Should You Stand By Your Man No Matter What?
Most everyone has heard the legendary song Stand By Your Man by Tammy Wynette. The song speaks of showing the world you love him, giving him understanding, forgiveness and always standing by him. However, there are situations when people warn you to stay away from the person you are dating. They have known him longer than you. They have seen his dark side and care about you enough to not want to see you hurt. Just how long and how much should a person stand by someone when they are told it is the wrong thing to do? READ MORE
What Is Considered Crossing the Line If You Are Married?
If you are in a good and happy marriage, the last thing you want to do is to be faced with the possibility of divorce and have to start over because of bad choices you made. Seemingly harmless flirting, Internet chat, texting and secret meetings with the opposite sex might not enter your mind as something that would lead to divorce. It's crucial that you and your spouse come to terms with what you feel is crossing the line in your marriage before it's too late. READ MORE
Do You Often Feel the Stabs of Rejection?
Everybody feels rejection at some point in their life. Rejection is related to how someone treats you or how you perceive a situation. Even if you feel rejected, it doesn't always mean you are actually being rejected. The feelings might stem from past experiences or starting over in life with a feeling of inadequacy. Hanging on to feelings of rejection does not enhance your life. It puts a wedge between you and the people you are around. Learn the difference in feeling rejected and being rejected and where the feelings come from...READ MORE
Tips for Getting Your Boyfriend to Listen to You
A major complaint from women is that their boyfriend (or significant other) will not listen to them. This has been an on-going discussion among women for ages. Men need to listen and women need to understand why men sometimes avoid listening. Especially after you reach a certain age, you want real communication with your significant other. You don't want to be in your 40s or older and still be straining to have good conversations. You want to be heard and understood...READ MORE
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