Relationships are about partnerships, but each person is an individual. A couple can be on very different paths, encountering various challenges along the way. If your partner opens up to you about a specific problem they’re having, or if they’re struggling with their health or well-being, be supportive.
Today I answer Christina’s question. My Husband Prefers Being With His Ex and Their Child Over Spending Time With Me & Our Son. Dear Sybersue,
Cleanliness and making the effort to look (and smell) your best on a date will make or break whether there is a second date! First impressions are everything, especially with how hard it is to date today. Stand out in a good way!
What good is going to come out of treating your partner, friends or family members with angry words and bad behavior? Isn’t this really about YOU and being unhappy with something that is (or isn’t) going on in your life?
Living in this type of environment is a constant reminder of what isn’t happening romantically between you as a couple. The love is gone and replaced by heartbreak and tears. It’s time to wipe those tears and not give any more energy to someone who doesn’t see, care or feel your pain.
It is so important to build up your confidence levels with who you are when you stand alone. A relationship does not define you, being comfortable in your own skin does.