Relationships

Sober Date Night

Posted in Relationships on August 14, 2017
Last modified on January 9th, 2019

The Benefits of Travel: Travel & Relationships

There’s nothing like a vacation to rekindle a romance. If you haven’t experienced this magical effect firsthand, a recent survey by the U.S. Travel Association on travel and relationships leaves no doubt. According to the organization, 79% of couples said traveling together had strengthened their relationship while 63% said traveling helps couples stay together longer.

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codependency

Posted in Relationships on December 25, 2016

When Being Supportive Becomes Codependent

Compassion is an important part of human relationships. We have all experienced people in our lives that need help. Many of us are built with an ingrained sense of compassion and are inclined to strive to help others meet their needs when they are down. We selflessly perform acts of kindness because we want to help alleviate the suffering that the other person is going through. This is normal and healthy; however, some individuals cross over the line of being supportive into that of codependency.

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Cheating and Affairs

Posted in Relationships on August 15, 2016
Last modified on January 30th, 2019

The Spider Woman and Her Pursuit of the Revenge Affair

There are several types of people who cheat. When it comes to the spider woman, infidelity is a dangerous game. She is no innocent cheater who falls into an affair by accident. She doesn’t unintentionally develop an emotional bond to a coworker that goes too far or reconnect with an ex and discover old feelings. The spider woman is intentional. She wants revenge and she wants to hurt someone. Watch out for this kind of cheater and stay out of her web.

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