Victoria was a lively, cheerful girl, fond of drawing and painting. She ascended the throne of England in 1837 after the death of her uncle, King William IV. In 1840, she married her first cousin, Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha.
While at first Prince Albert was unpopular in some circles because he was German, he came to be admired for his honesty, diligence, and his devotion to his family. The couple had nine children. Victoria loved her husband deeply. She relied on his advice in matters of state, especially in diplomacy.
When Albert died in 1861, Victoria was devastated. She did not appear in public for three years. Her extended seclusion generated considerable public criticism. Several attempts were made on Victoria's life. However, under the influence of Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli, Victoria resumed public life, opening Parliament in 1866.
But Victoria never stopped mourning her beloved prince, wearing black until her death in 1901. During her reign, the longest in English history, Britain became a world power on which "the sun never set."
Sunt multe lucruri care pot dăuna unei relații dar puține dintre ele sunt la fel de dăunătoare precum problemele care apar la nivelul comunicării. Multe dintre acestea pot fi rezultatul …Citeste mai departe ›
Sunt multe lucruri care contează într-o relație însă puține sunt la fel de importante precum comunicarea și echilibrul. Dacă din punct de vedere al comunicării lucrurile par cât se poate …Citeste mai departe ›
Am discutat iar și iar despre relațiile abuzive însă este un subiect extrem de delicat care nu poate fi privit niciodată ca pe unul deja consumat, despre care nu am …Citeste mai departe ›