Wakati fulani uliopita, nikajikuta single tena (mshtuko, horror!) Na kuamua kupata nyuma katika ulimwengu wa dating. Jambo moja kwamba akampiga yangu mapema sana katika forays yangu ilikuwa kwamba kila mtu alikuwa na maoni kuhusu "nini kazi" katika suala la dating.
Mahusiano mara nyingi hutafsiriwa kama matokeo ya kubadilishana bidhaa na huduma. maarifa ya kawaida anasema kwamba jinsia wanataka mambo mbalimbali kutoka kwa mpenzi.
Je, umewahi mawazo kulikuwa na uchawi familia kufanana kati rafiki yako na mpenzi wake? Au kujiuliza kwa muda kidunia kama jozi kutembea chini ya barabara walikuwa mume na mke, au ndugu na dada? You wanaweza kuwa wakikumbuka mambo. Wanyama wa aina nyingi "kujifunza" nini mzuri
Siku hii itakuwa mara nyingine tena kuona maadhimisho ya upendo. Kwa bahati mbaya kwa watu wengi wenye ulemavu kujifunza, hii ni ndoto tu.
Money wanaweza kununua wewe upendo, lakini kwa mujibu wa baadhi ya masomo katika saikolojia na matumizi ya tabia, jinsi ya kutumia hiyo inaweza yatangaza kitu au mbili kuhusu nia yako ya kimapenzi. Tafiti hizi zinaonyesha kuwa tu kufikiri kuhusu mkutano mpenzi mpya unaweza kweli kuathiri ununuzi maamuzi yetu katika njia ya kushangaza - yanayoathiri wanaume na wanawake tofauti.
Katika tamaduni za Magharibi, sisi alama ya mwanzo wa kimapenzi mtatizo kwa kugusa midomo. vitendo ni wachache kama mkali na wasiwasi na mfano kama kwamba kwanza kiss-na ni hakuna exaggeration kusema kwamba baadhi kisses kujisikia kama maisha au kifo.
At the beginning of a romantic relationship, passion is not in short supply. The thrills of learning all about your beloved, sharing new experiences, and having plenty of sex, create an exhilarating state of desire and romantic love. In fact, a number of scientific studies have shown that this kind of love
“Selfie” is not just word of the year, but also the mainstay of postings on social media sites such as Instagram. With the prevalence of camera-equipped smartphones the posting of selfies has reached epidemic levels – even the funerals of national leaders aren’t exempt. But is there a psychological fall-out?
A friend once grumbled that, given the choice, she’d rather see her ex miserable than herself happy. Few things in life are as traumatic as the end of a long-term, romantic relationship. Nonetheless, many people are able to eventually recover and move on relatively unscathed.
Even though your marriage ends in a literal sense when you lose your spouse, the effects of who the person was still seems to matter even after they're gone
We have a harder time moving on after a breakup if rejection leaves us doubting who we really are, a new study finds.
These two core issues (or negative messages from childhood) often meet and interact with one another, sometimes in disastrous ways. Usually the carriers of these issues are more or less unaware of them.
The term “wild animals” can conjure up images of unruly beasts desperately attempting to survive and reproduce in an unforgiving world. Vicious scuffles between reckless baboons as they contend for dominance.
Our online survey responses suggest that people can find love at anytime. But, when we ask single people from all walks of life if they feel they can find true love, the answers we receive have been quite the opposite.
The difference in what “perfect” means to men and women searching for a mate is much larger than previously believed—no matter where you live.
I started thinking, “Do all wives feel like they are raising their husbands? Wow. Someone should write a book about that.” Weeks later the title How to Raise a Husbna popped into my head, and it occurred to me that, as a wife and a writer, I could write a book about wives and husbands.
Let’s face it breakups hurt. Why? Well, for the most part it’s painful because it represents a loss. And, I’m not just talking about the loss of a loved one, but of the dream that you thought you once shared. Often this sense of a letdown is followed by stress and grief.
Some couples seem blessed with everlasting love. Then, there’s the rest of us—who start running into trouble once the honeymoon is over. We encounter differences, disagreements, dis-appointments. Buttons get pushed. And communication breaks down as issues become increasingly hard to resolve.
As a counselor to couples for many years, I’ve learned to spot the distinctive stages we travel through over the course of an intimate relationship. Although these stages are predictable, even inevitable, we have the power to choose how to travel through them as self-aware actors who are in charge of our lives.
Relationships seem to be about partner matching. Therefore the apparent robustness of sex differences in preferences may largely be an artifact of the focus on sex at the expense of other more meaningful variables.