Escaping an Abusive Relationship
Physical and emotional abuse can very easily cause deep permanent damage to an individual. What’s so unfortunate about this type of situation is that you live in fear of daily abuse but still stay in the relationship. You find yourself covering up the marks, crying through the hurtful words, and making excuses for him. Abusive relationships originate from anger and from him trying to establish a sense of control over you. Then, before you know it, he controls every cent that you make, and how much you spend. Now you’re there feeling completely trapped and dependent upon him with no way out. What you really should be planning to do is escaping an abusive relationship.
“No man is worth your tears. And the one who is won’t make you cry.” Brian Littrell
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. Continue Reading
Mastering the Energy of Attraction
I get emails from women every day telling me that they can’t figure their man out. Even when things are generally going well in their relationship, they still catch themselves feeling uneasy. They find themselves over-thinking things and analysing their man’s every move. Unfortunately, this will only do the opposite of bringing him close. What this does is actually push the man further away on a very deep, subconscious level. Here’s how to go about Mastering the Energy of Attraction in relationships.