Relationship Problem:Reuniting With Your Ex
Chasing after your partner is a huge mistake. In most cases, you may only end up chasing them AWAY. That’s why it’s critical to make it THEIR idea to rekindle the relationship. When you put this into practice, they may chase after YOU.*

Relationship Problem:BREAK UP
The service to try and break up a relationship you don’t think legitimate. Your lover has gone with someone else? You love someone but this person is already involved in a relationship? Don’t hesitate to try and break them up as this ritual and prayer is may give results in a few weeks only.*

Relationship Problem:FIND YOUR SOULMATE
Have you been alone for a long time? You had many relationships but you can’t find the good person for you? Stop wasting your time with one-night-relationships. This ritual may draw intense and shining love energy around you and, at last, you could meet the person you are meant to be with. Love is a kind of chemistry: with this service, you may attract the right person who matches with you. *

Relationship Problem:THE FEELING IS NOT MUTUAL
You love someone but this isn’t mutual? Don’t wait for the deluge and make him or her love you now. This service could create a great alchemy between this person and you. In just a few weeks, you could make the person you dream of falling in love with you. *

Relationship Problem: Not Prioritizing Your Relationship
If you want to keep your love life going, making your relationship a focal point does not end when you say “I do.” Relationships lose their luster. So make yours a priority.” *

Relationship Problem: Trust
Trust is an essential part of a relationship. Are there certain behaviors that are causing you to not trust your partner, or do you have unresolved issues that are hindering you from trusting others?*

My partner’s having an affair. Is this the end of our relationship?
‘I’ve discovered my husband’s been unfaithful with one of our closest friends. The past few days have been a horrendous mixture of rows, tears and recriminations. He says he still loves me, and I still love him, but everyone I know tells me to just walk away. Is there any hope for us?’ Lisa *

Infidelity doesn’t have to spell the end for a relationship. Yes, some partners have affairs because they want out of the relationship, but for most people, an affair is a wake-up call. It’s a signal that they’re not happy, but if the relationship changed they would stay.

I love my partner – but I can’t get on with his children
‘We’ve been together for nearly a year, and everything’s wonderful – except for the weekends when he sees his children. I haven’t got children of my own and feel uneasy with his. They resent me because they want him to get back with their Mum. The whole weekend’s stressful and after the children have gone home we always end up rowing’.*

“You don’t love me like I love you”
Problems can creep in when we start to have thoughts of “do I love him more than he loves me?” We start examining all the things we do for our lover. All the ways we express our love and how much time and energy we’re putting into the relationship. Then we try to figure out if our lover is giving an equal amount back. If we perceive a discrepancy in that balance sheet, we start to back away from the relationship. We don’t want to love more than they love. We become fearful that if we love them more than they love us, we might be played for a fool.*

“We don’t have anything in common anymore.”
You love each other and that’s why you got together in the first place, but you don’t really seem to have much in common anymore. You’re into philosophy and art. They’re into sports. You like books and going for walks, and she always wants to go sailing. But you tell yourself that marriage is a sacrifice. A give and take. You’ve been told you should put aside your own interests to make the relationship work. You have to compromise, right? But when you give up what you love for the sake of the relationship, you end up resenting the person and conclude you don’t have anything in common. *

“It would be easier to start over with someone else.”
Some time has passed in the relationship and you’ve both built up lies. Some big ones but mostly small ones. They’re not blatant lies, but mostly unspoken thoughts and feelings. The intentions behind the lies were to protect yourself and your partner from pain. But now, your problems seem overwhelming and you can’t talk openly and honestly about them because you’ve already established a certain pattern of communication. It seems it would be considerably easier to just start fresh with a new partner. One where you could be yourself without fear.*