Your Phone And Your Future Relationship Happiness

Favim.com-37161I have a cousin who believes it’s his inalienable right to pilfer any unprotected cell phone and using the closest social media app wreak havoc in the owner’s life. He once announced his sister’s pregnancy on her Facebook feed. She spent the remainder of the week assuring friends that middle-aged women aren’t nearly so fertile.

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There aren’t relationship problems, only you problems

bullet-game-joker-jonker-Favim.com-614663There’s no such thing as a ‘relationship problem’. A romantic relationship, and even a marriage, at its most fundamental and technical, represents the agreement of two people with common goals. Two individuals agreeing informally or formally to ‘do life’ together. But that arrangement isn’t organic; it doesn’t get sick, suffer PMS, or endure mood swings. A relationship won’t argue when you leave the toilet seat up or throw a fit for spending too much at ULTA. Relationships aren’t alive; the people in them are. So why do we insist otherwise?

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Before We Say ‘I Do’, Again! Part 2 –why you shouldn’t get remarried

Favim.com-atmopspheric-dramatic-hope-mountain-peaceful-photography-93291Divorce should take us on a journey, one that leads us, in time, through the Valley of Introspection. Arriving there, we should begin looking at ourselves critically and asking hard questions, ‘How did I come to this?, ‘What am I learning from it all?’ ‘Where can I grow?’ Those who abandon this uncomfortable soul-searching and miss out on the lessons learned invariably bring those same bad habits and behaviors, and by consequence the same bad results, into all future relationships. We can’t fix what we don’t know – or won’t admit – is wrong. Is it any wonder second marriages fail at a higher rate than first marriages?

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