Another lie. Another disappointment. Another broken promise. If your relationship is struggling, you might be looking for some glimmer of hope that everything will be okay. You may be searching for some sign that you and your partner will work things out, despite your history of conflict, arguing, jealousy and maybe even cheating.
Your mindset is everything when it comes to helping you find love. I'm not just talking about romantic love. I'm talking about love, overall. Love is a state of mind that either is or isn't something you cultivate.
Adapted from “Enthusiasm Makes the Difference” by Norman Vincent Peale “Worry” can be like a thief in the night, stealing your joy, and blocking love from getting in our out. All of our LoveLaunch educational programs are designed to help you live your best life right now. That’s a lot harder if you’re worrying all the time. Practice this five point program, let the worry go and let the love shine in!
Be honest. Every time you check your email, are you hoping for a message from that guy you met online? Do you get butterflies when you see his email address in your inbox? This could be the start of something special ... or it could just be a little fling. How can you tell if your online match is really for you? Look for these ten signs to find out.
Among the many reasons couples decide to seek therapy—including to learn better communication skills, to improve intimacy, and to heal old wounds—deciding whether or not the relationship is going to survive is the motive for about half.
A few months ago I introduced readers to the Seven Dwarves of Smallness. Others call them your demons, but I think that gives them too much power. The Seven Dwarves are the gatekeepers to your soul. They are there to protect who you really are. I'm here to stick up for them, because the truth is, they have a very important job. They were put in place to keep your greatest gifts safe from harm.
Do you have to like or love someone to be considerate, kind and courteous? The answer to that question is simply- No. You can be respectful without agreeing with, or even liking another person. One reason this is such a vital life skill for our children, is for the rest of their lives they will need to interact with, work with and deal with people they may feel are unpleasant. At a young age we begin to establish our own boundaries.
The wedding was wonderful, you're back from your honeymoon and you and your new hubby have unwrapped a mountain of wedding gifts. Now it's time to put pen to paper and express your thanks to your guests. You feel panic, stress, and the desire to procrastinate!
1. How do you both handle a disagreement? A. One or both of us are loud and volatile. We talk over each other, without listening properly. B. We discuss our differences, acknowledge if they have a point and try to calmly work it out. C. One or both of us bottles it up and we become slightly passive aggressive as a result. 2. Are you both happy with the amount of sex you have?
About 12 years ago, a very nice, 55 year old exhausted woman came to me with a very special request. She was a nurse and she worked 12 hour night shifts in the Emergency departments of two hospitals. She told me a story of her life so far. She had married as a virgin 30 years prior. At 17, her husband appeared to be attentive, attractive and good husband material. As their relationship progressed, her husband’s attentiveness evolved into very controlling, emotionally unavailable, demanding, jealous behavior. Because she was of the generation before the baby-boomer