You spent far more on Christmas presents than you’d planned to. Boxing Day sales were irresistible. After the stress of all that excess spending and the deep freeze of an early winter you felt deserving. So, you took advantage of the seat sale to an all-inclusive destination in the sun. Now, how do you pay for all of that? It’s Tempting … Fate
We’ve all heard the reasons why you are chasing the bad boys, ”you want to save them,” or “you think you can fix them.” Your therapist tells you that you’re trying to resolve something from your childhood like an absent or negligent parent, which your friends translate to, “oh, you have daddy (or mommy) issues.” And you’ve chalked it all up to understanding these but it still continues to happen.
Sex. I love sex, ever since I first learned about it as a teenager. I remember growing up, I used to read all the books, “The Sensuous Man”, “The Sensuous Women”, “The Joy of Sex” Sex was always a quest for me. I remember my mother told me growing up to respect women, and I always tried to remember that. I remember losing my virginity and how amazing sex felt. I remember in my 20's, using sex as an ego validation.
Fewer men are getting married than ever before, and the number one reason why is because of their financial stability. When he says he’s not ready because his career is not where he wants it to be, he’s not the only one. “More than a quarter of those who say they want to marry someday say they haven’t yet because they are not financially prepared.” According to a Pew Research Report.
Creating a life you love is the foundation for everything! I passionately believe that your entire life is of your creating. What you love about it and what you hate about it…you created it. I passionately believe that “Magnificent love affairs are created and not found”. In fact, it’s the foundation of our 8 step relationship transformation system and how we teach people all over the world to create their unshakable love and unleashed passion…because it is absolutely created!
Oh, this season is full of joyful spirits walking around our little village in anticipation of celebrations drawing nearer day-by-day. Gift paper and ribbon is nearly selling out at our local corner drug store. Snow is falling and excitement is mounting as more and more ski trails are opening here high in our Colorado ski area.
It’s happened to all of us: we go out with a man, he’s witty, charming and fun to be with, and from every indication he had a great time too. He smiled adoringly at you during dinner. He laughed at your cute, quirky mannerisms. He admired your style and accomplishments. Eye contact with him was mesmerizing. Conversation was stimulating. The chemistry was palpable. He gave you a soft goodnight kiss at your front door and he purred, “I’ll call you next week.” Next week came but the phone call never did.
That time of year It’s almost Christmas. It’s that time of year, when the holiday ads bombard us to shop until we drop, when holiday tunes stick in our minds as chronic reminders of the good old days, when visions of elves and sugarplums dance in our heads from Christmases past or we are dazzled by yet another billboard promoting yet another new film on the same old Santa-Claus-and-naughty-little-reindeer schemes, and when a bloated charge card balance sends us spiraling downward into further stress. Sound familiar?
The holiday season is a great time to start dating and hopefully find love. YourTango expert Julie Ferman shares dating tips for how to put yourself out there and have fun along the way.
Jasbina Ahluwalia asks Susan Winter – Author of the book ‘Allowing Magnificence: Living the Expanded Version of Your Life’: Social media and technology in general is another thing in terms of ramifications when it comes to dating in the modern world. Face to face communication can sometimes become eclipsed between social media and all of the new technologies that are available.