The deeper, loving and affectionate relationship

Duke
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Re: The deeper, loving and affectionate relationship

Postby Duke » Sat Mar 03, 2018 6:25 pm

You know this is when the man combing hair for his partner. At the same time through this process of mystical a person receives thin protection from his man, it appears a sense of security, trust, and the man receives the energy of love and humility for him, which makes it more powerful.
I think it can also be very beneficial to your relationship. This will bring an unforgettable tenderness and care. I think there is nothing better than a similar method to make relationships warmer. Therefore you do not need words.
Davis
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Re: The deeper, loving and affectionate relationship

Postby Davis » Mon Apr 30, 2018 6:39 am

Everything lies in the banal lack of time for your baby. To understand what the essence of the issue is, let's pay some attention to the peculiarities of human physiology and scientific arguments in this branch. Up to three years in the child's brain more than 1000 billion neural connections are formed, and this is twice as much as in the adult. At the age of up to 10 years, the child's brain has a very high density. But since the eleventh - he is gradually getting rid of unused "wires", and the confusion of nervous connections with time is being streamlined.
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Re: The deeper, loving and affectionate relationship

Postby Joel » Sat May 12, 2018 5:15 pm

The first thing you need to do is list (even aloud) the dignity for which you are grateful to your husband. And pronounce each dignity with a whole sentence: "I am grateful to my husband for being ...", for example, caring, kind, patient. Or for the fact that he gave the children, and therefore gave a superb sex. Just think for one second, because these two components of life do not have many women.Secondly, thank yourself now: "I thank myself for being ...", for example, a good mother, a skillful and excellent hostess, who knows how to love and forgive
Adrian
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Re: The deeper, loving and affectionate relationship

Postby Adrian » Mon Jun 04, 2018 11:56 am

A lot of people know about many things that they repeatedly emphasize in their conversations, that they do not say, they all know and even understand, according to their own statement. But only in practice, all their understanding is on the periphery of their awareness, and this is hardly an understanding, since understanding, one can even say awareness, excludes wrong actions and doubts in general. When a person tells me that he loves his family, and in the meantime spends most of his time with his friends, is this how to be perceived as a lie, or as a misunderstanding?
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Re: The deeper, loving and affectionate relationship

Postby Caleb » Thu Jun 07, 2018 7:55 am

It is for this reason that we do not like much in this life, it tells us about the wrong direction from the point of view of our true desires, and they in turn lead us to maximum peace and maximum internal comfort. Absolute these states can not be, as we have already found out, I do not know how in other lives, but in this we can not stop in our development, hence the place of discomfort will be constantly. But imagine a state in which you see meaning in everything that happens to you.
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Re: The deeper, loving and affectionate relationship

Postby Natan » Mon Jul 02, 2018 2:53 pm

This shows how people first try to fight, and then just give up and fade away. Therefore, a person needs to know what feelings he experiences most often when he finds himself in a deadlock and how they affect him. Everyone can become angry, everyone can panic - this is a normal reaction, it's hard to avoid. The only question is how to learn to control this reaction, so as not to let it plunge you into an even less controlled emotional state. For example, in situations where anger is overpowering a person - he needs to return to a calm state, catching himself thinking that anger controls him and he needs to be freed from it.
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Re: The deeper, loving and affectionate relationship

Postby Daren » Thu Jul 05, 2018 6:17 pm

Even if you notice his nervousness and a host of other signs that the person is lying, even if his words are not entirely logical, this does not mean that the doctor is deceiving you, because it is possible that he is telling you the truth, but not the whole. Perhaps, there is a cheaper but no less effective analogue of the medicine prescribed by him, and at the same time this analogue is much more reliable, because it is time-tested, but because of financial interest the doctor does not inform you about it. It turns out that he tells you the truth and at the same time lies, or more correctly - he does not tell you the whole truth.
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Re: The deeper, loving and affectionate relationship

Postby Dilan » Sat Jul 21, 2018 12:27 pm

Your past is your experience, your personal information asset, which makes you a wise person if you consider it when making decisions in the present. The past is necessary for us so that we can learn from it, and thanks to past experience we do not make the same mistakes several times. And you do not need to refer to him as the source of all your troubles in the present. It is not necessary to condemn other people for their mistakes in the past, for we all make mistakes in life, the question is only what conclusions we make of them and whether we do them at all.

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