As men, we have the opportunity to seek to know ourselves and, hence, to bring rich resources of love, respect, wisdom, and compassion to all within our sacred circles. This is not the “end of men” but the beginning of manhood redefined.
Moja ya mambo muhimu zaidi mtu anaweza kuwa katika maradhi yoyote ni kujitolea, msaada upendo. Tu hisia ya huduma peke yake kwamba ni kuamka wakati watu kuwakusanya katika show umoja wa upendo hufanya taarifa ya nguvu. mitandao Support pia kutumika kwa ...
Kuuliza kama kuna tofauti za kijinsia katika ubongo wa binadamu ni kidogo kama kuuliza kama kahawa ni nzuri kwa ajili yenu - wanasayansi nashindwa kufanya akili zao juu ya jibu. Katika 2013, kwa mfano, hadithi habari alitangaza tofauti katika ubongo hivyo makubwa kwamba wanaume na wanawake "inaweza karibu ni spishi tofauti." Kisha katika 2015, vichwa vya habari alitangaza kuwa kuna ...
Online dating tovuti na programu ni kubadilisha mahusiano. Zaidi ya asilimia 10 ya watu wazima Marekani - na karibu 40 asilimia ya watu ambao kubaini kama "moja na kuangalia" - ni kutumia online dating tovuti na programu.
uhusiano wetu na wengine - kama kawaida au karibu - kutoa yetu na mara kwa mara, wakweli kioo cha sisi wenyewe. Kama una umba kwa ujumla upendo, mahusiano ya kusaidiana, kutoa mwenyewe baadhi kuthamini, kwa wewe ni wazi kuwa upendo na kuunga mkono mwenyewe. Kama una umba mahusiano magumu ...
One of the beliefs our society holds most dear is that relationships are complicated. Not just romantic relationships, either — wote relationships are fraught with intractable complexities. Watch any movie, read any novel, and you’ll begin to believe that even the best relationships are balancing on the edge...
We were trained to believe that we are empty or broken, and if we can just get someone to give us what we are missing, we would be happy. Then we must control our supposed source of good so that person will keep doing the things that make us feel loved.
While we "know" patience is important, it remains one of life's greatest lessons. In our modern society of instant gratification, it sometimes seems that patience is a forgotten commodity. It is somewhat like the joke that goes "God grant me patience, and give it to me right away.".
Most people spontaneously look for solutions that meet everyone’s needs. We want to please the people we love and want to please ourselves. It’s when we get stuck that we start to look for a compromise or think someone has to sacrifice.
Many humans are using their business as a way to avoid an intimate relationship with their hearts and to somehow bypass having loving relationships with others. The mind plays a big role in this roller coaster game of keeping you in complexity, in a whirlwind of activity and mental jabber. So it is your choice to come out of feeling like a victim of your societies, systems, and businesses.
Demographers frequently remind us that the United States is a rapidly aging country. From 2010 to 2040, we expect that the age-65-and-over population will more than double in size, from about 40 to 82 million.
I never remember being held when I would cry. I was always sent to my room. It was incredibly lonely to be crying alone. I felt as if no one understood me and I had the horrible feeling that there must be something very wrong with me.
My family and my community are just as much “me” as the organs of my body. My body and mind, my family and my community, are interacting and interpenetrating—variously prevalent elements in the network of relations that encompasses all things in nature and the human world.
Couples often trade responsibility for their Inner Children. They project their disowned feelings on each other and riddle the relationship with unrealistic expectations and displaced anger. When you unwittingly hand your deepest longings over to your partner, you abandon your Inner Child all over again.
Ni mara nyingi inaaminika kuwa kihierarkia na wakati mwingine ukandamizaji miundo ya kijamii kama mfumo dume ni namna fulani ya asili - tafakari ya sheria ya jungle. Lakini muundo wa kijamii wa wawindaji leo unaonyesha kwamba mababu zetu walikuwa kwa kweli yenye usawa, hata linapokuja suala la jinsia. siri zao? Si wanaoishi na ndugu wengi.
All good communication boils down to following four simple rules. Abiding by them, anyone can communicate about any topic effectively and lovingly. There are also four opposing violations that create the misunderstandings and ensuing hurt, alienation and confusion that we experience when communicating with others.
How much more meaningful would our moments with loved ones be if we treated them as if this might be our last time together? We would not squabble over petty issues. We would remember what’s important. Kozi katika Miujiza tells us that the world we see is inside out and upside down.
We can probably all relate to the experience of feeling divided within ourselves, occasionally against ourselves, and love will certainly induce this as handily as any of life’s experiences. A little-known fact about Cupid may help explain this. He is said to have carried in his quiver mbili kinds of arrows, one struck you with love, the other with hate.
Do you take the people you love for granted? Do you just assume they will always be there? Do you tell them often enough that you love and care about them, or do you feel there is no need as they probably already know?
A new study finds quantitative evidence of love—something very few economic studies have ever claimed. The researchers asked married couples two penetrating questions about the quality of their marriage, and combined those responses with the couples’ divorce rates six years later.