I was going to say to her ten times in my head and the time came I either wussied or sounded like a complete dork because I was stuttering like crazy.

Now that that’s out of the way, let’s look at some proven techniques on how to approach a girl.

How to Approach a Girl #1

Don’t Think About It

Thinking about what

Guide in Abusive Relationships

A notable minority of young people experience some form of aggression from their partner in their early relationships.

While the numbers vary from study to study, somewhere between 10%-48% of teens report experiencing physical aggression in their dating relationships (pushing, slapping, hitting, hitting the partner down), and one-quarter to one-half of report psychological aggression (making fun of their partner, screaming in their face, calling them names, saying negative things about their appearance).

Some 31% of girls and 16% of boys also experience sexual violence in their early relationships.

In some cases, the abuse can be less easy to spot. See our article on Controlling Partners for more information.

Why do people stay in abusive relationships?

Young people often stay in violent relationships for a number of reasons:

  • they may feel guilty
  • they may feel like it was their own fault
  • they may justify the behaviour as ‘caring’
  • they may begin to see the behaviour as normal
  • or it may be that having a boy/girlfriend brings status.

Some people may think that if their partner is violent, it’s just a one-off occurrence. However, evidence shows that a violent partner is likely

How to Deal Stress as a Couple?

Research suggests that a little stress can be good for you. Stress can help you perform better in job interviews or when speaking in public. It can also heighten your excitement when participating in some sports.

However, stress – like alcohol – is best served in moderation. Too much stress can lead to illness as well as physical and emotional exhaustion.

Learning to deal with stress can help you avoid burning yourself out, and can help you through difficult times in the future.

What causes stress in a relationship?

Many things can cause stress – and in some cases, there are no obvious causes of stress. However, when it comes to couple relationships, a lot of things that cause stress are the same as those that cause arguments:

  • Money
  • Lack of sleep caused by pregnancy/ new parenthood
  • Parenting
  • In-laws
  • Employment
  • Health/ illness

What are the impacts on the couple relationship?

Couples who experience a lot of stress may be more sensitive and react in a worse way to the daily ups-and-downs of their relationship, compared to couples who experience less stress.

Stress may also cause couples to communicate less effectively with one another and find it

Summer Holiday as a Couple

For many couples, going on that first holiday together is considered a major milestone in the relationship.

Like any holiday, your first romantic trip together requires a lot of planning, and isn’t immune to disaster!

Whether you’re heading to Blackpool or to the Bahamas, the following tips should help you and your partner make the most of that first holiday together:

  1. Manage your expectations

    No doubt you’ve dreamed of what your first holiday together will be like. You may have visions of you holding hands and skipping across the beach and dining in the fanciest restaurants – but your other half may be planning a full-on adventure weekend full of ziplines, white water rafting and sleeping rough in the woods!

    When expectations don’t match, couples are bound to clash. So, before you jump on a flight together, talk about what you want to get out of the holiday.

    If you’re both on completely different pages then tips 2 and 3 may help you out.

  2. Make compromises

    When you’re both hoping to get different things out of the holiday, an easy way to keep everyone happy is to come to a compromise. Plan your trip so that you

Problem of Complicated Relationships

When people list their relationship status as “it’s complicated”, you may wonder what could be so complicated about it. Surely you are simply ‘single’ or ‘in a relationship’, right? Well, new research has emerged suggesting that for young people in particular, it’s not necessarily so straightforward. Although monogamy – an exclusive relationship with one partner – is still considered the ‘norm’ in our society, more casual relationships are increasingly common for adolescents.

When someone says ‘I’m in a relationship’, there’s a good chance you’ll picture a man and a woman in a steady, sexually exclusive relationship. And you wouldn’t be alone with that assumption. A study by four authors published[1] in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships[2], confirmed that despite Western society becoming ever more permissive and accepting, monogamy is still considered to be the most desirable and ‘normal’ way to engage in a relationship.

So what’s the problem? Well, monogamy being placed as ‘the normal thing to do’ can mean that anyone choosing a non-traditional form of relationship, such as polyamory (multiple partners) or an open relationship (not sexually exclusive) may feel marginalised and excluded when it comes to sex and relationship advice and

Ways to Have a Good Breakup

How to end a relationship

Is there a right way to break up with someone? Does it really make a difference how you go about severing the tie that once kept your hearts intertwined?

Well, yes it does, actually. And there are two key variables you should try to keep in mind. The first is how direct you are, and the second is how much concern you express towards the person you’re breaking up with [1].

The more direct you are, the more considerate you’re likely to be. Imagine a scenario where you break up with someone by avoiding them, or drifting away, or even putting all your flaws on display in the hopes that they’ll break up with you.

Not only would that show a lack of compassion on your part, but it’s might also make things harder after you breakup. So, while ending a bad relationship is sometimes the right choice to make, it really is worth trying to do it as kindly as possible.

While it may seem harder, being direct is a much more compassionate way to leave your lover. Be clear that you want to end the relationship,

Be More independent in Relationship

It might seem like making a commitment has to mean letting go of some of your independence, but couples who retain a sense of personal independence may be quicker at resolving arguments and better able to invest in the relationship [1].

There’s something fun about merging your life with your significant other, particularly in the early stages, but it’s important to maintain the qualities that make you who you are as an individual – after all, that’s what your partner fell in love with in the first place.

Having an independent streak doesn’t mean you’re afraid of commitment – people with a strong sense of personal identity can actually be better communicators. They are less defensive, more honest, and more flexible. They find it easier to be open and to put things into perspective [2].

A strong sense of individuality, then, can mean you have stronger relationships. When you and your partner support and nurture each other’s need for independence, you can start to find a balance that means you’re also happier and more confident in the relationship [3].

If you’d like to reclaim a bit of independence as a way of strengthening your

Dating Someone from Another Country

Keeping lines of communication open can help strengthen your relationship, particularly if you and your partner come from different cultural backgrounds.

Historically, falling for someone from another culture might have been big trouble, but a lot has changed over the last few decades and people are generally much more accepting of young people’s choices of partner these days.

Research shows that dating across different cultures – which includes different races, ethnicities, or different faiths – has become much more common among young people and carries less stigma than it used to [1]. Some studies have shown that couples from different cultures might be more likely to experience conflict in their relationships.

Talking about these difficulties, however, not only alleviates the conflict but can actually help your relationship to develop and grow stronger [1]. In other words, having differences can be a really positive thing, as long as you celebrate them. Making an effort to understand and appreciate each other’s backgrounds can be an enriching experience that also helps you maintain your relationship quality.

If you have a partner whose religious beliefs are different to your own, you may find your differences are particularly pronounced,

Break Up, Should we ?

If you’re in an unhealthy or abusive relationship, figuring out the next step can be very difficult. You have feelings for this person and have developed a history with them. However, it’s the future, not the past, that you should consider. Will you be happy with them? Will you be able to achieve your goals? Will you feel safe? Whatever decision you make, we can help you plan for your safety.

Staying Together

If you decide to stay, make sure you are honest with yourself about your decision. While an unhealthy relationship can become healthy with enough time and dedication, it is unrealistic to “fix” an abusive relationship. Remember, at the end of the day, you can only change your own behavior — not your partner’s.

Another possibility is that you want to break up, but you may not be ready or it may not be possible to safely leave your abusive relationship. Try following these tips:

  • If you go to a party or event with your partner, plan a way home with someone you trust.
  • Avoid being alone with your partner. Try to make sure that other people are around when you’re together.
  • If you’re

The Best Communicate for You Both

Open, honest communication should be part of every healthy relationship. Use the guidelines below to open up the channels of communication between you and your partner. If you’re in an unhealthy or abusive relationship, be careful using these tips. You know your relationship best. If any of these tips would put you in danger, don’t try them.

For healthier communication, try to:

  • Find the Right Time. If something is bothering you and you would like to have a conversation about it, it can be helpful to find the right time to talk. Try to find a time when both you and your partner are calm and not distracted, stressed or in a rush. You might even consider scheduling a time to talk if one or both of you is really busy!
  • Talk Face to Face. Avoid talking about serious matters or issues in writing. Text messages, letters and emails can be misinterpreted. Talk in person so there aren’t any unnecessary miscommunications. If you’re having trouble collecting your thoughts, consider writing them down ahead of time and reading them out loud to your partner.
  • Do Not Attack. Even when we mean well, we can sometimes come across as

Communicate If You Get Mad

It’s okay to get mad in a relationship – everyone does at some point! What’s important is that you resolve conflicts in a healthy way. If you get mad with your partner, here are a few steps to take:

  • Stop. If you get really angry about something, stop, take a step back and breathe. Tell your partner you’d like to take a short break before continuing the conversation. Give yourself time to calm down by watching TV, talking to a friend, playing a video game, taking a walk, listening to some music or whatever helps you relax. Taking a break can keep the situation from getting worse.
  • Think. After you’re no longer upset, think about the situation and why you got so angry. Was it how your partner spoke or something they did? Figure out the real problem then think about how to explain your feelings.
  • Talk. Finally, talk to your partner and when you do, follow the tips above.
  • Listen. After you tell your partner how you feel, remember to stop talking and listen to what they have to say. You both deserve the opportunity to express how you feel in a safe and

Unhealthy Relationship

Relationships that are not healthy are based on power and control, not equality and respect. In the early stages of anabusive relationship, you may not think the unhealthy behaviors are a big deal. However, possessiveness, insults, jealous accusations, yelling, humiliation, pulling hair, pushing or other negative, abusive behaviors, are — at their root — exertions of power and control. Remember that abuse is always a choice and you deserve to be respected. There is no excuse for abuse of any kind.

If you think your relationship is unhealthy, it’s important to think about your safety now. Consider these points as you move forward:

  • Understand that a person can only change if they want to. You can’t force your partner to alter their behavior if they don’t believe they’re wrong.
  • Focus on your own needs. Are you taking care of yourself? Your wellness is always important. Watch your stress levels, take time to be with friends, get enough sleep. If you find that your relationship is draining you, consider ending it.
  • Connect with your support systems. Often, abusers try to isolate their partners. Talk to your friends, family members, teachers and others to make sure

How To Choose Online Dating

Whenever someone asks me how I met my wife, I proudly say, “Online!” But of course, I think to myself… Where else would one meet up with one’s significant other nowadays?

Actually, my attitude is probably not the norm in society. At least not yet. But before long, it wouldn’t surprise me to find that online dating has surpassed other forms of meeting one’s significant other. Why? Because it is more efficient, produces better matches (and dates!), and allows love to bloom when the silly things (such as actually having something in common) are already taken care of ahead of time.

More Efficient

Using online dating services are far more efficient than other methods of dating. Getting set up by friends or family is purely a hit-or-miss proposition. While well-intentioned, friends and family often don’t really know us half as well as they think they do. We don’t often share all of the intimate details of our lives, our likes, dislikes, hopes, and dreams for the future with everyone. So people can get somewhat biased ideas of what we’re like, because they only see what we’re like with them.

Office romances, while convenient, are