Emotional intimacy is considered the deepest level of connection in a romantic relationship. There are many benefits to gain once you and your partner achieve such intimacy. Having emotional safety and strong connection are some of them. Also, you will be more confident in overcoming challenges in the relationship.
Unfortunately, some people find it difficult to establish emotional intimacy with their partner naturally. If you are one of those people, the following ways can serve as a good starter. (more…)
Not everyone understands the word “transference”, but this concept appears frequently in relationships. Transference in relationships causes certain people to repeat spousal abuse history, fall in love with toxic people, or fail to form an intimacy with their spouses. Understanding this concept will help you to take the first step in preventing it from ruining your efforts to form a healthy relationship. (more…)
Unrequited love hurts, and it’s more than just about a romantic fling.
If you don’t know how to stop loving someone, you will get trapped in a psychological prison, unable to move on. It has negative effects on your mental health.
Luckily, “stop loving someone” is something you can learn to do. Find out how to release that pining burden and start welcoming new possibilities in life. (more…)
Many people welcome the feeling of falling in love, but they don’t always know how to fall out of love. Unable to let go the person you love is difficult because it stops you to find a better option. What if you fall in love with an abusive person, or someone who doesn’t appreciate you?
Falling out of love can be hurtful, and you may face psychological difficulties in letting go. However, taking slow but sure steps will help you release the burdening emotion. Once you let go, you are free to explore other options, or simply heal and relax.
Here are five steps to take if you want to fall out of love. (more…)