Faith in love

Do you think that fairytales exist only in movies? Well, you might change your mind after reading the story of Marie and Jake, an inspiringly happy travel couple blogger.

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Why compromises are not healthy?

If it feels like meeting each other halfway and being both half happy, making concessions, settling for less than what we desire, it cannot be healthy. [ …] Compromises and sacrifices are not demonstrations of love. [ …] Let your love be a source of growth and empowerment and not a cage.

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Love without attachment

Have you ever felt upset, frustrated or disappointed because of your partner’s behaviour? The reason for it might well be attachment.[…] Love without attachment is the purest love because it isn’t about what others can give you because you’re empty. It is about what you can give others because you’re already full.” Yasmin Mogahe. Find out here how to practice love without attachment.

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Love languages

“Communication is the key!” How many times did we hear this? Event though it became a cliché and nobody wants to hear about it anymore, it is still truth. As simple as it looks like, communication being a two-way process of giving and receiving information becomes tricky when the sender and the receiver do not use the same code. […] I was finally able to identify his primary love language, to receive the message he had been sending me this whole time and most importantly feels his love. […]Take the test here to discover your and your partner´s primarily love language.

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Love seeks complement

While getting to know each other better with F, we have noticed several times that we have different perspectives. Our way to look at situations often differs. This has raised some doubts about our compatibility. After reflecting I realized that the source of our differences comes from our distinctive personality. […] But then I understood that our differences complement each other. […] Dr. Helen Fisher analyzed the scientific aspect of it by looking closer at the four chemicals directly related to personality traits: dopamine, serotonin, testosterone and estrogen. Listen to her interesting theory here.

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Love as a choice

When we first met with F we were in an environment where there was a lot of space for closeness or in other words not a lot of physical space which encouraged us to get closer to each other. Somehow it felt very natural and comfortable to be closed to him. On our next date we changed surroundings and were stimulated to make conversation. […] So it was very easy to fall in love. For scientists love is an emotion aimed at keeping human species alive by reproducing. According to them we do not choose who we fall in love with. […] As Mandy len Catron explains in her article: “Love didn’t happen to us. We’re in love because we each made the choice to be.”

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