Our bodies are like thermometers — they tell us the temperature of our relationships. Our body chemistry is constantly speaking to us, informing us, supplying brain data that we process in milliseconds. It is dangerous, however, to let our bodies do our thinking. That's what our brain is for, and no other part of us can do it better.
Connection with the people who are important to us is a vital need for all of us. Our brains are hard-wired to share love and connection with others. Many of us know that infants and children need a loving connection with their parents to thrive, and that many emotional problems result when this connection is not available.
A lot is written about resolutions. My first thought is, DON'T MAKE THEM (but we won't really go there). Most of us set out with lofty, admirable goals, and, quite frankly, without a clear way to accomplish them. Time passes, and with it our good intentions lose momentum. All too often, a feeling of guilt sets in. "How difficult is it to...?" you ask yourself. "I'm a smart person. At work I am more than com
Now that the holidays have come to a close and the stress of navigating shopping malls and grocery stores is complete (well, almost complete), I’d like to offer you my New Year’s wish for you. Some of you had a wonderful holiday celebration with friends and family. Some of you struggled with the stress and demands that come with the holidays. And some of you tried to ignore them altogether and get through a very lonely time of year. Regardless of which group you fall into, this week is the time when everything settles down and what’s really important comes into focus.
Is one of your New Year's resolutions to find love? Here are nine easy steps you can take to help you reach your goal.
The new year is quickly approaching. If 2012 wasn't everything you were hoping it would be, this is a great time to look forward to new opportunities, new experiences and a new outlook. One of the core missions of FindYourPlusOne.com is to help members find love - be it for compassionship, friendship, casual dating or a long term relationship. To find love, one of the key pieces of advice offered is to attract love is to create more love in everyday life.
We've put together a list of the five most common barriers to a healthy sex life. If any of these look familiar to you, there is a way out.
I went to a barbecue that one of my old roommates was hosting last weekend and had a surprising encounter. As I am mingling with friends and strangers alike I come upon a young woman in the buffet line, spoon in hand. “Here is some carna asada for you.” “Oh, no thank you,” I said with a smile. “I don’t eat beef.” She looks at me with a quizzical look and replies, “You don’t eat beef, why?
Many people assume affairs are a symptom of a larger problem in a relationship, but according to a recent statistic, "35 to 55 percent of people having affairs report they were happy in their marriage at the time of their infidelity."
You were going along swimmingly dating and getting to know other fabulous singles then all of the sudden you meet someone that you want to spend the majority of your time with. You may not be sure if you’re ready to totally change your relationship status, but you know that you’ve found something worth exploring. Here are some clues that you may be interested in going from ‘single’ to ‘taken’ with a new love-interest. 1. You’re spending weekend nights together