I have been married for 17 years and have two children aged 12 and 7. I fell in love with my colleague who is 12 years younger than me. However this love does not seem shared and it makes me unhappy because I think we would form a couple that would succeed in life. I would be ready to leave my husband for him, but the love at first sight does not look reciprocated.
The marriage between man and woman is the symbol of the covenant that was sealed between Christ and the Church by the blood of Jesus. Marriage is an alliance. It's not a contract, a paper that tears when we're fed up or when we found someone "better", a woman more beautiful ... younger ... a more caring man ... In the eyes of the Creator of this institution, God, marriage is a sacred covenant, that is to say an alliance to which we owe absolute respect.
How to repress the suffering of an incest? As a child, I experienced a problem of incest with an uncle. It took me 27 years to understand the origin of my malaise. So I consulted a psychiatrist with whom I evolved a lot. Since then, I am with a man and it is the first time that I live a harmonious relation.
This is one of the most common phobias, listed in third position by the British National Health Service, behind social phobia and agoraphobia. And yet, it is also one of the least known. Zoom on the phobia of vomiting and vomiting, also called "emetophobia". Anne-Laure Vaineau What is emetophobia? Like all other phobias, emetophobia is a fear that has "specialized" and is most commonly manifested by panic attacks or panic attacks (dry mouth, palpitations, difficulty breathing, dizziness, tremors
Can children and parents prepare for the stages of the disease? Marcela Gargiulo: For parents, learning about a child's illness is a real cataclysm. The "victories" obtained by the child before illness (to get up, to dress alone, to walk, to run ...) are irremediably removed with the loss of autonomy.
Our approach and our postures sometimes say more about the person than we are our words. Stand up straight or slightly curled up, shake hands with softness and tightness or with firmness, cross arms while listening or clasping hands ... Are all signals that we send unconsciously to our interlocutors and influence the way they perceive us, and potentially the answers they give us.