Archive for the ‘Relationship’ category

What it Means if He Doesn’t Call

March 16th, 2010

How many times have you waited too long for a man to call and ask you out again after you had an amazing time together? He seemed truly interested, but then you never heard from him again. Why does this happen for so many women? And what does it mean about men?

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Why Men Don’t Call Back

March 15th, 2010

You’re out one night and you meet an awesome guy. You have the best time, he makes you laugh…you obviously share a great connection.
When he asks for your number, you happily give it to him. You walk away, can’t stop thinking about him and you wonder – what is he thinking?

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The Problem of Pornography

November 18th, 2009

Dr. Edwin Lois Cole, founder of the Christian Men’s Network said that there are two problems almost everywhere in any culture is the absence of my father and pornography. That one produces a man who was never taught to be men while the other produces a man who refused to become a man. Dr. Doug Banister, author of ‘Sacred Quest’ reported that three of the great American preacher who spoke in chapel worship during the week when he was in college fell into adultery who shame the family and their ministry. Pornography and adultery (adultery) in sin, including fornication.
The men struggling with sexual desire for a strong sex drive the Lord gave us. More than 80 percent of men aged above 12 years old, struggling with their sexual harat every day (the rest did not experience this problem may be due to old age or physical problems). Step into the five to be taken if we want to be a real man who is away from the maximum of fornication. » Read more: The Problem of Pornography

The Early Stages of Marriage

September 22nd, 2009

A man is most vulnerable during the first few years of his life because he’s entirely dependent on his parents. Innocent and helpless, without prior knowledge and experience to make him stand on his own feet – literally and figuratively – he has no recourse but to lean on his parents. » Read more: The Early Stages of Marriage

7 Ways to Stop Your Marriage Breakups

September 21st, 2009

It’s hard for newly weds or even those who have been married for a long time to recover from a serious mishap. There are sometimes when people will fault and then there are times when people split up because of no faults of their own. In cases where there is someone to blame, the relationship has a better chance of recovering. However, if you know how to stop your marriage from breaking up, then you will be able to recover from anything. » Read more: 7 Ways to Stop Your Marriage Breakups

What Triggers Fight & How To Settle Them

September 20th, 2009

Falling into a relationship is easy, but maintaining a relationship requires delicate care and skills. The process can be likened to tending to your garden and keeping a garden of beautiful roses which will turn heads around.
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Understanding Addictions In Relationship

September 19th, 2009

There is no relationship that can breed more frustration and unhappiness than a relationship where one of the partners is an alcoholic. Such a relationship will be marked by constant arguments, financial turmoil, emotional blackmail and even physical abuse. It is a relationship where one partner is always at the receiving end, and lives on the hope that the addict will kick the habit one day. » Read more: Understanding Addictions In Relationship