Domestic Violence from a Higher Perspective
Most people think that there are no easy answers as to why relationships fail, or why they have had such a difficult time in a relationship. This article will help us to understand Domestic Violence from a Higher Perspective, but before I begin to reveal the simple yet rarely known reason why a relationship fails, let’s first define the word relationship in this article. A relationship is defined as: the way in which two people behave (primarily think) toward each other.
We both know relationships usually start with each partner’s best foot forward; meaning that they are showing their best side and thinking the best of the other individual. Then, after a while (after the honeymoon period) the couple falls back on their previous exposure or training if you will; meaning that they begin exhibiting their relationship tapes (their beliefs which they learned from their parents).
This extremely common occurrence is usually strong enough to end 60% of all relationships and most marriages. Of the marriages that do last for more than 10 years, a very large percentage of these partners are staying “together” in the relationship because it’s convenient. Consequently, only a very small percentage of married couples are actually in love and thus enjoying this easily reachable eternal honeymoon stage of marriage.
Why do only a handful of people have a great relationship? The answer: they understand that their thinking and imagining have a profound effect on what happens in their relationships. In addition, they have found a common ground of continual growth, curiosity, and admiration for each other. However, in being able to do this, they must first be totally in love with themselves. If you think about it, how can you love another if you are not in love with yourself first?
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Thanks for reading,
Psychic Madeline Rose
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The Bravehearts of Belgrave High is now published. I have completed the first in a series of novels that I wrote for teens. It is the courageous story of a young girl growing up in a home filled with domestic violence. She also has to endure a school and neighbourhood full of bullies. We read how she maneuvres her way through such a difficult situation. Plus, how she grows because of it, among other themes in the novel.
The desired outcome for young readers is that they will be inspired to treasure their unique differences. If they don’t fit in with the system or with those around them, then they should realise that it’s quite okay not to fit in.
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