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Saying ‘No’ Doesn’t Make You a Bad Person

Saying 'No' Doesn't Make You a Bad Person

Saying “No” to someone you love can make people feel guilty. They feel mean for saying no. Nothing could be further from the truth. When you tell a child “no” you are saying it for good reason. That doesn’t make you a bad person, it makes you a good parent. So why can’t it be…

The Most Difficult People to Have Relationships With

The Most Difficult People to Have Relationships With

The most difficult people to have relationships with are those who behave in ways that make for unhealthy relationships. We should be able to spot these behaviors right away and recognize them for the red flags they are. In reality, most people choose to ignore these red flags altogether and make excuses for them. You…

Top 10 Relationship Questions You Need to Ask Yourself

Top 10 Relationship Questions You Need to Ask Yourself

Relationship questions are part of the dating process and can help you evaluate if someone has the right relationship material for you. You do not want to get into a relationship with just anyone, otherwise you will most likely wind up with a crappy relationship. You want to make sure you ask your potential partner…

Do They Always Get Their Way?

Do They Always Get Their Way?

Sometimes letting someone get their way in a relationship is good for the relationship. Each member of a couple should take one for the team once in a while. But always letting someone get their way is not healthy for a relationship. It creates an imbalance within the relationship and you can expect things to…

Justifying Bad Behavior in Relationships

Justifying Bad Behavior in Relationships

Justifying bad behavior in relationships does more harm than good. When you justify bad behavior in your relationship you are setting very dangerous patterns that will be hard to break down the line. If it goes on for too long, it will become impossible to change it. Justifying bad behavior is really just an excuse…