c. 2012 Susun S Weed (Expert) Author: Down There: Sexual & Reproductive Health the Wise Woman Way “Women can have intercourse with fire, or the steaming water of a cauldron, or with the wind.” Don Juan and the Art of Sexual Energy, Tunneshende, Bear, 2001.
I have worked with thousands of couples throughout the years. I have seen and heard it all. But when it comes down to relationships and marriages ending, there are really 5 basic reasons that exist. And while some marriages are better off coming to a close, most marriages could have been saved if the couple had only been able to shift these 5 things. Please share this information with others. It just might save their marriage.
I couldn’t stop thinking about that call where the wife walked in and caught her husband. I guess I’ll never really forget about it since I am writing about it today. Everyone has their own opinion about what is right and what is wrong. I have always taken the stance that phone sex was a good thing. Of course I would, because it’s my business, a way of life for me, and also a way of life for a few hundred others whom I employ.
I am going to share with you my thoughts on getting over divorce and dating after divorce. As my mentor, T. Harv Eker says, "Don't believe anything I say". And why is that? Because I can only speak from my experience. Nothing I am going to say here is right or wrong, true or false. However, I believe my experience can help you. After spending the majority of my adult life either dating or married to this man, and having two children with him, we divorced. The specifics of why are not important.
Mrs. Clinton, Mrs. Woods and Mrs. Schwarzenegger are stunning women and their husbands have cheated on them. What chance do we normal women have? What possesses the men to cheat? Their mistresses are usually less attractive and definitely inferior in status compared to their wives. Here are seven powerful ways to prevent cheating in your relationship.
You are jet lagged. This means that you can't fall asleep when required, your eyes close during dinner with friends, you wake up starving in the middle of the night, your brain is sleeping and missing out on the visit of that amazing museum you couldn't wait to see, your bowels need attention when you are trekking with no toilets in sight ... Basically, your system is a mess, and it takes its toll on your schedule and enjoyment.
Society has sent women the message that having needs makes us "too much" for men. We have been told that wanting more time with a man or needing his affection makes us clingy and neurotic. This isn't true. Just because we crave a human connection doesn't mean that we are going to drown a man in all of our needs.
It's the weekend, and you know you will get that text message or phone call from him, and you don't know whether to be pleased or angry. I am talking about the "booty call" or the faux relationship; he never calls or texts you during the week, and when you call or text him, he never replies. But, as soon as the weekend rolls around, it is like clockwork and he texts or calls you exactly when the bars close.
Keep It Simple Stupid. We learned it in school when we learned to write…keep it simple stupid (K.I.S.S)… but apparently some men missed the memo. I am in a unique place in my life, a place I’ve never been before, and I’m still adapting to it. I am busy, sincerely and legitimately busy, and I have little time for socialization. I am making time for friends I’ve known most of my life, and of course my family, but others are not a priority.
At roughly the midway point in my recent sixty day dating detox, a good friend of mine casually mentioned that I join her weekly Book Club at their upcoming meeting. Evidently, they were beginning a 6 week “dating course” about attracting mature and meaningful relationships, and my friend thought that I would be a great addition to the group…particularly for this little adventure. I mean…obviously.