There is nothing wrong with feeling a strong connection to either love or sex. However, to better navigate through each of them, it’s essential to be able to fully understand and differentiate between the two and how it affects our vibrational and energetic makeup.
Put simply: connection boosts our overall health. Experts say that when we feel connected to others, our bodies release oxytocin, a bonding chemical, which in turn triggers the release of the feel-good chemical serotonin, resulting in a positive effect and a pleasant experience in our system!
There’s no denying that the end of a significant relationship ranks as one of the most stressful life events. In fact, many experts position this type of traumatic experience right there along with the death of a loved one.
As humans, we have a responsibility to manage our emotions effectively and to learn which emotions we feel belong to us and which ones actually belong to others. Even more importantly, not to project our baggage onto others. After all, emotions can be incredibly overwhelming and draining.
Regardless of gender differences, we all have experiences and opinions that are valuable at work. We are all members of the greater team, and part of being a responsible team member means that everyone must communicate, help each other out and contribute to the company culture.
Co-dependency is a term that refers to individuals who feel immense amounts of dependence on specific loved ones, and who feel responsible for the feelings and actions of those loved ones. In other words: the relationship is so unbalanced that one person does most of the giving while the other person gives little if anything in return.