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Every relationship has its ups and downs; no one expects a smooth-sailing relationship all the time. Sometimes the ups include friendly ribbing and teasing on both sides, while the downs include fierce arguments and frosty silences. Either way, arguments are inevitable. But how do you draw the line between harmless banter and emotional abuse? We have a few signs for you to take note of. If your relationship starts to reek of emotional abuse, please seek help from the nearest abuse shelter immediately, or turn to someone you can trust. If you think that emotional abuse doesn’t matter because of the lack of physical scars, think again! Words still have the ability to hurt you, and with enough time, they can worm themselves into our thoughts, warping your personality and perceptions of the world. Your Partner Invalidates Your Feelings One sign that something is wrong would be your partner refusing to acknowledge your feelings. If it was just harmless banter,

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Being in a long distance relationship is one of the absolute hardest things that anyone in a relationship can have to do. Whether it is because of work or because of a family moving far away, long distance puts a huge strain on any relationship that can make it very difficult to keep two people together. Most people will tell you that your long distance relationship has no chance of working and that it is better to just let your partner go rather than try to work something out, but there are plenty of examples of long distance working out very well and the happy couple staying together for years to come. You do not need to compromise your affections in order to keep yourself happy in your relationship. Instead, you should take a look at the things that you can do to keep your relationship fresh and thriving while the two of you are so far apart that you

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When you’re dating for a while, whether it’s casually or seriously, you’re going to find that you have a lot of emotions going on. You obviously care about this person, otherwise you wouldn’t spend the time on them that you do. But before you get in over your head, you’ve got to make sure that you’re doing the right thing. The best way to do this is to ask yourself some questions. Sit down, grab some paper, and start writing. If that’s not your style, go out to a quiet place and think it out to yourself. Whatever way you do it, you’ve got to ask yourself… Question #1 What makes you commit to each other? This makes you think of them, too. What is it about each other that you just love? What can’t you live without? Figuring out if you want to grow together and have a family is very important. Or maybe the two of you want

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