A woman who is fulfilled loves herself. She makes sure she fills her cup first because she is aware to give and receive in this world she has to be full and come from a place of knowing her worth. She is both practical and spiritual.
Attachments and connections change throughout our lives. The quality of flexibility helps us adjust to our evolving selves and the world.
Although certain phases pass more smoothly than others, recognizing the tides of life grants us the inner fortitude to confront our circumstances with awareness and acceptance. After all, hope is a simple reminder that momentary sorrow is a prelude to lasting joy.
Life can be the journey you want it to be, and it's ok to realize that the path you believed was your destiny isn't. In the moment, it's hard to comprehend, but when we work on ourselves, all we can do is put our faith in fate and believe that one day, "the one" is.
We are all striving, in a relationship, to be more fully connected to another person. When we feel that connection, we know we are part of something bigger than ourselves. This lesson is one of the most important gifts that relationships can bestow.
We place judgment on ourselves rather than honoring all of our feelings. We are thinking about what we "should be" feeling when we aren't feeling happy or when anger or other emotions arise.
Going for the red flag tells us we better not go beyond our limited thinking and what we believe is impossible to stay with the familiarity of what we've learned about life, relationships and maybe even ourselves up to this point.
Including an understanding of behaviors typical of chronic domestic violence offenders and a realization that our best chances at prevention involve intervening with adolescents will augment the NFL's strong move to increase penalties for domestic violence offenders.
If you want a case study in humanity, 30-year-old single guys have pretty much all the bases covered.
Showing interest in a man, being approachable or initiating conversation is different than chasing a man. We can open the door. Does modern dating require us to then drag him through it?
All I'm saying is maybe the blanket of "forgive for yourself" isn't the blanket that keeps us all warm. Maybe some of us find warmth from saving forgiveness for people we love, who made mistakes but who deserve our concern and empathy despite their misdoings.
Your wisdom will bring you all kinds of awesome solutions if you let it. It's just that if you're beating your head against the wall to find a solution, it helps to know that beating your head against the wall isn't a method that is known to bring brilliant solutions.
Wouldn't it be great if there really were an official "Love Day," but in a way, I prefer it being something we decide to do. We can have as many love days as we want. Imagine that -- each day devoted to feeling good. You might find yourself not wanting to settle for anything less!
I've seen so many people complain on their social media about their relationship drama as well as call out their significant other for doing something they didn't agree with. Later they come back to me telling me how humiliated they felt when the relationship ended and everyone knew. My response: "You had it coming."
I am confused. Every day brands and marketers are spending millions trying to get you to use, keep using, and share that you love their brands.
If choosing a partner is such an important life decision, why do so many of us get it wrong?