We all want happier relationships with the one we love, but we don't know how to make it happen. Here are 10 tips to get you started. Remember, you can get your free Get Acquainted session with Michelle by going to her web site and emailing her.
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When a relationship ends, the hardest person to forgive is usually yourself. The faster you realize that, the faster you will be able to move on.
Why is it when you know – there are 50 ways to leave your lover – you still don’t do it? Why do you hang in there – day after miserable day, long after the love has gone? Oh, it’s not that he’s abusive – he’s not. He’s not even a particularly bad person, it’s just that your days together are filled with arguments - a constant bickering over nothing, you don’t seem to have anything in common, anymore. He hates your friends, you hate his, you can't remember when you last had fun together - and your nights? Your nights are long and empty. So why do you stay? Because it wasn’t always this way. Once upon a time, you had fun together, laughed together, loved together. More than that, you had a dream - of a happy life together – and that’s why you stay. The love may have died long ago, but somewhere deep inside of you, the Dream lives on. That’s the hardest thing to let go of. So help yourself let the Dream go.
By Lisa Hayes
That said, one strategy I highly recommend during the dating process for bringing in “the one” is a master list of positive qualities. This means every guy or gal you go out on a date with that isn’t the one, the goal is to figure out what all of their positive qualities are that you really appreciated. Basically you milk them for every positive quality that you can get from them and then if they aren’t the one and you move on, you move on happily, inspired by their best.
Dr. Adam Sheck, "The Passion Doctor" writes about a recent survey "What's Love Got To Do With It?" about love and other factors in relationships.
Dr. Adam Sheck, "The Passion Doctor" takes a light-hearted, humorous approach to sex here, 'cause we ALL need a laugh every once in a while!