I think today’s topic and story, is one you can relate to. Many have seen, felt or experienced this kind of pain. Some call it bad love. It is bad love, but I call it being abused. We should all know by now, there are many forms of bad love or abuse. I have seen many. Here is one true story. (more…)
I want to start by asking a few questions, “What Is The Power of Love? Do you know? What would be your answer?” Equally important is another question, “What would be the basis of your answer?” Let’s see if you agree with this statement when I say, “The most powerful force on earth is love.”
Many people are familiar with the song, “The Power Of Love.” Written and recorded by, Jennifer Rush. Also recorded by various recording Aritist including, Celine Dion, Laura Branigan, Helene Fischer, and Air Supply. The theme of the song, involves two lovers in their relationship and their powerful feelings of love for each other. (more…)
I want to start with a few definitions of the terms, cold hearted, cold love. The Dictionary.com states the term was first used in the works of Shakespeare around 1600. The term being defined today as, “lacking in feeling or warmth; unkind.” The Oxford Dictionary says, cold hearted is, “unfeeling · unloving · uncaring · unsympathetic · unemotional · unfriendly · uncharitable · unkind · insensitive · hard-hearted · stony-hearted · heartless · hard · cold.” (more…)
This is not my writing or my material. It is a story I feel needs to be heard. This article was written By, Nicole Pelletiere. She is with, Health-Family & Relationships. This was also presented on, Good Morning America, and presented on, Yahoo News. (more…)
Everyone wants equal rights. Do you? Do you want fairness? In a relationship or marriage, things are not always equal. We all have a mindset or pre-conceived ideas. One of those ideas is, “Meet me halfway.” Halfway means half. Half means 50%. This means everything will be half and half in our relationship. If I give my half, and you give your half, a 50- 50 relationship rarely succeeds. Most of the time it fails.
I want to explain something now. I understand the term, “Meet me halfway.” Most of the time it is a cry for help or a plea for assistance. It is asking someone to get up and help. Be responsible, do your part, do what you are supposed to do. It is saying, “I can’t do everything myself. You need to help me.” I am saying, “Do not let meet me halfway, be the foundation of your love and relationship.” (more…)