Loving someone and being loved back are two sides of the same coin – two aspects of the same emotion called love. And yet what a world of difference it makes to an individual when one is more than the other. Since human beings are not mathematical equations, very often they find the two states out of balance - either loving someone more or receiving more love than they feel. Even in today’s pop culture, such a similar situation is not unimaginable.
Breakups and patch-ups happen all the time. There are articles galore on how to win back with an ex and considering the vagaries of the human heart, getting back together is not really so difficult. What is more complicated though is getting an ex back while holding on your self-respect. You want to reconcile but don’t want to come off as desperate or needy in the process. Here are then a few tips on how keep your head high when trying to get back with an ex.
Agree that a breach has taken place
Most of the times it is the financial costs of a divorce that makes front-page news – lawyers’ fees, court dues and most of all spousal and child support are enough to convince any man – or a high-earning woman for that matter – to pull along a bad marriage rather than file for divorce. And yet getting married could also prove to be expensive. So if you think your finances are keeping you from walking down the aisle, here are a few things you can do.
Marriage vs. wedding
Marriage is the deepest and potentially the most fulfilling of all human relationships, but it is also one of the most demanding. While most couples obtain a blueprint of the dynamics of marital relations from their own parents, often this is a flawed one and can bring its own complexities to a new marital relationship. Thus one of the best ways to prepare for married life is to go for pre-marriage preparations like counseling or workshops for soon-to-be-wed couples.
Addressing common issues
A growing trend of bachelorette parties these days is having the final fling before the ring. Long a staple of bachelor parties, such hook-ups were the reason why it was an unspoken agreement among the groom and his friends not to talk about the things that happened on the night before the wedding. With the falling away of gender-based morality, women too have claimed for themselves the right to one last night of fun and freedom before walking down the aisle.
Mostly the days leading up to a wedding are a mad but enjoyable rush of dress trials, meetings with the caterer and bachelor/bachelorette parties. At the same time soon-to-be-married couples have been known to experience a chilling fear as they realize that they are about to spend the rest of your life with the same person. Most of the times, this freak-out period just means you’re suffering from a case of pre-wedding jitters. The good news though is you’re not alone and Lots of nervous to-be-weds get a bout of cold feet.
At a time when divorce rates are hitting the roof, marriage is decision that many couples negotiate with utmost care. Add to this the complexities of marrying young and most would be hesitant to commit. And yet there are as many reasons to get married at a young age as there are to put it away for a time of greater maturity. Here are then a few pros and cons of marrying young.
The pleasures of young love
Despite marriage being the oldest and most universal form of romantic relationship between two adults, it is not enough to meet all the emotional, sexual and spiritual needs of an infidel. A few famous figures from past realized this all along which is why they never got hitched during their lifetimes – here are ten famous men in history who never married.
Now that you have it all – a great career, good friends and enjoyable interests – you seem to feel it is the right time to look for a life partner. But then where do you start- it is not like you are in need for a date for the evening and don’t mind hooking up with practically anybody. It is not always easy to know where to look for a spouse but here are ten ways you can begin your search.
Ideally Marriages are about taking each other for better or worse, for richer or poorer. However in real life the prospect of finding out that whatever you have worked so hard for all your life can be nullified by a partner in debt is far from appealing. So here are the facts about marrying someone with bad credit and what you can do about it.