At the start of 2014, I set the intention to take a week-long personal retreat every three months amongst other ones made. I am on my fourth of four week-long retreats for 2014 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia this week (Sept 24 – Oct 1, 2014).
Alan used to look at porn but, through counseling, had been able to stop. However, he persisted in his behavior of objectifying women. Although Trish had spoken with Alan many times about how his behavior seemed demeaning from her point of view, he just couldn’t or wouldn’t change.
Conflicts and disagreements are a normal part of relating with others. Real problems arise when those arguing have very different communication styles Life Coach Kelly Rudolph explains the best way you can resolve conflicts more easily with her effective communication tips.
My most powerful tool for rebuilding your confidence and becoming irresistibly attractive to him is called Circular Dating. Here's how it works ....
Sick of undoing your own messes? Slow down! These six simple tips will help you reduce the sense of urgency that causes you to make poor choices.
Going through a “rebound” following a breakup or divorce is really nothing to be ashamed of. In fact, a rebound can actually be quite healthy and empowering because this is a time when you have the opportunity to grow, learn something new, to refuel, re-energize, or re-charge. Here are 5 tips on how to have a successful Relationship Rebound:
You're trying to be helpful, you really are. But is now not the time? Here are two times in which it could be better to keep your mouth shut!
Often times, women will look for any sort of sign that a man is interested, but often it is their imagination finding proof (not reality). It's time to face the facts (and get over those abandonment issues, ladies): when a man is in love with you, he will make it perfectly, easily clear.
You’ve met the guy you want to settle down with. He’s everything you want in a man, and your relationship showing all the signs of going the distance. Then out of the blue, he sits you down for “the talk.” Something’s changed, and he’s not happy. In fact, he calls time on your relationship. You’re confused, frustrated, and devastated. Yesterday he was snuggling up to you on the couch, and today he’s telling you he can’t see you anymore. What happened in the last 24 hours to change how he feels?