This pull becomes a destructive compulsion that corrodes the integrity of the relationship.It replaces respect and compassion with anger and resentment.If you’re looking for a little guidance when it comes to love, you’ve come to the right place.The Cheat Sheet spoke with eight top relationship experts to get some of their best advice. The best relationship advice I’ve ever gotten, and that I give, is “easy does it.” Too often we get caught up in fear-based needs to control our partner.He needs to stay central for us regardless of whether we’re single, dating, or married.Relationships flourish when Jesus and His kingdom are the priority of both people, but falter when they aren’t.Okay, so I would never claim to have it all figured out, but I can say that I’m pretty good at solving other people’s problems. My friends come to me for love and support and advice, and I can usually give them a little nugget or two of truthy, kind, realness to help them determine what to do. It might be that they’re not over their ex or that they still have to finish college.
This advice impacted the way I approach romantic relationships in that I allowed for a lot more space, which in turn allowed for less reactivity, more peace, happiness, and respect.
The chemistry is strong, you connect, you have fun. Now you start to get really excited…could this be it?
Maybe you hang out a few more times, but then something changes. [Click here to keep reading…] Few things are as frightening or nerve-wracking as a man needing space.
I get a lot of heat when I write about what women are doing wrong. Something is up, you don’t want to admit it, but you know it.
Since our intentions are pure, it seems like we should get a positive outcome…but this isn’t always the case. And just as you’re breathing that delicious sigh of relief, the panic reemerges and jabs you right between the ribs.