When a love relationship or marriage ends you might experience a broken heart. Even if the breakup was your idea and it seemed to be for the “best,” you could still be left feeling empty or grieving. At a time like this, you cope as best you can with your intense emotions and-- hopefully-- allow yourself to heal and move on with your life. But what an unpleasant surprise when you think that you're “over” the breakup only to be triggered and then realize that you're actually not!
To be wrongly accused is a horrible feeling-- especially when the one accusing you is your love. It's uncomfortable when you've made a mistake, haven't fessed up yet and are walking around dreading that fateful moment when you'll have to come clean about what you did. On the other hand, it's almost unbearable to be blind-sided by allegations from your partner that have completely no grounding in the facts that are clear to you.
Weehawken, N.J., June 27, 2011 – Psychotherapist and relationship coach David S. Wilde has released a CD, "Peeling the Onion and Mending Your Marriage", a "how-to" guide for couples, providing practical tools, techniques and guided meditations to help spouses escape endless bickering. David is a former NY trial lawyer who switched to the more amicable career of helping couples.
To live your best life with your true love, it’s all about YOU… YOUR peace of mind, your mindset, your vibrational level, your joy. YOU. I recently read a true story about a woman who was single and sick of it. She had been doing all the “inner work” to magnetize her soulmate. She had read all the books, set up her vision board, and her love altar, she even had her list complete, but nothing was happening in the love arena.
Have you ever found yourself drawn to the same type of person over and over again, simply because they are your "type"? Do you routinely email the same kind of men on your online dating site? Or perhaps you find yourself in the same kind of relationships, one after the next. It's as if your dating life is on some sort of loop, and you can't change the song.
Dr. Lynda Klau Dear Woman, Are you more “burned out” than you realize, running on empty most of the time? Are you too drained to be truly present with the closest people in your life? When people ask you how you’re doing, do you say “Great!” even though you’re dragging yourself around with your last ounce of energy? Do you feel like your needs don’t count?
Flipping through an old Cosmopolitan magazine the other day, I was drawn to the title of an article called “Bacon Sex.” You might think it was the Sex that drew me, but really it was the Bacon. I am shamelessly addicted to bacon, and the thought of combining bacon with another thing I adore was intriguing.
Spring Awakening is the time your senses become alive and you feel the new surge of energy not only in your body but in your life as a whole. Energy is everywhere with Spring in the Air! Spring officially arrives on March 20, 1:14 A.M. EDT
Each individual is always seeking a balance in their life, home, job and environment. Nature and the Elements are a wonderful way to achieve this; yet many of us do not even take the time to sit in nature and receive the healing qualities it has. Eco-psychology values our intimate relationship with Nature and it healing potential.
In 2002 Wired Magazine said, “twenty years from now, the idea that someone looking for love won’t look for it online will be silly, akin to skipping the card catalog to instead wander the stacks…” Only 10 years have passed, but dating digitally is a massive movement. In fact, one in five relationships begin on an online dating site. And as the sheer number of users and couples grow in the online dating industry, innovation follows.