Love & Relationships

Twin Flame Philosophies And The Potential Problems That Arise

Posted by on Oct 13, 2014

Twin Flame Philosophies And The Potential Problems That Arise

Working as an advisor in the new-age industry, I can end up talking to many individuals, both as clients and friends. As a result, I’ve listened to a multitude of individuals and seen how certain new-age ideas have been employed. I’ve also observed the detrimental effects they have had (if any). If consistent patterns arise, I may begin to question, “What is it about certain beliefs; that instead of bringing people more peace and contentment, they are making a great number of individuals feel ungrounded, codependent, addicted, anxious, depressed, etc?”

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Common Traits of Individuals Who Are In An Unrequited Love Relationship With A Perceived “Twin Flame”

Posted by on Oct 13, 2014

Common Traits of Individuals Who Are In An Unrequited Love Relationship With A Perceived “Twin Flame”

Many individuals who tend to idealistically romanticize about a “twin flame” relationship with someone who “runs” or is an unrequited love can have similar characteristics. Some of these include: a romantic at heart, very trusting, empathic and naive, prey to people who use, deceive and take advantage of them, feel swept up easily, attracted to strong personalities that create a lot of drama for them, feel bored or restless in a settled relationship, and more…

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“Twin Flames” & Fast Food Spirituality

Posted by on Oct 12, 2014

“Twin Flames” & Fast Food Spirituality

In today’s world, the internet is overflowing with information. All of this information we receive can be overwhelming, or even hold us back, if we do not know how to filter it through discerning what truly serves our best interests and what does not, including when it comes to forming healthy relationships….

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When Criticism and Slander Are Used as Weapons

Posted by on May 15, 2014

When Criticism and Slander Are Used as Weapons

Sometimes, when slander is used as a weapon, the intention is to psychologically “isolate” a person so that receiving support will prove difficult. This can happen in dysfunctional families, abusive relationships, divorces, political campaigns, or corporate takeovers. The main intention of the person doing the slandering is to get the public or others to lose faith in a person; to stop supporting them so that support can be maintained for the person who is engaging in slander.

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Are You In A Relationship With Unpredictable Rewards?

Posted by on Feb 11, 2014

Are You In A Relationship With Unpredictable Rewards?

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Seductive Withholders

Posted by on Feb 23, 2012

Seductive Withholders

Like Romance Addicts, Seductive Withholders are a form of Ambivalent Love Addict. Ambivalent Love Addicts tend to crave intimacy and closeness with a partner, but fear it at the same time. They tend to keep relationships at a superficial level through various means. This protects them from having to develop a closer and more intimate relationship.

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Are You In Love With A Narcissist?

Posted by on Jun 23, 2010

Are You In Love With A Narcissist?

A lot of the calls that I receive are from individuals who are in love with someone who frustrates them and they just want to know if things will ever change. Other calls are from individuals who have lost a love and they want to know if it can be rekindled or retrieved. Some are individuals in a relationship with someone who just can’t make an emotional commitment. However some individuals may be with a partner who suffers from Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NDP). Such love interests, even if they are charming and pursue you very ardently, may be completely unable to give or show love in a genuine way…

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Addiction to Unrequited Love

Posted by on Jun 3, 2010

Addiction to Unrequited Love

It may sound silly for an individual to be addicted to unrequited love, but it can sometimes be the result of growing up in a household where love was either conditional or inconsistent. As a result, the child of such a household may have felt anxious to win the love, praise or affection of a parent—or someone else influential—who was unavailable, abusive or failed to provide proper nurturing. Thus, such a child became a ‘torchbearer,’ i.e. they put their parent or other influential role model on a pedestal, looking up to them to receive recognition or approval….

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