The Dating And Relationship Show

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With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, we thought it would be nice to make this month’s theme: ‘Dating, relationships, and hearing loss’. Reading the Word of God daily, learning it and memorising scriptures will help in understanding how to relate to others from a Christian or Biblical perspective. It will help you to understand yourself and others and give a guideline on the way in which relationships should be conducted.

Kira Lynne was born in Edmonton, Alberta, and has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of British Columbia as well as a Professional Counsellor Diploma from Rhodes Wellness College. Kira worked in law for many years before changing tracks to become a Life Coach, Professional Counsellor, and Registered Holistic Nutritionist. She has lived with chronic pain and illness for over 20 years, and it was her journey to find answers that led to this book. She lives in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Both partners make it a point not to force his or her beliefs and values onto the other, no matter the upbringing and culture. Instead there is acceptance and understanding of each other’s cultural practices and eccentricities. This also gives room to both people to be who they are rather than forcing each other to change into something they are not.

What I did discover online was a wealth of forums and articles about how to get away from the narcissist. There were plenty of tearful stories about the wreckage and psychological ruin. Unfortunately, there was very little about how people actually recovered successfully.

The nuns don’t listen to love songs, watch romantic comedies and gossip. In their own words, these are sources that feed the craving for intensity, and the type of romance that leave us heart broken or in unhappy relationships. We underestimate the power of what we passively consume, and how it effects our perceptions and desires.

I don’t want to just back off and make her come to me becuase that would be playing games with her, which i think is stupid and contrived. I’ve talked to her about it and she acknowledges my point of view but nothing seems to change. I’m not really sure how to go about fixing this, if it can be fixed at all.Dating and Relationship