People who are involved in a relationship will always encounter a crisis in one time or another. The way one handles a crisis determines the consequences of that crisis. You can get some little wisdom of how to deal with it by reading this article.
Every relationship will have it ups and downs. Often times when arguments arise it is due to a simple misunderstanding. Sometimes there is a huge issue that really needs to be addressed.
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Problem: Can We Be Friends Again?
I broke up with my boyfriend a few months back. He decided we should be good friends
instead because he still enjoys my company. We continued to go out together.
Initially, I hid my emotions well. Subsequently, I felt uncomfortable because I did not know
how to treat him as a “platonic” friend (i.e. love from the neck up!!!). I wanted a reconciliation,
but he started to ignore me. I kept calling him until he told me he didn’t even want our
friendship to go on.
I have tried to forget about him up but I can’t. Would it be appropriate if I call him and ask to
be friends again? We have not spoken for more than a month.
Problem: More Than Just A Friend?
I have special feelings towards a good friend but I am afraid she might avoid me if she
knows of it. I think I may not be the one she’s looking for as she has not indicated any
interest in me, even though we have known each other for over a year.
I believe a guy should take the initiative if he likes a girl. Should I risk our friendship and tell
her my feelings? What if she turns me down, or worse, laughs at me?