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All is fair in love and war, and with that in mind, you should be as prepared as you can when it comes to understanding the best ways to communicate with the women in your life. In this article, you'll find three simple ways that you can increase your communication experiences with women, and open up more opportunities for yourself, in the romance department.
Published by Epic Strategist 66 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +0 votes | 0 comments
Cast Away is a great example of just how essential our relationships are. Take them away and life becomes meaningless. However, every relationship encounters difficulties and challenges. During rough times, it is frustrating and painful. A simple problem may escalate into a serious one if not acknowledged and resolved. Dysfunctional homes, divorce, drugs and crimes are often the direct result of broken relationships.
Published by Epic Strategist 67 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +0 votes | 0 comments
We are learning the 'role of honesty in relationships and importance of honesty in Islam'. The health and longevity of the relationship depends upon honesty and trust. Honesty in a relationship is vitally important because it gives us the assurance that we can trust and rely on the person we love.
Published by Amera Khanam 68 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +0 votes | 0 comments
We've done it to others. Mainly out of spite, or just so we can get a handle on our emotions. But whenever it's directed at us, being ignored can get annoying. How you resolve the situation determines the outcome of your relationship with the person ignoring you. If you are stuck, confused, or even feeling hurt, take a moment to reflect on why it happens and what you can do.
Published by Natasha Polak 68 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +0 votes | 0 comments
From birth to adulthood and through old age, we are taught many lessons in life. "Things We Wish We Learned Sooner About" aims to openly discuss the life lessons within multiple subject we wished we learned sooner. Let's have a look at important lessons about love, dating, relationships (including marriage) and even sex that we wish someone told us about sooner.
Published by Casey in Real Life 68 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +0 votes | 0 comments
There is a contemporary phenomenon known as “The Friend Zone”. It is a term used in modern Western relationships. To a lot of people, it is seen as kiss of death, of sorts. Yet, that is not always the case. Here is an explanation of how it can be a good thing.
Published by Daniel Payne 69 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +0 votes | 0 comments
A look at how arguments can be healthy in a relationship. Clearing negativity can make way for positivity in human relationships. Arguments, as such, can air out such negativity. It can be an aid in relationships. Here is a look at the psychological benefit of indulging in such a communication tool.
Published by Daniel Payne 69 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +0 votes | 0 comments
Anger is like fire; once you feed it, it will grow higher and more powerful until it consumes you. But, if you will put it off, there will be less damage and less fatality. When you are angry, once you let it consume and overpower you, you will feel out of control but when you will let it pass before talking or acting, then you will control it and the events and the words that will follow are totally under your control. Anger management will surely help you control your anger and yourself when f...
Published by Zinnia Mendoza 69 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +0 votes | 0 comments
If you are thinking of having an affair your reasons may be personal to you, however, there are specific common reasons why some people cheat on their partners, other than wanting physical intimacy. What they crave most is emotional intimacy rather than merely sex. Before embarking on an affair, it can be helpful to examine your motivation.
Published by B W1 70 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +0 votes | 0 comments
Can love at first sight really be possible? This romantic notion warms the hearts of believers who long to meet their soul mate, but probably annoys skeptics who do not imagine it can actually be true. The latest findings however, reveal some facts that may change your point of view.
Published by B W1 70 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +0 votes | 0 comments
Boundaries are necessary in relationships. We all have them, even if we are unaware of them until they are crossed and we are upset. Establishing boundaries and discussing them with your partner or spouse can make life, and ultimately your relationship, much happier. Ignore boundaries, and you are likely to find them a problem.
Published by B W1 70 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +0 votes | 0 comments
This is an article for women which explains how to understand a man. Ladies, it's not impossible to figure a man out. Just tricky. Men are much like women in all the ways that really matter. Just because they are big and strong on the outside doesn't mean they cannot be soft and sweet on the inside. Many men are actually surprisingly sensitive.
Published by Samantha Thompson 70 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +0 votes | 0 comments
Lots of people need to be valued and understood. That’s why validating one’s feelings and thoughts play important role in effective communication and counseling. Validation involves understanding and recognizing a person’s emotions and ideas. It could make the other person feel that he or she is understood and could bring the conversation with another individual to a deeper level. Dr. M. Linehan as cited by K. Hall had enumerated 6 levels of validation that can be used to ma...
Published by Lorizza Posadas 70 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +0 votes | 0 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 | +0 votes | 0 comments
Are all the couples happy in their marriage? Does it take a miracle to survive a troubled marriage? Does happiness depend on material comforts or real love? Why do couples separate at the slightest quarrel? These questions reflect the plight of the human society today. Couples can lead a happy life together if they follow certain principles like purity, patience and perseverance.
Published by deepa venkitesh 71 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +0 votes | 0 comments
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