One of the things I love about this board is the variety of opinions and perspectives we have. To continue to experience this, we should be open to each other's opinions, even if they vary vastly from our own.
No one person here, young or old, knows any more or less about love, men, relationships, etc. We just have a different outlook and level of experience than the next person. It's all relative. If we want new people to be able to join and share within our family, we have to be kind & open to them. We can express our disagreeance and still be respectful.
And new posters, if you want to share and receive advice, be open-minded and courteous. You can't come on here & not expect some conflict if you present your opinion as an all-knowing truth. What you have experienced is your personal truth, but this truth will not be the same for everyone else. Respect others' opinions and likewise, we will respect your's.View Thread
I know we've probably shared this in the past, but I thought it would be nice for the new exchange. These are books I've found to be helpful in dealing with the above:
"In The Meantime," Iyanla Vanzant "The Path To Love: Spiritual Strategies For Healing," Deepak Chopra "Why Men Marry B*tches," Sherry Argov "Why Men Love B*tches," Sherry Argov "Better Single Than Sorry," Jen Scheft "The Highly Sensitive Person In Love," Elaine Aron "Women Who Love Too Much," Robin Norwood "Self Matters," Philip McGrawView Thread