We bring this website to you to think, discuss with others and find helps for your relationships and love. We encourage you to read and participate. We want this to be a place for you to share your views and opinions. Let’s all do this from an informative approach to relationships love and all that goes with it, not from an attacking mode. We come from different views of life and often have different opinions. We can learn from each other.
Relationships provide us with our greatest joys and our lowest moments in life. The excitement of a new romance stirs our emotions, puts a wide smile on our face, and drives our libido. Yet, the decline of a relationship brings sadness and a true feeling of loss. Losing love can impact us for months or years. A broken relationship can change your view of life and your future. As well, a relationship that is intact can provide joy and happiness of a lifetime.
Relationships surround and focus our lives. Almost all songs we hear and sing talk about our loves, lost and found. People spend lots of money each year talking to therapists about their relationships. They want help to improve or save their relationships. We talk about our connections to our friends, family, and coworkers. They occupy a large part of our conversations with these people. Discussions about new relationships, old relationships, and everything in between occur when people get together.
When we talk about relationships we usually think of husbands and wives, boyfriends and girlfriends, and other combinations of people. Connections of people also include children, siblings, parents, grandparents, friends, and other groups. These relationships impact our lives significantly as well and are the source of many conversations.
On this website we plan to discuss the issues with all of these relationships. We even plan to discuss important aspects of relationships like sex, love, divorce, separation, children, parents, and a host of other areas. We value and encourage your input as we discuss these important topics. We are not professional therapists, psychologists, etc. We provide information and input based on personal experiences and observations. In essence we share real-life situations here and initiate conversations. If you have a need for professional relationship advice, we urge you to get it. We do not provide advice, just information.