Women feel guilty when they take some time for themselves, rather than focusing on others. The key to keeping relationships strong is to pamper yourself without feeling guilty, and maintain your happiness.
Jasbina Ahluwalia asks Susan Winter – Author of the book ‘Allowing Magnificence: Living the Expanded Version of Your Life’: In your view, what are some of the greatest challenges that you find men and women face in terms of finding their partners nowadays? Susan Winter Dating Rules As We Knew Them I’m speaking mostly about America and the European countries.
Last Friday evening I was at a dinner party and something a guest said pierced my heart deeply: what our world needs is the "Evolution of Humanity." In these three beautiful words I heard the music of a dream that I have be longing for since childhood. I often talk about taking the journey from fear to freedom and helping others do the same. The evolution of humanity is this, but seven levels deeper. Many of us, from all walks of life, and nature herself, so say the senior scientists, are ready for a quantum leap in evolution.
Divorce may be the end of a marriage, but it is just the beginning of learning how to be happy.
A new way for women to date that will significantly change their dating life: it sounds too good to be true, but it's real. It's called 'Relationship Lite' and it involves mastering the "take-it-or-leave it" attitude.
Though some people don't feel comfortable with dirty talk, new research suggests that talking dirty in bed can improve your sex life.
Dear Dr. Romance: I am a 51 year old divorced Mom who recently began seeing someone. I like him and want to pursue this relationship, but I don't want to keep making the same mistakes! Some people say "be yourself" other say "don't do too much too soon, keep him wondering"...and I am CONFUSED! I have tried to find your book as an ebook so I can read is on my eBook reader, but I can't locate it anywhere. Can you tell me where I can purchase it as a digital download?
Sex is a natural part of life and yet we treat it like a leper. Even though it's plastered on every type of media there is, something about sex in reality makes people uncomfortable. With sex education, you can learn to let go of any shame, fear, or guilt and embrace your sensual side. Discover 5 mind changing ways to look at sex in a whole new light.
Now that the Halloween decoratiions are put away and you are deciding whether or not you want to host Thanksgiving this year, stores are already decorated for Christmas and the count down for Hanukkah is around the corner. The winter holidays come at us fast and furious with little breathing room. Perhaps your mixture of excitement and anticipation quickly gets overshadowed with stress. The long list of what you need to do comes scrolling out of your brain, your ears get hot remembering who will show up to Christmas dinner and you don’t have the money to buy gifts for everyone.
Last week I gave a talk with parents of middle school aged children and shared with them the start of what they need to understand as they parent their tweens. I thought I would share not only my insights but their questions as well. 1. I have heard this time referred to “The Drama Years,” why is it called that and what does it mean? There is an enormous amount of social change going on such as the forming of cliques, gossip, group changes and fitting in. The friends that your child had all throughout elementary sch