A Single Girl’s Guide to Know if He is Relationship Ready
Did you know that eggs are considered to be an aphrodisiac? Not only are they cunic shaped, but they are filled with ingredients that are great for your libido. The aphrodisiac appeal goes back to the days of the Greeks. They ate sparrow eggs because Aphrodite declared it the bird of love. While sparrow eggs are not that common to eat today, all types are eggs are included as aphrodisiacs whether it is caviar or a carton of Farmland eggs right out of the grocery store.
Are you filled with dread thinking of being alone on the biggest "date night" of the year? The pressure of being single on New Year's Eve is even more daunting than being dateless on Valentine's Day. The reality of having no one to kiss at midnight can make you feel hopeless and discouraged, afraid that next year will be just like the last; that you will never find love.
"If someone can walk away from you, let them walk." The bulk of us have heard this statement before, and it is almost always in reference to the disintegration and subsequent break up of a relationship. You are generally told this when the relationship is ending by the choice and decision of someone other than yourself. Hearing that if someone can walk away from you that you should let them is not much comfort when it is the person that you love who is choosing to do the walking.
I think if I have one more cookie, I’ll turn into one of the Keebler elves! Having said that let me just say I have enjoyed the Holiday season immensely and am looking forward to New Years celebrations with friends, family and…..wait for it…..food!
How would you sum up your 2011? Five words capture my experience-…“A year of letting go”…. Although, I help people learn to let go for a living, the process has never come easy for me. Like most people, comfort and predictability are soothing in some way. Somehow the lying, trickster, of a devil that we know is a safer bet than the angelic creatures we may find if we walk away in pursuit of something better.
As the New Year approaches, there has been a flood of advertisements for every known weight loss program under the sun, with all the usual promises. What is apparent this year is that the use of a celebrity spokesperson continues to grow in popularity. I've counted a dozen celebrities including Janet Jackson, Mariah Carey, Jessica Simpson, Carrie Fisher, Jennifer Hudson and Kirstie Alley (she was reportedly fired from Jenny Craig for gaining weight back but now has her own organic weight loss product line) popping up all over the TV, internet and magazines in the last 6 d
The Morning After For many of my readers today is the Morning After Christmas. The day when all the hoopla that has been the focus of attention is over. There is often a mixed feeling of relief and let down coming together all at once. Some cultures have addressed this issue by making a special Holiday to finish off the festivities. Boxing Day is the one I am familiar with, having been a part of an Irish family for many years in my first marriage.
"We never seem to be able to solve any problems," Kaylee told me in a phone session. "Every time we sit down to solve a problem, we end up fighting. It doesn't really matter what it is about - it always ends up the same. Is this normal? Aren't couples supposed to be able to solve problems?" "Kaylee, who usually initiates problem-solving talks?" "I do." "When you ask Hayden to talk with you about a problem, how does he usually react?"