There are moments in our lives where we feel utterly and entirely lost. There are no clear directions or paths for us to take, just one big ball of confusion without an instruction manual or a tutorial as to how to "live."
Sex appeal isn’t all about how you look. Appearance does play a role in how sexy one is, but there’s more to it than that. When we interact with people, we’re interacting with the whole person. Personality and behavior does just as much to boost your sex appeal as working out and eating right does. People become attracted to all kinds of behaviors and mannerisms in people.
Falling in love is so much more fun than falling out of love, so let’s hope that’s not what your partner is feeling. Here are 5 signs that your partner is falling out of love with you, and how you might be able to save your relationship.
1. She is a constant support through every situation
Finding someone compatible to us can be hard, finding someone who's willing to stay with us through thick or thin is even harder. An ideal partner is probably someone who'll never grow tired of us. A person who's willing to hear us out at the end of every day. A shoulder to cry on. A person to laugh along with. If you want to live a long and happy life with your partner then you better be sure that your partner is the type to stay. The main problem with people these days is the fact that people get bored easily.
Happiness is something that we all strive to attain. As human beings we can accept the fact that: (a) life is short, and (b) unhappiness makes our lives difficult. As is common knowledge, our habits have a big impact on the quality of life that we live; specifically, these habits directly impact our happiness (or lack thereof). To make a clear distinction, there is a strong difference between clinical depression and chronic unhappiness. Depression is a chemical imbalance in the brain, while unhappiness is a disposition that is often acquired through how we choose to live our lives. Similar to depression, however, unhappiness can be diagnosed and treated.