What is the secret of a healthy relationship?
A good relationship first begins with YOU.
This works more efficiently when two partners are focused on a goal of keeping their relationship better than ever before.
A lot of relationships have begun so well only to end in disaster. Ever wonder why this happened?
This is mainly because, couples have the tendency to take each other for granted and as a result have become more negligent of each other over the years and months they have been together. This is not how a relationship should progress. In a way as the relationship grows old, it should be viewed in a mature perspective. In other relationships it is not correct to say that relationships grow old, but it should be said “as the relationship matures”.
In most cases, love that has the hottest beginning has the coolest end. In other words, love does not develop over time.
While it is true that there can be a love at first sight, it depends on the partners how to maintain and sustain that love they have felt from the start.
It is important that partners work together in achieving their goal of making the relationship works for them. It is definitely a combined effort and a shared endeavor. Part of every great relationship is setting common goals, then figuring out a way to work together to accomplish these goals. This gives couples a sense of purpose and direction. It also teaches couples how to work together, making their relationship stronger and more rewarding.
This takes a great deal of focus, commitment, and compromise, but the rewards are well worth the effort. Actually, this concept is not limited to only relationships, but applies to other aspects of life such as work and career.
Remember, when you really love yourself, you cannot help wanting to give some of your love away. You must learn to be alone and happy before you can be together with someone else and still be happy. Your happiness always depends upon how you feel when you are alone.
So, when you want a great love partner, become a great love partner. Sharing love with someone must only and always begin with YOU
Sunday, November 09, 2008
What is the secret of a healthy relationship?
Friday, October 03, 2008
Two brothers have been charged with the murder of a banker who died after confronting a gang in a city centre.
Tom and Ben Cowles, aged 21 and 20, of Costessey, Norfolk, are due to appear in court accused of killing 45-year-old Frank McGarahan.
The chief operating officer of Barclays Wealth was pronounced dead on Monday following an incident in Norwich in the early hours of Sunday.
A Norfolk Police spokeswoman said Ben Cowles had also been charged with three counts of assault - one against a Lithuanian man and other offences against Mr McGarahan's brother and cousin.
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Posted by Shankar Pandiath at 9:47 AM
Monday, June 30, 2008
It is believed that with the blocking of one senses, you are able to open the other areas of senses.
Just imagine, if you are floating in water, just like a cork in a soundproof, dark room, where the body and the head cannot figure out your senses………
The chances are it will open avenues to other areas of the senses which we never knew that we possessed.
Perhaps the sixth sense or the seventh ?
Must try it one of these days – it can open answers to many a question that have been lying unanswered for years
Posted by Shankar Pandiath at 11:46 AM
Saturday, May 24, 2008
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After downloading, just utilize the source facility in your Browser and copy the contents between the [body] to [/body] sections and paste it in your blog. A little bit of technical know would be of great help.
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Sunday, May 18, 2008
Social bookmarking sites are cropping up all over the internet [Del.icio.us and Furl are two of the most popular ones]
Sites like these run rampant on the internet and are set to explode in popularity. The basics of Social bookmarking revolve around allowing users the option to store their favorite sites and pages online and label them with tags.
Since the bookmarks are stored online, they are not limited to a particular computer. Most Social bookmarking sites also have built in RSS features so users can share their bookmarks.
Some even let users vote for the bookmark or article and will put the most favored links up higher. As a web owner, this means you will receive some extra exposure if your pages are favored by Social bookmarkers.
Each Social bookmarking site is run differently, but all are organized by the concept of tags.
But, since your webpage may be tagged with many tags instead of just one, who really cares with spelling? With tagging, you will want your content to be tagged with as many related tags as possible to increase the chances of your webpage being found.
And at the rate some of these popular Social bookmarking sites are being snatched up by major search engine companies, you know they’re onto something. Yahoo has recently acquired Flickr and Del.icio.us, two of the web’s most popular bookmarking utilities.
One of the top tagging sites on the internet, Technorati, allows the web owner to tag their own content and add it to the Technorati index. Bloggers have been rewarded with thousands of extra visitors per day by mastering Technorati.
There's no doubt that by tagging, you will definitely increase some traffic to your site
Thursday, May 15, 2008
Another one of the many reasons why you should join a social networking site is because you literally have a wide variety of choices.
As social networking sites increased in popularity, so did the number of sites that could be found online. Although MySpace is often deemed the most popular online social networking site, there are others that are just as easy or as much fun to use.
In your search for social networking sites, you will come across a number of different networks. Many of those sites will have a particular focus and perhaps, the greatest reason, why you should join a social networking site is because most of them are free to use and obviously you may not want to pay for something that you can obtain for free. Of course, most paid networks offer you more membership benefits, when compared to free social networking sites.
Unlike MySpace, which accepts just about any Internet user, there are online networks that aim to accept Internet users that have a particular hobby, view, or belief. It is not uncommon to find social networking sites that focus on politics, religion or just about anything.
If you are unsure about joining an online networking community, specialty networking sites, let Myspace be your best bet. They are a great way to test the waters and they are nice because they automatically pair you with Internet users who have the same interests or views that you do.
So give Myspace a shot.
Wednesday, May 14, 2008
Why do people dwell on past memories?
Why do people cope up with all this suffering, when there is nothing and if at all there is any, it should be flushed down a toilet.
These are common characteristics of depression. Failure, to comprehend realities, dwelling on past miseries and most of all gaining satisfaction from it.
On the alternate side, there is this innate fear that something bad might happen to people whom you like.
Is there a solution?
But it takes some time and a bottle of common sense.
I say this not because of the above options, but to shake of the system or social supporters of such a system.
They need a scapegoat, and it is high time you realize that you are the evangelical scapegoat.
Take time off, give each of the a piece of your supposed, hypothetical miseries, the ones you are afraid off, the ones you try to hide.
Don’t give it with any anger or remorse. But give it as if you are sharing something valuable, such as say you have received some huge parcel of food or even a prize. Make it look like something valuable, and then you won’t feel bad about it.
Give after a week, list down the number of miseries and fears left.
Should there be no improvement, don’t despair. Go back to the old schedule, but you have a few less of your hypothetical fears and worries left.
Do this again after two weeks. Note the improvement.
Now, also you would start receiving feedbacks from the people you have shared your prizes. If there is a positive response, then you have to really work with yourself.
It would help even if you discuss these problems with a counselor.
Alternately, if your friends, colleagues, neighbors or relatives start politely turning down your prize giving habit, then you don’t have much to worry.
Your theory is not hypothetical; there is a social problem out here.
Each week or two weeks, change your approaches, modus operandi and you would be on the road to recovery.
Perhaps, it would even turn out to be one of the best experiences and lessons you ever learn.
Tuesday, May 13, 2008
Sunday, May 11, 2008
If you ask yourself this question - Am I interested in meeting new people online ? and if your answer is YES, then go ahead and join as social networking is here to stay.
Before the era of social networking, it was difficult to meet other Internet users.
If you tried, you would have to rely on chat rooms or instant messaging services
As nice as these popular Internet features are, they are not always considered safe. With chat rooms or instant messaging programs you were often given little reassurance that a person was who they claimed to be as there was no way that you could learn more about a particular Internet user, even if you wanted to.
Social networking has changed all that.
Not only have social networking sites made it safer to meet people online, it also
allows you to meet people that have the same or similar interests as yourself.
Most social networking sites allow you to create your own profile; in fact, many even give you your own web-page. These profiles or pages will allow you to share information on yourself, including your likes and dislikes. And it would be fairly easy for you to meet up with other network members that have similar profiles, especially those who enjoy or believe in the same things that you do.