Twenty-one tips to create a personal environment that promotes peace, prosperity, and well-being:
1. Give people more than they expect and do it cheerfully.
2. Marry a man/woman you love to talk to. As you get older, their conversational skills will be as important as any other.
Are you truly happy? Do you even know what it means to be happy and what it takes to achieve happiness? These are important questions for anyone who is seeking happiness to ask themselves. I live my life to maintain my own happiness while trying my best to not cause unhappiness to anyone else. If you want to be happy you need to understand that you can be happy and that you should be happy. Many people make the mistake of believing that they don’t deserve happiness and accept their unhappy state as their destiny. The truth of the matter is that happiness, like anything else in life, needs to be nurtured. The following are a few tips that I follow to create happiness in my life.
The biggest challenge needy people face is figuring out what they need.
Have you ever felt needy? What comes to mind when you hear the word? Most of us consider it one of the worst possible invective to hurl at another human being, conjuring stark images of pitiable panic and desperation. We imagine tearful pleas (“give me another chance!”), angry accusations (“ you’ve never really cared!”), and late night calls and text messages demanding an immediate response (“where are you?”). When we’re gripped by the terror of neediness, we feel completely out of control. When we bear witness to it, we feel confused and overwhelmed, wondering if any amount of reassurance will ever be enough. How can we understand these moments? More importantly, how can the needy find relief?
Ladies, have you been wondering why your friends have an easy time dating and maintaining their relationships but somehow you have difficulty maintaining your romances? Have you been noticing a trend in the way that your relationships end? If you answered yes, it may be time to consider that the problem may be YOU. Admitting that we may be the problem is never easy, but if you’re doing the same things and reaping the same results, it’s time for some self-reflection.
Over time I’ve noticed several recurring themes that prevent women from doing just that. I’m going to share these behaviors with you.
Have you ever had a crush on someone while you’ve been in a relationship with someone else? I define “crush” as having a desire to have sex and/or an emotional relationship with someone who is not your primary partner while you’re in a monogamous relationship.
While the crush has a bad reputation, there are some surprising benefits to your primary relationship by having and revealing a crush.