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  • Do You Stay Or Do You Go?

    There is nothing more lonely than loving an emotionally detached partner. An emotionally unavailable man will court you, fall in love with you and even marry you. You settle into a relationship with him and soon after, he emotionally detaches from you and you constantly struggle to experience emotional intimacy with him.

  • Dating The Emotionally Unavailable Man

    You fall in love with an emotionally unavailable father figure. He seems to be “marriage material”; he’s financial stable, gentlemanly and reliable—but he’s tightlipped about his personal life. You think he’s opening up to you; he tells you about his bitter divorce, a hyper-critical ex, a financial fiasco or a hurtful childhood. You’re drawn in by his sad stories, you fall in love with him and then he pulls away from you.

  • Breakup Tactics Of A Narcissist

    Abandonment can happen quickly and without warning with a narcissistic partner. He may have another relationship lined up before he dumps you or if he believes you are permanently leaving him, his abusive behavior can escalate dramatically and overnight.

  • 5 Stages Of Grieving A Breakup

    You can’t believe your relationship is over. You’re flooded with a roller coaster of painful emotions; you’re angry, fearful and heartbroken. Understanding the stages of grief can help you accept the process.

  • Signs He's Cheating On You

    Something doesn’t feel right in your relationship. He’s distant, moody, evasive and secretive. He goes to work early, he comes home late and he keeps his phone on silent in this pant’s pocket. You can’t put your finger on it but you wonder: is he cheating on you? 

  • Signs of An Abusive Relationship

    An abuser’s goal is to control your emotions, cloud your perception and chip away at your self-worth. His covert abuse is disguised by actions that appear normal, but it is clearly insidious and underhanded. He steadily pushes you to edge with his deception, sarcasms and battering until you erupt in anger and then you become the “bad guy” giving him ammunition to justify his abuse.

  • Misuse of Texting When Dating

    Beware of good-looking men who quote scripture and try to seduce you with their texting.

  • Conflict In Your Relationship

    Your relationships is a hurtful cycle of conflict. You want to resolve the contention with your partner and you accept responsibility for your bad behavior that co-created the argument. But he denies his malicious actions because he wants to avoid responsibility to protect his fragile ego.

  • Heal From Verbal Abuse

    You broke off with your abusive partner. The problem is: you still love him (her) A LOT!  You’re trying to move on with your life but you grieve for him. You’re debilitated by a roller-coaster of emotions: denial, fear, anger, guilt and sorrow. You know in your core his verbal abuse is destroying you. Your misplaced feelings of love, loyalty and commitment prevent you from gaining closure for your failed relationship. 

  • How To Heal From A Breakup

    You broke off with your significant other because he was neglectful, or he cheated on you, or he was verbally or physically abusive. You're trying to get on with your life without him in it. Your heart aches, you miss him and so you call him, or you hate him, or you blame yourself for your failed relationship. If you truly want to heal, you MUST avoid these 5 breakup mistakes.

     

     

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