Did you feel pressured to settle down with a partner, or is this someone you actually want to be with? Take an assessment of situation that surrounded you at the time you felt compelled you were in love in the first place. Did you have a loss? Are you getting older and lonelier? Are you the only sibling or cousin not married or at least ‘with’ someone? Divorce, death of a parent, aging, and other losses can propel people to mate with the next available person, whether wrong or right for you. … More Are you in love with the right person?
Meeting exciting and intriguing new people is fun. If they excite you beyond your anticipation, friendship ensues and the rest is a jolly good friendship ride. In the case of the opposite sex, when everything moves too fast, you don’t know when the intrigue becomes fondness turned to matter of your heart; and matters of the heart becomes too overpowering to deny, that’s when you realize you’ve been in a fast track swerve mobile. … More That “Orijin” Kinda Relationship
Sustaining respect during the course of a relationship takes effort. We are all human, and if someone begins to treat us negatively, inconsiderately, and disrespectfully, we often tend to respond in kind. The pattern of mutual disrespect actually feeds on itself. The more one partner is rude and inconsiderate, the more likely it is the other spouse or partner will behave in similar ways. … More Respect: A key to successful relationship
Every man wants to be with a beautiful woman. It’s just that if she’s a bundle of insecurities wrapped in some aesthetic appeal, that beauty will wane. It’s an odd occurrence, but personality and confidence make a woman physically sexier. The way men perceive women is generally how they perceive themselves. Lots of confidence – sexy. Lots of complaining and fishing for validation – not so much. Yet there should be a balance not to appear over confidence to the point where women exude the “I don’t really need you” attitude. … More What men wish woman know
We hold on to so many things that cause a great deal of stress and frustration in our relationships, and instead of letting them all go and allowing our relationships to flourish and blossom, we cling on to them. But if you want to live the kind of relationship you’ve always fantasized, you need to give up on all those things that no longer serve you, and embrace change. … More Making your marriage work
When I rested in your branches,
A little rest, I thought,
But I’ve been held here still.
Caught in your web,
Got me feeling like Beauty with the Beast.
Be my Prince Charming, I thought,
And one day more magical than the next.
Your tricks got me lost in the beauty of your palace. … More Just like Beauty & The Beast
Men are wired one way and women another
For to love, for a man, is to be vulnerable
And wisdom, maturity and appreciation for women;
Conscious that guards and limits still apply.
As long as life and love in themselves are privileges
Nothing is taken for granted. … More My Heart Won’t Let Go
I once spent too long casually dating someone I didn’t fancy in the relationship kind of way. At first, it was casual, nothing serious intended till he told me he wanted a relationship. For some reason, I couldn’t bring myself to fit into being his girlfriend until naturally, distance separated us. When the next guy I dated … More Looking for a relationship on Dating apps
“If the fish and the bird falls in love, where would they live?” he asks her. “I’ve heard this is the irony of true love, pathetic. But with true love, we will change the course of our destiny and be happy for as long as we both shall live”. … More The fish who loved a bird
“Come with me my love and our fates we will cheat. Come to this enchanted place where the sea and sky meet.”
Ariyike turns around with a smile. It has been almost a month since she’s hoped to run into him again. Since the last time she didn’t meet him where she left him. She thinks she recognizes that voice. And she is right. It is him; her ‘unconcealed desire’.
“She smiles”, he declares, holding his hand over his chest in that way that reveals how relieved he is that she welcomes him this time. … More The fish who loved a bird