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Archive for the ‘Developing Love’ Category

Adolescents are Prone to Love Addiction

Tweet Adolescence spans from roughly age twelve to as late as twenty-five, with the late teens and early twenties sometimes called ‘emerging adulthood.’ During this important and exciting phase of life, individuals transition from being children to being adults. Specific aspects of physical, social, and personality maturation affect the thoughts, emotions, and behaviors of adolescents. […]

Q&A: Am I happy in my marriage?

Tweet I’m married – I have been for 28 years. Two years, I met someone who is the love of my life. We have not had a physical affair, but we are very emotionally attached. A year ago, my very first high school crush contacted me after an absence of 35 years and has attempted […]

Q&A: Why did my boyfriend stop contacting me?

Tweet I was seeing a guy for 2 months. All was going swimmingly and then after a perfect weekend at his parents’ cabin, he started ignoring my calls/texts and then called me insecure for eventually asking why. After not contacting him for a few weeks, I did to say hi and we started going on […]

Developing Love- Part I

Tweet   By Hannah Bondurant A group of over thirty preschoolers and kindergarteners were asked what they thought of the word “love.” The answers that were written by hand are left in the original spelling (if you have trouble, sound it out). A special thanks to the children, the parents, and those at Hope Montessori […]

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