If you don’t like cats or dogs, even bunnies or pigs, this post might not be for you. But if you know someone that loves animals and is going through a hard time, it might be something worth passing on.
Competition. It can drive us or it can destroy us. For many of us, it seems we spend most of our lives competing with others. Sometimes we compete with friends and family, sometimes we compete with complete strangers.
Ending a relationship is hard, no matter who it’s with. Romantic relationships, friendships, toxic relationships, even professional interactions can have difficult endings.
We all have that one friend that drives us a little crazy. Okay, two friends. And a sister. Sometimes we can’t handle who they are or what they believe in. But if we learn to try, we’ll discover that living in harmony and with them is far more enjoyable than living out of sync and against them.
Did you know that anxiety and anxiety disorders affects around 40 million adults in the U.S., alone? As much as anxiety can be difficult for an individual to cope with the sad fact is it can unpick and erode relationships. Anxious people tend to need lots of reassurance and they also tend to avoid situations that make their anxiety worse. Over time these issues can be draining for a partner and almost inevitably this results in conflict.