Sometimes you can't help but wonder if you've made the right decision with a past love.
Marriage is not a priority for me. As a child, before I was old enough to comprehend just how archaic and antiquated a traditional marriage is, I just assumed it was something that would happen. At 10 years old, I pictured I'd be married with kids by the time I hit my mid-20s.
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Ah, the ugly step parent, celebrated and villainized in fairy tales. Do you have to take on the role? "Dr. Romance" licensed psychotherapist and author, says you don't, and shows you how to manage to be the kind of step-parent that causes your children will say "My step-parent was the best thing that ever happened to our family."
Dr. Romance’s 4 Tips to Smoother Stepparenting
Sure, it started casually, but it could lead to lasting love.
Bring on summertime! It's time for cookouts, beach trips, swimming, volleyball, parties on the patio and much much more. For some singles, it's also time for a summer fling. With the heat of summer can easily come the heat of romance. Look for these five crucial signs to tell if this fling is most likely something more.
All too often we overlook the three most important essentials of a real relationship.
Looking back, it seems so obvious to me. Of all the qualities I was looking for in a guy, of all my “must haves” on my quest for finding Mr. Right, I didn’t pay nearly enough attention to the three things that actually really mattered.
1. He's available, both physically and emotionally.
Even though he acts like he’s your man, here are some reasons why he won't make you his woman.
We’ve all wondered why a certain guy will not make a commitment to the woman he is dating and has been with for years on a regular basis. He may have even introduced her to his family or taken her home for Thanksgiving dinners. His family might know and like her. Everyone may be wondering why they aren’t officially a couple. SHE may even be wondering why! Yet he continues to say “We’re just friends” or “she’s not my girlfriend” when asked for clarification on their relationship.
Avoid these common dating mistakes to dramatically improve your love life.
Do you find yourself caught in a bad dating cycle? You're meeting guys, dating them for a while, but the end result is always the same – your left alone and broken hearted. As much as you'd like to believe that there are just no good men out there, it's much more likely that it's due to your own behavior. The good news is that also means it's under your control to change things.
5 tips for creating the real-life version of unconditional love.
Love, commitment and relationships seem to be in disfavor these days. I’m seeing a lot of articles and TV shows saying love doesn’t last, so why bother. But, I believe that all of us want to be loved, and I know from experience that a relationship can work, and that a great partnership is a joy not to be missed. A lot of people come into my office searching for love, especially unconditional love.
Do you keep on attracting the same guy over and over? That one that just won’t commit, or just seems to want a little “you know what” and nothing else…Wondering why you keep attracting the same man in a different body?
Did you know your “manifestation mindset” could be holding you back in love?
Do you find yourself scratching your head wondering – WHERE ARE ALL THOSE QUALITY MEN!?!?
In our 7 years of working with single women – we find them asking these questions over and over.
First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes the baby in the baby carriage ...
Right? Wrong. With Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's recent engagement announcement after seven years and six kids together, it appears that the order of operations in love and relationships may be changing directions.
Think you found Mr. Right, but aren't sure if he's ready for marriage?
I get it. You're ready to walk down the aisle in your puffy white dress and meet Mr. Right at the altar. Then you'll waltz back down that aisle hand-in-hand and live Happily Ever After. That's what you're dreaming of, isn't it?