How long has it been since you got divorced or went through an intense break-up? Do you feel like you’re A-OK again, or no? Are you confident you’ve put your grief to bed, that you've got your life and emotions well under control? The following video may – or may not – cause you to rethink your handle on your divorce/ break-up. In it, I reveal the two most common ways that women bury their feelings of loss. But the scary part is most women aren't even aware they're doing it.
If you’re still pinning for a man who has long since moved on with his life and a new love, it may be what you believe about a previous relationship that’s keeping you stuck. These insights will allow you to look at the break up from a more empowering perspective which may just be the key to finally letting go of your ex once and for all and establishing a more gratifying relationship of your own. 1. You never consciously made the choice to let go of the relationship.
On the first page of my book, “Why He Disappeared,” I tell a story of my first online date back in the late 90’s. We ate, we drank, we laughed, we got deep, we closed the bar, we made out in the parking lot. And I never saw her again. That was a great lesson in reading too much into a quality first date. Yet millions of women agonize over the same thing every day: “We had such great chemistry. What happened? What did I do wrong?”
Dating Coach / Relationship Coach DeAnna Lorraine ("Ms. Hitch") in light of the new announcement made by celebrities Courtney Cox & David Arquette that they have officially decided to do a 'Trial Separation,' discusses her thoughts on whether a separation is a god move or not and how to make it a smooth and successful one that can actually SAVE your marriage.
They raised us, they gave us their everything and they want us to be happy. But does that mean they're always right?
Could you benefit from relationship coaching? This article helps to answer whether relationship coaching would be helpful and whether you are a good candidate.
Smart daters know when to compromise. Those who never compromise will always remain single. Discuss.
Dating expert Evan Marc Katz answers a question from Ask YourTango, where readers seek out advice on love and relationships. In this segment, Evan helps a woman identify a common dating mistake: telling a guy too early in the relationship that you are interested in long-term commitment. For more on Evan Marc Katz, visit evanmarckatz.com. If you have your own relationship conundrum that needs to be solved, head on over to http://www.yourtango.com/questions.