Why don’t we start calling the pop term “cheating” what it actually is, and stop accepting it as something that is just a normal part of relationships.
Let's start using language that we take a little more serious so that maybe we can set a better example for future generations and couples, and change the culture and society before it gets any worse than it already is.
Cheating is not a mistake, it’s a decision that had no priorities attached.
I share my thoughts on the word "racism" as well.
Many people in intimate romantic relationships use the word love to describe their feelings for or connection with others. However, many people do this very often when love is not what they are describing, and when the word does not belong or apply. The reason why it does not apply is because what they are calling love is really some form of a selfish response or behavioral pattern that they are referring to as the emotional core or source of connection between them and their partner. This is my list of the top 5 things love is commonly mistaken for within relationships.
There are a few things that should be mandatory within every relationship, regardless of the individuals involved. Below is a list of five things that will result in making your relationship even more fun and special, and some suggestions on how to implement them. Chances are, you’re probably already familiar with these five things within your everyday life, but if you consider them within the context of your romantic relationship they will absolutely increase passion, desire, intimacy, happiness, and connection! First up, flirting...
Way too often I experience guys complaining about their romantic partners being a headache, how being in a relationship is a drag, and how it’s so much better to be single. I hear and see that girlfriends = drama for so many guys. First of all, if it's not fulfilling and more pain than pleasure, stop bitching and either put in the work to turn it around, or get out of it. However, just because at first glance the claims above may have some truth to them, I think like everything else in life, sometimes a little perspective helps us see what we really have. The #1 answer when it comes to the best thing about having a girlfriend for most guys is most likely what? Yes, you said it, so I didn’t mention that one in my list. I feel like sex is a given, as far as the major upside of being in a relationship…but there are also so many other great things about having a girlfriend that are taken for granted...
In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, love, and relationships, I wanted to share what I have identified as (in my opinion and experience) the 8 most important things any woman can contribute to her man, and her relationship. There are some generalizations, but for the most part these concepts and this information holds true. FYI: None of them can be purchased ladies!