falling in love
I remembered for some reason a long-standing announcement in a newspaper of acquaintances (then they just appeared and were a curiosity): “A stupid, trusting woman with children and problems wants to love and be loved.” One phrase, but how much is said! It is only strange that she did not write about marriage …
“Already married, unbearable” – I remember how in the Russian language lessons the girls and I giggled at this phrase, but remembered these spelling exceptions to the rules for life. It was funny in childhood, and now this phrase has become almost a lifestyle for the female half of humanity. Continue reading
Each relationship goes through certain stages of its development. When it comes time to live together, on the one hand, it strengthens them, and on the other, it provides for the solution of certain difficulties. First of all, they are associated with the unification of two different worldviews and habits together.
I think you have repeatedly heard the phrase “Life kills relationships”, but is that so? Is it possible to consider the moment of “rubbing” as a murder of relations? How to keep love in everyday life, and how not to lose oneself, giving way to a partner, are the answers in our material.
Why life destroys relationships
To begin with, let’s think about what is “life” in general? In the understanding of most people, this is an activity aimed at satisfying their daily psychological and physiological needs. The key word here is “your own”, because everyone knows how best it will be for him, how he will be comfortable and under what conditions this comfort is achieved. Continue reading
Mainly because we in vain believe in all the wrong signs of love. We in vain believe that true love is all about romance and beautiful gestures, about strong, passionate feelings that encourage you to do what you have never done before.
We believe that true love is not only a phenomenon, that it is indicated by a fixed set of attitudes and values. We believe that true love makes you want to spend every second next to your loved one, which makes you jealous and deeply afraid that one wrong step can lead to the loss of the object of such passion.
And when your story begins, you confuse passion with love. Do not think that love is something concrete.
If “True Love” were something concrete, then this would be the logical opposite of “Fake Love”.
There is no true love, because it is either love, no. This is either love, or passion, possessiveness, “stroking” your ego, or any other unhealthy relationship that is not marked by trust, respect and sincere bestowal. Continue reading