Dealing with infidelity
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DESCRIPTIONhttp://www.the-law-of-diversity.com/ I've heard a lot bad things about Tyler Perry's new movie Temptation. Just for the record, I haven't seen it. It is not because the bootlegger at my local nail salon was fresh out of pirated copies. It is merely because I can just watch the previews and know exactly what's going to happen. It is not that Tyler Perry's movies are predictable. It is just that adultery in most cases ends pretty badly, and I am just not talking about someone stalking your Facebook page. I am talking about real, hardcore madness, a fatal attraction, where your ex-lover boils pet rabbits, kidnaps your pre-school daughter, and attempts to shank your spouse with a super-sized kitchen knife. How does this happen? Why do we allow temptations to ruin our relationships and our lives? We do so, because we are looking for the lost pieces of our souls. Let's be honest, love makes us crazy. When we feel like we are in love, we do a lot of wacky things that we would never do when we are sober. Yes, I use the word sober lightly, partly because love is an addiction for many of us. The feeling that we get from love is better than any high that we can get from a baggie of crack cocaine. It only takes one hit before we are hooked for life. Then, our whole existence is based on locking love down. We start to engage on an endless and often-fruitless task of chasing a fleeting emotion, that we know can't last forever. So how do we stop the addiction? We merely have to look inside of ourselves and understand that every relationship, every romantic encounter is merely a reflection of what we are lacking inside. http://youtu.be/_Rc61wnyb3o
- 1. Dealing with Infidelity ByYamaya Cruz
2. We do so, because we are looking for the lost pieces of our souls. 3. Why do we allow temptations to ruin our relationships and our lives? 4. We merely have to look inside of ourselves and understand that every relationship, every romantic encounter is merely a reflection of what we are lacking inside. 5. While drugs trick the brain into experiencing a euphoric high, relationships trick the soul into believing that it is whole and pure inside. 6. So how exactly does this work? 7. This is your real G-spot, your pleasure center that allows reverberating sensations of bliss to pulsate through your nervous system and into your body and heart. 8. This is your bodys way of rewarding itself when it feels love and completeness. Over the years we have been conditioned to tinker with sexual parts and organs as if they are loose screws, when really we are truly aroused when the pleasure center in the brain is activated. 9. Soon, your magnetic attraction, or bout of temptation turns into a deadly addiction, where you will cheat, lie, and steal just to feel those tiny spurts of sexual energy. 10. Soon, you will become untrustworthy. Your actions and behavior will arise more suspicion than a crack head eying an old ladys handbag. You will start to lose everyone you love, partly because the only real relationship that you have is with your addiction. And no one can compete with that. So how do you combat this problem? First, you need to understand that every relationship, or human encounter is a direct reflection of what you are lacking inside. 11. Self-loveJudgments, our inability to forgive and open ourselves up to love inhibits us from truly healing. Pain and longing keeps our souls into tattered pieces, where we feel that we can only get our needs met through others. We are the only ones who can piece back together the parts of our lost souls. We are the only ones who can break our addictions by rewiring the events that trigger our pleasure centers. Then, we can bathe in a chemical pool of bliss and love, understanding that weve just received the best reward ever. It is the reward of self-love. 12. Listen To It Now!