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Can you Spot a Cheater? Apparently, there are 5 types of cheaters and very specific reasons why they stray. But first, let’s dig into a recent celebrity cheating scandal. A match made in Victoria’s Secret heaven? It seemed like Behati tamed the rockstar Adam Levine, who had once joked “I’ll never get married” during an interview… Continue reading the 5 Types of Cheaters and Why they Stray
Is your ex in a rebound relationship? Here are some signs why a rebound relationship fails. Understand the rebound relationship psychology.
In my last article, I discussed the signs of enmeshment and how that can impact someone’s attachment style. You may have experienced enmeshment, or you’re dating someone who has, or you’re seeking breakup relief from a heartbreak. First, let’s see how enmeshment can turn up in how we behave in relationships. Hide -Delay-Deny Impact on… Continue reading What is an enmeshed relationship
Enmeshment trauma is one of the most misunderstood forms of emotional abuse, which is why so many people suffer from it without realizing the impact it has on their romantic relationships.
What if the reason you haven’t found true love is because you’re looking for “The One” in the wrong dating pool? Ask yourself these 2 questions to see if you’ve been dating down this entire time. Do you find yourself constantly editing yourself or walking around eggshells to not trigger your partner? Are you consistently… Continue reading Are you Dating Down?
I’ve been consoling a friend who’s been recently devasted by a breakup. Witnessing her cycle through shock and denial brought back memories of the many times I was in her position. Trying to piece myself together after heartbreak, I recall my friends, despite their best of intentions saying things that just rubbed salt on the wound.… Continue reading The worst thing you can say to someone grieving a breakup
You may not be able to change the events of your history, but you can choose to change the story you attach to those events.
It’s never just about the ex. It’s recycled pain. We recreate the emotional experience of how were wounded as children. If we don’t figure out what the subconscious wounds, patterns and beliefs are, we will just keep repeating the same emotional experience, just with different people.
Maybe we can all take a page out of J.Lo’s book and recognize that when we go through life’s hardships, it’s not the end of the world, it’s merely a plot-twist.