“I love you. You're the best. I love listening to you. I love everything about you. You do no wrong in my book. Oh my god, you're so amazing. Oh my god, it's so cute the way that you eat your cereal. I love the way you roll over in the middle of the night and mumble in your sleep—it's so cute.” Now fast forward a year later.
My friend Jonathan is self-employed and single. He talks about how it would be so nice to have a relationship in his life and yet I do not see him making the time for the process of dating. He tells me that his work is very demanding and that he is barely keeping up with his clients.
This concept first was presented to me by my first true love. I remember the moment clearly, though I have to admit, it happened nearly 40 years ago! I was sitting on the stairs of the art museum waiting for my art class to begin. His name was Dennis and I had certainly noticed him before this moment. His good looks and confident swag were hard to miss. I had not, however, considered him as a possible love match - until that moment.
QUESTION I am 34 and have been single for way too long. I would love to meet someone, but it seems that every time I do, the person doesn’t like me or ends up being unavailable. I usually have an easy time making friends, so of course, when I am not romantically interested in someone, that person ends up liking me. It’s very frustrating since I have no idea why this is happening. I was wondering, do you think it’s just human nature to want what you cannot have? ANSWER
Our childhood wounds continue to resurface through our life. If we had parents who are judgmental or critical we will attract judging relationships that will bring this experience to the present for us to feel and heal. Our response while triggered by criticism may be that we judge ourselves in a negative way. Another result of this childhood experience could be that we become our parent and be judgmental and critical to our own children or others. Either way we have learned this communication as children from our parents or caregivers.
Divorce is always good for women, if not right away, then eventually. I say this because women typically do not divorce on a whim, they do so after years sacrificing their wants and needs for the benefit of others, until they finally learn that unhappiness is not par for the course. Women take unhappiness more seriously than men because unhappiness takes a bigger toll on us.
Truth tellin’ time, ya’ll. You’ve had some relationships. Some great ones and some horrible ones and maybe most were somewhere a little bit of both. No matter how they turned out, they all revealed something about you. Something important. Something that you can learn from and evolve from and ultimately, if you want to, be able to gather your energy in such a way that you become a powerful magnet for your true love and living your dream life with him.
Whether you are trying to start, stop or continue a habit of any kind, success lies in developing a healthy indifference toward the matter. Indifference may not sound like a positive state. Indifference can imply medicrity or lack of interest; however, indifference is the opposite of compulsion. Creating healthy indifference is one of the fundamental lessons I teach in our Colorado Wellness Retreats. Guests leave the retreats with the ability to make a decision and stick to it.
I know that this question alone raises many eyebrows; especially since my memoir, which is still in production, recounts the many experiences that have led me to this point in my life as N. Meridian, the writer who shrouds herself behind words. However, because of my past, because of my daughter, I feel the need to protect her while hiding in plain sight.
You can shape a sexy body regardless of your body type! Use training techniques that will bring out the best of your body type. You are most likely a combination of any of the following 4 basic body types. So don’t worry, just do the hard work based on your body type and follow your meal plan. If you don't eat properly, you won't shape your best body. Its possible to have layers of fat covering those hard-earned muscles!