A lot of people say you shouldn't give up so easily in a relationship. You should fight through the issues and keep pushing forward. Stick together and work it out is what they proclaim, but sometimes that still doesn't seem to make a difference.
In a world filled with internet gangsters, reality TV, manufactured food, and hair weave. It has become really hard to know what's real and what's fake. This principle holds true when trying to determine real friends vs. fake friends. People will smile in your face all day long, but then turn around and betray you with ease. Thankfully not everyone is like that, but how can you tell?
How do you know if the guy you're dealing with is Mr. Right? Is he truly ready to be the man you need him to be, or is this relationship doomed to fail? It can be difficult to analyze if you have found your Mr. Right and ensure that you are moving forward with the man who is truly best for you. CLICK HERE to read my book The Man God Has for You: 7 Traits to Help You Determine Your Life Partner.
There are many stories of couples who married their high-school sweethearts and enjoyed decades together. Though your parents may caution you that young love doesn’t last, there are many couples who prove otherwise. Who’s to say that you and your sweetheart won’t be one of them?
I compare my decision of practicing celibacy with cleaning my house in anticipation for a long-term house guest. When someone comes to visit, you do your best cleaning, you prepare their space, you consider their dietary needs and you make sure things are in order for the time they are visiting. If you desire an amazing and fulfilling relationship, then get your copy of my bestselling book God Where Is My Boaz
Boys live with their mother and men have their own... but is this always the case? Society has placed a very negative stigma on adult men who still live with their mother/parents. Jokes have been made and many men have been shut down by women who disapprove of their living situation.
Guest Post by Natalie Vartanian: Do you want to know the quickest way to have a more loving, healthy, mature, respectful relationship? Remember (and repeat) the following statement: “It is not about me!” In other words don't take things personally.