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“If you judge people, you have no time to love them.” - Mother Teresa What you judge in your partner is also in you Have you found yourself trying to change your partner? Trying to control him? Thinking you’re right and he’s wrong? If so, these are forms of judging. Judging implies that something is wrong with him, that he’s not good enough. It’s easy to fall into the habit of judging the people closest to us, especially our partner.
This guest article from Psych Central was written by Nathan Feiles Have you ever had one of those days where it’s clear that your relationship is more aggravating than soothing? Every relationship has its share of frustrating days. An occasional bad day is expected and normal in any relationship. Only when the negatives begin to outweigh the positives is it time to become concerned.
A lot of people nowadays are tuning into the fact that human beings are multi-dimensional. First we had multi-tasking; now we're into multi-dimensional.... : ^ ) Of course it's true, we are multi-dimensional. And I reckon we always have been. As you read this, you are inhabiting 4 dimensions at the very minimum: 3 spatial dimensions and the dimension of Time. And it's almost guaranteed that you are simultaneously carrying on other lifetimes in other worlds ... of which your everyday Earthly consciousness has no awareness.
Imagine you are a chef, and this article is a recipe for enhancing your sex life. This recipe contains a variety of mind-body ingredients that will add additional excitement and fun into your sex life. The goal of this process is to help you create an integrated body-mind state in which you feel safe and secure enough to explore and enjoy your own sexuality. Season to taste. In other words, make it about what really lights your fire!
I wrote this profile for a client about a year ago. What’s interesting is that I really loved it but she didn’t use it. I don’t know for certain why, but I think it described her to a tee and it might have felt too revealing for her at the time. When we spoke tonight, she told me that she was back on Match.com and asked if I still had the profile. This time she loved it and said that she’s ready to put it up.
If you’re going to be a successful dater (which means you have fun and meet good men), an essential tool is the ability to empathize with the men you meet. Empathy is not feeling sorry for someone. It’s being able to put yourself in their shoes and understand their experience. I believe that the only way women can truly do that with men is to hear their stories firsthand. In my years of coaching I have gathered thoughts, feelings and stories from men in their early 30s up to their 70s, and clear patterns have emerged.
Alex can't understand why her husband is so upset. Last night, after sharing passionate kisses and just as they were about to climb into bed together, she whispered a recurring fantasy she's had ever since she saw the movie “Magic Mike.” Alex thought the movie was entertaining and sexy too. The movie focuses on a group of male strippers played by well-built, muscular actors, including Channing Tatum.
The popular summer movie Magic Mike, featuring male erotic dancers, has provided a refreshing image of men as objects of women’s sexual desire. Some of the appeal of the storyline is that is in using the idea of men as sexual objects as a punchline, something so out of the ordinary that it is funny. Gender flip flops are often used for humor, drawing on our own limited expectations for gender and self expression. And, at their best, encouraging us to think out of the box.