If I had to receive a report card to assess my performance as a husband in the early years of my marriage, I would be considered an underachiever. Like most men, I had absolutely no clue what it took to make a relationship work. Raw, untamed masculinity often creates hurt, pain, disrespect and dishonor to the feminine soul. In fact, if dishonor was a course of study, I would have passed with flying colors.
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By Dave Elliott
As a relationship coach, it’s definitely not my job to muck-rake or publicly weigh in on celebrity disputes when I don’t even know the people involved. It is my job, however, to look for “teachable moments” and try to provide value to people that will help create more conscious, loving and productive relationships. This is one of those moments. Also bear in mind, this is a relationship forum. I am not qualified, nor interested, in giving legal advice here.
Your probably thinking in your mind right now... He will never want to date me, it's been all this time and he just finely noticed I was even alive.. What should you do, when the crush of your life has noticed you and expressed a little interest in you? You must tred litely here because your anexity of wanting more could get the best of you, and you can end up scewing this whole thing up very badly.. So the question here is how can you keep him interested in make him want to date you??
Unless you're completely out of touch with any media, written, audio or video, you have been bombarded with words like "dysfunctional relationship", "codependency" and "toxic family system". You may have noticed that there's a lot of information available about these relationships, but not too much about what to do about them. This month, I thought I'd give a brief overview of the various terms and what they mean, plus a guide about the difference between these relationships and healthy ones.
By Dr Phil Bate
Solving ADD to Autism at Home There are two very successful basic therapies that work. Neurofeedback (NFB – formerly called EEG biofeedback) and a “new” Neuroliminal Training (NT). Both accomplish the same basic brain wave modification. For ADD to Autism, this consists of raising the amplitude of a brainwave called SMR (12-15 Hz) and lowering the amplitude of Theta brain wave (4-8 Hz).
By Alex Matlock
Unfortunately it’s not always how you want it to be. You might be into some guy but for some reason he’s just not into you. You’ll first give him little hints about how you feel (not telling him bluntly) and expect him to do the same but even with this effort it seems that this guy is either not getting it or isn’t into you. Usually, the best option would be to get over him and move on, since he’s obviously not able to see what’s in front of his face and why should you care if he’s missing out on something so wonderful (you)?
By Rick Clemons
I love sex. I don’t deny it. I have enjoyed sex from a very young age and I find it healthy to have sex. Now before you gasp and pass judgment on the “very young age” comment, I’m referring to my voyeuristic child views of sex and intimacy. I don’t know if as a child I was more in tune with my sexuality, or if it was because I was going through my pre-pubescent years during the late 60’s and early 70’s. You know, the era of free-love. Guys walking around with their shirts unbuttoned exposing their happy trails.
Relationships can come unglued for so many reasons -- lack of satisfying sex, boredom, money conflicts, infidelity, etc. However, in working with thousands of singles and couples from around the globe, I have discovered that men have deep needs that if not met, will lead them to intentionally or unintentionally sabotage your relationship. These 'secret' relationship wreckers are rarely spoken of because they are shame-inducing and often, hidden to the man himself.
Living a healthy love life begins with uncovering childhood patterns in a very direct and practical way.
Learning to trust someone after you have experienced the harrowing experience of an affair can be really difficult. However it is not impossible. I remember, when one of my exes left me for another women, that it threw me into the depths of despair. The situation had me questioning myself over and over, and it stripped away my self-esteem, leaving me feeling crushed and very angry.