Job searching is tough. Straight up exhausting and even frustrating, especially when you are freshly out of university or you want to change your career but do not want to go back to university. This article will delve deeper into other areas to help you in your job search if you have little or no experience. Are You ready for your 5 tips? Then let’s go!
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Lately, I've noticed something that worries me. When I go out and drink alcohol, more and more often I lose control over how much I drink. It starts nice and slow, but then after a couple of beers or shots, I end up really drunk, sometimes to the point when I don't remember what was I doing or how I got home.
I have recently met my ex at a party, we haven’t seen each other for a while and a party was a really good one. We ended up having a great time, talking about the old times, drinking, dancing and we ended up sleeping together. Could you advise me on how to approach that tricky situation?
When two close friends go through a significant misunderstanding it may be quite a difficult situation. If it additionally involves the loved ones on both sides, it becomes more complex and challenging to solve. In the circumstance of kids and husbands being involved in the argument, the affair will most likely need to be approached with delicacy and diplomacy. It sure can be solved, it just requires an open heart and mind.
My ex-boyfriend just got engaged. We are not together for 2 years now but I always somehow thought that we would end up with each other. I knew he was in a relationship but I never thought it's that serious. Now I am really shocked and kind of devastated.
I have been with my boyfriend for 5 years. We were really close friends before we started being together and one of the main reasons for me to prolong the relationship was that I didn’t want to lose my best friend. Now we’re done as a couple (it was a common decision) and we would both like to remain "being friends" but I am not sure if that is even possible?
I have had a very close friend for many years. A few months ago there was a misunderstanding, which involved our children and husbands, that has spoiled our so far deep and honest friendship. We have been in contact several times but it’s not the same.
I've been in my job for nearly 2 years and at this point, I have had enough of it. It is the result of more than one irregularities concerning my boss’es performance as an employer decided to find a new job, but it turned out to be difficult. How do I cope, in the meantime, emotionally with the frustration, that results from her abuses and unfairness until I find a new job?
There’s never one solution that fits all, probably some people will never even want to try to have a life with one partner. However, if you feel that you have found a great person with whom you’d like to have a long-lasting happy union, it is possible. You only both need to want to make it work and don’t give up easily.