If you are thinking about entering a long-distance relationship, before committing, it good idea to think about the challenges you'll be facing.
The Inferior Man can undoubtedly be known as the passive aggressor. He is the type of man who can easily and quickly become very nasty and hateful from being rejected so often throughout life despite trying to please everyone, and this results in a suppressed resentment which creates the passive aggressive personality.
Years ago it was generally assumed wives would automatically take their husbands' names after the wedding and, traditionally, most women did assume their husband's surname. However, this practice has evolved and today it is not uncommon for women to keep their birth surname.
Getting through a divorce is not easy. When emotions run high it is sometimes hard to think logically or clearly. It is during this time where critical decisions must often be made, but due to emotional conflicts or outright aggression with the soon-to-to-be-ex, this can make for muddy waters.
There is an old adage that states "absence makes the heart grow fonder", but is it really true? Not if you're a long-distance commuter, said researchers at the Umea University in Sweden with their 2011 study. Fast-forward to 2016 and, for many, commutes are getting longer and the relationship strain has continued.
Vulnerability is often avoided in relationships. Here I outline the importance being being free and expressive. This will yield beauty in any relationship.
Criticism is often taken in a negative light. Jane Austen saw the benefit in criticism between men and their beloved women. However, criticism from women to men can lead to problems in the relationship. Here is how Jane Austen and Christian author Feldhahn viewed criticism between men and women.
Young women struggle to find happy partners due to insecurities and fears for the future. Enlarge these feelings and situations and Jane Austen's times are real again. Here is a summary of Austen's thoughts on marrying for money and comfort, as shown in her literature.
Letting go of a relationship you've invested a lot of love, energy and time in is often very difficult to do. The reasons for a break-up may vary, but the ache of missing that someone is something can last long after the relationship is over. When relationships disintegrate...
Learning what young Christian women should look for in a young man of the same faith. Based on the previous experiences of a friend.
A marital crisis generally occurs when an unexpected or traumatic event emerges in the relationship. This does not mean the crisis is necessarily sudden, often the biggest crisis are gradual and erupt when either a realization or truth comes out.
The reasons for the ended relationship may vary, but for most people many of the same kinds of feelings exist when a relationship ends. The most common feelings associated with relationships ending are sadness, despair, longing, anger or fear.
Some people think there's a huge difference, some people thing there's no difference, and some people think that these sexualities just plain don't exist...