You might agree with me when I say: working out what your boyfriend knows about you is quite tough. But should it be? Let’s look at practical steps you can take to learn what your boyfriend knows and thinks about you with the help of a psychological trick I call SRI questions, or ‘Serious Relationship … Read more
As human beings, we feel pain whenever someone hurts us, and we grieve when we lose something, so going through the different stages of grief after a breakup is expected for someone who has just lost a relationship.
Grieving and mourning for a lost love is a normal reaction for someone who has a broken heart. To cry, to feel pain, and to experience the stages of grief is normal for someone whose heart has been broken to pieces and is still “under construction.” What isn’t normal and what is surprising is when you wake up in the morning as if nothing happened (unless of course you really did not love the person and you were just in a relationship for convenience).
After the initial feelings of denial or being in disbelief or anger that you’ll feel while going through the different stages of grief in divorce, next comes the bargaining stage. It’s normal that at first, it would be very hard to accept the reality of a divorce and that you would wish to bring back time and do everything or anything that you can just to keep the divorce from happening.
Okay, you got it. You’re wrong. You managed to be honest and admit your infidelity. It wasn’t easy, but you thank all the people who’ve supported you despite what you’ve done. Your boyfriend was hurt, but who wouldn’t be after finding out that their girlfriend has cheated? But he tells you he loves you and he understands your reason, which is mainly about him being overly busy and neglecting you. Now, how do you forgive yourself for cheating.
Midlife crisis. When you hear these words, what do you think of? Probably a man marrying a woman half his age, a man buying a new toupee to cover up graying, thinning hair, or a man pulling into his home’s driveway in a brand new, apple red sports car or on a big, black Harley. What do all of these images have in common? They all involve men. But women go through midlife crises too, with their own set of complexities and problems.
What do Adam Levine, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Matthew McConaughey have in common besides good looks and superb bodies? It’s yoga. Adam treats it like a religion. Gwyneth is so determined that she wakes up in the wee hours in the morning to do yoga. Matthew always makes time to do yoga, even at the beach.
When it comes to the prevention as well as early diagnosis and treatment of an episodic mood disorder, knowing the risk factors that can make you more prone to these types of mental health concerns isn’t enough. You also need to learn about certain things that can directly cause a mood disorder. This will make it easier for you to seek help if you ever experience one or more of these causes and receive early treatment. Here are some of the causes of an episodic mood disorder.
What is the essence of being a woman? I have always heard this question being asked in beauty pageants and competitions and I have also heard a lot of different answers to the said question. Some would say that the essence of being a woman is in being beautiful. Others believe that it’s in her being a mother, while others would also say that it’s in the grace and poise that only a woman can possess.
What is the essence of being a woman? If I would have to answer the question, I would say that it’s not only the capacity of a woman to bear a child, nor only beauty, nor only grace and poise that makes a woman, a woman. Not all women are gifted with the ability to have a child and not all women have chosen to have a child even if they can have one. Yet, that doesn’t make them less of a woman.