While there is nothing wrong with being single, and you should 100% radically accept who you are and where you are at in your life, prior to entering a romantic relationship, there still is a lot to said for the extensive benefits of finding that ‘right’ connection with someone special.
Research indicates that love busts stress, reduces anxiety and promotes longevity. Caring for a significant other enhances happiness levels. And it FEELS DELICIOUSLY GOOD!!
Parenting is defined as “the process of promoting and supporting the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development of a child from infancy to adulthood.”- Wikipedia. As spiritual beings living a human experience I feel supporting the child’s spiritual growth is vital, yet often neglected and suppressed.
Imagine waking up every morning with childlike excitement for the day ahead.
Imagine going about your day, anticipating synchronicity, awaiting magic, expecting miracles.
Imagine absolutely loving your body, your spirit, your self.
Imagine absolutely loving your LIFE.
Sociologists call relationships like Purcell and her husband’s “Living Apart Together” or LAT relationships. Research shows that the typical LAT couple is over fifty. After living alone for a time — perhaps after being widowed or divorced — they realize they thrive when they have independence and personal space, and they don’t want to give that up when they begin a committed relationship. But experts say that LAT relationships are on the rise among millennials...
People fantasize about a lot of things: a no-expenses-barred vacation in Bora Bora, finally getting promoted to the corner office, one full day where no one wants or needs a single thing from you… And fantasizing about those things are fun, because you just might get them one day. But you shouldn’t take your sexual fantasies so literally.
When you're arguing with your partner about something, it can sometimes feel impossible to reach common ground. But compromising in a relationship can be much easier if you use a few key tips, according to relationship experts. Making sure to stay calm and to listen carefully can go a long way in reaching a solution that works for both you and your partner.
Insta-stalking. Not only is it discomfiting that such a thing exists — wow, is it not productive, especially when it comes to an ex or a crush gone wrong. It feels like a real need sometimes, to watch all their best friend's stories, and go through each picture they've been tagged in, to reminisce, perhaps, about your times together. But how do you stop obsessing over your ex and being so attached to their social media?
In an ideal scenario, the person you really like and see a future with will feel the same about you. But it's not uncommon to find yourself in a situation with someone who acts like a loving partner, but isn't into commitment. The reality is, you can't make someone want a serious relationship if they really don't want one. But according to experts, there are some things you can do to help a partner with commitment issues be more open to the idea of having a relationship.
We've all heard of the term "soulmate," but what about "twin flame"? It's a term that's floating around online more and more, and while it sounds like it's basically interchangeable with soulmate, that's not totally accurate.
It is not uncommon for married couples and those in long-term relationships to encounter a dry spell where there is a lack of intimacy, physically and emotionally.
This is often a result of situational circumstances and life transitions such as having children, long days at work, death in the family and stress. The kids, family, and career are all important but the relationship must remain a priority in order to keep that zest alive.