Navigating Challenging Relationships Over the Holidays
The holidays are rapidly approaching and can be a time of joy and a chance to reconnect with family and friends. But for many it can also be a time of stress due to strained relationships, unhappy memories of the past, too much to do and not enough time to rest.
Relationships: Do Some Men’s Childhoods Set Them Up To Put Women On A Pedestal?
It could be said that in order for one person to have a relationship with another person, they will need to be able to relate to them as another human being. If they see them as being above or below them, it is going to make it harder for them to truly connect to them.
Humanology for Couples – Personal Development
My husband and I have been together for more than 25 years and many people often ask me what our secret to still being together and happy is. This article is the beginning of a series offering basic humanology knowledge and tools for relationships.
I Felt Accepted
After I had got back from Bali and Australia, towards the end of 2009, I was no longer the same person. What had also played a part here were the experiences that I had when I was on a course in Belgium, which took place just before I went away.
Why Being There for Someone Is Not Impossible
We tend to cut loose from a relationship when we notice something ‘improper’ with the person. It could be persistent sadness, too much of energy, crazed mood swings, lack of interest in anything, and so on and so forth. Can we do something about it, like being a friend or just being there, or should we cut and run? Here is an article based on how disinterest needs to be done away with, in favour of going the mile.