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Are You Codependent or Independent?


Why is it that depending on others to fulfill our self worth is a concept that we all can relate to? Sacrificing what our thoughts, emotions, decisions, and likes or dislikes are, for the betterment of someone else's.It is as if depending on the other person who you hold so high is more fulfilling then standing alone, independent of the other.

Players: How to Deal with Them


Eventually, we'll all either play or be played. I'd like to give the inside scoop on how to handle these guys.

To Love Forever


Emotionally healthy men and women almost always share their lives with lovers whose happiness is crucial to their own fulfillment -- even if they failed to understand the reciprocal nature of mutual satisfaction while they were young. In our youthful years we may be so filled with such intense sexual desires that we forget it really does take two to tango successfully for any length of time.

The 7 Stages of a Romantic Relationship


There are seven stages in a romantic relationship: avoidance, meeting, dating, breaking up, establishing exclusivity, commitment, and keeping the love you find. Each of these stages vary in length and intensity.

Building the Bond in Your Relationship


A bond (relationship wise) is when two people have a connection. Being attracted to each other and sharing common values and interests brought the two of you together as a couple, but the bond has not been set completely.

Holiday Fun for Singles


Are you dreading the holidays because you are single? For those who are alone, this can be a difficult season -- especially if you know what it is like to be in a relationship during this time of year. This can, however, be your best time of the year if you follow this plan:1.

Breaking Your Relationship Pattern, Part 4


Finally, after all of the hard work you have done completing your past, here is a way to break your relationship pattern.Relationship choices are often based on patterns created in our childhood.

king Your Relationship Pattern, Part 3


Do you want to put to rest the people and situations from your past so they do not interfere with your current and future relationships?I bet you said yes. Who doesn't have something in their past they want to put to rest? Then let's talk about what action steps you can take to create the absence of past -- or completion -- in your life.

Breaking Your Relationship Pattern, Part 2


The first step toward being able to attract and create your ideal relationship is to clear the way for it by eliminating baggage from your past. This baggage refers to any resentments, hurts, or fears you have toward anyone who either was a role model or who participated directly in a relationship with you.

Breaking Your Relationship Pattern, Part 1


When you were little, you looked up to your parents. You imitated their mannerisms, words, and actions as you learned about life by watching them.

How To Open Up While Staying Safe


When you've had your heart broken in a relationship, it can be difficult to open up to love again and entrust your heart to another person.Similarly, when your partner hurts you, it can difficult to open up and bring trust back into your relationship.

The Egoistic Friend


What are friends for and how can a friendship be tested? By behaving altruistically, would be the most common answer and by sacrificing one's interests in favour of one's friends. Friendship implies the converse of egoism, both psychologically and ethically.

Beware of Becoming a Professional Online Dater


Every year, hundreds of thousands of people find their "perfect match" through online dating services. And every year hundreds of thousands more become discouraged from their experiences.

How to Get a Woman to Treat You the Way You Deserve


You know the scenario. You start dating a woman.

How to Build Solid Relationships Using the Power of Words


We may not be aware of it; but the words we utter daily may have different interpretations, even if you think that they mean the same thing.Here's an example.

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