My clients come to me a lot, asking me how we as parents both get on the same page. It sometimes appears that couples, partners, husbands and wives spend more time thinking about the weekly shop than about parenting their children in a cohesive manner. So here are my tips to get you both quickly thinking along the same lines. 1. Get clear on the outcome.
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and while most women would agree that physical violence has no part in a love relationship, what are more subtle signs that you are not being treated well?
Some celebrities and other people deal with loneliness when they are not in the spotlight. Here is a short list of techniques that a celebrity can use so that the fear of being alone doesn’t become a major issue in their lives. 1.Find An Activity Find an activity that you enjoy and where you can meet a lot of people. Doing something that you like to do will make you happy and will increase your chances of making friends.
No matter where you are on your journey to romance there is always a reason to increase the love in your life. The magical thing about love is that it's free; you can't buy it, trade it or win it in a lottery. Love is an action you extend to others that benefits you more than it does them.
For many of us it's a battle to get out of the house in the morning. It's all we can do to get dressed and get everyone to where they need to be on time. What is the best solution to stop the frenzy? Before reading further, what you need to know is that creating your ideal routine will ultimately be all about you. Your routine as a student might look a lot different from you as a young professional, a Mom with 3 kids on school schedule, a retiree, an astronaut, an athlete, someone with special needs, or anything in between.
They come out of nowhere. And we are never prepared for them. I call them sucker punches. Divorce sucker punches; or the moments that unexpectedly take our breath away. You know what I am talking about, because we all experience them. They are waves of sadness, loss, loneliness and grief that are triggered by something completely unexpected.
So you met a great date at one of our Nut & Bolts Singles Parties last month and now you need to impress them with a great an unique date? Easy! It’s fall in Chicago- here are the best things to do in fall in Chicago. Surprise your date with one of these top fall date ideas and you’ll be cozied up with them all winter!
I believe we’ve lost touch on the value of our relationships. People seem to spend more time and money on their hair, toys, and possessions than they do on their relationships. I’m not sure when we crossed over into the land of disconnect but it saddens me that we’ve become a society obsessed with instant gratification, magical solutions, constant stimulation, ten second attention spans, and never ending to-do lists. Our need to get more, do more, and have more, has outweighed our basic human need for connection, centeredness, and cooperation.
If you are hurried in everything else, you will be hurried in sex. A person who is very time-conscious will be hurried in sex almost as if time is being wasted. So we ask for instant coffee and we ask for instant sex. With coffee it is good, but with sex it is just ridiculous! There can be no instant sex. It is simply not something that you can hurry. Through hurry you will destroy it, and you will miss the very point. To enjoy sex a sense of timelessness must be felt. If you are in a hurry, then the feeling of timelessness cannot be experienced.
Marriage is a partnership and that includes making each other happy sexually, not by having sex but by creating sexual intimacy. Anyone can have sex or perform the act of intercourse, but sexual intimacy is another aspect that is often over looked. As a clinical sexologist and marriage counselor that is the area of marriage that I help couples to improve upon. Once the sexual intimacy is brought back into the marriage, the couple will feel a renewed sense of closeness in the relationship.