Getting back with an ex-boyfriend or girlfriend can be good or a disaster. There are ways to tell if this move is a logical strategy. I’m guilty. I started thinking about getting back with an ex, and I did so. I was married once, for a long time, and then I was divorced. After a few years of living single, I found myself getting back with an ex…my ex-husband. Unfortunately, I am divorced twice from him now, and I know that we were not meant
One of the biggest psychological problems that both women and men deal with is jealousy in relationships. So what are its hidden causes? The sense of jealousy, as long as it is kept under control and remains within the limits of common sense, may be beneficial. It is a sort of proof of love for our partner. However, when jealousy in relationships is out of control when it becomes an obsession, it takes pathological forms, and this can have extremely serious consequences in a relationship.
It’s a mindset, honestly. If you want to understand how to get over your ex, you have to learn to love yourself and become acquainted with who you really are. For some of you, learning how to get over your ex is easy. For others, it’s one of the hardest things you will ever do. It’s about a mixture of self-esteem, history, and children, if applicable. Some factors of holding on to a relationship are positive/some are negative. It’s all how you look at it,
Most people would agree, it is not fun feeling alone. However, if you have a real, genuine fear of being alone, it is even less fun. It can actually be terrifying. The sad thing is that so many people get involved in relationships, based on this fear rather than actually having a genuine connection to the other person. We might find it easier spotting it when it's someone else's relationship, such a friend or relative. It is a lot harder to spot the signs that
Commitment phobia could be to blame if you struggle to form healthy long-term relationships. Check the signs below to know for sure. Forming meaningful relationships comes naturally to most people, but for some it is difficult. There can be many reasons why some of us find relationships hard to maintain, but if the problem is actually staying in the relationship itself, this is a sign of commitment phobia. Those who have a commitment phobia feel real anxiety about remaining in a long-term relationship. They are
Although you may not actually realise it, you (and your partner) have been guilty of stonewalling one another at one point in your relationship. It is something that we all do from time to time and don't see it as being particularly bad, but the effects it can have on a relationship are much more serious than you may have thought. Let's discuss what stonewalling actually is first, then look at why it could be ruining your relationship. What Actually Is Stonewalling? You may know
Some people have faith that everything happens for a reason, while others are not so sure. Merely thinking about the possibility of this concept can be overwhelming. Your thoughts can spiral out in so many different directions and you can question even the most minute aspects of life; “Did that yellow butterfly just land on the bench for a reason?”. We can’t be certain if every little thing that happens is teaching us a lesson, however, if we choose to find a lesson or an
The topic of being a friends with an ex often comes up in friendship groups. Many believe it’s the worst idea ever versus those who think it’s nice to be civil to each other. It can be hard to let go and so staying friends without the sex can be a comfort. You can hang out, talk on the phone, go to the cinema, but without all the drama of a relationship…but is this a good idea? A scientific study has found that only people