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Choice Theory has helped me to create an amazing life. I am so grateful to have learned Choice Theory® psychology when I was just 27. The only thing that would […]
Some links may be affiliate links. We may get paid if you buy something or take an action after clicking one of these Eileen Buchheim created Romance Awareness Month in […]
“No one ever broke your heart; they broke your expectations.” This quote from Kyle Cease is a significant quote for me because I was sure I had been broken-hearted several […]
There are some major misconceptions in the area of couple relationships. People often think when two people commit to an exclusive relationship, “Two become one.” This is a nice, romantic […]
It seems the two most difficult jobs in life are creating successful relationships with our significant others and parenting children, yet neither come with any formal training. It’s as if […]
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There is no easy way to determine whether or not you have done all you can to prevent a divorce because the answer to this question is so individualized. Kyle Cease says, “No one breaks your heart, they break your expectations.” Think about that incredibly profound statement! Anytime you have been hurt or disappointed in your life, it is truly because someone did not do what you expected them to do. End of story!
Q: I am almost 50 years old and have never been married. Why is it that I can get plenty of boyfriends and the relationships last. Most of my relationships last about six years. I always tell myself I am going to give a relationship two years and if it isn’t going anywhere, I plan to end it. But usually at the two-year mark, things are going so well, I don’t follow through. Then I find myself at the six-year mark with no thoughts of marriage on the horizon. I push; he leaves. I want to be married. What am I doing wrong?