Are you Addicted to Bad Relationships?

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What causes addiction to bad relationships? There are several levels and everyone’s addiction is different and varies. One common reason isrepparttar feeling and belief that if you endrepparttar 132625 relationship, you will never find anyone else who could possibly be interested in you or love you. You grow so attached to your partner that you forgot your life before him or her, making you feel fearful of being on your own and taking care of yourself. Fear of criticism is another reason many people remain in bad relationships. They are afraid of what people will say, believing that ending a relationship means that they are a failure and being alone is unacceptable and terrifying. Other reasons may be financial support that you are receiving from a partner, making you feel that you should tolerate bad behavior from your lover, since they are supporting you. Having a child together can also blind you or cause you to deny a bad relationship, making you feel guilty for leaving your child’s mother or father. On a deeper level, you could be addicted to disappointing and bad relationships due to your upbringing or experiences as a child yourself. Perhaps you were not nurtured or loved enough and you now think it is normal to be neglected from love, care and understanding.

What should you do and how can you break a bad relationship addiction? Since this addiction is difficult and basically impossible for you to end on your own, counseling would berepparttar 132626 best assistance for you. Find a counselor or service in which experts provide their services through, and take that first step in acceptingrepparttar 132627 fact that you have an addiction and that you need and want help to conquer it. Start being a best friend to yourself and openrepparttar 132628 door to allrepparttar 132629 feelings you have kept locked up for so long. Stay focused and encourage yourself frequently by setting a goal, and picturing yourself away from allrepparttar 132630 disappointment and closer to allrepparttar 132631 happiness and good health you need, desire and deserve as a person. Never give up and know that you are not alone. There are people who can help you, know how to help and will help you. Mainly, keep in mind that there will always be a person who will be by your side and never leave you, always giving yourepparttar 132632 strength, love and support you need…and that person is YOU.

Alina Ruigrok is an independent relationship expert for helping those in need of dating, love, relationship, marital, sexual and other personal advice through e-sessions.

Alina Ruigrok is an independent relationship expert for helping those in need of dating, love, relationship, marital, sexual and other personal advice through e-sessions.

Snipers and Random Violence

Written by Laura Quarantiello

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Try to park as close to store entrances as possible to minimizerepparttar time you are exposed. Also, as much as possible, use your vehicle as a shield when you stop for gas. There is no way to know ifrepparttar 132623 serial sniper victims had any warning prior torepparttar 132624 shootings, if they felt uneasy, saw someone suspicious, or had any chance to avoid their fate. What is known is that even afterrepparttar 132625 news media began to coverrepparttar 132626 story and makerepparttar 132627 public aware ofrepparttar 132628 danger, there were more shootings and more victims. Could awareness and precautions have saved any of these people? Maybe. Random violence is brutal and frightening, and it defies all logic, but there are steps you can take to increase your chances, at least slightly. Be aware and informed. Never let your guard down and always remember that it can happen to you.


Laura Quarantiello is the author of "On Guard! - How You Can Win the War Against the Bad Guys," along with numerous articles on personal security, child protection and crime avoidance. More info is at:

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