Ever had an experience where you felt like the air was pumped out of your stomach? A terrible feeling, isn’t it? That’s how being cheated on feels like. Only very few things in a relationship hurt as much as experiencing betrayal from your partner, and then, falling out of love after infidelity. When infidelity happens, it leaves us feeling confused, inadequate, and instigates self-doubt. It also leaves you with a lot of questions such as: Can cheating make you fall out of love? Is falling out of love after infidelity necessary? How do you do that if love for your spouse is still sitting at the bottom of your heart? Is marriage never the same after infidelity?
Have you ever had an experience where you heard a song and instantly felt a connection? An emotional attunement to it? As if that song was made just for you. Every word of that song is telling the world how you feel? It creates a moment of synchronization and emotional regulation where you get in …
I have never met anyone who jumped with joy and ecstasy when they were faced with uncertainty in a relationship, in fact, quite the opposite. The feeling of uncertainty is no fun. It brings out anxiety and impatience in the person experiencing it. It’s a difficult feeling to deal with. Let’s discuss this in detail while exploring what uncertainty in a relationship means, and also reflect on whether you are uncertain about your relationship or not.
t isn’t easy to find love. You know, the kind that sweeps you off your feet but helps you land right back on them as well? It’s hard to find someone who can do that for you, but letting them go isn’t an option once you do find them. Even if it means they are geographically separated from you for a substantial amount of time. In this article, we discuss 3 harsh facts about long distance relationships (LDRs).