Weinergate gives men five lessons to learn from when it comes to sexting, dating and infidelity. Weinergate gives men five lessons to learn from when it comes to sexting, dating and infidelity. What do you get when a high profile Congressman named Weiner gets caught sending a picture of his junk via Twitter? The funniest story of the year, filled with endless one-liners, countless double entendres and hilarious unintended puns that naturally come up in the news reports. And everyone is getting in on the action. It’s as if the inner 10-year old boy is being awakened in people, girls included. But the real lessons to be learned from Weinergate are for the men, any and every man who uses social media.
You've gone through a breakup and cried some tears. But you're starting to see a glimpse of sunlight through the drawn curtains. Time to shift the energy. Tears are a great way to release sadness. It's good to let it flow...but then you need to clear that energy out. As a Reiki master, I've worked a lot with energy. The heavy sadness that comes with grieving the loss of something can hang around long after the sobbing has stopped. Here are my three favorite tools for cleaning up when you're ready to pull back the cu
You wake up in the morning and immediately it starts to talk. What time is it, what do I have to do today, what did I do yesterday, why didn’t he call, do I have to go to the wedding next month alone, etc., etc. The chattering mind kicks up and starts trying to solve all the problems it seems to think you have in your life. From small details like what you should wear that day to how to solve that big “single” problem you are having.
It takes more than just showing up to reclaim or renew a good sexual relationship. Contributed by Suzanne Phillips It takes more than just showing up to reclaim or renew a good sexual relationship. Would you just show up on the dance floor to dance the tango together? Probably not. To really dance, you need a plan. When two people make a plan and share a goal to connect - it usually happens.
Mirror, mirror on the wall, what’s my greatest gift of all? As difficult as it may be to heart, your ex and your break-up is a huge gift to you. Even in the most excruciatingly painful lessons in life lie gifts; it’s just a matter of us becoming aware of them. No matter how you feel about your relationship right now, I suggest that you begin to see it as one of the greatest gifts that you have ever received. This gift is that your ex, your experience in the relationship, and even the fact that it ended can help you become a more evolved person.
By Brenna Berger True confession time: There is a part of me that wishes I hadn’t told my kids that we were selected to attend a special military family education summit before Friday’s space shuttle launch. I feel incredibly guilty because my two kids are space fanatics, but the thought of driving to Florida tomorrow is not remotely appealing. A good mom wouldn’t feel this way, right?
I was talking to a 37 year old man today – I’ll call him Jake – about his recent experiences with women. He related a conversation he had on the phone with a woman he hadn’t even met yet. She told him she had 63 things on her list that she was looking for in a man. She’d recently met one who had 61 items on her list but it didn’t work out. Yikes! Then, she sent Jake an email that said she was feeling fat. THEY HAVEN’T EVEN MET YET!!! Is this woman crazy?