We’ve all been through a shattered relationship at one time or another. It can be heartbreaking. The sense of being alone can be crushing for some people.
What went wrong? Where do you go from here?
Your world probably feels like it has been turned upside down. These terrible feelings of helplessness are even worse if you weren’t the one who wanted the affair to end.
If you get yourself in the heart of an undesired breakup, there is only one thing to do. You must search your soul to make sure that your desire to reunite is what you want, and then you must make it happen. And you can make it happen, I assure you.
I have found that using specific mindsets and philosophies will help you repair the relationship in a healthy way that will allow for continued growth. You can move on from here and have a happy life that you had always dreamed of.
Life is to short to suffer through loneliness and sorrow any longer. Broken hearts do mend. Decide to start healing yours today.
What should you give the love of your life? Every time a special occasion comes along, it gets increasingly difficult to decide what sort of gift to buy. Year in and year out, retailers promote the usual suspects: can’t miss (clothes, accessories, a sound system or plasma TV ).
Boringly practical (tools for crafting, a sweater for breezy winter nights, cookware), adult (sex toys, aphrodisiacs, lingerie), adventurous (trips abroad, escape weekends, bungee jumping) or extravagant (Harry Winston jewelry, a yacht, a business of your own?).
Great gifts are those chosen with loving care, and the worst are those given for the sake of giving. I have a friend whose husband gives her cash on her birthday with the instruction to “just get something you like.” Undoubtedly, she is crushed by his indifference, though he is angry at her reaction since he sees it as a way of avoiding a big mistake.
Of course, one woman’s junk may be another woman’s treasure. I love getting flowers while other ladies in my circle would rather receive things that sparkle. The best gifts are unexpected, and many times don’t even cost a thing.
I keep a treasure box of the special things my love has given me since the start of our relationship. A styrofoam cup on which he drew a picture of a face, the card from a Tillandsia plant arrangement he gave me. An eternity ring he fashioned from electrical wire.
My friends criticize me for being sentimental, even “silly,” but, I derive the greatest pleasure from going through this chest and recalling the occasions when I first laid my eyes on them.
No, I’m not saying my eyes won’t pop out if I get a robin’s egg blue box from Tiffany’s. I’m saying that every gesture is meaningful and doesn’t have to come with a high price tag. The thought behind the gift is everything.
In conclusion, I feel this article on Relationship will get its worth once people like you feel that you have benefited from reading this. Take care.