This post features the beautiful song “Because of You” by American recording artist Kelly Clarkson. “Because of You” was written by Kelly Clarkson, David Hodges and Ben Moody. It was released on August 16, 2005 by RCA Records, as the fourth single from her second studio album Breakaway (2004). Clarkson originally wrote “Because of You” when she was 16 years old to cope with the emotional distress caused by her parents’ divorce.
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Tracy Chapman and Elton John have both written songs about it, so I thought I’d write a blog post about it. There are times where no matter how necessary it is, sorry does truly seem to be the hardest word. Many people feel they are unable to apologise due to pride. If you want to save your relationship however you will need to swallow your pride and discover the three essential parts to an effective apology.
For centuries the great poets have written about it. Age old children’s fables are based on it and the most memorable popular music songs encapsulate it. We all know that falling in love is one of the most magical feelings in the world. When we fall in love, we often believe that these feelings will last forever but do we make choices that will lead to lasting love?
In this post we will continue to look at understanding the change curve as a model for identifying the emotional and psychological changes a person will progress through after a relationship break up. Acceptance is the sixth and final stage of the change curve. This stage can feel like the first phase of a new relationship as a person begins to feel good about themselves with a renewed confidence and optimism to get back out into the world.
In this post we will continue to look at understanding the change curve as a model for identifying the emotional and psychological changes a person will progress through after a relationship break up. Experimentation is the fifth stage of the change curve. During this stage a person will begin to experience a renewed sense of confidence and desire to get back out into the world.