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  • (@laura_bonarrigo) Instagram Profile @laura_bonarrigo
  • “Single” doesn’t always mean lonely and “relationship” doesn’t always mean happy.

    Comment below if you agree.
  • “Single” doesn’t always mean lonely and “relationship” doesn’t always mean happy.

Comment below if you agree.
  •  17  1 1 hour ago
  • (@wifelifematters) Instagram Profile @wifelifematters
  • Honey where’s your ticket? Don’t get comfortable! Get your ticket and join me to discuss hot questions, hear inspiring experiences and write out WifelifePlans on Paper for 2019, with the right steps! This is our last TWC For 2018. You cannot miss it!
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  • Honey where’s your ticket? Don’t get comfortable! Get your ticket and join me to discuss hot questions, hear inspiring experiences and write out WifelifePlans on Paper for 2019, with the right steps! This is our last TWC For 2018. You cannot miss it!
Get your ticket🎟 by What’sApp: +59995213570
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  • (@loveinthemakingblog) Instagram Profile @loveinthemakingblog
  • Baku, Azerbaijan
  • As a woman, each one of us wants to be treated well by her man. Yet, some still accept indecent behavior such as when he swears at you or doesn& #039 ;t keep his promises. We& #039 ;ve all been there, right? We all hate it. Nevertheless, we still choose to become their girlfriends and even wives. Why do you think it happens? Perhaps because so many of us don& #039 ;t know what we really want from a man?
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    So I would like to ask you a very important question. What does the idea of & #039 ;a man treating you well& #039 ; imply for you personally? It& #039 ;d be great if you write it down in your notebook in this way creating a & #039 ;Treat-me-well code of conduct& #039 ; to always refer back to when things get out of hand with your guy.
    You are also welcome to add to my list in the comments. Tag your girlfriends, let& #039 ;s create a roll call for all the women out there who need a little reminder of what kind of treatment they deserve!

    This is my personal & #039 ;Treat-me-well code of conduct& #039 ;
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    📌He acts responsibly, so I know I can rely on him
    📌Keeps his word
    📌Makes effort to spend quality time with me
    📌Makes effort to show me love in different ways
    📌Is by my side when I need him
    📌Supports me through ups and downs
    📌Takes part in family/friends events, celebrations
    📌Respects my boundaries
    📌Does not lead me on, does not delay proposal
    📌Compromises occasionally
    📌Is kind to my weaknesses and insecurities
    📌Supports and believes in me
    📌Shares home duties if we live together
    📌Protects my safety
    📌Brings me flowers and occasional gifts
    📌Tries to make me happy when I& #039 ;m sad

    Ladies, please understand that it goes both ways. You can& #039 ;t expect something from a man without giving it back in one form or another. If you want to be respected - respect, loved - love and so on.

    Love, Katia❤️
  • As a woman, each one of us wants to be treated well by her man. Yet, some still accept indecent behavior such as when he swears at you or doesn't keep his promises. We've all been there, right? We all hate it. Nevertheless, we still choose to become their girlfriends and even wives. Why do you think it happens? Perhaps because so many of us don't know what we really want from a man?
.
So I would like to ask you a very important question. What does the idea of 'a man treating you well' imply for you personally? It'd be great if you write it down in your notebook in this way creating a 'Treat-me-well code of conduct' to always refer back to when things get out of hand with your guy. 
You are also welcome to add to my list in the comments. Tag your girlfriends, let's create a roll call for all the women out there who need a little reminder of what kind of treatment they deserve!

This is my personal 'Treat-me-well code of conduct'
.
📌He acts responsibly, so I know I can rely on him
📌Keeps his word
📌Makes effort to spend quality time with me
📌Makes effort to show me love in different ways
📌Is by my side when I need him
📌Supports me through ups and downs
📌Takes part in family/friends events, celebrations
📌Respects my boundaries
📌Does not lead me on, does not delay proposal
📌Compromises occasionally
📌Is kind to my weaknesses and insecurities
📌Supports and believes in me
📌Shares home duties if we live together
📌Protects my safety
📌Brings me flowers and occasional gifts
📌Tries to make me happy when I'm sad

Ladies, please understand that it goes both ways. You can't expect something from a man without giving it back in one form or another. If you want to be respected - respect, loved - love and so on.

Love, Katia❤️
  •  19  2 5 hours ago
  • (@tori_ufondu) Instagram Profile @tori_ufondu
  • Once we get to a certain age, not only do we come with invaluable experiences, we come with baggage, the clumsy term we use to collectively identify all our mistakes, regrets, naivety, or our immaturity in love. This baggage that we carry around can and will so easily morph into part of us that sometimes we don’t actually want to let it go. It becomes our safety net and our familiarity in new scenarios, but ultimately it does us very little good. Here is why and how you must let it go.
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    👉🏽 Understand it’s baggage, not your entourage
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    Accepting our baggage, maybe that we’re slow to open up because of past hurts, or that we find it difficult to trust, will make love harder in new relationships. It’s essential to recognise that baggage weighs you down, it is not part of an entourage that makes you stronger or less vulnerable.
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    What if you could ditch the tethers holding you down? What if you could enter a relationship knowing full well that, when the time is right, you will let go without fear and full of hope?
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    Well, you can. But you first need to challenge these fears that you’ve become comfortable carrying around.
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    👉🏽 Question yourself
    Letting yourself go in relationships, as with anything else, starts with taking a more in depth look at yourself. How much do you let go outside of relationships? What is it exactly that you hold back from a lover, and what do you believe will happen if you don’t? What’s your intention in keeping a hold of yourself so tightly?
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    You must be able to answer... continue reading, link in bio 🙏🏽 .
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  • Once we get to a certain age, not only do we come with invaluable experiences, we come with baggage, the clumsy term we use to collectively identify all our mistakes, regrets, naivety, or our immaturity in love. This baggage that we carry around can and will so easily morph into part of us that sometimes we don’t actually want to let it go. It becomes our safety net and our familiarity in new scenarios, but ultimately it does us very little good. Here is why and how you must let it go.
.
.
👉🏽 Understand it’s baggage, not your entourage
.
.
Accepting our baggage, maybe that we’re slow to open up because of past hurts, or that we find it difficult to trust, will make love harder in new relationships. It’s essential to recognise that baggage weighs you down, it is not part of an entourage that makes you stronger or less vulnerable.
.
.
What if you could ditch the tethers holding you down? What if you could enter a relationship knowing full well that, when the time is right, you will let go without fear and full of hope?
.
.
Well, you can. But you first need to challenge these fears that you’ve become comfortable carrying around.
.
.
👉🏽 Question yourself
Letting yourself go in relationships, as with anything else, starts with taking a more in depth look at yourself. How much do you let go outside of relationships? What is it exactly that you hold back from a lover, and what do you believe will happen if you don’t? What’s your intention in keeping a hold of yourself so tightly?
.
.
You must be able to answer... continue reading, link in bio 🙏🏽 .
.
#relationshipadvice #insecure #relationshipgoals #relationshiptherapy #couplescounseling #psychotherapy #singlegirl #datingquotes #singlelifeproblems #breakups #divorce #infidelity #datingservice #ineedaman #longtermrelationship #singleagain #goals #selflove #onlinedating #interracialdating #datingtips #datingcoach #dating #godlydating #datinglife #datingapps #dating101 #dateme #datingadvice #tunbridgewells
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