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Single? How To Meet A Man At Starbucks [EXPERT]
In this day and age, coffee time equals flirting time.

Single? How To Meet A Man At Starbucks

You'd love to be in love. You're finally ready, the timing is great, and yet...you have no immediate prospects. It can be tough to make this realization, but here's a powerful practice to integrate into your daily routine. It's an assignment I often give to my personal matchmaking clients, and it works ... like magic. Get out of your house. Start frequenting your local coffee houses, and learn to be comfortable sitting solo, making yourself available for eye contact, smiles and lighthearted, casual conversation.

Why I Became a Helping Professional

Why I Became a Helping Professional

by Dr. Lynda Klau All my life, it appeared that I was “on the right track,” so that by the time I was in my twenties I had achieved all of the trappings of conventional success: I was married, I had earned my PhD, was financially comfortable and traveled often. But always, deep within, I felt a haunting sense of incompletion—a pervasive longing for something I couldn’t name. 

Love Asks for Nothing

Love Asks for Nothing

"We 'love' another in order to get something ourselves….There can be no greater mistake than that, for love is incapable of asking for anything." ~A Course in Miracles "Love is incapable of asking for anything." Wow! Take a moment to think about that statement, and then think about what you think love is. What Do You Think Love Is?

Making the Interfaith Marriage Work

Making the Interfaith Marriage Work

My name is Jamie, and I survived an interfaith marriage. Hmm…sound anything like the beginning of a support group? There have been many times over the years when I’ve felt in need of one to cope with my spiritual upbringing. One of my most formative memories is, as an eight-year-old child, having my Catholic mother and Pentecostal-Evangelical father argue about the doctrine of the Immaculate Conception over dinner…and then candidly asking me for my opinion.

Do You Need Facial Rejuvenation?

Do You Need Facial Rejuvenation?

Facial rejuvenation is any procedure that aims to improve or restore the appearance of the human face, especially by reducing the effects of aging. Do you have wrinkles (crow feet, fine lines), age spots, enlarged pores, facial veins, sagging skin, facial sagging, sun damaged skin, eye bags, dark circles?

Women that want to know how to have an orgasm

Women that want to know how to have an orgasm

As a clinical sexologist and relationship coach, I have worked with women for many years that are desperate to find out “what may be wrong with them” some have been in marriages for years and confess to never having an orgasm. This is a real problem because; it causes frustration, shame, and can lead to lack of desire. All women are capable of having an orgasm, even multiple orgasms. The main issue that I hear over and over again from women is the lack of information on how to have an orgasm.

What Can Facial Massage Do For You?

What Can Facial Massage Do For You?

Like a regular body massage, a good facial massage can improve your well-being and health. It releases muscle tension, and relieves facial pain (headache, eyestrain). Left unchecked, facial pain can produce sinus and tension headaches, toothaches, blurred vision and the pressure-cooker feeling that your head might explode.

The Martyr in the Mirror

The Martyr in the Mirror

I want to share something with you… something that’s difficult to share, yet it’s my hope and my intention that a recent revelation I had in my life may help you in some way in your life and on your journey to finding the One for you and living the life you’ve always dreamed of.

Why you Aren't Asking for (and Getting) What You Want

Why you Aren't Asking for (and Getting) What You Want

I talk to clients every day who want something from someone else, but they aren’t asking for it. They are living in a limbo of sorts…wanting, craving, hoping, but not doing anything about it. They might want their partner to stop bringing the Kindle to bed every night. Or they want their boss to let them work from home a couple days a week. Or they want their dad to call before stopping by. But they haven’t asked for it.