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9 Different Ways To Know If Your Partner Genuinely Loves You or Not

There are several ways that can actually help you to gauge how much your partner loves and cares for you. But the first and foremost thing is that it is important to know if they truly love you or not. Here are some of the ways that can help you to learn whether your lover truly loves you.




1. The person should not be selfish in bed: Ah well, this is the first and foremost thing that you need to take care of and observe carefully. Your partner should be extremely careful and take care of your likes and what actually turns you on or off. Your partner's motto should not be only sex and nothing else. rather he/she should understand what is good and what is bad for you. Your partner should be your best friend when in bed also.

2. Your partner will always stop you from doing anything that is irrational: Whenever you seem to do anything irrational, your partner who truly loves you from the core of his/her heart will always stop you from doing so.

3. He/She takes good care of you when you ha…

How to Find Love Again After a Breakup or Divorce - Understand The Psychology

So you are wondering how to find love again after a breakup. Don't worry, I will show you that finding love again is easier than what you might have thought.




How to find love again after divorce or a breakup
Tip #1. Accept that your past relationship is over

There is a psychological principle behind this. The recovery process won't happen until you accept your losses. This principle applies to all type of losses.

Let's suppose that you invest some money on stock market. For a whole year, whenever you check your shares you see that their prices are going down. You feel bad and you think that you should have invested your money somewhere else.

You feel bad about your losses on the stock market. One day you see that the stock market is crashed and you lost all of your money you invested. Tell me what you would do in this situation.

You may feel bad for a while, but thereafter you will try to find other ways to invest and raise your money.

The same thing happens when you inves…

Don't Feel Chemistry With Nice Guys? Here's How to Change That!

Have you ever felt frustrated that you seem to get hopelessly "head over heels" for unavailable men, yet find yourself hopelessly impervious to the advances of nice guys who are genuinely available and ready for a serious relationship? Would you like to change this pattern so you can finally start enjoying a great relationship and quit wasting time with men who play hot-and-cold with your emotions? Keep reading to see how the science of psychology can come to your rescue!





In a classic study of social psychology, Dutton and Aron conducted an intriguing study in which a female experimenter stood at the end of two different bridges, and asked random men who crossed the bridge to tell a short story as part of a psychology experiment. The first bridge was a safe, sturdy bridge ten feet over a calm rivulet- we'll call that one the "safe bridge" for our purposes here. The second bridge was rickety, scary bridge that traversed a 230-foot drop to rocks and rapids- we…

How To Set Boundaries In A New Relationship

When the book, The Rules, by Ellen Fein and Sherrie Schneider, first came out in 1995, it became an instant worldwide hit. Women everywhere were drawn to the concept of having a set of 'rules' to help them navigate the early stages of their romantic relationships.




Although I don't necessarily agree with the 'rules' themselves, the idea of having a set of personal parameters of what you will and won't accept when you're dating, is a concept I can get behind.

Boundaries are a set of rules we create to let people know how we would like to be treated. They also determine how other people's actions and words affect us and how our own behaviour and words can affect others.

Being crystal clear about how you want to be treated is so important when entering into any new relationship. Setting up the understanding of what you prefer gives the other person the opportunity to figure out if they can meet your expectations, or not.

Once the relationship is established…