Relationship Forum: Young Love?

The Relationship Forum is a regular element for us on this site. I take a real relationship situation from a column I have elsewhere. I edit the details so individuals and places are unidentifiable, and I recap them here with the answers I gave. I know that highlighting these real situations faced by women around the world helps others with similar relationship problems they're experiencing in their own lives. So many women have allowed their relationships to shape who they are instead of the other way around. This is especially true for younger girls like *Monica (not real name) below. 

This month our focus is slightly different, because we tackle a relationship of a younger girl instead of a woman. *Monica's relationship will remind us all how important it is for girls to feel loved and needed at home, because some boys find it difficult to work out the complex workings in the mind of a girl - especially one who wants a secure and committed relationship from him. You can access last month's relationship forum article here.  
And the earlier ones here.

Relationship forum: young love?
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is it young love, or companionship?

Why Your Relationship Is Like A Plant

You would never think that your relationship is like a plant. However, one look at your relationship at this (and any other) time of year and you'll see there are so many similarities; you'll kick yourself for never having noticed it before. And this doesn't concern just  your relationship. It covers every relationship you've ever had plus all the ones your friends have discussed with you in the past. Most relationships are like plants, and once you've read this you'll find yourself comparing yours with the plants you've tried to nurture in your lifetime. The only trouble is, how to find a sturdy, perennial that will last a lifetime.

Find me love

Find me love is a phrase the Relationship Supermarket has addressed several times in its lifetime. Now that Valentine's day is coming we'd like to make it easy for you to find all the posts that relate to that topic. Of course, we have a love relationships page and a singles' help page. But there are ups and downs in love, so these articles don't all talk about the love that's going right. In fact, some of them some of them address cheating, like, Why Women Cheat. This is not the time of year to be talking about that though, so let's look at some articles more in keeping with Valentine's Day and the topic, Find me love.


Find me love

                            

I Got My Girlfriend Back - With Silk Flowers

A guest post by Rob Lobitz


My girlfriend and I have been together for nearly two years and as with any relationship, we’ve had our ups and downs. Thankfully, we're still together. However just a couple of months ago our relationship was in serious danger. Well, 'serious danger' is an understatement - she basically dumped me. I didn’t realize it, but I had begun to neglect my girlfriend. She would complain that I wasn’t making an effort to spend quality time with her any more, that I was taking her for granted and all the things that women expect us to do for them. I'd tell her that I was really busy at work etc. However, looking back I realize that I was in the wrong.


Why my girlfriend dumped me
I remember vividly the day when she broke up with me. We had planned to go out for dinner, but I had volunteered myself for overtime work. And I forgot to call her and let her know. By the time I got home and realized we were supposed to go out, the damage had already been done. When I visited her apartment that night she made it clear that she never wanted to speak to me ever again. I was distraught, I felt lost and hopeless. I tried everything that I could to win her back but nothing seemed to work. I called, I texted, tweeted and even wrote notes. Still nothing worked.

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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