feel will help
Almost every day we run the risk of finding ourselves in a situation where we cannot really hear and understand our interlocutor, but he cannot hear and understand us. But what if this particular person was our fate? Simple rules of dialogue will help you not to lose it.
Every day and every hour, on weekends and weekdays, regardless of the weather, political situation and economic situation in the world, people, men and women meet and part, bringing and leaving in each other’s memory and souls either a wonderful feeling of unearthly magical joy, or a bleeding wound of doom and misery. Someone luckier – he becomes happy, someone less. But the question of the emergence, development, extinction and termination of relations between a man and a woman leads us to the question of the relationship of a person with a person without determining and highlighting his gender. Continue reading
Any relationship initially carries the risk of separation. And love is no exception. Is there just one desire “to be together happily ever after” to maintain a relationship? What if separation seems inevitable?
When the two are well together, when the relationship fills each other, brings pleasure, enriches the life of a man and a woman, they don’t even have a thought about separation. Or not?
The inevitability of separation can manifest itself even at the beginning of a relationship, when one of the partners feels insecure, is afraid to lose the other, is afraid that he will be stopped loving, abandoned, deceived. Especially if the previous experience was unsuccessful or most of the relationships were short-lived. Continue reading
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