In any relationship, keeping the love alive is really important. It doesn’t matter how strongly you feel about each other at the start. Science proves that after around 3 years, those original chemicals and hormones begin to fade. We stay together after this period due to the connection we’ve built, loyalty, and how much work we continue to put into the relationship. Some people stay together purely out of habit – many of them aren’t happy. If you want to make sure that your relationship is for the long term, these tips will keep your love alive:
What is your plan for making it through an unexpected injury? Oh, you don’t have a plan? That’s a problem isn’t it? Here’s how to deal with the emotional side of an unexpected injury and come out on the “other side” stronger than before.
According to Burch, George & Germany, P.C a personal injury attorney in Oklahoma, one of the hardest things for clients to do after an injury is to get moving again. Being a former legal assistant, and the survivor of a few auto accident injuries myself, I know this to be all too true. Often, there are medical bills, a sense of crushing defeat if the accident is serious enough to impact daily life, and a sense of “overwhelm.”
I adore this beautiful woman. Sometimes I find it really hard to believe that she is my child. The moments that I get to spend with her now are precious to me, and I am extremely territorial when it comes to her. I don’t want to share her with anyone, even her brothers. I want her all to myself.
I miss the days when she would come snuggle with me on the couch and we would just sit there and watch whatever was on television together.
The solution to the problem of cyberbullying may be even more elusive than the solution to bullying in general. No parent wants his or her child to be subjected to torment, but the rapid adoption of smartphones, social networking and the necessity of an online presence for even adolescents make protecting children exceedingly difficult. In the face of such challenges, parents can only do their best to provide what protection and support they can.
Monday, July 23rd, was my father’s funeral. I dreaded the thought of going back home to Pennsylvania for several reasons. All of which, apparently, were just inside my own little brain. I’d had almost an entire week to think about family and friends that would be there at dad’s services. It saddened my (already) soft and emotional heart to realize that a lot of these people I had not seen since February 1992 when Mom passed away. 20 years and 5 months is a long time to lose touch with someone. I know (now) that Dad kept them abreast of how I was doing and how the kids were … but its just not the same as keeping in touch with people yourself.