RA Man's Top Secret ‘Emotions’ Archive

Social Media Sites and Jealousy

The University of Guelph in Canada released a study that identifies how Facebook creates jealousy and suspicion in romantic relationships. The study was overseen by professor Serge Desmarais. Talking about how social media sites, specifically Facebook, opened the avenue for people to investigate the social exchanges of their partner as they [&hellip

Read More »

Emotional Awareness Empowers Relationships

All relationships involve emotions. When you are in control of your emotions you are able to think clearly and creatively, manage stress and exude confidence. To be overwhelmed by emotions leads to confusion, poor decisions, isolation and doubt.  Most conversation is emotionally driven and therefore you tend to communicate what you feel and not [&hellip

Read More »

6 Steps to Resolving Conflict and Creating Solutions

Many people view conflicts in a relationship as a bad sign, as if couples should not have disagreements. Conflicts are inevitable in intimate relationships, and moreover they can be seen as excellent opportunities for both personal and relational growth. From this perspective, conflict is not something to be avoided or [&hellip

Read More »

How Your Low Self-Esteem Affects Your Partner

It is through high self-esteem that we are motivated and with this motivation that we become successful. Being proud of who we are and understanding our own worth is crucial for a strong relationship. If you do not envision yourself as having value and deserving the same respect and opportunity [&hellip

Read More »

How to Deal with Jealousy in Your Relationship

Often the green monster known as jealousy, rears its ugly head and forces its way into your relationship. As unwelcome as it may be, jealousy in a relationship is a problem that most couples deal with from time to time. But, it should not consume your relationship or become a point [&hellip

Read More »

How Encouragement Helps to Overcome Fear

Sometimes there is nothing more powerful and motivating than a little encouragement. Reinforcing the initiatives of your friends, family and loved ones with encouraging words provides them with the extra support that could make the difference between success and failure. Your support and commitment to their success can be a [&hellip

Read More »

4 Steps to Anger Management

Anger is a natural, adaptive response to threats; it inspires powerful, often aggressive, feelings and behaviors, which allow us to fight and to defend ourselves when we are attacked. A certain amount of anger, therefore, is necessary for our survival. On the other hand, we obviously can’t lash out at [&hellip

Read More »

Getting Beyond Puppy Love

We are obsessed with romantic love. Did you grow up searching for your Prince Charming or your sexy, sophisticated super-model? Were you successful in your quest? Chances are that you ended up in a relationship that you never would have expected and when you were younger, might not have wanted. That [&hellip

Read More »

Why Do We Hurt the One We Love?

One of the most common (and most frustrating) relationship dynamics is couples who feel emotionally wounded by each other on a regular basis. They both love each other, and want to stay together, yet they keep hurting each other through verbal abuse, physical rejection, taking each other for granted, betraying [&hellip

Read More »

Signs Of A Controlling Relationship

The following are signs of a controlling relationship: 1. Flattery – Flattery is different than a compliment – A compliment adds to a person. It builds within you a sense of confidence free from any ulterior motives. Flattery on the other hand is insincere and selfish in its motive – [&hellip

Read More »
 Page 3 of 4 « 1  2  3  4 »