The pursuer-distancer pattern Therapist Dr. Harriet Lerner summarizes the pattern like this. A partner with pursuing behavior tends to respond to relationship stress by moving toward the other. They seek communication, discussion, togetherness, and expression. They are urgent in their efforts to fix what they think is wrong. They are anxious about the distance their partner has created and take it personally.
a.d. w. a. y. ? August 4, 2011 at 4:24am you would write a thing or two and toss it a million ways around the net- -work it’s way aross the many screens i didn’t think twice when it would sometimes hit me sometimes miss me. but now i find myself missing you you were…… Continue reading a.d.w.a.y – (something i wrote exactly 4 years ago tonight)
finding the way through fears. finding myself and the freedom that comes from knowing thy self.
check out this post from spiritscience.net A Letter to Ego. // Post by Spirit Science.
It’s okay to fall How boring would life be without the waves? All that really matters is if you are willing to ride it and how well you ride it Bukowski said it better “What matters most is how well you walk through the fire” We are both fire Burning ever-so-beautifully Into the night Into…… Continue reading Fire with fire
i found this article interesting and i agree for the most part. Why You Should Always Have Sex On A First Date | Elite Daily.