I’ve always talked about soul ties – sleeping with someone and remaining connected to that person’s soul for life. You may have a rebound, think about that person or have flashbacks even after you’ve moved on.
This article also talks about remaining connected to someone you may have had sex with in the past. Hope it helps someone out there:
We as human beings have a very strong self-centered aspect (even if it may not be truly ‘real’) of our beings called the ego, and many problems arise when this aspect of the human experience goes uncontrolled. Manipulation has always been a favored tool of the ego in order to get what it wants.
Online dating is now more common than ever, whether we like to agree or disagree with its rate of success. Personally, I think online dating can conclude with a successful partnership, but I am also aware that with every success, we are bound to experience a number of failures.
You feel you’ve known each other forever. It’s like looking at a reflection of yourself in the mirror. It’s wondering if you’ve ever met way before this time. It’s more of your thinking “how come this person knows so much about me?”
Let me start by wishing you all a Happy New Year. I started off the year by reminiscing on relationships in my parents generation and how many of them built their love on solid foundation. I look at my generation and the next and it all seems that the true meaning of love no longer exist.
We have turned love to mean sex, lust, one-night stands, friendship with benefits, casual sexual partners but the true meaning of love is no longer valued. We have completely lost it!
We no longer listen to the love songs by George Benson, Teddy Pendergrass, Luther Vandross, Tevin Campbell and so on. Sex is just not the same as love. We need to get back to understanding what love really means and being there for each other in the name of love rather than for what we can get.
We start dating but we don’t spend enough time knowing and understanding our partner and before we know it, the relationship is over. Why can’t we just get back to loving someone for who they are and not what they can give or what we can get?
There are more broken relationships than there are solid ones. I just wish we will all start learning to love again than lust, give up our selfish ways for selfless relationships and develop stronger bonds of trust and love. I wish everyone a good year of loving for what love really is all about and making it last forever than a short while. Let’s make love work for what it really means and is!
Real men like curves, not skin and bones. This is a phrase making its rounds and promoted online. However, the supposed goal is to promote an era of body positivity, well, that is unless your body does not look like theirs.
The time is now fifteen minutes after nine, which means your professor is once again late for class. You decide to check your Facebook feed for the sixth time, and wonder why your friend continues documenting everything online about their newborn.