Tag Archives: individuality

Compromising to Avoid Friction

What makes so many women and men offer explanations to an angry spouse, when they come home late from work? Wouldn’t it be more natural to expect their partners to understand their exhaustion, and welcome them home even more warmly? Why do people feel compelled to attend that Sunday family lunch if they’d rather go… Continue lendo »

Individualism is not Selfishness

Individualism is a word that can generate controversy and misunderstandings. When it happens, I believe it is because the word has several meanings and evokes different emotions for different people, according to their understanding of it. Individualism has a negative connotation when used as a synonym for selfishness and also when it’s used to describe… Continue lendo »

On Being Alone…

This new millennium hasn’t just brought technological advances; romantic relationships have also gone through a deep transformation, and revolutionized the concept of love. What people want these days is a relationship that fits into our times, in which there is individuality, respect, joy and pleasure in each other’s company. People in relationships no longer depend… Continue lendo »