There are times where your relationship will feel stressful. You may feel overwhelmed. Not only do you have your relationship to manage, you have outside stressors as well to manage.
All relationships go through highs and lows. What's important is that you can manage the lows in your relationship. Keep in mind that relationships go through cycles. Once you get over one bump, there will be a time that you come upon another one.
The good news is that you can learn from your mistakes. These are called lessons.
Here are 5 tips that can help you solve relationship problems without breaking up.
You're getting older. You are starting to feel it's time to settle down. But, how will you know for sure, if he's the one you want? Yeah, your friends and family like him. But, how do you feel about him?
It's easy to look at the more obvious things, like what kind of job he has or how he looks. You'll find in the long run those things can turn out to be superficial. This doesn't mean they aren't important, but there is more to a man. Meaning, more to the man that is for you.
My parents managed to stay together for nearly 59 years. I watched them go through a lot of highs and lows. But, in the end they had each other's back. That's what stood out to me the most.
Here are 7 subtle signs he's the one you want:
This is a question I get a lot in my practice. Unfortunately, people are more stressed out these days than ever. I know you feel like you can't slow down. But, if you don't your body and your mind will eventually give out.
This can show up as physical problems or emotional problems. You may feel like you can't stop, even for 5-10 minutes. If you feel this way, then the stress in your life is taking over. If you don't stop now, it will get worse.
This question keeps going through your mind. It's actually a good thing that you are asking this question.
Here are 10 simple tips to help you reduce your stress level:
Who would of known that social media would of taken over like it has. I don't think it's going away anytime soon. This means you need to get used to it. I've always felt if you don't want people to know something about you, then don't post it on social media.
Sounds simple, but you know that is not always the case. I hear this a lot, someone posted something. You thought it was harmless, but then your partners feelings were hurt. If this keeps happening, it will drive a wedge in the relationship.
You also want to be careful about playing the comparison game on social media. People post their best side first on social media. You may feel like all of your friends and family on social media have an amazing life. That is not always the case. Just as you don't post what's going wrong in your life, neither do your friends and family.
Don't get me wrong, I don't think social media is a bad thing. But, you shouldn't take it too seriously. If you are playing the comparison game, you will never win. This will leave you feeling depleted and empty.
Here are 6 things you don't want to post on social media while in a relationship:
It can happen to anyone. You hear about it all the time. Unfortunately, depression is on the rise. If you suffer from depression, you aren't alone. Like many people you're calendar is probably packed, and you don't feel like you can set aside time for yourself.
You need to take care of the kids, clean the house, cook dinner, finish that last minute project at work and so on. When will it end? Is what you're thinking. This doesn't give your mind a chance to rest.
After a while, you begin to feel down. You may feel like you aren't appreciated. If you don't get help for this, it can lead to intrusive thoughts. Such as, 'I don't fit in or I'm simply not good enough. This is when your mind begins to lie to you, and you don't want to believe it.
It is not selfish to take care of yourself. If you don't, you will eventually crash.
Here are 5 tips for taking care of yourself when you are feeling depressed: