I believe that psychological readiness for a serious relationship can be determined by the level of flexibility which a partner is ready to show towards the supports holding his or her dignity, self-respect and pride.
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Two things seem very strange to me: control over emotions and orgasm with no direct stimulation. In my nervous system they both are in the file labeled “I would have never believed it if I had not experienced it myself”.
If she were not she
If she were not she he would no be he. He is sure to change when she realizes herself different. Everyone experienced this process, but the majority remain with the stupid conviction that the world is hard.
10 Signs of Cool Down in Relations
I have decided to write this article as, firstly, many people were and still are (and will ever be, until the end of time, unless they evolve into a different form of living matter) very inattentive to each other. Secondly, even when people notice something in each other they tend to misinterpret it.
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Rounder Square, Sharper Circle (Sheo-Shape)
Sheo-shape is the element that constitutes basic set of deep human values, one out of four possible, as well as the fear that largely governs it. The School disposes of detailed materials on the topic; human nature motive and value wise (“contour map”) has been repeatedly described, the main source is “How to understand” lecture.
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I would not rely on the conventional idea
I would not rely on the conventional idea that someone sooner or later will choose you “against all the odds”. This idea is one of those that helps people ignoring the incentives to become better. Better in what? In simple things: beauty, health, skills, range of interests, width of views… I’d followed the idea that ecological relationships come to those who constantly self-improve.
Between Rigid and Hard (Sheo-Line)
The aim of Sheo-Mo is to describe the image of a person through simple elements each of which is easy to change having solved two tasks at once: relationship optimization and diversification. Let’s have a close look at such important element of Sheo-Mo vocabulary as Sheo-line.
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Developing relations means exploring new sides of your partner. Developing your own personality means exploring new sides of yourself. That’s what we need roles for, they make world spin faster and we turn our different sides to it which accelerates development and does not let boredom happen.