Many singles believe that they will be complete when their ideal partner arrives. They look forward to the time when the hard road of singlehood is over and they can relax in the comfort and safety of a relationship. They can celebrate as they finally reach the love finish line. It may seem comforting to know that there is an end to the madness but this type of thinking creates a trap which can lead to more Mr. Wrongs and broken dreams.
"A woman who I was dating and who I really liked ended our relationship and is dating someone else. I see her all the time at the market and I feel like yelling at her." "I keep vowing not to, but I keep getting really angry at my husband when he is distant." "I lost my temper with my assistant and now she is suing me. I just can't seem to help getting furious when people mess up."
In Part One of The Elusive Female Orgasm, I described some basic solo skills that can get you started on the path to orgasmic pleasure. The same skills that can get you to one ecstatic peak can also dramatically expand your orgasmic capacity.
I struggled with acne for years. I tried every lotion, potion, contraption and medication on the market, but it wasn't until I changed things from the inside out that I found a lasting difference. I know, it might seem too simple, but I really did heal my acne with diet. Below are my top 10 suggestions for how you can get super model skin without breaking the bank on fancy products or poisoning yourself by meddling with medications.
My mother-in-law is great. Thoughtful, helpful, smart, and not the least bit annoying to hang out with — even over long periods of time. And no, I'm not just saying this because she might stumble upon this article online! When I hear all the horror stories from my friends, I thank my lucky stars that I somehow managed to snag not only the perfect guy — but a great mother-in-law to boot. Sorry to brag, but, trust me, she's worth bragging about! So how did she become so awesome? Well, she gives all the credit to her own mother-in-law — who, she claims, was the best mother-in-law ever. And every day, she says, she tries to live by her example.
Ask any parent what their worst imaginable fear would be and they would probably answer, “to lose one of my children to death.” Now, imagine losing a child to death and never crying about it. Worse yet, imagine choosing to not have that child because of tough circumstances you are in at the time. This is the situation for over 50 million parents in our nation who’ve chose abortion as a solution to an unplanned pregnancy. The idea of grief over an abortion choice is a foreign concept in our culture. The legality
In a world where one trillion is a household world, the stresses of just surviving life can become an overwhelming endeavor. More than ever, couples need to know how to stay connected through the trials coming their way. I work with couples every week who are in complete survival mode. It’s like they are on a treadmill playing a game of ping pong. That plastic ball keeps coming at them from who knows what direction. They bat it away but it comes back. All the while they are trying to stay upright and running on the moving platform beneath them.
What's different about your dating landscape at 40 than it was 20 years ago? Everything. But many women still follow the "good old strategy" that says they just need to look good, play the dating game, and meet as many new people as possible. Sooner or later, they'll find a partner good enough to settle for. Common sense, right? Wrong.
I'm totally confused when I read food labels. What am I supposed to look for? Sometimes the forces that be make it complicated to know what to eat. There's so much conflicting information available, it's easy to be confused by nutritional information. Therefore, I thought I'd try to cut through some of the label claims and conflicting "truths," and share some of my label dealbreakers that make it easy-peasy to know what to put in your basket ... and what to leave on the shelf.
I need to address something that I have noticed for the last few years in the dating world. After spending a few evenings out with the girls this past month, I see very little interaction between single men & women. It is exasperating to watch this “non event” happen at every establishment visited throughout the course of the evening. It reminds me of a Grade 8 dance, boys on one side of the room & girls on the other.