What do you think about giving and receiving gifts? Are you an enthusiastic, appreciative receiver or does getting a gift make you feel uncomfortable? Are you a spirited gift giver picking up small (or large) tokens of your esteem and affection wherever you go for the people you care about? In a small survey I conducted over the last several months here’s what I discovered:
Is marriage obsolete? According to a new poll by Time/Pew, about 40% surveyed felt that marriage is obsolete! Almost 50% answered "no" to the question, "Do you want to get married?" About 70% answered "yes" in 1960! The most desirable qualities stated in the survey for a good husband/wife/partner were: 1. Is a good father or mother (over 90%) 2. Puts family before everything (over 70%). 3. Is a good sexual partner (about 50%)
The holidays are upon us once again, and for many, it's a time of the year they spend alone. There are many reasons this occurs, whether it be because we can't afford to go home, or we have no "home" to travel to. Sometimes we just find ourselves alone for the holidays.
I sure do love the holidays. But for those of you who are officially meeting the parents--and the extended family--of your new girlfriend or boyfriend for the first time, I know that the holiday anticipation can quickly turn into stress. But relax, my friends. I’ve come to the rescue with a handy guide that will have you not only surviving the holiday unscathed, but also wowing your partners 'rents. Take copious notes!
Sex is complex. It's personal and it's powerful. While there is a good deal of difference in how we each experience our sexuality, only some of us are satisfied with our sex lives. And many are very dissatisfied. Those who are most dissatisfied seem to enter my office with worries that they are not desirable, or not competent as lovers or somehow that their desires or sexual activities are not appropriate. Many of them have not considered that there might be a physical issues underlying their experiences or more commonly, that the root of
Why do you think if something's going wrong, it must be your fault? Why are you so sure if your boss is upset, it's because you've done something to upset him? Your boss is in a bad mood, and the first thing that goes through your mind is "What did I do?" You're sure you've made some terrible mistake. You obsess until you can't stand it anymore and come right out with "Let me know what I've done. Whatever it is, I'll fix it." Your boss looks at you funny and says "What are you talking about?
What is it about bad boys that’s so irresistible? Christian Carter explains all, and tells you how to start breaking the pattern of falling for guys who aren’t good for you.
If you've ever felt hesitant, uncertain, fearful, or insecure about dating or getting into another relationship with a man who could very likely hurt you like you've been hurt before (and that’s all of us!), then this one’s for you.
Here’s something to try that can make him sit up and take notice, without you chasing him or trying too hard to get his attention.