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Why most romantic relationships eventually fail

According to statistics, the majority of all relationships eventually ends in a break up or become unsatisfying for either one or both partners. Finally learn the real reason why this happens to so many couples - and learn how to prevent it from ever happening to you.

Only Seeing The Best In Your Partner:

When couples first begin dating, they tend to focus on those traits that they like in their partner - as oppose to traits they dislike. This makes them feel appreciation, which in turn, makes them feel good and fall more in love. Their subconscious mind will then program itself to continuously search for more of these likeable traits - which will make them continue to fall deeper in love.Those couples that continue to only see the best in their partner's, tend to remain together, happy, and in love for a lifetime. But although it sounds simple, maintaining this level of positive focus is extremely difficult for most.

Only Seeing The Worst In Partner:

As the newness of the relationship wears off, most couples will eventually change their point of focus. They'll stop focusing on the traits that they like in their partner - and will begin focusing on the traits that they dislike. This changes the entire dynamics of the relationship and breeds negative emotions that make them feel bad, like "anger, fear, resentment, and insecurity." Their subconscious mind will then begin to program itself to continuously search for even more of these unlikeable traits - which will cause them to fight, argue, and grow apart. This is what happens to the majority of all relationships.

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Posted on December 30, 2009 at 11:36am 1 Comment

Neural Pathways to Love

By []Melanie Kira Clark and Anthony Clark

New imaging techniques have enabled researchers to precisely map functioning of different parts of the brain, down to the millimeter. What has been discovered is that new neural pathways are being forged in the brain throughout our entire lives, depending on how we use our mind. Wherever we focus… Continue

Are You tired Of Nagging ?

Posted on December 29, 2009 at 9:37am 0 Comments

Are You Tired of Nagging?

By []Melanie Kira Clark and Anthony Clark

Most women don't want to nag the man in their life - they just want to get through to him. Women spend a lot of time and energy trying to have the best relationships possible. Men know that women will handle the details of day- to-day life and leave us to do what we do best. If you ask most men in… Continue

Marriage and the Law Of Attraction

Posted on December 26, 2009 at 11:31am 0 Comments

You are attracting the type of relationship you have with your spouse. This may be hard to believe, especially if you are unhappy.

There are so many articles written about the powerful law of attraction, but few address its application in marriage. Most people believe that marriage is supposed to be challenging. Couples find it difficult to change and even more difficult to change their spouse. They begin to focus on the things that annoy them about each other and accept some level… Continue

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