As part of your total dating strategy, I urge my clients to try online dating as a way to find quality people to date. There is a whole slew of reasons to be online, one of which that just the shear numbers of singles who are participating and the convenience that it offers. I spoke to one of my young mom friend’s husband (about 30 years old) and they met online. Both were attractive people with good jobs. You wondered why they felt the need to go online to meet a mate.
Escaping to your own private oasis aids couples in keeping their romance alive while blocking out the day to day regimen of family and work. Having a personalized, romantic space to enjoy together is just as important as scheduling time to be together. Creating a passionate playground helps couples to focus on each other rather than the television, the children, working or just sleeping.
One question that I get asked frequently as a clinical sexologist from women on the topic of porn and marriage; is my husband addicted to porn, it is destroying my relationship, how do I fix it? A common scenario concerning porn is a wife catching her husband watching it and then not knowing how to feel or what to do about it. From the man's perspective, he will usually feel some kind of guilt or shame over the situation depending on the circumstances.
Single women often despair to their girlfriends that there are no decent men in their area. The chances of that actually being true are virtually impossible. So, where are all the single men hiding?
Every woman in a relationship worries about infidelity, but unless he stumbles in late at night smelling like cheap perfume, it can be tough to tell whether your man is having an affair. Thankfully, our experts are here to help. Below are some of the ways you can discern whether you're just being jealous or he's actually up to no good.
Here in the 21st century we all love romance. We love it in our movies, in our TV shows, in our novels, and in our lives, and rightfully so. Because love makes the world go round and gives us a reason for living in these difficult times, it has become more important than ever to have and enjoy romance. But to really appreciate the role of romance in life, do you have to accept some of the truisms that we all see as part of the whole romantic process - like "love at first sight"?
The 3 Steps to feeling better, healing faster and being more effective in life are: 1) Relaxing 2) Recharging 3) Refocusing I know "It sounds too good to be true," but relaxing, recharging and refocusing your attention for 5 minutes or less at a time, throughout your day on a daily basis will help you feel better, heal faster and generally be more effective in life.
We've either gotten them or sent them ... some of them are funny and some of them are just down right annoying! So, when is enough enough, especially when you are dating someone?