Relationship is like two wheels moving together. It needs attention and effort. We should not allow our love to grow old. The highest mortality rate in our society today is that of love. The strength of a relationship lies in the ability to accommodate rough patches.
The Benefits of Being Married to a Less Mature Christian
How to make a relationship work if your partner is a different religon
Why is it, then, that the stages of a romantic relationship seem more difficult to decipher? While it's true that every relationship cycles through different phases, what exactly they entail and how long they last differ from couple to couple. When is it best for couples to start getting serious? Does the honeymoon phase really exist? Does falling out of the honeymoon phase mean falling out of love? To help provide some clarity, we asked two dating experts, Bela Gandhi, founder of Smart Dating Academy , and Nora DeKeyser , Matchmaker and Relationship Coach, for their takes on the most common stages of a romantic relationship.
Spiritual Attraction: The Secret to Finding a Soul Mate
Even in a relationship, we reach a point where our partner doesn't feel as special as he or she used to. Maybe we start picking at flaws or noticing other people, wondering if we'd be happier with them. And, once again, the relationship begins its slow decline. What if you could guarantee a spark that lasted — no matter who you were with — and a happier life to go along with it? The ancient teachings of Buddhism suggest we can do just that if we transform our relationship into a spiritual connection and partnership.
We all have them! Especially when we are spiritually aligned we tend to feel as though we can feel and sense everything on a much deeper level. Someone who can challenge you towards your higher-self meaning growth and is magnetically aligned to your beliefs and values. You both see through the lens of love and see everything around you with love. You practice your power of awareness and compassion.