Tagged: love-life

Role-playing in relationships

Are we playing the right roles in our relationships? Are we friends to our friends, and partners to our spouses? Are we parents to our children? I know it may sound confusing – how can we not be? – but many times in relationships we play roles which are not appropriate and healthy for that type of relationship. We become friends to our children, and parents to our parents, or therapists to our partners or friends.

How do we know it’s the real thing?

Is it love? Do I really love this person? Should I stay or should I go? How do I know I’ve found “the one”? …The short and easy answer to...

When love hurts

I believe love is the most beautiful, wonderful, life-enhancing force and giving up on it is like giving up on your search for happiness and beauty of life. Yet, so...

How to survive dating

The dating scene has become ever more complex since the days of our grandparents – and today it’s a maze of uncertain signs and behaviour we have to struggle to decipher and interpret properly, and often fail. The rules have changed, primarily because more and more people take dating much more casually. Not only you don’t have to marry the person you are dating – you don’t even have to call them back after a date. Even if you went much further than holding hands on your date, it is perfectly fine to pretend like nothing ever happened next time you bump into each other…

5 not-so-easy steps to finding love

The 5 not-so-easy steps that are sure to make you find true love the very day you master them. I guarantee you it will happen the same day – even if you choose to lock yourself at home, turn off your phone, disconnect the internet and refuse to answer the doorbell – he or she will find the way to drop down your chimney. Even if you don’t have a chimney.

Nobody compares to my ex

My last post was about why some people find partners easier than others and focused on giving you some insight into why and when it does work. I would like...