They are too young to know even how to feel their real feelings, yet they are full of emotions and reactions to life. ... And reassure them that you will not love them less if they should lose or fail in some way—no matter how badly.
Author: Christopher Andersonn
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: Family & Relationships
For millions of America's young athletes, winning is everything. Sports programs emphasize success over personal growth. Overzealous parents put tremendous pressure on their kids to succeed, and even parents who mean well often put unintentional stresses on their young athletes. Will You Still Love Me If I Don't Win? teaches parents how to relate positively to their children and demonstrate genuine support. Christopher Andersonn has spent two decades working with young athletes at all levels of sport, from amateurs to Olympians. He shares stories from the field and gives valuable instructions as to how parents can address the emotional needs of their athletic children. Will You Still Love Me If I Don't Win? provides advice for using emotional training as well as physical training to aid children in becoming well-rounded, confident young people. It demonstrates where parents and coaches often go wrong in relating to kids, what causes negative behavior toward children, and how to stop hurting andstart healing. With a foreword by three-time Olympic swimming coach Richard Quick, Will You Still Love Me If I Don't Win? guides parents to motivate their children positively for both personal and athletic achievement.
Sometimes, even in her darkest times she still believes that he loves her. She convinces herself, no matter what is happening, that he couldn't possibly be a part of this relationship for all these years and not love her; no one could; ...
Author: Cheryl E. Williams
Category: Biography & Autobiography
When Love Stands Still, Move On!, is the story of all women living in relationships with men, the same men, for years, with no ring or marriage in sight. If you asked them why, they would probably not have an answer; they could not begin to explain, except to say, because I love him. When we fall in love, when we become comfortable with someone, and when we give our hearts completely to that person, we find ourselves doing so many things that we just can't explain; things that we will probably one day regret. Very few women can honestly say that the ring and the marriage are not important to them after being in a long term relationship. It's what we tell ourselves to get through the reality that, after years, the man that we've loved for so long has never asked us to marry and maybe never will. When a woman commits herself to loving a man for a long period of time; for years, and he does not ask her to marry him it's as if he is saying to her, the woman whose life he has coveted, whose body he has made use of, and whose love he has accepted for years, that she is not worthy of marriage. For those women who are living in a life long courtship, you are not alone. This is the story of Gabriela Tymes. Like so many other women, Gabriela has been in a relationship with the same man for years, with no ring, no marriage and no asking in sight. His name is Donovan.
1 John 4:20 - Whoever claims to love God yet hates a brother or sister is a liar. For whoever does not love their brother and sister, whom they have seen, cannot love God, whom they have not seen. 1 Corinthians 2:9 - What no eye has ...
America Hates Me, But I still love her! ... I tell you what happened; now it reads NO VACANCY. ... No! I look at America as an ex-girlfriend that I am still in love with. She might not love me but she can't ever stop me from loving her.
Author: Zacharias Tanee FomumPublish On: 2016-07-04
lthough the father offered everything to the son, he did not compel him to stay with him against the son's wish. He wanted the son to stay with him for the son's own good, but he could not impose this upon the son. Love does not ...
Author: Zacharias Tanee Fomum
Publisher: ZTF Books Online
Based on the story of the prodigal son who, having left his father, went to a far country with his share of the inheritance which he wasted in wild living and debauchery. Finally exposed to hunger and poverty, he came back to his senses and decided to return to his father, who welcomed him and restored him. In this book, Z. T. Fomum clearly elucidates the thought of God. Although He has offered man everything he needs to live, He offers him the freedom to choose to stay with Him. Often a person chooses his way, rebels, practices a life of independence manifested by sin. While he is coping, things can only go from bad to worse. However, God in His mercy is ready to forgive, restore, and uplift anyone who confronts his error and decides to come back to Him. This book illustrates the unlimited love of God, who rejects no one, who is ready to bring back anyone who has rebelled against Him, to his best and in union with God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. It's a highly recommended book.
“I don't care who that was. Sweetheart, remember this. A man who does not love himself is incapable of loving you. But a man who loves himself, can love you more than he loves himself. One is suicidal. The other is homicidal.
Author: Mary B. Morrison
From New York Times bestselling author Mary B. Morrison comes the scintillating, no-holds-barred novel of a dazzling potential power couple who regretfully take their scandalous love-hurt reunion to an all-time low . . . Between their rising careers and insatiable passion for each other, Xena Trinity and Memphis Brown seem to be perfect partners. Sure, they break up constantly, but their love and sexual chemistry is undeniable. Since their ultimate goal is to marry and start a family after Memphis fulfills his dreams, they believe they can one day have it all. Until Xena gets a once-in-a-lifetime chance to take her fashion brand from Savannah to New York City—just after track star Memphis clinches an Olympic spot . . . Never conceiving Xena could outshine him, Memphis crosses a new line: He looks elsewhere to fill the void of her abandonment and betrayal. Fed up with Memphis’s shenanigans, Xena moves on to a new man who supports her dream of building her brand . . . until her heart makes her yearn once more for a life with her soulmate, Memphis. With her career and love life hanging in the balance, Xena is forced to re-evaluate her priorities. Which man can she depend on for happiness? Will she take another chance on Memphis? Or stay with the self-made billionaire offering wisdom and stability? Will turning to her business partner or her best friend for advice give her answers or more complications? Just when Xena has hope everything will turn out fine, life-altering discoveries put her and Memphis’s careers on pause—breaking more than their hearts. And getting real enough to manage this devastation could cost Xena and Memphis more than they ever imagined . . .
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Janine came back on and told me to get lost, that she had no love left for me. “I never want to see your ugly face again,” she said before putting the phone down (She had said she never wanted to see me again a dozen times by now, ...
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