9 REASONS WHY YOU JUST SHOULD NOT BE FRIENDS WITH YOUR EX
Knowing a relationship is over is the hardest part especially if you’re just getting out of a long-term relationship. Breakups are really painful and, regardless of how they happen, you always feel like you don’t want to let that one person to completely disappear from your life.
So what do you do? You decide to remain friends? Let me tell you one thing, this is a very bad idea for several reasons and you can see why for yourself below.
7 SIGNS YOUR FRIENDSHIP IS MEANT TO LAST FOREVER
A friend who will stay by your side no matter what is really hard to find. We all make friends and most of the time these friendships are shortlived or are just maintained at a certain level.
Out of a huge gang, you might connect to just one person on a completely different level, or if you’re a lucky one, you get an entire everlasting group of BFFs.
THE TRUE AND SAD REASONS WHY ‘BAD MEN’ ARE SO ADDICTIVE TO WOMEN AND HOW TO BREAK AWAY FROM THEM
Are women addicted to ‘bad men,’ or is there something else going on?
These men don’t usually start bad. They might have a past of being nice – or pretending to be nice. Women fall for them, and they love them dearly. These women recognized the ‘bad men’ weren’t perfect from the beginning, but they convinced themselves they could ‘fix’ these men and make them better.
The true and sad reality is that women in emotionally abusive relationships often suffer from low self-esteem and feel trapped in these relationships – they’re not addicted. These women might not think they can do better, and they might not think they deserve better.
“WE WERE ENGAGED TO BE MARRIED BUT SHE CHEATED ON ME”
The story of a man who was cheated and broke off his engagement and is rebuilding his life
We never imagine that something terrible can happen to us until it actually does. Was I a fool to think everlasting love exists? Was honesty too much to ask for? Should she not have just told me and moved on with dignity?
Engaged to be married, I caught my fiancé cheating and decided to call the wedding off.
It’s not easy when you share the workplace with your ex and I feel like all eyes are on me and all minds trying to sort out the Gordian knot that my personal life has suddenly become. It’s been two months and I haven’t seen her in the office. It bothers me to think what story she may have spun to explain what happened between us, especially when I get cold stares from her friends.
PSYCHOLOGY FINALLY REVEALS THE ANSWER TO FINDING YOUR SOULMATE
Luis R. Valadez
We all as social creatures have a deep and underlying desire to find that one perfect person to spend the rest of our days with. That one person when you meet, you feel an uncontrollable attraction to and an illogical sense of familiarity with. As if you’ve known that person for a lifetime, or perhaps lifetimes. Whatever you want to call it, films and TV series alike have romanticized the phenomenon known as the soulmate. But what do we really know about the perfect mate or the ideal partner? Psychology is finally shedding light on the mystery that encapsulates so many hearts and minds around the world in an effort to understand what truly makes two people compatible for a relationship.
The Issue With Compatibility
Dating sites like OkCupid.com or chemistry.com boast about their in-depth personality tests, and claim that someone with similar answers to the questions on their tests can result in finding the perfect mate.
ATTACHMENT THEORY EXPLAINS WHY YOUR RELATIONSHIPS FAIL
The beliefs you adopt in pursuing your relationships determine the type of relationships you end up with.
We are attracted to those who confirm the beliefs we hold about ourselves.
Meet Miguel. Miguel plays games, hides his true intentions, and manipulates women to stay in a relationship with him. His beliefs about relationships cause him to naturally attract women who also play games and manipulate people. His ex-girlfriend Jamie, who doesn’t play games, was attracted to Miguel initially, but by the third date she grew sick of his behavior.