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Love isnÂ’t love if youÂ’re not willing to sacrifice something for it. It may be as big as giving up all of those you own like wealth and material things in exchange for a simple life with the one that you love, or something as small as giving 5 minutes of your time even if youÂ’re very busy just to talk to your special someone.
Published by Alma Galvez 96 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +47 votes | 29 comments
Some people say that theyÂ’re in love with love, but if you find yourself doing things that you donÂ’t usually do for a special someone then, you might just be truly in love with that person.
Published by Alma Galvez 100 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +33 votes | 24 comments
Some men shy away from making marriage commitments for a number of reasons. As long as these reasons exist, the most caring man in the world will still shy away from making a proposal.
Published by A. Smith 83 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +5 votes | 16 comments
When we talk of love, we talk of risks, and once you chose to fall in love with a friend, you chose to take the risk that comes with love.
Published by Alma Galvez 99 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +19 votes | 13 comments
There are certain things that are left to be unspoken, things that most men commit asking to a woman. ItÂ’s not bad to ask out of curiosity but sometimes itÂ’s unnecessary.
Published by Alma Galvez 99 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +20 votes | 12 comments
Limerence, a new word coined by Deborah Tennov but what exactly does it mean? Here is an article discussing about this new term.
Published by Ashart 83 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +10 votes | 11 comments
Getting a man addicted to you is similar to making him fall in love with you. You can't force love or attraction, it comes naturally. But you can pave the way for a man to recognize how wonderful you are and appreciate you.
Published by B W1 86 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +13 votes | 11 comments
Men are really basically simple. There are a limited number of things on our minds at any given time.
Published by Mycal Daniels 103 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +20 votes | 11 comments
When you decide to leave a relationship and is now moving forward with a new girl, make sure that you have totally left the past behind.
Published by Alma Galvez 99 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +7 votes | 10 comments
How can you possibly forgive someone for ruining your life?
Published by Rowan Casey 82 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +14 votes | 8 comments
There are several reasons why we choose a particular person to be our life partner amongst the so many available choices. In making such choices, every caution should be taken so as to get the right person.
Published by A. Smith 83 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +6 votes | 8 comments
Are you making him the center of your life that you are already starting to overlook some things in your life? If you're exerting so much time and energy to please the wrong guy, you're wasting yourself away.
Published by Jessie Agudo 89 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +9 votes | 8 comments
The impact of getting rejected by somebody you loved dearly, can have on your life.
Published by Martine Pauwels 96 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +8 votes | 8 comments
The phrase "agree to disagree" means that although you do not see the concept at hand in the same way as another person, you respect that person's position on the topic. There are ways to effectively communicate verbally to that person that you understand his or her viewpoint but think otherwise without an argument being the result. Effective communication tips include using a genuine, even-toned voice and clearly acknowledging both viewpoints.
Published by Christy Birmingham 71 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +11 votes | 7 comments
A conflict is an opportunity for resolution, but it can be done wrong.
Published by Dustin LaBarge 93 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +8 votes | 7 comments
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