Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Top 10 Signs That Your Husband Or Boyfriend Is Cheating On You

Some of the signs and clues discussed so far may already seem quite strange to you. Or they may not.

If not, the ones discussed in this section will most likely fit into the "strange and unexplainable" -or even the "illogical" - category.

And, it's no surprise that when the person is approached about it, he may offer equally strange explanations that don't make much sense... or he may simply get annoyed, upset or just decide to ignore/dodge the question completely.

1) You may start noticing your partner leaving the house unexpectedly, and maybe during odd hours; The frequency may increase over time.

When away, or just before leaving, your partner may tell you that s/he can be reached at a different (new) number, instead of the usual friends' or work phone number.

2) Your partner may suddenly start to work a lot of 'overtime,' but his/her paycheck or income does not show any change.

Moreover, you may notice the amount of money being deposited into your bank account decreasing, without any explanations.

3) You may also notice unexpected charges on credit cards and/or unexplained purchase receipts.

4) You notice your partner spending a lot more time on the computer, especially when you're not around or have gone to bed.

5) You find your partner becoming more (even overly) protective of certain personal items like the cell phone, purse, personal organizer, journal, mail, computer user account, etc.

You may even notice him/her starting to keep the cell phone, purse, etc. by the bed while sleeping (or easy access as well as for added privacy.)

Phone records / bills may also start to become more important to them and less available to you.

You notice your partner starting to delete records of incoming (or even outgoing) calls from the phone's caller ID.

You may find your partner text messaging on the cell phone frequently. This is especially curious if s/he wasn't necessarily a fan of text messaging in the past.

6) You may notice your partner deleting incoming e-mails more frequently instead of letting them accumulate like s/he used to do.

7) Your partner may go out for coffee, cigarettes, groceries, etc. and not return till several hours later. This will be even more suspicious if s/he returns without the item(s) that s/he went out to get.

8) You may notice your partner starting to accuse you of cheating, or at least becoming more suspicious of your activities. (This is often brought on by his/her own guilt and/or a defensive or even misdirection attempt to throw you off.)

Your partner may start to ask interesting hypothetical questions like, "Do you think we're meant to love only one person?"...."Is there really such a thing as a soul mate, and if so, how the heck are we supposed to know?"...."Is it possible to love more than one person?"...."Has anyone ever cheated on you, and how did you find out...or...did you forgive him/her when you found out?"

9) You may start to get phone calls where the caller doesn't say anything and/or hangs up when you answer. (Moreover, you notice that this doesn't seem to ever happen when your partner answers the phone.)

10) You find your partner whispering or using a low voice when using the phone sometimes, and maybe even hanging up the phone quickly after. Your partner may even start to walk out of the room or step outside to answer and/or talk on the phone, when s/he didn't used to do this in the past.

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Tuesday, June 23, 2009

How To Rekindle Love

Some Things I Learned From Women Who Dumped Me ...

People are in a tough spot with their loved one and are trying to rekindle love in the relationship in order to prevent the relationship from falling apart can likely benefit from some things I have learned from women who have dumped me.

This is because I have "been there, done that" when it comes to relationships, and I have learned a lot about how to keep a relationship going, or even more importantly in some situations, how to know when the relationship really is coming to an end.

Here are some of the things I have learned from women who have dumped me, and how you can use them to your advantage to win back love.

1 - One of the biggest things I have learned from women who have dumped me is that sometimes women break up relationships with every intention of rekindling things later, but they break the relationship up to create some much needed space for a period of time.

In other words, just because she broke up with you, that does not mean that it's all over. Just give her some time and some space and everything will probably be alright again in no time.

2 - Another one of the things I have learned from women who have dumped me is that often women will break up a relationship simply because they think you are going to break up with them, and are trying to beat you to the punch. You can counteract this by being honest about your feelings and intentions to calm down her need to end things first.

It is normal for people to want to have the last word in an argument, and being the one initiating the break up is an example of this. Let her know that you don't want to break things up and you may just be able to keep the relationship from falling apart.

3 - One of the final things I have learned from women who have dumped me that you should keep in mind is that if you work hard enough to rekindle things, you can make a relationship work.

A breakup does not have to mean that the relationship is over forever, it simply means that the relationship needs some time and that both parties require some time apart. You do not have to give up on the relationship or the love behind it just because a hiatus is needed.

Wednesday, May 06, 2009

How To Increase Chemistry In Relationships

Having chemistry between husband and wife extremely important. If chemistry faded, the relationship could turn sour and lead to break up.

Think chemistry in relationships is something that “just happens?” If you do, the truth might surprise you. Sure, you probably can’t create chemistry where none exists, but if that initial spark is there, there’s plenty you can do to fan the flames.

Understand what chemistry is!

If you’ve never really felt strong chemistry with another person, it can be hard to get an idea of what it is. What most people call chemistry is a sense that the two of you are just meant to be together. You’re both perfectly at ease with each other and have a strong physical attraction for each other. While it might have something to do with looks and pheromones, most of it is mental. It comes from you and your sweetie having the same beliefs, dreams, and maybe even habits and pet peeves.

Develop a rapport!

Before you can build up any chemistry, you need to have a good rapport first. If you’ve only seen each other for one or two dates, that rapport may not quite be there yet. To create it, look for a conversation topic you can really bond over. Just make sure it’s something pleasant and low-stress, though. You may discover you both love discussing ways to end famine in Africa, but that subject doesn’t help your partner associate you with pleasure and fun.

Use humor!

Laughter is not only fun, it also makes us feel at ease with another person. You don’t have to be a professional comedian. Even an attempt at humor in your own style can work. Just keep it clean and neutral so you don’t offend your date right off the bat.

Adrenaline is your friend!

Studies have shown that couples who met in an exciting situation—whether pleasurable or not—tend to find each other more attractive. More so than couples who met under normal circumstances. It works because the mind associates any excitement with the person we’re with at the time and mistakes it for physical attraction. Make use of this by planning a date that will get the adrenaline pumping like a scary movie, a rollercoaster ride, or even whitewater rafting.

Express yourself!

You can’t have chemistry in relationships with people who don’t know the real you. Instead of keeping your opinions to yourself in hopes of hiding anything your partner might not like about you, make it a point to share your thoughts and feelings about important issues. Sometimes just a single off-hand comment can make your date fall for you hard.

Enhance the physical!

Some tips for how to increase chemistry in relationships will tell you to touch your date on the knee or arm early on. You want to be careful with that, though. Get physical too early on and you could just end up turning your partner off. Instead, start by just talking about what physical features you each find most attractive in the opposite sex and then using the info you gain to your advantage.

Chemistry in relationships may be mysterious and hard to control, but that doesn’t mean you can’t help it along a little. Make sure you start with a good rapport, throw in a little humor and excitement and you’ll be off to a good start.

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