When you said your wedding vows you assumed you’d have a happy husband and marriage, but life is full of surprises! Some not so happy. Loving a man who is struggling with unhappiness or even depression may not be easy,… Read More »How Do You Help an Unhappy Husband?
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Some relationships are worth fighting for; others are better off broken. How do you know if your relationship is worth fighting for? These seven tips will help you see your relationship more clearly and decide if it’s worth the time and energy it’ll take to rebuild your love. I also included three stages of love, so you can see what stage you may be in.
The only thing worse than living without your soulmate is never having met one in the first place. You can’t lose a soulmate you never had. How do you live a good, full, happy life knowing you never met or married your soulmate? You never experienced “soulmate love.”
When you believe nobody truly loves you, you feel alone, unloved and unwanted. When you allow yourself to dwell on those feelings, you feel even worse about yourself and your life! And the downward spiral begins. These tips will help you cope with feeling like no one loves you.
If you have no income or financial support, you may feel like you’ll be stuck in an unhappy marriage forever. How do you leave your husband when you have no money? These ideas and tips will give you something new to think about. Even if you don’t find an idea that will work for you, you might find support and comfort in the readers’ comments at the end of the article.
No matter how many times your friends and family tell you how much they love you, all you think is “I don’t feel good enough to be loved.” You’ve read articles on how to increase your feelings of self-worth, you listened to your counselor’s tips on how to feel good enough for love, and you’ve even asked God to help you feel better about yourself.
You love your boyfriend and you think (or know!) he loves you back…but he stopped making an effort in your relationship. You’re starting to wonder about your boyfriend’s feelings for you. Maybe you’re even worried that he no longer loves you the way he used to.
How do you cope with feeling neglected and lonely when your boyfriend doesn’t spend time with you? There are smart ways to respond and draw him closer (instead of reacting and pushing him further away!). You don’t have to break up with him or even talk about your relationship. And you definitely shouldn’t beg or threaten your boyfriend was ways to get him to spend more time with you.