Recovering from infidelity is difficult but not impossible. It requires hard-work and commitment. Both you and your partner need to be honest with yourselves and with one another. If you were involved in the cheating, have you made the decision of whether you want to leave your partner? If you haven’t then maybe you aren't ready or willing to restore your primary relationship. If you were betrayed, you may not believe that the relationship is salvageable and that's okay. It m
By: Dr. Carolina Pataky Infidelity is often the most devastating fractures of a relationship. Often the spouse who was cheated on cannot help but blame themselves. Despite evidence that shows you are not the reason for the infidelity, you may find it difficult to believe. There are two options when infidelity is discovered, leave or stay. If you choose to stay in the relationship, then much work needs to be done to find Healing from the affair. Many couples find that through
by: Dr. Carolina Pataky If we look around us, we are surrounded by boundaries and our lives are centered on them. They are mainly there to remind us that our right to interfere here stops. A healthy relationship is all about acknowledging and respecting the boundaries between you and your partner. It is a like a property line between you and your partner stretching indefinitely. It basically, defines where you and your partner should start and stop. These are natural and cruc
A break-up of a relationship can be one of the most traumatic experiences in life. Because only you are experiencing the loss, it can be difficult to feel others are relating to your hurt even though they are sympathetic to your pain. Your grief may feel minimized because so many have experienced similar loss. This should not take away from the healing process you need to work through in order to prepare for the future. Take time to reflect
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Thanks to dating apps and the continuous access to just about anyone, finding a date really isn’t all that complex. Relationships are inevitable. However, it’s that deep, meaningful relationship that tends to fall into the complex barrel. We find ourselves dealing with the wrong ones so many times, that we tend to have dwindling hopes of finding those deeper meaningful relationships. What if we can create purpose, meaning and happiness that lasts in our relationships? We can.
Like traditional dating, modern love has both its highs and lows. There are many ways in which modern love varies from conventional dating. Younger generations are becoming more open about their sexuality with every day that passes. Unlike traditional love, modern love is not subject to the confines of gender, race and age. Same-sex romantic relationships are becoming more popular among millennials day after day. It is also not uncommon for younger people to engage in casual