If you’re in a healthy relationship, you will know by the characteristics displayed. There are certain traits which define your partnership. In case you didn’t know, perfect relationships do not exist. However, healthy relationships do, and with the right balance, you can have a healthy relationship. Yes, it’s possible to cultivate a great union with your mate. Now pay attention, because a relationship has the ability to make your life better or worse, and that’s the key to understanding what works and what causes problems.
Do you wonder if you have a genuine emotional connection with your partner? This question makes much sense when we are talking about new relationships. In the beginning stages of a relationship, determining if you have a strong emotional connection with your partner can be quite tricky. Maybe you’re questioning if your feelings for your partner are truly genuine, or if he or she is as invested as you are in the relationship. Or, maybe you’ve hit it off physically and you have no idea whether
Not recognizing the traits that all unhappy relationships have could keep us in a partnership that is bad and even damaging for our self-esteem. It is vitally important that we learn to see these traits for what they are and understand why they are present in all unhappy relationships. We ought to know immediately if we are in an unhappy relationship, but sometimes, because we are too invested or involved with the other person, we miss the tell-tale traits. Here are ten traits that are
Relationships can be complicated at the best of times, but there are some relationships that can turn toxic. How to recognize a controlling relationship? This can sneak up on you, or it could happen all at once, but once it happens it can be detrimental to both partners in the relationship, and to those around them. All relationships can be at risk of turning toxic, no matter the age, gender or sexual orientation, so you need to be aware of the signs of a controlling
An attention seeker is someone who acts solely in a way that is geared towards garnering the attention of other people. The attention they get makes them feel better about themselves, boosts their self-esteem, and it doesn’t matter if that attention is good or bad. Some people can’t help but seek attention, and they can mistake it for earning people’s respect. However, some attention seekers are willing to sink to devious levels just to get the attention. Here are ten the ways you can spot
Namaste is a word that has become extremely popular among new age spirituality and yoga practitioners. But what does Namaste mean? Avid readers of LifeAdvancer will have probably at some point in their lives attended a yoga class (and hopefully regularly) and heard this spoken at the end of a class, normally with palms together pressed to the chest with a slight bow of the head, but did you ever asked yourself: what does Namaste mean? It is a way for Hindus to greet one
When it comes to cheating on a partner, most people imagine ultimate betrayal in an obvious way. The truth is that cheating can come in many more subtle forms, so subtle that some people don’t even realize that they are cheating. If you notice yourself doing any of these six things you may want to be careful and consider your actions. 1. When you’re always thinking of someone else. People always say, “It’s the thought that counts”, but is that true with cheating? Is actually
It seems like today, people seek attention more than anything else. However, respect is much more precious than attention, and here is why. We have a mainstream culture which supports instant gratification, from posting on Instagram only to count your “likes”, to fishing for approval when talking to others around you. Have you ever paid a compliment to a friend just to see if he or she would return the favor? We do this because we want to be liked and validated. We want to