Tuesday, July 31, 2012


Single life is underated. When you are single, you can dance like a crazy thing, flirt with your cute colleague. Not only can the single life be far more fun, it also has some major health perks. So, if you're feeling glim about not finding 'THE ONE', cheer yourself up knowing that being single means you have :-

- healthier finances
- singletons keep fitter
- more friends
- less fights
- smaller portion
- healing powers

Thursday, July 12, 2012

~What we need in RELATIONSHIP~


This category involves critically important skills: knowing how to listen, sharing your thoughts and feelings honestly, refraining from criticising and encouraging your partner to share his or her feelings. 

Knowledge of Partner
What's her shirt size? What's her favourite food? After communication, simply knowing a lot about your partner is a powerful way of showing that you care, and makes you better equipped to tend to his or her ongoing needs. 

Conflict Resolution
Conflict-resolution skills include techniques such as staying focused on the topic, staying focused on the present, being ready to forgive or apologise, knowing when to take a break. 

Life Skills
Do you plan for emergencies? Do you exercise and stay fit? Studies show that people usually want their partners to contribute a degree of security to a long-term relationship. People also want their partners to take good care of themselves.

This is not the same as life skills, Epstein insists. People who are skilled at self-management take inventories of their strengths and weaknesses and always strive for improvement. They know how to interpret disturbing events in positive ways and they work hard to reach their goals.

Sex and Romance
People with strong skills in these areas enquire and care about how to please their partner sexually, set aside time for intimacy, refrain from blaming their partner when sex doesn't go smoothly, and try to stay physically attractive for their partner.




Wednesday, July 11, 2012


Let me go, set me free
I'm sure you will be happy, without me