Attraction that's once been lost can be gained. If you're looking of ways of how you can rebuild attraction in a relationship, it's, however, important to know this: you need to work at it and you need to be sure you want to continue investing in the relationship.
The first way people feel valued is when they're treated with respect. With out respect, a person feels that they are of no importance and therefore not valuable.
She was not speaking to anyone in the classroom and it has been weeks like this. Her head down in her books not wanting to speak with anyone. The teacher was very concerned about her well being and was at a loss of what do to draw her out of her shell. I have always hated that phrase "Getting someone out of their shell". You cannot force a person to come out of their shell just because you think that it was is best for them. It takes time and comfort for them to want to engage with their environment. I knew by looking at her that she will come out of her shell when she damn well was ready for it. However I can speed up the process by planting a little seed her head. I knew what I needed to do. I approached her very calmly and got down on one knee to her level. I noticed that she had family picture of her and her brother sister and parents so I started to ask her questions about herself and her family. As humans we love to speak about ourselves and we all have a tendency to naturally be drawn to someone who takes a genuine interest in who we are as people. Have you ever noticed when we see a colleague at work and the feelings that we get when we engage with them when we are enjoying the interaction. Our minds begin to associate that person with positive emotions. We look forward to going to work to run into that individual because of the feels we get from that interaction. I knew that I had to create the same feelings in this student to get her to establish a connection with me. So I asked her open ended questions. She spoke quietly and calmly. I made a point not to make the conversation to long so to not overwhelm her. At the end of our conversation I made a silly joke to make her laugh. That was the seed being planted. That`s when I ended that conversation and left her with a positive impression of me. The weeks following this interaction I made a point to ask her open ended question and make her laugh in every conversation we had and make her laugh at the end. I did this so that she can associate me with positive emotions. When she associates me with positive emotions she will naturally want to open up to me and want my attention. In this process I become someone of value to her. Someone that she wants validation from. In the weeks following was beginning to interact with her peers. I watched from afar and she started coming out of her shell at her own pace. One day during an exam, the entire class was silent focusing on their exam. I saw her putting her head on her desks getting frustrated. She put her head up turned around and made eye contact with me. Her eyes were full of tears and her face was red. I gave her a smile and thumbs up basically communicating in a non verbal fashion ``its ok you got this I believe in you``. She understood what I was saying. She smiled back at me wiped the tears off her face and gave me a thumbs up. She returned to her exam. From what I gathered from that interaction is that I made a connection with her. I took some time and consistency but the seed grew successfully. Human being are not complicated. We generally will seek out pleasure and avoid pain. That concept follows us in out interaction with others. We emotionally connect ourselves to individuals that make us feel good. We get kick a of dopamine in that persons presence. I`m sure we have all been their, being a child unsure how to navigate the world, and waiting for some adult in our lives to swoop in and give us some guidance and comfort, but all it take is one. One person to make us feel like family in a strange land filled with strangers. It also take just one very strong emotional connection with a person to cause us to open up and have a snowball effect and open ourselves to everyone else.
The chances are that one time or another in your life your friend won’t be dating anyone, and you’ll think that you could have the guy or girl for them. Setting someone up should be easy – in theory, but getting yourself involved within the relationships of other people can be incredibly tricky, even if you have the best of intentions. Remember, matchmaking isn’t just about trying to make romance happen, you also have to ensure that you take all of the right steps in keeping your friendship secure, too.
Who are You? Do you know yourself? Are you always true to who you are, or do you cover up with an imaginary mask?
Growing into your true self is a lifelong process. See, every day we wake up with a different intention, a different distraction, a different life event, a different struggle all which test our very own identity.
I’m sure you are all in a similar situation where the stresses of quarantine and self isolation has you speaking to yourself more than usual. Maybe you’re reflecting on your career, relationships or just generally other issues that plague our society other than Covid-19. When you delve deep into the rabbit hole that is YouTube you never knew how passionate you felt about The Slow Food Movement (Look it up).
Do you ever go numb? Like you want to feel something, but no matter how much you try you feel nothing? This happens to me often. Sometimes it's like I am ready to burst from inside my spirit and incinerate everything around me.
They say you don’t know someone until you Move in with them. They say there’s things that a person does behind closed doors that can sway the scales of love for better or for worse. Nowadays it’s common place for a couple to move in together before even thinking about the M word. And because of this it is believed that the marriage rate has decreased drastically.
Letting go of someone you truly love and coming to terms with the end of the relationship is probably one of the worst feelings anyone can go through. The desire to love and be loved is innate because love is one of the factors that adds meaning to life. Ending a relationship is a stern test of one's emotional and mental health and is one that can bring even the strongest of men and women to their most fragile state. Interestingly, quite a lot has been written about love and how to foster it and little about how to let go when it is clearly heading for the rocks. However, ending a relationship isn't nearly as simple as it seems especially when you are clueless on how to go about it. While fantasy might overwhelm logic when love is involved; however the voice of reason should never be ignored. Please find below some important tips that can help you or your loved ones overcome the despondency of a failed relationship.
For someone who has battled addiction, "recovery" is an important word. When a person has made it to recovery, it means they've jumped a hurdle. How many more hurdles they have to jump will depend on many important factors, including their support system and their determination. Every day of recovery is a difficult phase to be in, but as time passes, the difficulty does get better, because you get mentally stronger. If you're new to recovery, here are some tips that may help you keep your eye on the prize.
Often disregarded is the spillover of the consequences to other people in your life during the litigation of the personal injury lawsuit.
It will require your time and energy away from the family.
The decision to file a lawsuit or not may create conflicts and disagreements between the spouse and the children.
Dealing with adjusters, investigators, and case preparation is daunting. Lawyers will dig into every area of your life to discredit you.
When you’ve lived in London a long time and you’ve finally embraced the local habits — the lifestyle, the culture — you’re likely hoping to settle down, to find a job, a proper job, and potentially, a pure, genuine, incomprehensible, Brit-born and -bred partner.