Broken trust is difficult to heal and has irreversible effects on a relationship. Is it possible to restore it and give your partner a second chance? All this while, you thought you were in a happy relationship. Things were great until you learned that your partner was cheating on you. Suddenly, your world came crashing down and you were filled with all sorts of emotions ranging from hurt and pain to anger and shame. This is what broken trust does. Knowing that you have been
Falling in love is wonderful, but getting married is a completely different level in relationships. That’s why it’s so important to understand relationship rules offered by marriage counselors. When you’re young, falling in love seems easy. You think that just because you’re attracted to someone and love to spend time together, that this is enough to make a lifelong commitment. Well, think again. There are relationship rules that every potential couple needs to learn and understand before making any longterm plans together. These rules will
In this article, we will help you understand some of the qualities of good friends you should be looking for in people around you. This way, you will be sure that you are surrounded by true and good friends. "You can't choose your family, but you can choose your friends" is a phrase I'm sure we are all familiar with. And it ultimately is completely true. Our family is thrust upon us as soon as we are thrust upon the world. We inherit our family.
You may be thinking, what marriage advice could a divorcee give? But read on, you will be pleasantly surprised with what this divorced man has to say about maintaining a successful marriage. Here are sixteen pieces of marriage advice that if you are married, will help your marriage last the tests of time. If you aren’t married, it will give you some insight into how to sustain a healthy relationship. Gerald Rogers’s marriage ended in divorce, he lost the love of his wife but he
None of us really know how we’re going to react to unusually stressful situations. If there’s a death in the family or within a close friendship group, grief tends to surface in the most unexpected ways. Even people who think of themselves as well balanced or able to deal with stressful situations well, find themselves baffled by their own behaviour. So, what are the best ways of dealing with the day-to-day when life throws you a terrible card? 1. Don’t Bottle it Up: A lot
There are some things you should finally forgive yourself for. It may seem like a small thing in the grand scheme of things, but self-forgiveness is actually highly important when it comes to moving on to bigger and better things. The mistakes that we make can sometimes have a hold on us, but no-one wants to be stuck in the mud, right? So, take a look at some of the things you may need to forgive yourself before moving to the next stage of your
Comparing yourself to others can leave you drained, unhappy and ultimately insecure in yourself because you’re looking at the things that they have, that you don’t, instead of focusing on the positives you have yourself. In today’s society, it’s easier than ever to compare yourself to others around you. Making yourself feel this way has hugely negative effects that you may not even be realising. Constantly comparing yourself to others can slowly eat away at your self-esteem and leave you insecure about things you previously
The rich will become richer and the poor, the poorer. Why does this happen? The answer is simple – the law of attraction. You attract what you think. The concept of the law of attraction has been in existence ever since time unknown with pioneers like Newton and Einstein underlining its importance. However, it was with “Science of Getting Rich” by Wallace. D. Wattles and “The Secret” by Rhonda Byrne when people started using this principle. Is it as simple as the books on the law