Did you know that, for a women, being with a silent male is one of the scariest things, especially when she notices her partner struggling emotionally and just hasn’t found a way to share those feelings by putting them into words?
When people ask you for favors, do you find yourself saying yes even when you’re busy? Would you feel too guilty to say no? Have you lost connection with yourself? If this sounds like you, you’re likely a people pleaser. You’ve gotten out of balance with your behaviors.
Have you ever experienced a relationship rupture that was intense and painful? Maybe it was caused by a heated argument or a betrayal. When pain runs deep, saying “I’m sorry” isn’t enough to heal the relationship. Learn how you can move forward together.
Do you ever struggle to say ‘no’ when someone asks for a favor? When you provide clear ‘yes’ and ‘no’ answers that align with your core values and desires, you’ll feel powerful. And your self-respect will skyrocket.
Have you ever been in a relationship with someone who works hard to be the center of attention? It might be difficult to determine if this person is driven more by ego or self-esteem. One is healthy, and one is not.
The truth is romantic love, otherwise known as infatuation, is a chemical reaction in your brain that can last anywhere from two minutes to two years. And once your brain returns to normal… you may be in for a rude awakening.