I often get asked how much one should actually divulge about their past sexual partners when getting into a new relationship. First off, I want to say that keeping the lines of communication open and honest are tremendously important. Second off, I’d like to follow up with – not every detail about your partner’s past is essential.
Overwhelmingly, women prefer tall guys. But if the ideal man is tall, dark and handsome, are guys who are short, blonde and ugly really the least likely to find love?
Life was so simple when you were young and not so hyper-focused on attracting a relationship. You enjoyed dating and just assumed Mr. Right would show up when the stars were aligned. After playing in the dating pool, you made a decision that you were ready for love and the lightness seemed to change. The search for the one became a serious mission and a process of dating drudgery.
Does your significant other have personality characteristics that drive you insane? Maybe your loved one seems to get stressed out about the smallest things. Or perhaps your mate forgets to pay the electric bill month after month. Does a less than favorable personality characteristic mean certain doom for your relationship?
The internet can be an effective place to find love. According to a recent Pew Research study, approximately 37% of single people have used some form of internet dating site, and approximately 17% of online daters have found long-term love online. So, what has the mental health community gleaned from this internet love boom? Here's what you need to know.
According to the Encarta Dictionary, fear is defined as an unpleasant feeling of anxiety or apprehension caused by the presence or anticipation of danger. The most commonly use synonyms are panic, anxiety, and worry. How often do we hear those words in the media these days? The key words in that definition are the “presence or anticipation.” There are different types of fear that humans feel. Some are instinctive and helpful while others are invented in the mind and hurtful. The instinctive fears show up in the “presence” of danger.
If you're having trouble ramping up energy to get through your days and nights, there's a good reason. The problem is finding out why you are feeling dull and listless. Absent medical reasons such as depression, diabetes or chronic fatigue syndrome, you should look at your daily lifestyle habits to find answers for your lack of energy.
One of the hardest things about the end of a relationship is the feeling that you have no control over your circumstances. Stress associated with uncertainty renders an already overwhelming situation even worse. All influence you once had over your ex has disappeared, and your instincts tell you to resist the situation, even if that's not the most helpful approach possible