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Age gap and relationships
Posted:Oct 9, 2021 8:46 am
Last Updated:Oct 10, 2021 1:43 am
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The older partner already has family commitments
from a previous relationship, which can cause friction
with their current partner. On a similar , the possibility
of starting a family may lead to tension where the younger
person would like to have but their older partner
has a family from a previous relationship, and doesn't
want to have any more .
Partners in relationships with large age gaps often find
it difficult to relate to their partner's friends,
sometimes finding their older partner's friends
boring or their younger partner's friends immature.
Even if this is not the case, their partner's friends
often leave them out of the group, either consciously or
subconsciously. Similarly, partners may have different
ideas of fun places for dates.
As with any relationship, insecurity is of the main
issues which can destroy a happy couple. When in relationships
with an age gap, partners often find themselves worrying
that their other half will run off with someone their own
age.
If the relationship is meant to be then the partner will understand any issues, and be willing to work towards resolving them. Many people in these relationships, particularly the older partner, make the mistake of bottling up their feelings, assuming that their partner will not
understand due to the age difference, or is too immature
to want to change. Communication is of particular importance
with regards to future plans for marriage and family.
Some relationships with age gaps simply won't work,
as with any relationships, however by talking things through
and making the effort to respect your partner's needs
you can increase the chances of making the relationship
work in the longer term.
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what you want out of a relationship
Posted:Oct 9, 2021 1:25 am
Last Updated:Oct 9, 2021 1:28 am
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Good relationships can offer support, companionship, and room for personal growth. These elements thrive when both partners are emotionally prepared assist and support each other. the other hand, relationships can go sour quickly if each person requires a lot of attention, without offering much, because he or she uses relationships something counter his or her personal unhappiness. Be sure that you are in an emotional and mental place where you are prepared give much you receive.
In many ways, serious relationships are a string of compromises. You have reach mutual decisions about where you want go, what you want do, where you want live, the type of lifestyle you aspire lead, and what you want out of your relationship. If you live together, you also have to compromise about types of domestic habits. When you're not prepared take part in several serious, potentially life-changing compromises, you're likely not ready for a relationship. That's not say you should never stick your guns about certain decisions, but most productive relationships involve a substantial amount of give-and-take.

You're not sure what you want out of a relationship.
Relationships require a lot of communication about needs and wants. Articulating these things can be difficult enough even if you have a clear idea of what they are. If you're unsure of what you want out of a relationship, communication breakdowns are more likely become a problem. You're better prepared enter into a beneficial relationship if you have done enough self-reflection to know what you require from a relationship.
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You're not over past relationships
Posted:Oct 8, 2021 10:47 am
Last Updated:Oct 9, 2021 4:44 am
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If your last relationship still feels fresh in your mind, even if it ended a long time ago, you should probably wait before diving into a new one. Any lingering feelings of bitterness, jealousy, or sorrow could easily seep into your new relationship. Without even realizing it, those leftover feelings might cause you to sabotage what you have with a new partner, even if it could have been great without the emotional baggage.
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What makes forgiveness more difficult?
Posted:Oct 8, 2021 8:38 am
Last Updated:Oct 8, 2021 9:24 pm
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We all know that we should forgive the wrongs done to us. And usually, forgiving isn't that hard to do. We can forgive the clerk that short-changed us or the friend who didn't show up for our lunch date. We can even forgive the person who cut us off in traffic.

Sometimes, though, forgiveness is much more difficult. Especially when the offense is great, extending forgiveness can seem almost impossible.

The difficulty we have in forgiving reflects the pain we have suffered. We have been hurt, so our natural reaction is to strike back at the person who hurt us. Often, we do this by holding a grudge. By doing so, we somehow believe we are hurting the other person in return. Logically, we know this is not how it works. In fact, we are usually only hurting ourselves. Yet holding a grudge can be a passive way for us to express our pain.

When an offense causes us significant loss, our pain can easily turn to bitterness. This bitterness then eats away at us and solidifies our resentment of the offender. As a result, we become powerless to move beyond the offense. Instead, we are tied to that moment in time and are continually reminded of the loss we suffered. In essence, we cause ourselves to relive the offense again and again.

Our inability or unwillingness to forgive can have dramatically negative effects on us personally. Not only does it affect our relationship with the offender, it spreads to other relationships, too. We can close ourselves off from others—perhaps in an attempt to protect ourselves from being hurt again. Others can sense our resentment and may begin to distance themselves from us, too.

Beyond this negative effect on our relationships, refusing to forgive can have medical and spiritual consequences. Bitterness and resentment have been tied to a variety of health problems. Plus, every major world religion emphasizes the importance of forgiving—whether it be for our own inner peace or our relationship with God.

None of us are perfect. We have all been wronged and we have all wronged others. If we expect others to extend forgiveness to us, we need to reciprocate by extending forgiveness to others.

Granted, this isn't always easy. It may take some time and involve tough conversations with the offender to work through the issues. You may even discover that the offender is unaware of the offense. More serious cases may require enlisting the help of a mediator or booking sessions with a professional counselor or minister. In the end, though, it is always worth it.
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Long-distance relationship
Posted:Oct 7, 2021 8:37 pm
Last Updated:Oct 27, 2021 10:38 pm
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Effective communication is essential when it comes to a successful long-distance relationship. Not just how and what you communicate, but when you do it, too. It helps to establish some sort of schedule when it comes to communication, and although routine might not sound romantic, it can play an important part. Most of us feel secure with routine; it reassures us to know that something's going to happen at a certain time on a certain day. And it's this feeling that can help your relationship survive, and even flourish. Find the most convenient time to e-mail your partner and then try and stick with it and build it into your daily schedule. Make sure it provides adequate time for you to put down how your day's gone and, more importantly, how you're feeling. (If you find that first thing in the morning works best for you, then you'll have the previous day's events to write about.) You might not be able to stick to this schedule all the time, but if you know you're going to have to deviate from it then let your partner know. If you're going to be away on business and won't have access to the internet, let your partner know so they won't worry when they don't get their 9am e-mail from you. It's that aspect of communication that's as important as what you actually say in any e-mail.

Setting boundaries is also important when it comes to what you both want from the relationship. Again, it's not romantic to talk about your expectations, but if you want your long-distance relationship to have a chance of working, then you should discuss these things. It's OK to let your lover know that you don't want to be doing what you're doing in 18 months' time. Approach the subject with a "so, do you see us still doing this next September?" opener and take it from there. But try and be honest. Although you won't know how you're going to be feeling next September, let your partner know, based on what you're feeling now, how you believe you might feel and what you will be looking for where your relationship's concerned. Discussions such as these can help both parties understand the commitment each other is prepared to make to the relationship. No one wants to feel that what they're putting into the relationship isn't being matched by their partner—and that goes for anything from e-mail exchange to the number of visits each party makes.

Setting some sort of "expiry date" to the long distance aspect of your relationship is a good idea. Although you might not want to do this until you're a little more certain that he or she is "the one," once you've made up your mind, then you really don't want to feel that you're going to have to wait indefinitely before you can do all those things other couples take for granted. And when you and your partner talk about the future, try to do so in a practical and purposeful way. If you're both serious about your relationship, it shouldn't be too difficult for you both to come up with concrete suggestions to enable the two of you to be together on a daily basis.

It goes without saying that trust is paramount—in any relationship, long-distance or otherwise. In a long-distance relationship, however, sexual fidelity has to be discussed and, as with most other factors, parameters have to be set. At the beginning of your relationship, establish with your partner the boundaries where relationships with others are concerned. If you want a monogamous relationship then it's paramount that you tell your partner. Disaster awaits the person who embarks on a long-distance relationship with the attitude that she knows "he wouldn't sleep with anyone else." Admittedly, even if your partner says he doesn't want to sleep with anyone else, we all know that there are no solid guarantees in this game. But discussing this issue and agreeing on how you are going to conduct yourselves in relationships with others will give your relationship a greater chance of success.

Although you and your partner might have agreed to conduct your relationship on a monogamous basis, that doesn't stop either of you having relationships with members of the opposite sex. However, it's best to be open and transparent about any relationship you do have. This will help allay any fears your partner might have. It's OK to say you like someone, that you find them funny and enjoy their company, although a little tact is always going to soften any delivery, especially if you know your partner might be feeling a little insecure.

Just because you're in a long-distance relationship and can't spend time together, doesn't mean that you can't have a social life. It's important for people in such a relationship to have a social life and a network of friends—these can prove invaluable when it comes to offering support during those more difficult times when missing your partner has rendered you pretty low. Your partner shouldn't want you to curtail any of your social activities just because they can't join in. In fact, a loving and nurturing relationship involves wanting your other half to be happy, even if it is, at times, without you! Try not to dig too deep for facts about any nights out, especially where attractive members of the opposite sex are concerned. If you've established that you are both going to be monogamous then that should be enough.

Even though you can't go to the movies together, you can still see the same films and then discuss them afterwards. This gives an added dimension to the relationship and can help you both avoid becoming a little too "introspective." You can do the same with books.

Try and find an online game you both enjoy playing. Many of these allow you to "chat" while you're playing thereby giving you an additional channel of communication.

As important as routine can be, it's nice now and again to surprise your partner with a letter, or small gift, or even a postcard Also look out for articles in newspapers or magazines that you think your partner will appreciate reading, and send these off—again, the element of surprise adds to this gesture (this works especially well if you live in different countries and would have little chance of coming across the article otherwise). It's nice for your partner to know that you were thinking of him or her, even when doing something as ordinary as reading the paper!

Above all, keep faith in your partner, and your relationship. And then when the time comes and you can be together every day, those endless days spent wishing you could be together will seem to belong in another life. The only thing you'll be wishing for then is that he or she made the bed a little more often! Comments are welcome..
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How important is sex to you?
Posted:Oct 5, 2021 11:33 pm
Last Updated:Oct 6, 2021 8:18 pm
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How important is sex you? - in the context of a relationship, naturally! - Is the defining factor on how you see your partner and your relationship? Is the 'cherry on the top'? Was grounds for divorce?
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While dating which compliment would woman like?
Posted:Oct 4, 2021 4:33 am
Last Updated:Oct 5, 2021 8:32 pm
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Dating…Which compliment…would a woman like best?

Vote and share your views.
compliment on her figure
compliment on her hair
compliment on her breasts
An other compliment
5 Comments , 21 votes
Ladies, how many messages do you get per day?
Posted:Oct 3, 2021 10:52 am
Last Updated:Oct 13, 2021 8:43 am
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Ladies, how many messages do you get per day, per week, per month from interested males? Oh, and that includes scammers.
A lot of messages
A few messages per day
A few messages per month
None/scammers
Other
11 Comments , 23 votes
Doubting about partner
Posted:Oct 3, 2021 4:30 am
Last Updated:Oct 3, 2021 4:43 am
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Suppose you were in a relationship but you had serious doubt about your partner that he/she was cheating on you and so you broke up with him/her.. But after sometime you realised that it was totally a wrong idea and you actually did a huge mistake by doubting about your partners' loyalty when he/she was actually deeply and sincerely in love with only you... But then it was too late to rectify your mistake...
And now You will REGRET FOR NOT TRUSTING for the rest of your life...

In another case suppose you were deeply in love with someone and you trusted that he/she was in love with you too... But one day he/she left you and that time you realised that your partner never really loved you at all.. And So now You will REGRET FOR TRUSTING for the rest of your life...

So now I am asking you all , according to you , which one of these two situation is worst ?

Will be waiting for all of yours valuable opinions... Have a great weekend
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what kind of woman you are?
Posted:Oct 2, 2021 3:31 am
Last Updated:Oct 3, 2021 10:53 pm
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what kind of woman you are
An average
Slightly witchy type
Very beautiful
Born goofy
Like an angel
Other
6 Comments , 8 votes
Do they read your full profile anyway?
Posted:Oct 1, 2021 7:40 pm
Last Updated:Oct 2, 2021 7:36 am
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Do they read your full profile anyway?
Maybe/yes
Many don't
Only a few
Other
7 Comments , 21 votes
Would you prefer to stay together and live apart with your partner?
Posted:Sep 30, 2021 8:45 am
Last Updated:Oct 1, 2021 11:34 pm
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Would you prefer to stay together and live apart with your partner?

Would this lifestyle suite you?
Maybe/Yes
No
Depends
Other
2 Comments , 9 votes
Are you submissive or dominant in relationships?
Posted:Sep 29, 2021 8:40 pm
Last Updated:Oct 6, 2021 8:19 pm
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In the majority of relationships…one person...has the final say on things and make’s the big decisions…while the other trusts their judgement… responsibility?
Submissive
Dominant
Depends
Other
3 Comments , 5 votes

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