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91). How To Keep The Flames Burning In A Relationship  By : My Relationship Tips
Creating Intimacy to Keep the Flame Burning It is true that intimacy and relationship are two very different words. They have different meanings and present totally different concepts. The tie that binds them to each other, however, is the fact that a relationship needs intimacy to survive. Intimacy is the substance which enables the p...

92). Are Your Relationships Codependent?  By : Royane Real
One of the greatest benefits of having close friendships is that our friends can support and help us when things get rough in our lives. In exchange for the support our friends give us during a crisis, most of us also help our friends when they need it. In a relationship between two emotionally healthy adults, the roles ...

93). Does Your Husband Get An Easter Basket?  By : Nicole Dean
I was talking with some girlfriends and the topic of Easter came up. I asked, “What do you put in your Husband’s Easter Basket?” The response I got was surprising to me. It’s funny how our own traditions make us assume others are like we are. It seemed I was in the minority when it came to Easter baskets for the adults. N...

94). Bonding With Your Partner – Without Candles, Wine Or Lingerie!  By : Margaret Paul, Ph.D.
Summary: Many partners attempt to bond with candles, wine or lingerie, only to find their time together feeling flat, empty and passionless. In this article, discover what really creates bonding, intimacy and passion with your partner. A journalist interviewed me regarding intimacy in relationships. One of her questions was, “What are ...

95). Overcoming Fears of Intimacy  By : Margaret Paul, Ph. D.
Sam, age 42, had never been married. It’s not that Sam had never fallen in love. But every time a relationship had started to move toward commitment, Sam ran. When Sam’s loneliness became overwhelming to him, he called me for help. “I want to be in a relationship, yet every time I get close to someone, I run away. I’m not ...

96). Back to La-la Land  By : Sam Vaknin
Relationships with narcissists peter out slowly and tortuously. Narcissists do not provide closure. They stalk. They cajole, beg, promise, persuade, and, ultimately, succeed in doing the impossible yet again: sweep you off your feet, though you know better than to succumb to their spurious and superficial charms. So, you go back to you...

97). Discerning The Loving Heart  By : Margaret Paul, Ph. D.
How often have you had the experience of connecting with someone – a friend or a potential partner – who turns out to be an uncaring person? At first you think this is a really good person, and then down the line you discover that the person is self-centered, narcissistic, angry and uncaring. You wonder how you could be so wrong, and what can you d...

98). Flowers to Touch The Heart  By : misha
Roses, daffodils, tulips, violets, chrysanthemums. The perfect way to melt the heart of every woman in your life is with flowers. Flowers touch that special place inside of every woman and lets them know that you care. Whether it is your wife, girlfriend, or mom, flowers speak the universal language of affection and appreciation. Sending flowers is...

99). Don´t Argue - You Can’t Win Anyway  By : Rene Graeber
Ever noticed the outcome of an argument between two people or groups with contradicting views? Was there really a winner? Read on to find out the answer...

100). Interracial Relationships - an Overview of Issues  By : F. Duru
Interracial marriages and relationships have become increasingly accepted and encouraged by society. Since the 1967 legalization of interracial marriage, the number of mixed race marriages has more or less doubled with each passing decade. There are currently over 1.6 million interracial marriages in the United States and that figure is forecasted ...

101). Not In the Mood for Love?  By : Cat Tobin
Nothing can bring two people who truly care about one another mentally and physically together more than lovemaking. Passion can grow in your marriage; all it takes is a little planning and imagination.

102). 5 Ways To Keep Romance Alive – On A Budget  By : Jeff Rose
Just about everyone agrees that a nice dinner and a good bottle of wine at a quiet, intimate restaurant will set the mood for romance, but have you seen the price tag? Not everyone can afford to spend big money on romance ever time, but a bit of creativity can get the same results without breaking the bank. While most people know about...

103). Baggage Handling - And Not The Kind You Take On Vacation!  By : Olivia M
My friend Susan, a beautiful, intelligent and successful professional single, recently announced that her tumultuous 6-month relationship was over. "He's got too much baggage and I don't know how to handle it", she explained over a skinny decaf latte at our weekly hangout session. So how much baggage is too much, and when ...

104). Relationships And Poor Communication  By : CD Mohatta
To communicate means to tell about our feelings, and our thoughts. When we communicate, our words may not say precisely what is in our mind, but when somebody takes our body language and words together, he/she can probably find out what we really want to communicate. Understanding communication and making communication is both an art and a science....

105). Can The Feeling Of Guilt Destroy Your Relationship?  By : Sheila Easton
When the mind allows guilt to take over, it will tear down relationships, especially if the partner fails to come to terms and agreement with self. To determine if your mind is full of guilt you must ask your self-questions. What did you do so wrong that would offend your partner that cannot be forgiving? Guilt can break the mind down...

106). Relationships and the Law of Attraction  By : Michael Losier
This question and answer article was done by Gizelle River, Virtual Administrator and Writer. Visit her website. G: Hi Michael. Today's topic is relationships. In your hundreds of seminars and TeleClasses, what are people saying about their relationships or lack of them? What kind of complaints do you most often hear? M: I...

107). What to Do When People Don't Like You  By : Royane Real
Have you been trying hard to make friends with no good results to show for all of your efforts? If it seems that you have been trying hard to make friends, but that other people still don’t want to be your friend, you may have come to the conclusion that there’s something wrong with you. That maybe you are basically unlikeable.

108). Are You Being Lied To?  By : Royane Real
Right now, one of the books I am reading is “Get Anyone to do Anything” by David J. Lieberman. This book is filled with many techniques you can use in difficult situations to get other people to do what you need them to do. His methods are based on many years of research into human behavior. He has written a previous book ...

109). How To Know If He/She Is The One  By : Kim Olver
It is my firm belief that if you are seeking a life partner, you need to be clear about what it is you are looking for—what is important to you. If you’ve had more than a few failed relationships, then that’s actually a good thing because it will help you narrow your focus. You probably will develop a list of what you don’t want and fr...

110). What Is Body Language?  By : Codi Morieta
Have you heard of the word Body English? I remember one basketball game when the sportscaster said, "Air Jordan used a little Body English to coax that ball into the hoop, as he released the free throw". He meant that the player moved his hips sideways, as if using mind control, so that the ball will go through the basket.

111). Relationship Deal-breakers  By : Margaret Paul, Ph. D.
In the 37 years that I have been counseling couples, I have discovered that there are only a few issues that are true relationship deal-breakers. Many of the issues that tear relationships apart are not actual deal-breakers. Rather, most divorces and breakups are the result of one or both partner’s unwillingness to learn from the conflicts that exi...

112). A Little Patience Goes a Long Way  By : Gary Mosher
We all know that relationships can be difficult. One of the best methods we have for making every relationship less stressful and more enjoyable is to show a little patience. Patience has been defined as what we lack for the driver in front of us and demand from the driver behind us. In truth, patience is nothing more than time. ...

113). Take the Walking on Eggshells Quiz  By : SS
It's not breaking the eggs that does the lasting harm; it’s the continual walking eggshells. Emotional damage has a way of lingering in the times between resentful, angry, or abusive flare-ups. The empty, dull ache of unhappiness is most accurately measured in the accumulative effect of these small moments of disconnection, isolation, and dread.

114). Don’t Just Say You’re Sorry – Prove It  By : Sandra Lovelace
The words, “I’m sorry” can get us out of trouble when we’ve done something wrong or hurt someone we care about but the key to a good apology is really meaning it and convincing the other person that you are truly remorseful. Apologizing just for the sake of keeping the peace is not an effective way to apologize. In doing so the recipient of the apo...

115). Too Busy for Intimacy?  By : Cat Tobin
This day and age it has become normal for both husband and wife to work full time jobs. With the additions of taking care of the family and hectic schedule it is no wonder why many couples with relationship problems are caught saying that they are just too busy for sex.

116). Promises - Never Break Them In A Relationship  By : CD Mohatta
What is a promise? It is a pledge or an assurance given by one person to other that he/she will act exactly as promised. The other person can rest assured that the promise will not be broken under any circumstances. In this case, circumstances word is very significant. Because even if the promise is made in total sincerity, the circumstances are ta...

117). The Secret Of The Perfect Kiss  By : Burrel Lee Wilks III
Set The Mood Set the mood by treating her like a queen. Take care of her every need so she can just lay back and let the day's stresses wash away. If it's your first date, just relax, take your time and make the entire date all about her (which means you have to tell her stuff about you too!) Look, she wants to feel like a million doll...

118). Jealousy In Relationships  By : CD Mohatta
This is a common theme that is discussed by those who are in love, or by their friends. Why does one feel jealous? Is the relationship weak? If the relationship is strong, should one feel jealous at all? Or it is one's genes? I mean, if I am very sure that I love a girl and I am totally committed to her, and I believe that she is equally in love wi...

119). How to Powerfully Invoke Intensity in Your Relationship – The Mystery behind Sending Mixed Signals.  By : Josh
If you think being steady and uniform in your behavior, will keep your woman happy, think again. By being unvarying and regular, you are merely telling her how good a husband and a father you might be! Now that is definitely a premature signal, during your dating days, because you are truly giving the wrong signal at the wrong time. To invoke inten...

120). Test Your Relationship  By : CD Mohatta
All of our relationships are multi faceted. Whether it is marital relationship or a love relationship, all have dimensions that make them go through ups and downs in our life. a relationship essentially develops between two persons and that is the reason of these changes. If one person is feeling bad for some reason, the relationship will suffer. T...

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