All posts for the month March, 2017

Escaping an Abusive Relationship

Escaping an Abusive Relationship

Physical and emotional abuse can very easily cause deep permanent damage to an individual. What’s so unfortunate abut this type of situation is that you live in fear of daily abuse but still stay in the relationship. You find yourself covering up the marks, crying through the hurtful words, and making excuses for him. Abusive relationships originate from anger and from him trying to establish a sense of control over you. Then, before you know it, he controls every cent that you make, and how much you spend. Now you’re there feeling completely trapped and dependent upon him with now way out. What you really should be planning to do is escaping an abusive relationship.

“No man is worth your tears. And the one who is won’t make you cry.” Brian Littrell

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Nurture a Strong Loving Bond

Nurture a Strong Loving Bond

Not all relationships are abusive. When you have a healthy relationship, here is how to take it from being a good relationship to being an awesome one. Guessing what your man is thinking can become an eternal agonising quest. This is because men are not usually able to voice their feelings and emotions. I have often explained the science of men and women’s hormonal wiring to women who have come to me for readings (and sometimes I’ve explained it to men as well). When keeping these things in mind, you  can easily enhance and Nuture a Strong Loving Bond:

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How to Achieve Emotional Maturity

How to Achieve Emotional Maturity

Eliminate Magical Thinking

There are seven steps that guide you on How to Achieve Emotional Maturity, beginning with eliminating magical thinking. Magical thinking is believing that something will happen without any real effort on your part.  This is normal thinking in children, but self defeating in adults. People often can get stuck in magical thinking if a significant event happened to reinforce it in childhood. Continue Reading

Leaving a Violent Relationship Safely

Leaving a Violent Relationship Safely

Sometimes romance is bad. Even though this isn’t an Australian story, it’s a story to remind you of the importance of Leaving a Violent Relationship Safely.

The following story of domestic violence is one that demonstrates what can happen when the desire to control is taken to the extreme. It is not an unusual situation. Women around the world are murdered every day by their spouse who has gone mad in the process of wanting to control her every move. It is a very sad story of an American woman, but it makes a very worthwhile and valid point.  Continue Reading