If a picture is worth a thousand words, a profile picture is worth at least ten thousand. Profile pictures for online dating sites are a big deal, whether you like it or not. On most sites, it goes beyond just the profile picture. A lot of sites offer an opportunity to post other pictures too. So, for the photo-phobic it can feel like a lot of pressure. The right profile picture will get you noticed. The wrong profile picture will get attention too, but not the kind you want. The good news is this, getting the right profile picture isn’t about looking like a model.
As a couple with both a successful, fulfilling relationship coaching business and successful, fulfilling marriage, we realize that we have a life that many people dream of. We'd like to share our journey of how we arrived here, so that you have a deep understanding that our lives were not always this rosy. We want you to know that it's possible for you to have everything you desire. Really!
How do we women stop giving too much of ourselves in our romantic relationships? Not a new question for sure, and I don’t’ know that my advice is startlingly new either. What seems important about this subject and why I bring it up often with the women in my coaching circle is that the only way to make such a monumental change for our gender is to chip away at it little by little. The paradox is that we women are natural givers and it is in our nature to be focused on our romantic relationships. This makes total sense if you look at it from an evolutionary standpoint.
As a dating a coach I have been learning more and more about what makes a woman attracted to a man. Sometimes the answer is a simple one and I can tell just by observing my client, what is wrong or right. However, other times I am completely stumped. Most of my clients are like this, very successful in every other aspect of their life and yet have never had a girlfriend or an intimate relationship with a woman. I learned quickly that money doesn't get anyone girlfriends. Sure it MIGHT help, but most of the time it works against them.
This guest article from Psych Central was written by Nadia Person, Ph.D. Imagine a heavy-duty truck riding off the road, slipping down a hill and getting stuck in thick, sticky mud. Trying to get out, it desperately spins its wheels, mud flying everywhere with no resolve. After a long time, there is finally a hopeful sight of another car. The truck begins honking like mad, desperately wanting a much needed pull.
What’s your relationship with anger? Never have it? “Inherited” it from your Irish Grandmother? Rage-aholic? Depressive? Everybody experiences anger during their lifetime. Most of us know so little about it that we entertain myths, such as “Anger just happens to me,” it’s “all-powerful,” or it “goes out of control”.
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You know you should exercise, and you may even like the idea of it. Yet once you start doing it, your ability to stick with it disappears within weeks or even days. It is not uncommon to struggle with exercising regularly, and most people think it is a simple matter of having enough willpower to force themselves to go to the gym three to four days a week. That can work under the right circumstances, but willpower is not enough to sustain long-term exercising, and all but a few will give up within weeks of trying.
Sigmund Freud was once asked in a lecture "What is needed for a successful life?" Surprisingly, he answered in only two words: "Lieben und Arbeiten." To give and receive love -- and to do work that is right for you. His words still resonate today.
What is Pet Grief Support? When I tell people I am doing Pet Grief Support; the first question I get is what is that?! The second question is usually something on the lines of “do you counsel animals?” No, not technically but…I hope to help the humans in their lives understand a little bit more…