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7 Things To Let Go Of On The Path To True Love
6 Signs It's Time to Break Up With Someone Even If You're Still in Love With Them
The desire for approval to be seen, appreciated, or loved is one of the strongest motivators of our actions and feelings. Today wanting approval is more prominent than ever. Online connectivity and social media turned wanting approval into an addictive habit. As strong and addictive as wanting approval might be it usually sits stealthily in the background—hidden from conscious thought. We mostly act from a place of wanting approval from others, or worrying about not having it—instead of focusing on what we genuinely want to do and being okay with it. We seek what we feel is lacking.
The Ultimate Source for Understanding Yourself and others
I gets lots and lots of mails from people, especially women, who tell me that they need love so much or that they want someone to love them. Sometimes this mail states the problem directly and sometimes it states it indirectly. The need to be loved is in fact the main reason some people feel bad after breakups and not their love towards the person they broke up with!! Those people usually say things such as "I just want to know if he loved me or not" after breakups, and in fact, as soon as they realize that they were loved they get over the person in no time!!
IT is the age-old question asked by wives, girlfriends and mums: What are men really thinking? They were quizzed on subjects ranging from what keeps them up at night and the state of their love life to what they think about their body. Here is what some were willing to open up about in the revealing tell-all that offers a fascinating insight into the minds of men. Your pecs, abs and arms — and thanks to Instagram, your wealth, car and clothes. This is all because of Tinder and Instagram.