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The Chemistry of Love: How Love Works?

Love! Words come to halt when we start talking about it. It is something so strong and unexplainable. It knows nothing but to love. The Language of love is our feelings. When we are in love with someone, a spurious chemical reaction takes place in our body. This uncontrolled chemical reaction is responsible for the way we feel our love. This chemical reaction is carried out by the hormones and neurotransmitters that are released while we are in Love. They play an amazing and striking role in modulating the wave of love we feel.

Fighting a War of Hate With God’s Weapon for Peace – Love

THIS is not just another comment about Paris (November 2015). It’s a comment about the inevitable waves of attack that occur in life and how we’re to properly respond to them.

The Advantages and Disadvantages of Beauty in Love Relationships, Marriage, and Dating

In today’s society it’s certainly advantageous to be physically beautiful. People with a beautiful appearance often find jobs more easily than people who are considered less attractive. As much as most of us would like to be considered “beautiful” that notion of standard beauty has its disadvantages as well. This article will describe the pros and cons of standard notions of beauty. Of course, one should keep in mind that beauty is also in the eyes of the beholder, varying in accordance with individual preferences. How do these notions impact marriage, dating, and other everyday relationships?

The Powerful Simplicity of Love

There is a power that can topple dictators, free us from pain and help us find meaning in the most difficult of circumstances and it is always available for each of us. You can be broken by life, or you can use life to break free.

Was It My First Love or What?

Life is something very complicated and imperceptible. It is full of certain and un-certain events; pleasant and un-pleasant, credible and incredible, sweet and bitter, wanted and mostly un-wanted. Many philosophers have been trying their best to find out the true meaning of life; but I won’t say even one of them succeeded.

When Love Dies

“Happiness is not a matter of destiny but a matter of choice”. When love dies, you never die with it.

How To Keep Love Alive

Many couples struggle with the idea of keeping their love alive and keeping the flame still burning. After a couple of years of marriage things might be getting dull. But keeping the love alive is possible. All you need is creativity and some time on your hands. Here you can find some tips on how to keep love alive.

God, You and How Loneliness Makes Love True

So you’re lonely. Life has come to be anything but. Loneliness’s brought emptiness, desolation, an irreparable vacuous brokenness. The days breed despair. The minutes make for anguish. Some seconds wail. And there’s fear for the hours; many from hell itself. I recall my loneliest time. A time of deepest pain. A season dark beyond drudgery. Little doubt you feel as I did. How could life get so woefully bad? What was God thinking to put me through what seemed more like a living death than an existence of palatable life? Why is God so seemingly sadistic? When, if ever, will life improve?

Are You A Taker Or A Caretaker In Your Relationships?

Every relationship has a taker and a caretaker in it. Do you take or do you give?

How To Choose a Hobby You Will Both Love

Finding hobbies both you and your partner love can be somewhat difficult, especially if you two consider yourselves to be very different people. But with some perspective and analyze you will soon realize you are not so different after all. If you were, you would not have been attracted to each other.

Why Do We Criticise When We Can Encourage?

There always needs to be room for the provision of constructive feedback. That’s feedback that can be hard to hear. But that feedback, skilfully delivered, both motivates and inspires. It encourages. Criticism, on the other hand, plays the person and not the ball. It all depends on the motive of the feedback, for some feedback is apparently couched in love, but it doesn’t feel loving when it’s received. It falls short. It misses the mark. It’s no encouragement. Yes, even in constructive feedback there is encouragement. That’s the test of whether it’s constructive or not.

Those Who Share, Dare, and Those Who Care, Bear

This article is about these two interdependent truths. Those who share, dare to share honestly, and those who care, bear the sharer’s burden.

Love Is This Strange Feeling You Get Inside

Love finds you in the most unexpected ways, in ways you could never have imagined. Love is this strange feeling you get inside. I believe that everyone will find their happiness, and that the smallest decisions you make, even the bad ones, will eventually lead you to it.

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