When I was in high school, one of my favorite teachers told me that nothing worthwhile is easily attained. And I believed it — except when it came to men. Eventually I realized that some guys are special, and I shouldn't be changing them as often as I change my underwear. I would find a nice guy to commit to… but so many guys were nice. I decided I'd find a nice one until I found a nicer one. I'd become a serial monogamist.
Assertiveness-Getting What You Want In the world today we are faced with many choices. We are all built with the instinct for fight or flight when faced with confrontation. But there is a third way--it is to speak up with an assertative voice about what we really want and need in life.
We hear it all the time: be your best self! But what does that really mean? How do we be our best selves? We may spend a small fortune on a new wardrobe of all of the latest trendy styles, buy a membership to the best fitness club, or get a sporty new car. But we still feel the same. We might have changed some things but we don’t feel any different. We’re still our same old selves. So why don’t we feel any different? Because that’s not what it’s about.
A lot of people ask me, just what does a sex therapist do and how do I know if I need or could benefit from one? The following represents a recent interview to help answer those questions. Interviewer [I]: Can you summarize in one sentence who typically seeks you out? Sex Therapist [ST]: Couples and individuals who want to strengthen and improve their sexual relationship.
The first time the possibility was raised that I may have been dealing with a self-esteem issue, I dismissed it. Hey, I had my own successful business, I dated a lot, I owned a condo, had a new car, I was attractive, I worked out…how could all that point to a self-esteem issue? As it turned out, I not only struggled with my self-esteem back then, I couldn’t admit that it was a problem. Sound familiar?
One of the most common dating problems women face is wondering why he didn't call. You know, that great guy you had so much fun with and never heard from again? Men mysteriously disappear, and dating rejection can be jarring and feel really crummy.
Kate Middleton is pregnant with the heir apparent to the throne of England. Bringing up baby to the manor born stirs up fairytales of happily every after and raising a blue blood. Here are some ideas to give your little one the royal advantage in life and love:
I’ll only ever be honest with you. To attract a partner takes more than just getting a fantastic online profile or getting out there dating. Becoming more attractive, having more confidence and more fun in your life will dramatically increase your chances of bagging the man or woman of your dreams. It doesn’t have to be difficult if you commit to the long game and make some simple lifestyle choices. 1. Take Pride In Your Appearance
Disguised as a pirate, ghost or French maid, you will be friendlier than usual because you'll give yourself permission to be bolder ... which can really help singles mingle.
It all began when I was in New York City killing time before a business meeting. Having always loved dining out, I was happy to stumble upon an enticing-looking restaurant called the Banc Café. I walked in and requested a table for one — I was freshly out of a relationship, so this seemed like a bold move at the time.