A romantic obsession is an unrealistic attachment to someone who is not interested in you. If the other person has ended the relationship and you cannot accept that, your pursuit then becomes problematic
Both men and women are capable of falling for control freaks. You start off liking their authoritative ways, only to realize they like controlling everything around them (including you!). If you suspect you might be dating someone with control issues, read on to discover 5 sure signs.
Dating online is more common than ever, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t any pitfalls or dangers to avoid. It helps to know some of the common online dangers so that you can better protect yourself.
Compatibility is an important part of a romantic relationship. Physical attraction and good conversation are important, but you have to look at your lifestyle and plans you have for your future too. If you are at opposite ends of the spectrum, you might not have enough in common to have a successful long-term relationship.
A woman who doesn’t value herself might not see her worth and how much she offers the world and others. She may not see that what she has to offer is equal in measure to what others have to offer. Due to this, she may exhibit behavior that allows others to treat her poorly. Here are six common signs that a woman has a low sense of self-worth.
Breaking up is one of the most difficult things that can happen in your love life. It’s unsettling, and at other times it can be confusing. You don’t understand where did you go wrong and you may be trying to find ways to make your ex-notice you again. However, you might just be pushing him or her away with the things that you’re doing.
Have you ever had the uncomfortable feeling that your partner is about to call it quits on your relationship?
When Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin announced that they were “consciously uncoupling” but remained good friends, it was greeted with much sniggering and ridicule. Yet, however irritating the phrase may have been, such a calm, even affectionate, divorce is possible. Of course, there are frequently good reasons for anger and hatred; abuse, neglect, and infidelity leave scars that last for years. But marriage breakdowns often degenerate into bitterness quite unnecessarily.
Most people want others to like them and strive to have this goal realized. Those who become people-pleasers have low self-esteem and don’t recognize better ways to achieve their aim of attracting others admiration and respect. This article explains why people-pleasing doesn’t work and suggests ways to boost confidence and gain security and respect.
Abuse in a relationship should never be tolerated. However, you might be surprised by what constitutes an abusive relationship. You might think of abuse as physical, but hitting, slapping, and threats of harm are not the only kinds of maltreatment. Here are some subtle signs of abuse that should not be ignored.
Plato is often accredited to the idea of “Platonic Love,” which is very different from the ideal of Twin Flames or Twin Souls.
If you plug the words “twin flames” into a search engine, it is difficult to find information that does more than give the impression that it is a philosophy that a spiritual seeker should embrace…
Before analyzing a dream it is important to understand how dreaming works. For example, often times, if one can look up the images, actions, and symbols in dream dictionaries and reread the dream symbolically, one can realize that the dream pertained to something that is going on within the dreamers emotional life….
Are you feeling disillusioned in love because you find yourself attracted to ardent admirers who sweep you off your feet, move a relationship forward really fast, but before you know it its over or they are giving you the brush off? Recently I had someone ask me for advice what to do in this kind of situation. Here is the best advice I could think of…
Be on alert if someone asks you to “wait” for them because they are “not ready.” A transitional love may say they need “time,” or may only seem ready for a “friends with benefits” affair. Some may go through periods of contact followed by withdrawal; leaving you wondering what happened.
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?”
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…
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….
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.