Most dating advice on the web is awful. Everyone who’s been in at least one relationship thinks they’re enough of an expert to offer their thoughts, but much of this so-called insight” is regurgitated by people who have no business offering advice in the first place. I’m currently going through therapy to help me overcome my issues with my Narc. Was involved with him for one and 1/2 years and I tell you this has been in the most devastating relationship. I WANT to recover and be back to myself again, but I’m having a hard time accepting that this person was a fraud. More than anything I’m having to look at my part in this and how it happened, because I DO NOT want to attract this type of person in my life again.
Why do we allow ourselves to settle for less? Why do we find ourselves in relationships in which we are doing all the work to keep it alive? It’s time to put in the hard work, but then to trust that we are also worth being worked hard for. We deserve to be loved just as we are giving love, and in romantic relationships, this is how God intended it to be. Two people, building, edifying, encouraging, and investing in one another.
Couples whose peace existence has been occupied by critics, disagreement, and argument This are destructive calamities when its successful have its way. Failure to recognise and resolve matters when its fresh results instability. Augment and disaster can be controlled only if both lover safeguard their companionship with total respect-respect themselves and their point of view also. They avoid abuses or any action that could lead to conflict and settle their differences Asap when matter arises.
People make mistakes, it is only human to make mistakes and it is also human to forgive those mistakes. Don’t ever be the person to take away the chances from your partner, they will make mistakes just like you and they too deserve chances to make things right and to work harder for the relationship and for your collective future.
You just have to muster up the courage and be blunt with the guy, but nicely. Tell him that you mean no disrespect but that he should stop with the flirting and nudging you because you’re Muslim and its part of your faith that you do not flirt and mix with the opposite gender. You have to tell him that plain and simple. No beating around the bush.
Cons: As a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, I might get approved to this site, but I’m not so sure I want to. The first thing I thought when reading the very first paragraph on the home page is ‘this dating site is for snobs.’ But if you only want to date someone who is guaranteed to be intelligent (and probably successful), and you went to a prestigious college such as Harvard, then this is the site for you.