Making a choice to let go of the memories from the past.
I wanted to love myself. I wanted something to change. After years of therapy, coaching and other healing work, the world began to look up. I was full of possibility. The secret that I kept close to me, hidden in the shadows for 31 years was now ready to be shared and I was ready to share it. I chose to bring my secret to the light. I wanted to celebrate It, and who I had become. I wanted to use It to help others – people like me, people who felt ashamed; men who felt embarrassed, and women who felt ugly.
Turns out there are a variety of ways you can improve the look and feel of your gams, regardless of your time and budget constraints. You'll be so glad you took these tips you'll actually feel bad for the women who depend on software to have the kind of legs significant others can't keep their hands and eyes off of.
Here is a chart that will tell you when and how kids are sexually curious ... and how to prepare!
My son was 3 and bath time meant time with 40 floating toys, lots of bubbles and his snorkeling mask. It also meant I could make dinner 15 feet away in relative peace. It was an evening ritual that worked for both of us. One night he yelled from the tub, “Mommy! Mommy!
The harmful messages you send your kids without even knowing it.
In all my years as a parent educator, I have never met parents who earnestly wanted to hurt their children. Most parents sincerely want to encourage and empower their children to lead strong, successful lives. However, it is their lack of mindfulness that defaults into old patterns and belief systems that teach their children harmful messages rather accidently.
We live with (and within) our bodies 24/7, so why don't we treat them as well as our BFFs?
Are you among the 38% who made New Year's Resolutions to take better care of their bodies? If so, you're not alone. But while almost 50% of us make resolutions in January, 25% of all Resolvers don't make it past Week One (per Betterment.com).
Why is it so easy to take care of our boyfriends, galpals and loved ones but so hard to take care of ourselves? Perhaps because few of us actually treat ourselves like our own best friends -- which we are!
• Your body is a work of beauty and art created intentionally by the same God that created the earth. It is a sensual body filled with many wonderful ways to know, experience and celebrate joy and pleasure. Love, appreciate and savor every inch of your lusciousness!
• You were given your sensual, beautiful, miraculous body so you could know how remarkable you are. The more you believe this the more joy you will bring to yourself.
• You were created to know love – to be loved, to give love, to act in love and to defend love.
To love and be loved, physically and emotionally, is to be both fully human and in the image of God
The Oscar contender, THE SESSIONS, starring Helen Hunt (Cheryl Cohen Greene), John Hawkes (Mark O'Brien) and William H. Macy (Father Brendan) deals head on with human sexuality and disability in all their complexities. The movie tells the story of Mark O'Brien, a 38-year-old Catholic virgin who has spent most of his life in an iron lung as a consequence of contracting polio as a child. His paralysis from the neck down leaves him reliant on others to take care of literally all of his physical needs.
Today's music and models of perfection are something may be something to discuss with your daughter.
By Child/Adolescent Therapist, Signe Whitson, to GalTime.com
How many times have you heard your daughter singing along to a popular song on the radio and innocently belting out the kind of lyrics that would otherwise get her sent to her room? In the moment, you believe (desperately want to believe!) that she is unaware of the innuendo and unaffected by its explicit content.
Breastfeeding your baby has many benefits; for infant, mom,family,economy,community & environment
How long do you breast feed your baby? Will it make your boobs hang down? Will it limit sex if your breasts leak during foreplay? Will it mean that mom and dad can never go out on a date without bringing baby along? Will my husband still think I am sexy when he sees me breastfeeding? What happens when I go back to work?