Sometimes our love-relationships are like the long, hot desert summer. Love can be intense and searing with hot passion. It can include dry spells that leave us, as partners, quenching for replenishment.
Statistics demonstrate that more Americans are living in step-families than in nuclear families. Blended families are clearly a key ingredient of our culture; so how can we make them more successful in the long haul?
Some people substitute pity and the pedestal for their own legitimate experience of anger at someone’s bad behavior.
Remember that cheating is a symptom of some unaddressed issue in your relationship that deserves immediate attention. Carrying on about the affair distracts you from identifying this crucial relationship concern. Whether you stay in the relationship or not, you need this information in order to grow as you move forward.
Irresponsible expression of anger robs us of an emotional experience that can passionately drive forward healthy transformation and growth.
It is common knowledge that most of the things we worry about never happen. Why then does worry take up so much of many people’s time and energy?