Countless great mother/daughter stories already exist on the bookshelves, in blogs, movies, songs and pictures because we can relate to the love and connection, or disconnection, in them that is inherent in this special relationship. In Asian culture, girls are taught at a very early age to become a “best loving mother” in the future.
There are some habits that may seem trivial to many, but they can be a big reason for your break up if you don’t keep an eye on them. If you are indulging in any of these 5 habits in your own relationship, it’s better to change them instantly. 1. Taking Your Partner For Granted – Make sure not to take your partner for granted.
An old saying: There is a lid for every pot, or there is someone for everyone. I don’t know about you, but I have to say that I am a very lucky dog. I have a wonderful mom, a brilliant dad, and a bunch of crazy loving brothers who married a bunch of fabulous sisters-in-law.
Breakups are difficult enough on their own, but when you’re still in love with your ex, it’s almost unbearable. It feels like your heart is being ripped out of your chest every day. Thinking about breakup over and over again makes your condition worse. Are you going through a breakup like this? Here are some
When we were dating, going out to dinner was something we did whenever we had a chance. We would dress up, carefully chose the restaurant and made reservations. The restaurants were sometimes casual, but most of the time, they were formal, with white table linens, dimmed lights and with a little candle at the center
Truth be told, keeping your partners in the sack isn’t the only way to keep your relationship healthy. A healthy relationship needs openness, communication, honesty and work! These factors are responsible for building a meaningful relation with your partner. Consider these 5 tips to have a healthy relationship with your partner. 1. Express Yourself One
“Healthy relationships are not just about the good times you share; they’re also about the obstacles you go through together, and the fact that you still say “I love you” in the end.” You don’t have to be a relationship expert to understand the simple things that keeps a relationship strong and healthy. All you
My experience at an over priced restaurant! It was a beautiful spring time in Northern California. We decided to visit the famous wine country Napa for the weekend. I also had a demonstration time at the local Whole Foods to sample our new fruit products. My partner took the group to a famous local winery