Things aren't always as they seem, don't idealize all your friend's relationships if you want one. By Monique Zamir, BounceBack Editorial Staff
Lila here~ Well guys, it’s that time of year again. The holidays are upon us once more. Which would be fine; I have nothing against mistletoe, eggnog, cookies or family gatherings. It’s the gift giving that does me in. I know I’m not the only one. And believe me, I feel for you guys, because it’s even worse for you. At least you guys are straightforward about what you want. I’m sorry to admit this, but I’m not telling you something you don’t already know.
Despite the occasional temporary setback, my life is good, and I’m grateful. It wasn’t always that way, however. At 18, just after I left for college, I was essentially orphaned, and have had to go from no education or support to finding a purpose, supporting myself through a PhD, and developing four businesses to do that. I also recovered from an abusive marriage, and now have been happily married for 28 years, and in successful private practice since 1978. Before I could succeed, I needed to learn to support myself emotionally as well as financially.
Tom Brady is the hugest stud in the NFL, and Giselle should be damn proud. Hair or no hair!
There’s no two ways about it: the holidays are a pretty stressful time of year. Sure there is joy and giving mixed in, but between shopping, travel, and entertaining (on top of all the other tasks that populate your daily life), it can begin to feel like you’re caught in a class five hurricane. Of course, all of this is nothing compared to a visit to the family of your significant other, especially if you are meeting them for the first time.
I will be fifty years old in just a few months and guess what? I could care less. Age is not a problem for me because I take good of myself, I feel good, I still feel sexy and I totally accepting of me. Am I a perfect? No. Do I look like a did when I was twenty-five? Hell no! Do I have some flab, saggy, jiggly spots and extra junk in my trunk? Yup!
Okay, you're a black woman that is now ready to see what life brings and are willing to date outside of your race. Perhaps you're a white man that has always been attracted to black woman and are now ready to open the door to such a possibility. So, what's stopping you? The problem may be fear of the unknown and fear of rejection. Don't be afraid to go for it, if that's what you want. Read full and complete article at: http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/5992386/doesnt_matter_if_youre_...
This will probably be the easiest article I've ever written and the only research and reference materials I need are right inside of my heart and my mind. I have three wonderful sons. If they were not the young men that they were, I would not be the woman that I am right now.
My girlfriend’s dating life is VERY busy. And I salute her for that. Almost two years out of an emotionally abusive marriage, we concurred that her rushing into a committed relationship would be dangerous: she’d probably end up with a bully again and/or losing herself in another man instead of exploring and discovering her own true colors. A Man Who Earns Me
On December 2, executive producer and host Roland Hinds broached dating and HIV on TruVue Relationship Radio during AIDS Awareness month. This year the focus was on the 3rd annual "It's About The Positive" HIV/AIDS show to determine whether people diagnosed with HIV should divulge their status to people they date.