Insecure attachment styles prevent a person from forming healthy emotional connections. What attachment style do you have? Do you try to start new relationships but come up blank? Is finding friends difficult for you? Do you have trouble relating to your business associates? Some people feel that health and well-being are the keys to happiness. Others believe that a person's joy stems from having lots of money. These keys unlock the happiness door, but there is another you should not neglect - your social life.
Have you ever been in a relationship with a person who nearly drove you out of your mind? Did they have a way of making you feel guilty beyond belief, even though it was them who made missteps in the relationship? You may have been the unfortunate victim of gaslighting. If you have experienced similar scenarios in your current relationship, you should take steps to find out what being gaslighted means. Watch out for signs that your partner is subjecting you to such treatment. What
Opposites attract, as the law of magnetism states. It is a true one and indeed, and applies in relationships. Diametrically different personalities attract each other like the opposite poles of a magnet. So it is with empaths and narcissists. Each personality type has distinct traits. While the former character is sensitive, astute and self-sacrificing, the latter is manipulative and egocentric. A relationship between them is a time bomb waiting to explode. Traits of Empaths and Narcissists 1. Spotting the Empath The word Empath sounds like
Do you dream about finding true love? The Chinese five elements will help you out! The meeting of two characters is like the contact of two chemical substances; they transform if there is a reaction. – Carl Jung Many factors govern relationships. Two people may gel or part for many reasons. World-renowned psychiatrist Carl Jung who founded analytical psychology was spot on about the necessity of a positive reaction when two personalities meet. The Chinese believe that the five elements determine a person's character. Just as
There is a lot of stigma surrounding cat people and dog people, and it seems that people just can’t like both. There have been many psychology articles that detail the different ways in which dog people and cat people think, and their personality types. Mainly, dog people are more extroverted whereas cat people are more introverted. A recent Facebook study has found that stereotype to be, for the most part, true. Facebook carried out a study on over 160,000 American profiles, using object recognition technology
Why should you date a person who accepts you the way you are? Well – the way you are can mean different things. There are a few possible scenarios. We should be clear about which one we’re in before proceeding. Scenario #1: You’re with someone who doesn’t accept you the way you are because you behave in an unacceptable manner. You have a wandering eye....you drink too much....you act out - that kind of thing. You recognize this, and you admit that you could benefit from making
Do you believe that you have some 'bad' personality traits? Below are some personality traits that shouldn’t be viewed as flaws but instead endearing traits that a lot of people “suffer” with. 1. You embarrass easily The physical signs of embarrassment are often worse than the event themselves. The flushed cheeks, the light sweating, perhaps even excessive chatter can lead people to surgery to hide these “flaws”. However, a study was undertaken by psychologists Feinber, Willer and Keitner have shown that these so-called flaws can
Have you ever wondered why opposites attract? When it comes to relationships, finding the ideal partner could be easy for some and difficult for others. This is because it’s heavily dependent on the characteristics we value most in people. Have you ever thought that it is quite a cruel joke of nature that so many of us find ourselves attracted to people who are very much unlike us - those who are totally different? Why does this happen? Why is it that we often choose