When we like/love someone, our natural inbuilt response is to try and get the attention of that person in order to create a gateway to bring them into our lives. You want the guy’s heart – not his eyes for a few moments.
Something as simple as an e-greeting card every now and then can help build the connection between you both in a long distance relationship.
Colors stimulate our brains in different ways, and the way we respond to certain colors can say a lot about who we are.
Redemption is a sexy word but is it as promising as its entails?
Writing is the ultimate ‘deep work’ activity — to become a better writer, you need to practice your skills in a state of distraction-free concentration.
Neuroscience tells us that when a romantic relationship ends, we have a tendency to highlight the good things and develop obsessive thinking.
What evolutionary psychology explains is possibly more about attraction than about love. Although in many instances, attraction may very well be the spark that first ignites the possibility for a deeper emotion to develop later down the road, the fact stands that mere attraction is not the same as love.
We are all incompatible, but it is the work of love to make us graciously accommodate to each others incompatibility’s and imperfections.
It’s never over when you think it’s over.
You must be an improv artist. In life, reality shifts will hurl toward you in surprising and often uncomfortable times and you no matter how sophisticated your strategies may be, acceptance of this shift is the only real strategy you can deploy first.