When it comes to tough times and arguments in a relationship, it's easy to opt out, take the 'easy' option and leave - like a cat. Don't and here's why and what to do.
When you’re as involved and interested in relationships, dating, sex and lifestyle as we are at GeekandJock, there’s going to be some fabulous articles that we stumble across.Here's my pick of 4 articles you really need to read.
Gratitude is a powerful force & we lose sight of it. Here's a simple way to keep you on track with flowing gratitude & better mental strength.
When it comes to arguments in a relationship, most couples are in a negative mindset. You're heading for divorce and you both are in the downward spiral. But there's an easy way out, provising you're willing to ask one question, to you both.
By napalm, I mean the aroma of my wife laying next to me when I wake up. But I bet you're also wondering what napalm has to do with relationship foundations .....
I want to talk about a way to keep your relationship from getting stale, routine, or just downright uninteresting. No, this isn’t an article about spicing up things in the bedroom.
Chances are, I’ll be bored with my relationship again this summer. Yet the relationship persists. In fact, in a few short weeks it will be stronger than ever. I intend for it to last the rest of my, or her, life.
The ultimate test of a relationship is to disagree but to hold hands. ~Alexandra Penney. Pam Allen and I have a few challenges in the argument area lately myself and then I read the quote above, and gave me a few more thoughts.
When it comes to improvements in our relationships, it's always a good idea to have a few reminders. Reminders to keep us on track and maybe a few we’ve either forgotten about or even hadn't thought about before. That's what life is all about - improvement and moving forward.
The Fall Of Man In RelationshipsWithout question, the male role in historic society has been one a leadership as well as headship. Maybe fuelled by testosterone from our early cavemen days where males were the largest of the human species and therefore the hunters of beasts.