As some of you may have noticed, my posts over the last year have evolved from devotionals into articles about love, marriage, dating and relationships in general. This has always been a passion of mine and I am so thankful that I have been blessed with the incredibly opportunity to publish a book with Zondervan publishing company, writing about the things I love. I have been in a long distance relationship for 2 years now, and we haven’t met at all in this time. we stay in touch through every mean possible, and to be honest this is the best relationship i have been eve. There is trust and whenever we talk we have so much to share and we also send presents and letters to each other to keep the romance going! our relationship is not based on sex and physical togetherness, its more spiritual and completely based on communication. We talk everyday and always have so much to say!
An ordinary person spends time reflecting on the relationships they have with other people. Because sociopaths cannot feel ordinary emotions, there is nothing for them to reflect on. That is why they easily feel bored. As a result of this, they will create dramas just to make life a little more interesting. They may gamble, commit crimes just for the thrill of getting away with it, or be sexually promiscuous simply to fill their time. Some are also involved in acts of sexual deviance.
They place a tremendous amount of importance on how someone looks instead of who a person is. It’s difficult to truly get to know a person’s characteristics other than sense of humour over the internet. Being honest or being respectful towards women is demonstrated better in person than online.
A study from the journal, Social Psychological and Personality Science, also shows that thoughtful reflection about a relationship after it ends can help speed up the healing process — this isn’t wallowing, though. If you’re not in a place where you can think about your relationship clearly, that’s okay. Give it some time and then try again.
Thank you so much for writing this article. I was in a 3.5 year relationship and although it was great, it took a downward turn and I had to get out of it. I have been hurting and feeling lonely and trying to do new things to help and focus on myself but your advice helped even more. Now I feel motivated and inspired, something I have had trouble feeling lately. God bless you, I hope you write more.
After reading the whole thing… I don’t get it? Guys decide that they are more than relationship dispensers, and that makes them ‘lazy’ and ‘self entitled’? I know that you are trying to give ballanced advice here, but it just comes accros as a personal vendetta against passive guys. As a passive guy, I am a little bothered by this. According to your advice, women should stay away from me because I’m not proactive? I think you are just causing more greif to people who already suffer enough. The fact that women are becoming more active daters is GOOD, that is a good thing. It give them control, and agency.