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The Scorpio Full Moon — Illumination And Transformation

21.05.2019 in Relationships

From Sivana By Arwen Bardsley

The Full Moon on 18/19th May 2019 rises in the sign of Scorpio, a water sign, always pregnant with emotional energy. Scorpio is often feared because it is a true representation of the dark, inner self that we often don’t want to reveal to the world.

We spend so much time and energy being afraid of our own authenticity due to societal expectations and the overbearing compare and despair culture of 24-hour media with everyone being the superstar in the movie of their life, put on display – the ‘good’ bits that is – for all to see.

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Loving Someone You Cant Have- 7 Tips That Can Help

07.05.2019 in Healing, Love, Personal Development, Positive Thinking, Relationships, Self Love, Stress Management

Among the most agonizing feelings in the world is that of loving someone who doesn’t love you back. Unrequited love doesn’t just take an emotional toll, but also a physical one. If love isn’t being very kind to you and the object of your affection has friend-zoned you or worse still, refuses to acknowledge your existence, you can step up and take control of your life and find someone who loves you back the way you deserve.

 

Here are seven tips that can help you get started to living beyond the pain.

1. Talk About Your Feelings

It’s not always easy to talk about unrequited love,

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Knowing When to Let Go of Relationships: 3 Signs It’s Time to Move On

26.04.2019 in Personal Development, Positive Thinking, Relationships, Stress Management, toxic relationship

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“Letting go doesn’t mean that you don’t care about someone anymore. It’s just realizing that the only person you really have control over is yourself.” ~Deborah Reber

Thanks to the Internet, our lives are full of people. We’re connected literally all the time.

And yet, despite our ceaseless connection, we feel disconnected.

As the pace of life becomes ever more frenetic, we’re like charged atoms, bumping into each other more and more, pinballs in the machine. We come into contact (and conflict), but we don’t commune so much.

As real relationships of depth and quality become harder-won in this busy new world,

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5 Signs That He is Boyfriend Material

15.04.2019 in Love, Personal Development, Relationships, Soulmate

One question I have been asked a lot is whether or not the newest and greatest guy is truly boyfriend material. Will it last? Will he treat you in a manner you deserve or will he turn out like all the other Joe Schmoes who whoosh in, sweep you off your feet and then disappear without a trace. This happens all too often and is hurtful, disrespectful to you and ultimately, a waste of your valuable time.

It’s not easy to find the right connection. It’s not easy to feel an intense bond with someone and have it run the distance.

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Tired Of Feeling Lost? What To Do After A Breakup

26.03.2019 in Relationships, Self Love, Soulmate, Spirituality, Stress Management

From Sivana By Martha Bodyfelt

Divorce and breakups are tough for many reasons. Not only are we dealing with the emotions and logistics and finances, but after the dust has settled, we may feel like our life’s plans have changed direction. The life you planned and your vision of the future may disappear, leaving you with a feeling of not knowing what to do or where to go from here.

But when you feel like this, don’t panic! There is merely one thing you must remember:

 

You May Feel Lost Because Your Internal GPS is No Longer Working

So many of us had our entire lives invested in our relationships and our families.

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Beyond Sorry: A Better Way to Handle Conflict in Your Relationship

19.03.2019 in Love, Personal Development, Relationships, Self Love, Soulmate

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“Sorry isn’t always enough. Sometimes you actually have to change.” ~Unknown

When I was young I was like every other kid, always in and out of trouble. I pushed the boundaries of what was acceptable in order to see what I could get away with. When I pushed, I’d often keep on pushing until someone said “stop.”

During my childhood I heard lots of:

“STOP!!” 

Quickly followed by:

“Say you’re sorry.”

Say those two magical words, “I’m sorry,” and all the pain will go away.

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How to Avoid Petty Fights and Get What You Need in Your Relationship

17.03.2019 in Relationships, Soulmate, Stress Management, toxic relationship, Twin Flame, Valentine's Day

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“It’s never overreacting to ask for what you want and need.” ~Amy Poehler

It was yet another stupid argument that escalated from nothing to a hundred miles an hour in seconds. I’d been there so many times before, entrenched in warfare with us both preparing our defenses and priming our attacks.

The intense emotions of the moment always took over, denying me the opportunity that hindsight would later afford me. Huge issues were, upon reflection, only minor disagreements about who had said what about the cooking, or where something had been left in the bathroom.

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4 Steps To Rock Your Most Important Relationship

07.03.2019 in Relationships

From Sivana By Susie Barolo

In order to rock your most important relationship, you have to know which relationship is your most important one. The answer surprises many.

Your most important relationship isn’t the one with your spouse, partner, or love interest. It’s not the relationship with your mom, your dad or any of your children. It also isn’t a relationship with your best friends or co-workers. Your most important relationship is the relationship you have with yourself.

Why is this your most important relationship?

There is no relationship that affects your life more than the relationship you have with yourself.

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The Secret Of Transforming Any Troubling Relationship

25.02.2019 in Relationships

From Sivana By Guy Finley

We all know how it feels when another person – especially someone we say we love – does something we don’t like. What happens to the love in a moment like that? It flies out the window as we resist what the other person is doing. They are bringing up reactions in us that make us uncomfortable, and so we push them away, criticize them, and blame them for the way we feel. It’s a common response, but when we do that, we’re wasting an opportunity for our own transformation.

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Reclaiming Valentine’s Day: 4 Real Expressions of Love

08.02.2019 in Love, Relationships, Valentine's Day

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“Love is what we were born with. Fear is what we learned here.” ~Marianne Williamson

Valentine’s Day. Yes, that day—the much maligned, much cherished, much hated, and much misunderstood day of the year.

I remember being traumatized in adolescence. Not only were we supposed to, according to peer-reviewed social norms, like people and get liked back on this holiday, my school made us do Valentine’s day card/candy exchanges.

We exchanged, in class, little pre-packaged cards and those infamous heart-shaped candies stamped with subtle expressions like “be mine.”

Do you recall these candy hearts that I’m describing?

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