Relationship Help Forum: July

The Relationship blog has been running a relationship help forum, assisting women who've been left in a lurch by the men in their lives.

I share a different story each month (I change the name and situation slightly). I also share my advice to that particular woman. The common thread running though all the stories indicates that us women have tied our self-confidence to the men we're with. This of course, means that when they walk out we feel not only a sense of loss, but a total destruction to our own self-worth. Sometimes this phenomenon can have lasting effects, unfortunately.

It's totally natural to feel beaten down when a relationship falls apart. After all, events like these make us question ourselves. However, one thing we always have to keep in mind is, there doesn't have to be anything wrong with us for someone to want to leave. Here's 'Nancy's' question:

Psst! New Arrival

The Relationship Blog loves talking about babies and families on the whole. Today we want to help welcome a new addition to our fold. 

We have help for single people, and married folk too. We give self-improvement advice and like dealing with the kids who're blue. You know, we even chat about domestic stuff some of the time. It was only a matter of time before we found a home to host all the above that rhyme.

So it is with pride we introduce our little brother, diy projects on our list. He gives us all the low down about home-improvement ideas and DIY tutorials with a personal twist. 

Here's what he has to say:

To Revive A Dying Bird

This morning I was in the living room getting ready to leave for worship when I heard a dull thud on the bedroom window directly above. I glanced up to the window in the living room just in time to see a tiny bird fall down and onto the hammock outside.
Both my husband and I went outside to try to save the little creature. It was completely stunned. Its eyes were half open and it wasn't even fluttering a wing.

My husband picked it up in a dishcloth and I pressed on its little chest in quick succession to try to resuscitate the little thing. Nothing happened, but then I remembered something my uncle did with a newly hatched chicken when I was a little girl.

Anne Lyken-Garner is a published author, editor and freelance writer. Her specialities include relationships and confidence building. You can find her inspirational memoir here.
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