“Love You Still… or Not?”-Life in Two After Infidelity

Can a relationship/marriage survive after one of the partners is betrayed?

Yes! The relationship itself can survive for many years to come, but we can’t say the same about the quality of trust or love. You may hear many couples who dealt with infidelity say that they discovered ways to fall in love with each other again after the distress caused by an affair.

However, it is less probable that love is the actual reason why people choose to remain in the marriage/relationship:

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The 5 Personality Traits of an Alpha Female

We are all born with a personality & temperament that adds colour and diversity to our society, friendships, career, etc. These personality differences have been characterized and grouped into two types: Alpha & Beta. 

As such, we will first focus on the dominant personality traits of an alpha female:

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Men’s Feelings Matter Too

With the development of feminism, we can notice a series of misconceptions and hatred towards men that seem to increase from day to day.

Undoubtedly, the emancipation of women has brought a significant change and a new facade to our society, giving women the chance to education, the chance to be heard and valued. But as the empowerment of women increases, the society seems to subtly belittle and demonize men.

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Telepathy in Romantic Couples

Sigmund Freud believed that telepathic communication is a primitive ability, which we lost through the process of evolution. But recent studies show that people are still able to communicate through telepathy even today suggesting that they will never lose the ability to connect with people beyond words and gestures.

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Can Casual Sex Cause Depression?

Casual sex stopped being a taboo for our society since the sexual revolution that marked the period between the 1960s and 1980s. Although this sexual behaviour is still criticised by many for corrupting the traditional codes, some see casual sex as a freedom of sexual expression and experimentation.

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Learn How to Develop Your Emotional Intelligence

The term “emotional intelligence” was first used in an article in 1990 by the psychologists Peter Salovey and John Mayer. Although this term is relatively new, the concept of emotional intelligence can be seen in the affirmation of Socrates (470-399 BC) “Know Yourself”. In the Bible, both in the Old and New Testaments, “Do to others as you would have them do” and “Love your neighbours as yourself” can be seen as elements of Emotional Intelligence.

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4 Psychic Signs Showing That Someone Misses You

Throughout our lives, we form many personal, emotional and spiritual connections. Most of these do not have a strong impact on us – they are just a common part of life and serve only to enrich our experiences. But there are also a number of relationships and connections that we make that have a great significance. These spiritual connections are very strong and, once formed, they have a pretty significant impact on our emotions and thinking. Thus, we begin sensing a person’s moods, vibes, or their desires even in the absence of their presence.

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“I Love You, But…” 5 Signs to Recognise Emotional Unavailability

You just met someone who gives you shivers down the spine and every message or call from him/her makes you thrill like no one else before, so s/he must be the one.

But before rushing to conclusions and irreversibly lose your heart, there are a few aspects of her/his behaviour that can tell you if they are emotionally available to commit to a long-term relationship with you.

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Romantic Jealousy: Understand It and Heal Yourself from It

In the evolutionary psychology, jealousy represented a survival mechanism that aimed to protect a group or a couple from potential intruders. Thus, looking from an extensive perspective, psychologists claim that jealousy was generated by reproductive challenges. More specifically, males were facing paternal insecurity if they were suspecting their mate of infidelity. Females’ insecurity, on the other hand, was caused by emotional aspects, worrying that their partner may develop emotional attachment with other females, which could have diverted all the reserved resources and affection for their children, towards somebody else.

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5 Reasons Why Introverts Make Great Spouses

The success of a relationship is often determined by the compatibility between two partners, which in return is influenced by their personality type.

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