Tag Archives: relationship

Commitment Issues 101

Originally posted on Not Adulting Right Now:
As a single girl in her 30s, I have to constantly battle the internal and external pressures to settle down and commit to a life of misery. Oops! I mean stability. My bad…. It’s not that I don’t want to get married. I do, someday, to the right… Continue reading

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Freedom, Independence, and Loneliness

Originally posted on Florida Girl Writes:
Outside, the sun shines through clouds, tempting those stuck behind a window, wishing they could feel it on their skin. As a prisoner of responsibility, one is never free of anything. There is always something keeping you back. When we think of freedom we think of it as having… Continue reading

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Happy Ending

Originally posted on A Struggling Author:
All is well that ends well. We all love happy endings. In fact, we all want happy endings with everything and everyone. So do we get it? I find the concept of “happy endings” pretty funny. For I don’t think that they are possible. Like literally! Come, think about… Continue reading

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Subject and Object: Explorations how we construct meaning and language

Originally posted on rodger-ricketts.com:
Subject and Object: Explorations how we construct meaning and language ? “We experience ourselves and the world as subject and object only through conceptualization and language. This dualism, however, is only mental and not real. Mind produces this subject-object dualism. The subjectivity of our mind affects our perceptions of the… Continue reading

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Let It Go

One major self-love strategy is the ability to identify and remove toxic relationships from our lives in order to protect our peace. No, the title of this is not a reference to the Disney Channel movie, Frozen. However, just like in the movie when Princess Anna discovered that although Prince Hans seemed like a good… Continue reading

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Salient Tips to Create an Awesome Profile on Nikah Matrimonial Sites

Originally posted on Nikah Destiny:
If you are one of the users who want to tie your nuptial knot, you need to get the help from any of the leading Nikah Matrimonial Sites. This is because they are the professionals in the entire online matrimonial world and can help you meet with your respective soul… Continue reading

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Listening isn’t enough.

Originally posted on Chasing My Dreams:
After rescheduling my therapist appointment due to illness and weather multiple times for over a month, I finally went to see her yesterday. Husband went with me after work so that we were able to window shop for his AR and my 9mm before dinner with some friends and… Continue reading

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Introduction

Originally posted on Self-Conscious to Confident:
Hi everybody! My name is Allison and I am a 21-year-old Accounting student that is on a journey from being uncomfortable and self-conscious and insecure in her own skin to a woman who loves herself and her body. I used to be in VERY good shape. When I was… Continue reading

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Judge less Forgive more…

Originally posted on Rads Blog:
Ever wondered why you can never be mad at your mother for very long? I Love my mom a lot, like almost all of us. If you see deep inside its mainly because she loves you, accepts you, corrects you, does a thousand other things and hence is just irreplaceable.… Continue reading

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Why We Should Not Take on Other People’s Problems: A Counselor’s Perspective

Originally posted on Therapy Thoughts:
Have you ever found yourself growing frustrated because “that person just won’t listen to my advice,” or because “don’t they seem to recognize how they are hurting themselves by acting like that,” or because “I can’t believe someone could be so irresponsible.” I know I am guilty of this from… Continue reading

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