Becoming Irresistible! Fundamental Key to Relationship Success
This is the secret to become irresistible and attractive. Those that ignore this fundamental key end up dissatisfied and frustrated about their love and relationship life. Those that make use of this key enjoy the life and fulfillment that should come from a relationship.
Christian Relationship Help: Apply Detachment to Change Your Relationship With an Alcoholic
This Christian relationship help will show you how to apply detachment to change your relationship with an alcoholic. Alcoholism has been referred to as a cunning, powerful, and baffling disease. Proverbs 20: 1 says, “Wine is a mocker and beer a brawler; whoever is led astray by them is not wise.”
Working Through Emotional Gridlock
Emotional gridlock is a term coined by Dr. David Schnarch to describe a seemingly insurmountable impasses that couples reach. For many issues, people can compromise and accommodate and surrender in order to keep the peace.
A Few Unique Ways To Have A Great Spousal Relationship
As crazy as it might be passion and marriage are not necessarily tied together. Passion and relationships are different in meaning but must coexist for happiness. The tie that binds them to each other, however, is the fact that a relationship needs intimacy to survive. Passionate feelings for your mate enables you to have less harsh tones with your spouse as your communicate.
Christian Codependency: Fourteen Signs You Don’t Value Your “Self” Enough in Relationships
If you are dealing with Christian codependency, you probably struggle with valuing your “self” in relationships. Christians are often confused as to whether and when God wants them to put themselves before others. Codependency also contributes to this confusion because you are frequently enmeshed with others in your relationships and as a result either lose or never develop your “self.” Here are fourteen signs that you don’t value yourself enough in your relationships: