Daily Love Advice – Your Guide to Navigating Relationships
Children, youth, or the start of something new has an influence on your relationship. Maybe it’s the memories of a simpler, more playful period in your life, a need to nurture your inner child, a connection to someone from your childhood, or the prospect of dating someone in a different age range that’s at the center of a situation. You might have had difficulty moving on from a matter that’s steeped in nostalgia or biased by family perceptions. Perhaps the situation has reached a point where one of you feels compelled to offer advice and guidance or you’re relying on the wisdom gleaned from past relationships to provide the solution. The answer lies in acknowledging your own needs and recognizing toxic patterns that betray your worth. Regardless of religious inclinations, the words of the Bible’s Corinthians rings true. “When I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child; but when I became a man, I put away childish things.” Stay young at heart, but mature in mind when choosing a partner and acting as one.
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Image: The Artist and his First Wife, Isabella Brant, in the Honeysuckle Bower, Peter Paul Rubens
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