This BLOG is been written in hopes that it will HELP individuals understand LOVE and RELATIONSHIPS. The Truth about having LOVED and being LOVED. Showing you how LOVE can CHANGE your Life for the BETTER even when YOU don't THINK it will... This BLOG is built on over 29 years of learning about LOVE and RELATIONSHIPS from myself and other women and men who have LOVED and been LOVED... I HOPE the content helps every reader in a positive way... SMOOOCHESSS!!!
Today is the day you remind your father how much u love and care about him. Today is the day you show your dad that you appreciate what all he had done for you and how thankful you are for the help he has given you to succeed. But to me, today is the day I reminisce on the man that made and groomed me into the man I am today. Today is the day I remember all the times I have enjoyed with the man my mom fell in love with and the man I looked up to and try to be. Today is the day when emotions are high Because I continue to miss the man that helped in given me life on earth. Today is the day I just wish I could tell my father one more time that I love him and I always appreciate what he does for me.... I love you dad an wish you were here to see me as I mature into a better man...
Today I spoke at the "Women of Fruit" event and there were a lot of wonderful people there. There messages were very life changing and the vendors were also wonderful. I spoke with one of the best Personal Trainers ever his name was James and he's located at Bold Fitness at 113 B College Park Rd. Ladson, SC 29456. Him and his finance are great example of living your passion... I look forward to having him as my new trainer. Thanks to "Women of Fruit" founder Savonnia Sharp Judge for inviting me because I'm now going to be in great shape now... James and his team are the influencers when it comes to fitness... SMOOOCHESSS!!!
It's probably not just by chance that I'm alone. It would be very hard for a man to live with me, unless he's terribly strong. And if he's stronger than I, I'm the one who can't live with him... I'm neither smart nor stupid, but I don't think I'm not a run of the mill person. I've been in business without being a businesswoman, I've loved without being a woman made only for love. The two men I've loved, I think, will remember me, on earth and in heaven, because men always remember a woman who caused them concern and uneasiness. I've done my best, in regard to people and to life, without precepts, but with a taste for class and style...
Note: I was reading this article and I could see where my pass relationships went wrong. So I thought it maybe that others could find themselves in this article and save there relationship because I manage to lose my relationship by missing some major signs. This article gives you great insight on how to stop yourself from making big mistakes in your relationships. Read it and learn the signs of trouble in your relationship and take action to correct them...
Discover the tiny, seemingly insignificant signs that may
mean things are going to get rocky between the two of you.
By Leigh Newman
All marriages have problems: He gives you the silent
treatment instead of talking when he's upset; you pay more attention to the
kids' school art projects than to the details of his day; neither of you can
agree on the fate of Peggy after leaving Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce on Mad
Men. This, you tell yourself, is just what happens after so many years
together, right? Or...not right? Because, sure, you're not fighting, and
nobody's having an affair. But at the same time, what if dangerous issues are
brewing? How can you are you supposed to know?
William Doherty, PhD, the Director of the University of
Minnesota's Couples On the Brink project helps more than 60 exceptionally
troubled couples a year. In his 35 years of doing this kind of work, he's
noticed a handful of almost imperceptible signs when two people are just
beginning to splinter apart. He tells us what to look for—when it comes in your
own thoughts and actions—that may signal a crisis to come.
1) You're Doing a Lot
of Cost-Benefit Analyses
Perhaps this is you. While walking home from work, you have
a little conversation with yourself: "I make dinner every night, plus, I
said sorry when he freaked about organic toothpaste—even though I love organic
toothpaste and it's not too expensive. In fact, now that I think about it, I'm
usually the first to apologize...and the first to stay home with the kids at
night. I work so hard. And what am I getting in return? A hug before bed? The
occasional bunch of flowers?"
What you're doing here is a cost-benefit analysis.
Corporations do this all the time. A company that makes, say, skinny jeans,
compares the energy, money and time all of its departments put into producing
them with the energy, money and time it gets out of selling them, to figure out
if it should keep manufacturing pants—in a style that horrifies short, round
women all over the world—or just stop.
People also use this technique to make decisions. "At
the beginning of the relationship," says Doherty, "this kind of
accounting is natural and appropriate [for couples] deciding whether or not to
commit." But if you've already joined your life with someone else, you may
not realize that by engaging in this kind of emotional inventory, you're
already seeing yourself as separate from your spouse. Your time, energy and
resources are not his time, energy and resources. You're one business, and he's
another, instead of the two of you being united for the profit of all.
2. You're Conducting
an Imaginary Marriage
Just to clarify, an imaginary marriage is not an imaginary
affair, complete with dreams of secret rendezvous in obscure motels. It's a
more subtle and, at times, harder-to-recognize fantasy, says Doherty. What to
look for? You sitting at your desk, watching Jeremy from production post yet
another blissful photo of his wife and himself on Facebook—this time of their
trip to Napa for her birthday. A thought crosses your mind: "Jeremy is so
much more considerate than my husband."
Pretty soon, you make the leap to thinking things like:
"If I were married to Jeremy, I'd never spend another holiday at home
watching parades on TV." In your reveries, you tell yourself you'd go to
Paris with him. You'd come home at night to him in the kitchen making veal
cordon bleu. The two of you would never argue about the cost of non-generic
toilet paper or give each other lectures on how many squares you're allowed to
use. Because, in this relationship, you don't have to deal with all those pesky
details that challenge real-life marriage and that probably also caused you to
invent Jeremy, the ideal hubby, with whom no man, not even your good, adorable,
non-cordon-bleu-making husband can compare. You've lost interest in your
husband taking you to Paris or posting photos of you on Facebook. You're not
ready to leave him in reality, but in the vast and unchecked world of your
mind, you're looking for Mr. Anybody Else.
3. You're Building a
In a lot of marriages, there comes a time when you realize,
"Hey, my husband isn't meeting all my needs. And I just have to accept
that and start taking care of myself." This can be a healthy decision.
Let's say you love all things literary, and he doesn't. So you join a book
group, and maybe make some friends on Good Reads or Shelfari. Metaphorically
speaking, you've built yourself a little room in your life and filled it not
just with books but with friends who love books. You have all kinds of wonderful
Where things get dicey, says Doherty, is when you commit to
more and more groups. As you get busier and busier, you build a room for each
different activity, then fill that room with new intimates — now, you've built
a gardening room and a PTA room, as well as a room for your weekly office
drinks date. In fact, you have a whole house for your emotional life, and that
doesn't include a room for your spouse.
One way to tell the difference between nurturing your own
interests and moving out of your marriage, says Doherty, is to examine how you
talk about your activities. If you're saying, "I've got to get my opera
fix," on the way to the opera guild, then you're talking about your love
of opera. But if you're saying, "I've got to do what I want," then
you're looking for something much larger and more perilous for your
4. You're Keeping
Coffee Dates Secret
After you've built the second home, there's often a tendency
to hide what happens there. Let's say you and your friend—not your crush, not your
secret love or your secret passion—from book club have coffee one afternoon.
Over coffee, you two talk about the memoir Wild. You bring up your own mother's
death. She brings up her own experimentation with drugs. The two of you share
some pretty heavy intimacies. When you come home, your spouse asks what you did
today. "I worked," you say. "And then I picked up the dry
cleaning and called that guy about the car."
The problem is not that you shared an intimacy with somebody
else, says Doherty, "but that you edited the event out of the
conversation." In other words, you're hiding a meaningful exchange from
the person you supposedly most trust—and you didn't give that person the
opportunity to have that meaningful exchange with you. Another way to think
about it? You took an emotional risk with someone, but you didn't (or couldn't
or wouldn't) take the lesser risk of telling your spouse about it.
In all these situations, says Doherty, whether you recognize
it or not, you're beginning to start a new life—as yourself, the individual,
and not yourself, the part of a couple. At times, you may be convinced you're
just giving yourself some space or giving your spouse some time to himself. But
all that space and time can quickly turn into emotional light years.
Thankfully, this distance can also lead to some clarity on whether or not you
want to return back to where the two of you started—over thousands of
revolutions of the planet that mark the rest of your experiences on earth.
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There's a saying "Relationships or people come into your life for a reason," you have to figure out why their there... I've learned from everyone of my Relationships and I'm thankful for each and everyone of the experiences I've had. Yes, there are some Relationships I could have done without but I wouldn't be the person I am with out all my Relationship experiences. And, as women we can find ourselves in Relationships when it's way pass the time to give them up or let them go. As women we need to learn that their are Relationship we need in our lives and their are those Relationships that we must let go of. If you're in a Relationship that doesn't add to your life in anyway this is one of those Relationship you need to let go of. In saying this you must be able to define every Relationship you have in some form or fashion before you get push someone out of your life. Don't make the mistake of pushing the individuals out of your life that challenge you to be better they are the ones you need to keep. Take it from me Relationships are very important in your growth in life and we as women need them because we are emotional beings. So, in all your Relationships give major time to the major Relationships and give minor time to the minor Relationship and know that there's some Relationships you just need to let go of...
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