It’s always a good idea to have a forgiving heart, as people aren’t perfect and are bound to mess up. When you’re in a relationship, there’s much value and love there, so it’s common to have to forgive and move on in order to maintain the partnership. Yet, there are some things that are unforgivable
Marriage isn’t some trial and error kind of experiment that you can afford to have. You don’t want to end up regretting a decision as big as marriage. If you really want to make sure that your boyfriend is ready to get married with you, then you have to make sure that he doesn’t exhibit
1. You begin to notice emotional distance between the two of you. Things just aren’t the way they used to be. 2. Your instinct tells you he/she is being unfaithful. Deep in your heart of hearts you sense something has gone wrong with your relationship. 3. You begin spending less time together. Your bf/gf tells
1. His mood changes quickly. This might be the result of him being conflicted: being with you but wanting to spend time with the new woman. Naturally, it will lead to frustration, moodiness, and even anger. He may even start fights in an effort to sabotage your relationship (there’s no real reason for him to leave, so
Something is definitely missing in a lot of relationships these days, causing them to falter at an astonishing rate. What is it? It seems that relationships these days lack direction. People “date,” but what does that even mean anymore? Is it hanging out four times a month? Texting all day? Kissing here and there? Don’t
Yes, cheaters come in all shapes and sizes, and varying confidence levels as well. But there are some ways you can spot them from a mile away… Teachers If you’ve heard of Ashley Madison, then you know they are the in the “professional” business of cheating. They try to make it classy, but c’mon…it’s still cheating.
is the most disgusting, hurtful, and disrespectful thing you could do to someone you say you LOVE
No one wants to believe that their partner would go as far as sleeping or seeing someone else behind their backs, in fact, we would like to believe that they would feel honest enough to confront us when something isn’t working out. The unfortunate truth of the matter is that we can never be entirely