I see a lot of couples and have -to my knowledge- finally self termed “Fight Thief.” Here’s the scenario: Partner A brings up a conflict they would like to discuss. Partner B gets upset- so much so that Partner A apologizes and feels bad for being upset and bringing it up. This is interesting because originally Partner A was the one that was upset and they are sitting there thinking “what the hay just happened here?”
Many years ago, in 2001 to be exact, and certainly way before the trendy masculine vs. feminine energy debate had been aroused, Laura Doyle, author of, “The Surrendered Wife,” inspired by Dr John Gray’s Martian and Venusians cultural differences, had a few things to say about the topic.
I just saw a video clip from The View, during which Barbara Walters asked her co-hosts if they like it rough. As in do they like their sex rough. Not surprisingly, none of them would answer the question, despite Walters' best efforts. Whoopi Goldberg was so distracted imagining her co-hosts having rough sex she said, "You made my eyes bleed!"
Did you know that 25.8 million children and adults in the US have diabetes? That is 8.3% of the population. WOW! That's a lot of people. More surprising was the number of people who are pre-diabetic - 79 million people. I find these statistics pretty shocking. The current research has found a causal link between diabetes, intestinal permeability, and gut bacteria. There are also external stressors, besides your diet, that affect the bacteria in our gut and have been linked to diabetes such as:
Subtitle: Women who abuse their power to give future baby mama’s a bad name. There is nothing worse in this world than a mother who uses the children against the father in a relationship. If you are going to rank sins against men in this world, this act would be right up there with the biblical Eve’s sin committed in the Garden of Eden against God. It would be number one in 99.9% of men who are committed father’s and those who desire to be fathers, representing a quality most women desire.
In the beginning of any courtship, everyone shows up wearing their finest mask and putting forth their best foot. We all can agree that we have found ourselves attracted to someone of the opposite sex who appeared to be perfect on paper until we discovered a little more about him or her that was a complete turn off. We could list a number of deal-breakers that can be a killjoy to a new relationship, but below you will find some of the top four that will shut down the fireworks of any new encounter.
This topic may seem like a never ending & repetitive discussion amongst men & women today but there is a reason for that! Many people continue to ignore those spidey senses or better known as their gut intuition. We all want a relationship so badly that we will overlook so many of the obvious obstacles.
I am sure by now you have heard the report that was on Good Morning America (GMA) about a new weight loss procedure, known as the K-E diet, which has become increasingly popular with brides, so they can be skinny for their special day. This procedure promises to shed 20 pounds in 10 days. Brides to be are fed a continuous slow drip of protein and fat mixed with water that runs into their stomach via a feeding tube inserted thru the nose (nasogastric tube, NG tube). The 800-calorie a day diet allows the body to burn off fat through a process called ketosis.
When a relationship ends, it's natural to miss certain things about your ex. At one point in time, you loved them (or at least really liked them) and didn't think there was anyone else in the world you'd rather be with. But somehow along the way, things changed and you've parted ways. There's a difference between missing certain qualities about your ex-the way he filled your car up with gas or someone to cuddle with for example and flatout holding on to them, hoping for a reconciliation. Here are three ways to tell if you're not over your e
After a breakup, particularly one you didn't initiate, you may find your confidence crushed. Your mind jumps from being rejected by one man to all the men who ever left you in the past and all the men you think will ever leave you in the future. You blow up this one breakup into meaning the end of love in your life forever. If this is you, you're not alone. Many women, including myself, have felt the deep devastation of a breakup and felt it was the end of the world.