If you've ever been in a controlling relationship, you know how easy it is to get caught in its web. It usually starts out with a simple suggestion like, "Do you think that outfit is the best you can do for the banquet tonight?" or "I think you're better off ordering the salad," or "You should get a real job and stop all that nonsense about making it as an artist." His controlling behaviors are never about you. Here are five steps to getting out from under his control.
My female clients who just turned 40 years of age and desperately want to have a baby have a tough decision to make regarding the direction of their lives. They have tried unsuccessfully to meet a man who they could connect with and who also wants marriage and a family. Many have been thinking about having a child on their own with a donor for a while. They ask themselves, “Should I give up on dating and just focus on having a baby on my own? “
I'm a man and I read it. All 3 volumes. And I liked it. OK, I'm a sex therapist. So part of the interest was professional. But there's good stuff in this book for guys. I've convinced several male patients of mine to read it, and all of them were glad they did. I'm thinking maybe the man in your life should read it as well.
You might have five minutes in the middle of your day, pull up Facebook and peruse the status updates of your friends. If you are still friends with your ex you may get a surprise while you are scrolling through the news feed.
But if you do not have the free time or the ability, here are 5 powerful acupressure points to help you calm down and center. It is easy to do, fast, practical and you can do it anywhere.
By Mary Schwager for GalTime Are you a “scan and scram shopper”? This new, high-tech way of buying has some well known retailers with physical store locations scrambling to come up with creative ways to keep you as a customer. You know what that means: If businesses are competing, you’re going to potentially get some great deals!
Ok, I can imagine that when you read the title "3 Ways to Rock Your Relationship With Your Body" you may be thinking all sorts of things! And actually, to be clear, the truth is that YES, your sex life IS a major part of a healthy relationship. It's a way of connecting on one of the four levels any healthy relationship requires: physically, mentally, spiritually, and emotionally. However my topic today is much larger than that. Here's what I mean:
Whether it’s beginning a new diet, a new job or going back to school, the people you may count on the most may show you a less than supportive side. No matter what these fake friends say, they are not your friends. They are people who came into your life to compete with you and drag you back, so they can move forward feeling good when they compare themselves to you.
I once dated a guy who told me I gave button-lipped kisses. Since I had absolutely no proficiency in kissing, I was clueless how to proceed. "“Huh?” was my only response. “You need to learn how to kiss,” he replied. He obviously didn't want to take the time to show me, and never called me again. I was crushed; I didn’t know how to do something as basic as kissing. Virgin that I was, I certainly didn’t know how to have sex, but kissing? Come on!