I strongly believe children can thrive through divorce. Children need parents who love them. Children need to know they are safe. Children need stability and sometimes that’s much easier to achieve outside a marriage than in a broken one.
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A healthy relationship is a sacred place. We all know that. However, it will only be as sacred as the energy we bring to it. When you aren’t on the top of your energy game you can’t expect a relationship to remain sacred.
We fight about the stupidest things. It’s like a discussion about where to go for dinner can turn into a world war. To be honest, in the beginning of our relationship that fighting just fueled the passion between us. Now I’m starting to become suspicious, it’s dampening the passion, like a wet blanket.
That lack of “spark” could be otherwise interpreted as boredom. If you’re life is boring, routine, and always the same, the relationship is going to go stale pretty quick.
I believe in law of attraction. I’ve actually successfully used it in other areas of my life to create wonderful things. I just don’t understand why I’m not attracting the one thing I want to badly. I think I’ve sort of come to a crisis of faith. I’m losing faith in my ability to deliberately create. I’m losing faith in myself and my worth. I feel like the clock really is ticking and I’m playing a game I’m about to age out of.
There is a big issue in our society today. Women are packaged, they are objectified, and merchandised and marketed as things. Most of us don’t like it, but don’t know what to do about it. However, the solution is remarkably simple and it starts with you.
There is a distinct difference between the kind of alone time you spend together on the sofa watching TV and the kind of alone time you have together listening to great music and enjoying a dinner together focused on each other.
Love is a verb. Most people think it’s a feeling, but it’s not. Love itself is a behavior. The fact that you don’t feel like you love yourself right now doesn’t matter at all.
If you’re blaming you’re giving away the most precious thing you have to give, your power, and once gone, it’s very, very hard to buy it back.
When it comes to dating, much like everything else, there is an expert or a book that will tell you just about anything, when in fact, there is no one way to do anything. People are unique and every situation is different. Thinking there is one set of rules that always applies is naive at best, lazy at worst.