John Karter

  • Anastasiia Kuznietsovahas quoted6 months ago
    Giving and receiving love/affection/intimacy
    Curing loneliness
    Companionship
    Security
    Having children
    Sexual fulfilment
    Complying with pressure from society/parents/media
    Validation of self
    Power and control
    Personal growth
  • Anastasiia Kuznietsovahas quoted6 months ago
    Make a list of the needs you had when you entered into your current or most recent relationship. Try to be as honest as you can with yourself.
    • How many of those needs have been met either in full or in part?
    • How many of them have not been met at all?
    • During the course of the relationship, have you recognized new needs and/or discarded some of the original ones?
    • What do you think your partner’s needs were/are? Do you think he/she feels those needs have been met?
  • Carlos Garceshas quoted8 months ago
    Love is my religion

    And I could die for that.

    I could die for you.
  • bawigamaureenhas quoted7 months ago
    whereby an experience from the past is ‘transferred’ to the present
  • bawigamaureenhas quoted7 months ago
    Women might be able to fake orgasms, but men can fake a whole relationship’
  • sara rapelegohas quoted7 months ago
    The more you are able to gain insight into the hidden agendas, feelings and unspoken communications, and uncover what is really happening between the two of you, the better placed you will be to deal with conflict, change negative and destructive patterns of relating that eat away at the fabric of the relationship, and bring those vital qualities of mutual nurture, respect and genuine love into play.
  • sara rapelegohas quoted7 months ago
    Giving and receiving love/affection/intimacy

    Curing loneliness

    Companionship

    Security

    Having children

    Sexual fulfilment

    Complying with pressure from society/parents/media

    Validation of self

    Power and control

    Personal growth
  • Ounihadil554has quoted5 months ago
    “Love is what you’ve been through with somebody.”’
  • Ounihadil554has quoted5 months ago
    However, when we enter into a relationship with someone, the ‘choosing’ is not as straightforward as it seems on a surface level, because it is usually underpinned by a multi-layered mix of emotional, psychological and biological factors going on behind the scenes.
  • Ounihadil554has quoted5 months ago
    People are either driven by nature and instinct, for example the fundamental biological need to reproduce, or are led by their heart rather than their head.
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