As a last argument in a debate, my best friend asked her husband: - “Are we living for working or are we working for living?” You can guess; the argument was about how much time they spend with working and how much they have left for the family. How many of us are in the same situation? The economy is quite challenging lately, we want to maintain, even flourish our businesses, no matter if they are currently small or large. We try everything what we can to make it happen; but for what price?
In my opinion, this concept is the product of western civilization which assumes that you simply have to find your “true love”, progress your way through to the wedding ceremony; then you are primed to live “Happily Ever After”. The main emphasis is on the choice: you choose “The Right One”, later in the courtship you might be confronted with complications, but undoubtedly everything will quickly turn into roses at the “I do.”
‘…I was by the cosmetics, standing before the mirror and trying to pull off a tiny piece of dead skin from my face. Instead of coming off, it pulled more skin with it. I wanted to get rid of them too, which pulled even more… and a bigger piece, one after another and it just wouldn’t stop. Slowly my naked face stared back at me with the pure muscles exposed without any layer of skin remaining. A cosmetician appeared behind me and nonchalantly stated: You will recover soon…’
Dear Nina: I listen to your podcasts and I have read and refer back to Temptations of the Single Girl quite a bit! I became acquainted with a man at my new gym. He happened to be an employee there, selected to evaluate me for a personal fitness consultation.
This guest article from Psych Central was written by Meredith Bazirgan Skype, email, text, IM, cell phone call, face time, gchat, Tweet, Facebook message…we have so many means of communication now that we didn’t have even a few years ago. And yet, communicating with our partners, especially when we’re at a long distance, has never been so challenging.
Chances are you’ve heard the buzz about Fifty Shades of Grey, the hottest new erotic fiction on the market. If you haven’t, allow us to fill you in. Dominant entrepreneur Christian Grey, who just happens to be filthy rich, meets Ana Steele, a 22 year old virgin with low self-esteem. After a bit of a chase, Christian seeks to make Ana his new “submissive”—meaning she takes the obedient role to his dominance—and presents her with a contract to do so.
Recommended Books Books on marriage 1. Intimate Partners, by Maggie Scarff 2. Getting the Love You Want, by Harville Hendrix 3. Grown-up Marriage by Judith Viorst 4. The Good Marriage by Judith Wallerstein 5. Families and How to Survive Them by Robin Skynner and John Cleese 6. The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work by John Gottman 7. After the Honeymoon by Dan Wile 8. After the Fight by Dan Wile 9. Hold Me Tight by Dr. Sue Johnson
Are you in a stay-or-go situation? Would you like a hit of psychic wisdom to let you know what to do next? Here are five key questions to consider if you're wondering if your relationship is over.
Hints Your Husband Is Having An Affair Let’s clear up a couple of misconceptions first, if your husband is having an affair, he’s most likely engaged with someone’s wife. Therefore, the more apt title is, “Hints Your partner is having an affair.” Secondly, there are no universal, foolproof signs that will tell you if your partner is having an affair.