It is transparent
It is precise
It is selfless
It is fearless
It is timeless
It is limitless
It is bold
It is convincing
It is motivating
It is captivating
It is stimulating
It is accommodating
It is understanding
It is forgiving
It is protective
It is defensive
It is attentive
It is sensitive
It is cooperative
It is considerate
It is honest
It is trustworthy
It is right with the right person
03 Apr 2014 Leave a comment
It is transparent
20 Feb 2014 Leave a comment
If the same bed, bathroom, home, and entire physical world is shared, what makes sharing cyber-world so different? Relationships start out as a result of an agreement between people who have committed to sharing their lives. One would expect that such agreement to love, trust and be with one another grants free access to everything associated with the other person, but this is not always the case. Technology has drastically changed the traditional form of communication from face-to-face to e-communication. People prefer to text, talk on the phone, use social media e.t.c. Therefore, a whole new world of human interaction has been created, however we personalize, privatize, and separate it from our regular daily lives. This is a big issue for couples in terms of trust and transparency.
What is privacy in a relationship? It varies depending on people’s personal preferences, relationship status, and defined boundaries. Cyber-world is a place where it is possible for anyone to disguise to be any and everything they are not in real life. It is a world where a person claims personal control over what they do and tend to feel safe and free to do anything without a partner’s intrusion. It becomes easy to cheat on a partner virtually and helps a person to make up excuses of not physically doing anything wrong. It limits transparency in relationships.
Most couples have set spoken or unspoken boundaries of not sharing passwords to phones, Facebook, emails and other technology related information. Many have argued that, granting full access to technology related information can potentially ruin a relationship while others argue that it helps to promote transparency and trust.
As previously stated, privacy in relationships vary depending on the relationship status. Some relationships do have full rights and privileges. For example, a not so serious relationship has a lot of boundaries which may include only having each other’s phone numbers to communicate, with very limited access to other aspects of one another’s lives. People in such relationships have no right or access to each other’s cyber-world unless their relationship status changes. On the other hand, a committed relationship or marriage with two people who have agreed to be one or share their lives together might have more privileges with free access to each other’s world. However, restrictions are strongly placed on sharing cyber-world. Should this be acceptable in committed relationships? To establish complete trust, it is essential for couples to define their relationships’ privacy terms with regards to sharing cyber-world.
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13 Feb 2014 Leave a comment
1) Horse Carriage Ride
2) Couples’ dance club
3) Dinner at a Nice Restaurant
4) Dinner Concert
5) Horseback Riding
6) A walk along the beach
7) Recreate your first date
8) Candle light dinner
9) Live Concert/Orchestra
10)Watch a romantic movie together
11)Spend time with each other at home talking, cooking for each other,playing games, and giving each other good loving.
12.) Take a trip to a romantic resort
1.) A well composed love poem with flowers
2.) Jewelries (Necklace, wristwatch, e.t.c.)
4.) A box of chocolate
5.) Custom made items with your expression of love (mugs, shirts, and candy)
1.) Sexy Boxers
2.) Jewelries (Wrist watch, necklace,Bracelet)
5.) Yourself in a sexy lingerie
04 Feb 2014 2 Comments
1.) Family- This isn’t by choice. Everyone has family, except human beings have begun falling from the sky. The foundation of a person’s existence starts with the family.
2.) True Lovers- They add a completely new spin to your world, they can be supportive of your dreams and aspirations. A new experience of love outside the family.
3.) Haters- Everyone need haters in their lives, they validate the fact that you’re a doing something right. There are two possible outcomes of having haters, they can either intimidate you or motivate you. In order words, paying attention to haters’ actions can lead to low self-esteem while disregarding will help you to stay focused on yourself.
4.) Enemies- Enemies can be known and unknown but they are more dangerous than haters. They are considered an extension of haters. While it is not healthy to have enemies, they indirectly help you to challenge yourself to become a better person and be a true fighter.
23 Jan 2014 Leave a comment
Being passionately in love is essential for every relationship however the strong, head over heels feeling doesn’t last forever. Love comes in different phases and passion which is the strong desire for one another is a phase within the first few years of coming together.
The intense feelings shared between two intertwined hearts can be uncontrollable to the point of losing touch with reality. Many people believe when you feel strongly connected to a person, it is an indication of being perfect for each other in marriage. This is not always true because other factors are involved. Passion is only a catalyst to ignite your relationship and form a bond but much more attributes are required to sustain a relationship.
People make the costly mistake of getting married when everything seems rosy with the cloud nine feeling but eventually become overwhelmed and unable to tolerate each other. The reason why this is not advisable is that, passion sometimes lead to loving blindly which makes it difficult to make the best judgment.
It works for a few mature minds who can control their feelings but most fall through the cracks when marriage reality hits. Every relationship needs passion but it is imperative to focus more on personality of a partner in order to determine compatibility. Any two individuals can have a connection but not every connection is sustainable. Be logically and realistically passionate about your relationship.
21 Dec 2013 Leave a comment
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1.) Rich partner now broke
2.) Relationship lifespan expired
3.) Partner is not romantic enough
4.) Partner is too romantic
5.) No passion
6.) No sex
7.) Too much sex
8.) Clingy partner
9.) Nagging partner
10.) Lack of trust
11.) Family conflict
12.) Too much drama
13.) Irreconcilable differences
14.) Lack of love
15.) Baby mama drama
16.) Baby daddy drama
17.) Mother-in-law issues
18.) Mama’s boy problems
21.) Guy is too handsome
22.) Lady is too pretty
23.) Things just ain’t right
24.) Boring relationship
25.) Player can’t stop playing games
The list continues as you add more reasons you can think of.
18 Nov 2013 Leave a comment
In this writer’s words, nagging is a more advanced form of complaining; It is simply, the constant reiteration of a point of concern. There will always be complaints wherever you find human beings but how does this transform into nagging? The literal definition of nagging is, “persistently recurring, constant demand, fault finding, and complaints.” Men have especially attributed nagging to women but in reality both men and women nag when issues are left unresolved.
To men- Nagging is a tactic used by women to torment, frustrate, annoy, provoke, and irritate them?
To women- It is not nagging, it’s just about addressing an issue or wanting to be heard
Why do people nag?
To address a problem- More than often, people want things a certain way and the problem arises when it seems like things are out of place. Once the problem is discussed, a solution is expected but when there is no resolution, there is recurrence. With recurrence comes reiteration. It becomes nagging when you restate it more than twice to ensure your point is well noted and understood. Nagging pushes the receiver to and over the edge. Let’s not forget that, some people are naturally annoying, they make a big deal out of little things and nag the hell out of anyone around but they also want a problem to be resolved. Such people need special attention.
The truth is that, everything about nagging is negative because the person who nags is unhappy about whatever he or she is complaining about, likewise is the other person sick and tired of hearing it.
Best way to avoid nagging- Address the issue. You might not completely agree with whatever point is presented but there is always compromise.
Agree to disagree- Acknowledge the other person’s concern even if you have a different opinion, then state your opinion, and both agree on how to settle things.
You will not have to listen to it the second time if you’ll just do something about it the first time.
To the nagger- Give it a break and find other ways of stating the same concern without complaining.
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