Can you recognize your life partner when you’ve had very little life experience? Check out part three of Emera and Marcus’ story and let me know what you think.
This week we’re continuing our exploration of what to do when you and your partner find yourselves on opposite sides of the types of issues that can be extremely divisive. We’re not talking about the “you didn’t take out the trash again” scenarios. Or the “can I just get settled before you talk my ear off?” situations.
In this week’s look around the web at all things dating, relationships, and fulfilling physical intimacy, we discover how to turn around a damaged relationship; 19 awesome things to do by yourself; the 10 stages of relationship; how to listen effectively when it feels like you’re sleeping with the enemy; and how an altar boy became the other man.
Is it possible to recognize your life partner when you’ve had very little life experience? Check out part two Emera and Marcus’ story and let me know what you think.
In part one of this series, we established that even in harmonious relationships, you might find that you and your partner are on opposite sides of the types of issues that divide countries (apparently). You might have come together on passion over commonality. Or you may have evolved differently over time. However you got here, here you are. So how do you navigate the issues without letting them erode the bond between you? Part one covers the importance of disagreeing respectfully. Let’s continue with part two of our exploration.