June 11, 1984, you died. I was the only person in the hospital room with you. I held your hand while you took your last breath. I watched you slip out into eternity and end your suffering. I still have so many thoughts, feelings, and emotions to this day. What did I see and what did I learn? This was so hard, but there is no other place I wanted.. Read More
I wanted to share this article with my readers. It has a lot of common sense and I think we have all felt that we have been thrown away. It should not happen to anyone. I think, “Have You Ever Been Thrown Away Like Garbage,” hits a note with too many today. This article is written by: April Williams, Minneapolis Interpersonal Relationships Examiner. Have you ever been thrown away like.. Read More
It is hard to find real practical advice regarding,” What Is A Healthy Relationship.” When I do find it, I want to share it with my readers here. That is what I want to post with the intent of helping others build a healthy relationship. I present this from “HealthyPlace, America’s Mental Health Channel. This is written by HealthyPlace.com ,Staff Writer.” This is not my writing, but I feel it.. Read More
Is it love, or a mutual strangulation society? Martha Beck shows you five ways to get a real grip on the real thing. How To Know It’s Real Love is a great article I wanted to present to my audience. It is written by a very good author and writer, Martha Beck. By Martha Beck Read more: http://www.oprah.com/relationships/How-to-Know-Its-Real-Love-Advice-from-Martha-Beck “In a folktale that has been retold for centuries in many variations.. Read More
AUTHOR: The Questions That Will Save Your Relationships | Glennon Melton Glennon Melton Become a fan Bestselling Author, Carry On, Warrior and Founder of Momastery. I found this article and it is too funny not to publish. It has a lot of truth and practical application with it. The writing is great and needful. I think my readers will appreciate this article. I want everyone to know this is not.. Read More
I Love You. These are powerful, serious and dangerous words. When does, I love you, really mean, I love you? Let me give you an example. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia says, “ILOVEYOU, sometimes referred to as Love Letter, was a computer worm that attacked tens of millions of Windows personal computers on and after 5 May 2000.”
The Look Of Love, what does it look like? I have to ask, “Is the look toward you or away from you? Is someone looking at you or are you looking at someone?” Is this look real or fake? I often look at people just to see if I know them or recognize them. Looking at someone can be cordial or just friendly.
Things are not what they use to be. Things that use to be important, no longer are. I guess the changes in everyday living is part of that. Is this part of our progression of life? I have to ask, “What causes things that were important to become less important?” So, What is important?
Boy, Oh, Boy, Have I stepped in it now? I am actually writing about “Relationship Advice.” I do write about my theme which is love, so maybe I am not too unqualified. From what I see on the internet, I may be a genius. I have to laugh and have a little fun and I hope you will also.
If I asked you to give me a formal definition of the words “Sweet Love”, what would it be? Or, would you try and give me an example? Is that how you would define the meaning? We do use comparisons and examples to try and explain what we are trying to convey or mean. Finding love quotes and love poetry is easy. Finding a formal definition is not easy.