Too much analyzing can be damaging to both your relationship and your mental health. Are you overthinking relationships too much? I have a friend who analyses everything, from conversations, text messages to looks she receives, it’s absolutely exhausting. I understand that as human beings it was extremely important to our survival that we quickly analyzed situations, but let’s face it, this is the 21st century. There are no saber-toothed tigers lurking in the jungle and most of us (thankfully) have what we need in life.
Here are some differences between mature relationships and immature ones that will help you find out what kind of relationship you are in. As the saying goes, you don’t know a real relationship until you are in one, but there are a few signs that your relationship is mature, rather than immature, making it much stronger in the long run. A loving connection with somebody is something that cannot be replaced, as long as it is the right kind of love. Mature relationships are built
If you seek to boost your career development, first of all, ask yourself the question: Can you distinguish the difference between a job and a career? If your answer is yes, then you know that the latter requires constant development and dedication. Those who see themselves as simply working a job are likely going to have no real passion for what they’re doing, and will simply endure it to make ends meet. If you want to turn your job into a career and elevate your
Do you feel that your relationship behaviors are maladjusted and imbalanced? Relationships are complex entities which are difficult for anyone to understand, including those in them. Like everyone else, you may want help to get a handle on yours. Unfortunately, going to school does little to help you manage them; you have to rely on your own devices. Here are some bad relationship behaviors that you should avoid at all costs. Recognizing the Signs of a Toxic Relationship To prevent your relationship from going south, you
Trust is so easy to take for granted. As employees and employers, as friends and spouses and family members, we tend to expect a lot of people to trust us and feel hurt when they don't. And with a little care, you can build trust to benefit both your professional and personal relationships. As I found out the hard way when I got caught lying to my parents as a kid, building trust after it's been broken and consciously withheld is much harder than building