1. You are each other’s biggest cheerleader.
2. If you are having a bad day, your partner should pamper you accompanied by some prep talk.
3. He cooks you clean, or the other way around. You don’t believe or practice traditional gender roles.
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HSP (Highly Sensitive Person) is a recognized behavioral pattern in humans, especially in marriages. This behavioral pattern is however difficult to locate for spouses. When either of the spouses is able to tell that his or her partner is an HSP, then half the battle against a breaking marriage is won.
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Description: A toxic relationship is probably among the worst partnerships anyone can experience. Unfortunately, spotting the signs of a toxic relationship is tricky. Below is the story of my encounter with a toxic relationship.
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Opening your heart to your spouse is the best feeling in the world. Listening is a form of love and can truly transform your relationship with your spouse. If you claim to love someone and that person has to think million times before opening up to you. It is not loving.
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Do you want your relationship last for life? Is your partner is also feeling the same way? Because relationship is a two way street and It can’t be up to one person to keep up the relationship, it needs both people to thrive.
Every individual is unique and so is there relationships. Even if your relationship is different there are some rules that are common in all strong relationships.
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“Love is life.” “Love is all you need.”
We all have heard these love quotes. They are wonderful. Love makes us feel like a giant dose of happy emotions in your body and brain. It wants us to be present and be together with your partner and if your partner resonates and reciprocates the same emotion, you are lucky.
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Parents often ignore the early stage development of the child, they think child is too young to understand anything but it’s not like that. Child is constantly learning and making beliefs from the birth. If you do not guide them in the right manner at the right time then you can’t change them when they are at the age of 12 and above, says Dr Bruce Lipton.
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Parentage is a very important profession, but no test of fitness for it is ever imposed in the interest of the children. : George Bernard Shaw
Parenting is the process of promoting and supporting the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development of a child from infancy to adulthood. Apart from biological parents of the child, others like an older sibling, a grandparent, a legal guardian, aunt, uncle or other family members also play a very important role in the development of the child. Continue reading “Top 10 Parenting Rules by Janusz Korczak you need to know” →