By taking time to reflect on and learn from past relationships, we can overcome the habit of moving quickly from one partner to the next, entering relationships from a position of personal power rather than to fulfill a need.
Communication is vital in a relationship. And not just talking about the tough stuff but the little things that often go unsaid. If left undiscussed, many of these seemingly small issues can cause irreparable rifts in your relationship. This article written by Julie Compton and based on advice from a seasoned divorce attorney is so powerful, we decided to post it in its entirety.
When Muhammad Ali passed away last week, I discovered this video clip of him answering a question that was asked by a little boy many years ago. The question was, “What will you do when you retire from boxing?” The Greatest of All Time’s answer was undoubtedly unexpected and stunned the crowd. Watch this video and listen closely to this interview for just a few minutes.
The Real Housewives are real human beings with feelings and emotions, regardless of the fact that they may seem totally harsh and callous on television. We shouldn't label and pigeonhole these women based solely on their pasts, but look at who they have become today. Why focus on the stigma of their being multiple marriers? Instead, focus on what they need to do to break that unhealthy relationship cycle.