Showing posts with the label Emotionally

A Woman Who Walks 12 Miles a Day Will Now Have a Smoother Journey - Thanks to a Cop Who Gave Her a Free Bike

Toby Forbrand | December 11, 2018 It was another long day for one woman who was keen to get to her workplace. She was walking on the sideways when she noticed a slow car approaching her through her peripheral vision. Trying to ignore it, she kept on walking, her eyes fixated on the sidewalk. However, the car seemed persistent. It got closer and closer towards the curb. Silently praying, she wished to herself that hopefully, it was not her bad day at all. In a quick glance, the woman noticed the blue and red lights. Clearly, it was a cop car. Not today, she kept on praying. But the driver honked his horn. Instant Confusion The driver was clearly calling the woman’s attention. It came to a full stop now and was repeatedly honking his horn. The woman was in awe. As far as she remembers, she did nothing against the law. She is a simple woman who waves and greets her neighbors every morning before he

Women Are Better At Expressing Emotions, Right? Why It’s Not That Simple

Parents coach their sons to present a facade of emotional toughness and their daughters to admire that facade in men. There is a commonly held cultural narrative which goes something like this: Men who share their emotions make better husbands and fathers. Women value this in a prospective partner because women are already naturally able to share their emotions. In a nutshell, women are the emotionally able ones, men can learn to be. Growing more empowered relational capacities for men and women is crucial to making a better world. But the first step to getting there is to set aside these kinds of simplistic ideas about how we all operate emotionally and relationally. So, for the record, women do not automatically navigate emotional expression better than men. It would be nice if they did, but given how our culture operates, it is simply not possible. We need to acknowledge that gaining relational intelligence, the ability to navigate our shared emotional landscapes,

10 Strong Signs You Are Emotionally Connected With Someone

In the beginning stages of a relationship, determining if you have a strong emotional connection with your partner can be quite tricky. Maybe you’re questioning if your feelings for your partner are truly genuine, or if he or she is as invested as you are in the relationship. Or, maybe you’ve hit it off physically and you have no idea whether there’s something there. A connection perhaps? Or just a one-night stand. Or lastly, you might be looking for signs that your partner feels the same deep love and connection to you, which means that he or she will continue to be a part of your life in the near and far future. Well, in today’s post, we’re discussing the 10 most significant signs that tell whether you or your lover have a genuine emotional connection towards each other: 1. Communication Will Go Smoothly and Easily – Never Forced The communication between you and your partner can tell a lot about the strength of your emotional connection. Soul mates can talk f