However, your journey can and will lead to peace We may “think” we are hurting someone by having ill feelings toward them.
In reality, we are only hurting ourselves by delaying our grieving, healing, forgiving and growing process.
“Unless it’s a breathtaking, magical experience, we’re not giving enough of the ‘maybes’ a chance.” There are a number of reasons why a relationship might fail to flourish after the first date.
There are the obvious faux pas, such as bragging, drinking too much or talking about your ex.
When one hears the word ‘alcoholic’ for most people a picture comes to mind of someone whose life is in disarray because they drink too much.
Not all alcoholics fall into this stereotype, however.
They may hide their alcohol abuse for years without suffering any major losses.
But under the surface, this form of alcoholism can cause severe psychological and emotional damage to the alcoholic and his or her loved ones.
Being trapped in such a state it prevents you from thinking logically and clearly.
When dealing with disappointment, your first focus should be to bring your consciousness up to a more neutral or positive level such as desire, neutrality, willingness and reason so that you are in a better position to react to your situation.
“First dates are easy to get,” said Lauren Fogel, a psychologist and certified sex therapist for Allina Health Nicollet Mall Clinic, but landing a second “is a mark of triumph.” Combine busy schedules, a need for instant gratification and the ever-replenishing well of the Internet, and it’s no wonder that many daters prefer to keep their options open.