It’s happened to me a few times and with different boyfriends—if you follow my posts, you know that. So today I’d like to talk about the pain of betrayal… Whether you’re single or married, it hurts a lot.
The funny thing is that it is a different kind of pain. It’s deeper than pain. It messes with you, making you lose the balance and question yourself. Am I not good enough for him? Am I not as pretty or attractive or intelligent? Am I not what he wants?
Mixing up Bracelets Hey girls, on our last post we talked about “maxi necklaces” and the difference they make on an outfit. Today, we are going to see what a “mix of bracelets” and earrings are also able to do! Mixing up bracelets: when wearing different bracelets together, remember to wear they should be on
Men and women have different natures. Men have a hunting instinct, while women have a maternal instinct. In the past, the men hunted and the women cooked and looked after the cave, LOL! A man would conquer a woman by being able to provide for his family and making her feel safe at his side.
Women need to feel safe, whilst men need to feel that he’s the provider and that he is appreciated for that.
Note that a relationship may be doomed to failure if one of the parties does not feel that their “needs” are being met. If she does not appreciate him or he does not make her feel secure, that’s it! You can be absolutely sure that problems will start to appear.
I’ll tell you a secret.
I’m not very good when it comes to fashion. For me it is not natural, you know? I struggle to keep up with this world, which for some people is so natural…
I have friends who understand the fashion colours and trends just by walking in the shopping centre and looking at the shop windows… but me… I have to look at maaaany shop windows!
But this does not mean we should neglect our looks. So today (and from time to time) I will share some ideas with you—something that helps me a lot!
I usually copy the looks that I like, but sometimes it is a very short skirt, or very tight trousers, and so I make a few adaptations—and it works! How about trying it yourself?
I recently posted an article on Cris Cardoso’s blog where I talked about how to identify a false friend; it was actually a short series about friends and friendships. If you haven’t read it yet, don’t waste any more time—read it! The article where I talk about moving away from bad friends received so many