Some people believe that it is caring to point out their partner's flaws — that it will help to make that person a better person. But the intent behind pointing out flaws is not loving — it is controlling. Pointing Out Flaws
Similar to many post-divorce occurrences, it is not that it couldn't have happened when I was married, it's just that it counts as one of many happy results emerging from an unhappy situation. These are 10 lessons I learned from those happy results.
When you’re dating a man, I know it’s really important for you as a woman, to introduce us to your best friend. We dread that night. When you hang out with your best friend, you always act like a giggly little teenager. You find things soo funny. The conversation will be normal and then you’ll break into story telling mode about something that you and your friend think is funny, thinking that we should find it funny also. We don’t think it’s funny at all.
Ever since Anne-Marie Slaughter's article 'Why Women Still Can't Have It All' appeared in the July issue of The Atlantic, I've been fired up and pissed off ... because she's absolutely right.
Did you know both men and women prefer to date someone who has confidence? Confidence is sexy, and in my 10 years as a dating coach, I've spoken to a number of men who all told me the same thing: A confident woman is very attractive. So, as a single woman looking for love, find ways to shore up your confidence to heighten your desirability. Check out these 10 tips to boost your self-confidence.
One of the best feelings in the world is when a child’s eyes light up in recognition and they run at you, throwing their little arms around you for a big hug and cuddle. I remember promising myself when I was about ten years old and dealing with my father’s death that I would never lose that innocence, and wonder and joy for life.
The Gaggle: How The Guys You Know Will Help You Find The Love You Want is the latest relationship advice book occupying single ladies' nightstands. What application does the gaggle have to someone in a committed relationship? Can the gaggle of men you surround yourself with exist even after you've traded cocktails and clubs for movie nights with your significant other? The answer is a resounding yes!
How hairy are you? I was going to write about how dating has now changed into a “let’s hop into bed now” thing then came across this article (http://www.femalefirst.co.uk/relationships/Hair-246271.html) about body hair.
The grieving process can be a powerful catalyst for our spiritual awakening. When we experience loss, such as the death of a loved one, we long for the connection we once had. We long for what was that isn’t anymore. In our longing, we are invited to surrender and let go of control of how we think life should have turned out. We are invited into a deeper relationship with the Divine as we let go and trust the great mystery of life.
Recently, I received news that my 97-year-old Grammie was on hospice and dying after a fall from her wheelchair. Even though she was old and I knew her time on earth was coming to an end, I was still heart broken. I wanted one last chance to see her. While driving to her assisted living home, I went over and over in my mind the things I wanted to express to her…how her life had made a huge impact on so many, what an amazing person she was, how much I loved her. I felt sick to my stomach and had a lump in my throat as I didn’t know what to expect.