Welcome to Rebound Relationship Special Topics audio content. The audios are housed on YouTube and this website. Please feel free to click on the appropriate tab for abbreviated related content. Listen to the audios here. Take some time to journal your thoughts towards life wellness.
Think about some of the people in your life who have put you in danger.
Are you still willing to keep them in your life?
If yes or no, why?
Given today's climate where "no" is difficult to maintain, how do you plan on respecting your own no?
Are you still offering "No" but with explanation?
Consider these questions as you contemplate changes in your life.
When did you begin parenting your man?
What was the precipitating event?
Did parenting your man make him better?
Are you still parenting your man?
Moving in someone means moving in their belief systems as well as their attitudes towards you, good or bad.
Have you ever moved in a man?
If yes, how long did it take you to move him out?
Would you ever move in another man?
Consider these questions as you write.
What are your core values?
What do you believe?
What do you hope to accomplish in life?
Consider these questions as you write.
Do you need to be in a relationship?
Do you want to be in a relationship?
Consider these questions as you contemplate whether a relationship is right for you.
Whether a relationship is on a break or is clearly broken up, it is still considered a failure.
People often enter a rebound relationship out of a need not to feel the failure.
What do you think about relationship failure?
The new dating trend is the adoption of dating rotations. Both men and women use this short-term mating strategy.
Men often rate the women they are dating, married to, or using in a dating rotation.
On a scale of 1 to 10, how do you think your boyfriend/husband rate you?
Shacking, living together, and cohabitation is the norm today. It is not the exception to the rule anymore. It is the rule.
Do you believe romantic partners should shack until they are 80 years old?
To cheat means to exit.
Do you believe cheating is effective for exiting a romantic relationship?
Journal your response.
Taking responsibility for someone's responsibility is taxing on the mind and the body.
At what point do you think you will let go of the responsibility?
Journal your responses.
When you let someone use your money, you encourage a belief system that money only has value when you're letting someone use it.
Who in your life is using your money to fund their lifestyle?
One of the hardest things to do is to accept the fact that you mishandled yourself with your partner.
It is not the people who play us. We play ourselves.
How do you feel about this statement?
Snakes come in all shapes and sizes.
The presence of a snake or snakes is a crossroad moment. Snakes suggest that you make a choice either to settle or move forward.
Who is a snake in your life?
Sometimes indifference towards someone who is showing you consistent love is the hardest thing to grapple with once you understand yourself and your decisions.
Who was the one person who got away?
Did you let them go?
Did they let you go?
Relationships fail simply because each person is operating with a different goal in mind.
One person in the relationship has a goal of short-term and the other partner has a goal of long-term. Not everyone believes in marriage and staying longer than two years in a relationship.
How did your relationship fail?
What were some of the reasons you gave and he gave?
If you're suffering from burn out, it is likely that you have been fighting the wrong battles on top of the right battles necessary for your journey.
Are you fighting other people's battles?
How does your mind, heart, body, and money respond?
People believe that the only way to get over someone or a breakup is to get another person or enter into a rebound relationship.
Rest is needed after a breakup.
What do you think?