Real love is something invaluable to all of our lives. You cannot know how to express your love, until you know what your partner values. What does love look like to your partner? You may shovel the snow to show love, but if your partner needs to be hugged and told they are more precious than anything else in your life, you could shovel 10 feet of snow and they wouldn’t feel loved. If your partner feels loved when they have a home cooked meal and you pride yourself by saying, “ I love you” every day before you leave for work, but then are too busy to take the time to cook, you may be rejecting them without understanding their withdrawal. You expressed love your way, but not theirs.
Does your score card for Valentine's Day have more losses than wins? Did it start back in grade school when you didn't get as many cards as the other kids? Have you ever been dumped right before the big day? Did you know that more breakups happen in January than any other month?
Now Why Would I Possibly Recommend That You Be A Selfish Lover? BECAUSE the latest research seems to indicate that a selfish lover is more a more satisfying lover to their partner! Yes, it's true, a study from Kwantlen Polytechnic University in Vancouver indicates that: "... as a partner’s sexual self-focus decreased, their partner’s satisfaction decreased."
Did you know that 70 percent of those incarcerated in state prisons and local jails have abused drugs regularly, compared with 9 percent of the general population? Would you like a workable, common-sense alternative to paying an arm and a leg to incarcerate these individuals? Here are some facts: Drug abuse is involved in more than half of all violent crimes and 70 percent of child abuse and neglect cases.
ADDICTION TREATMENT: A HOLISTIC APPROACH by D.J. Diebold, CAC, LISAC There are a number of factors that contribute to the development of addictive behaviors, such as early childhood trauma, family history and environment. Early childhood trauma includes sexual and/or physical abuse, emotional abuse, neglect or abandonment. Mental illnesses that often accompany addiction are learning disabilities, attention deficit disorder, bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety and a multitude of others. These are known as co-occurring disorders.
So, you want to learn about relationships and how to attract the finest mate? This book is a showcase for learning what love is and a step-by-step guide in not only how to get it, but how to keep it. The road is rocky, but it led me straight Thru Charlotte's Eyes.
Diebold Behavioral Counseling: Co-dependency Co-dependency is a learned behavior that can be passed down from one generation to another. It is an emotional and behavioral condition that affects an individual’s ability to have a healthy, mutually satisfying relationship. It is also known as “relationship addiction” because people with codependency often form or maintain relationships that are one-sided, emotionally destructive and/or abusive.
Where do you stand on Valentine's Day? Are you rolling your eyes at the Hallmark-esque commercials and feeling queasy at all the pink and red splashed everywhere?Chances are pretty good – thanks to all the advertising and silliness – that you’re keenly aware Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. I used to call Valentine's Day “Singles Awareness Day.” Now that I'm married I couldn't care less about it.
Repetition Compulsion Psychoanalysis is the process by which unconscious dynamics that make us unhappy with our selves and our relationships are made conscious so that healing and growth can occur. As treatment unfolds you will come to understand yourself and your relationships better and experience more freedom to make choices about how you want to live your life.
Before God’s Eyes When I was just a little boy, my mother made things clear. Just tell the truth, behave yourself, there’s nothing you should fear. The years went by, I told a lie, and learned the hardest way. Her punishment was justified; I remember to this very day.