“It’s not always rainbows and butterflies, it’s compromise that moves us along.” – Maroon 5 Most of us are at the age where we know better than to attempt to change someone. The older you get, the more stubborn you become. That’s true for even the most flexible individuals. Plus, why would you want to […]
It’s very appealing to fit in. To be what someone wants you to be just so you can get what you want. But we have to remember that being YOU always trumps any other person that you’re pretending to be.
I see it all the time. Folks who are “so in love” to the point that they cease to have an individual identity. Most of us have been guilty of neglecting ourselves, our hobbies and those close to us “in the name of love” at some point. But it couldn’t be more unhealthy.
We’ve all been faced with the choice of making our relationship “official” at some point. Usually a discussion takes place, with both parties agreeing that you’re ready to move on to the next level. But what does that mean? Does it mean that you verbally acknowledge that you’re exclusively together? Or do you […]
I’m not going to spend a lot of time discussing why change is good. I think that we can think of at least three great things that change has brought forth in our lives. What I want to talk about is a less chartered territory: the notion of change breeding separation in a relationship.