For being well known as a woman with considerable psychic gifts, I sure turned a blind eye when it came to picking men. My first relationships were filled with drama and trauma, believe me I kissed way too many frogs, had way too many blind dates and the singles parties…. Don’t you love to hate singles parties? I had no trouble attracting men. My dark and exotic looks always got me noticed. But no matter how hot the guy, once he found out I was “psychic” or “clairvoyant” he was out the door.
The Holiday’s may be over but, if you’re single, you might still be feeling the sting after being backed into a corner at family gatherings and forced to answer the question; “Why are you still single?” Ouch! Friends, family and co-workers have no idea their committing a major social faux pas and how uncomfortable it makes you feel. So today, I’m sharing insights and tips for both those asking this question and those on the receiving end.
The holiday season has come and gone. This year was a particular wonderful time for me. I spent many days entertaining people that are most special to me…it was my way to express love and appreciation towards them. During this vacation period, I got into my body, my mind and spirit even more. I allowed each encounter to be a full body experience. Now, I know this sounds sexual…but I mean it in a sensual manner. So what the heck am I trying to say?
Before I tell you how to sign up for these great benefits, I really have to get something off my chest. Ok, here it goes… I once met a friend who thoroughly enjoyed ringing the Salvation Army bell each holiday season. My response was, “why would you spend your time ringing a bell for free when you could be out having fun?” I admit, standing around ringing a bell did not sound like a fun time, but neither did any “volunteer” activity when I was in my 20’s. If I did not receive a pay check for my time, why would I want to d
Aside from the obvious factors that are necessary for marital success, men and women should derive pleasure from each others femininity and masculinity. Regardless of sexual orientation, if you can not revel in your partner's distinct gender traits, maybe you are with the wrong person.
Now that the family holidays of Thanksgiving and Christmas are over and we have turned our calendars to a new year, the next worldwide holiday approaching is Valentine’s Day. Valentine’s Day has become the number one romantic holiday in the world but what happens if you find yourself alone for this momentous occasion? How do you make it through?
Dear Dr. Romance: I recently moved here from the British Isles. I discovered your Dr. Romance blog and thought you might have some good insight on an experience I had involving an American woman's image of her body. I met a really attractive and intelligent woman at a party a few weeks ago. It was a public event at an art gallery. She was a high school teacher in her early thirties. We had been talking for a good half hour and really seemed to be hitting it off.
I love working with people who are frustrated with dieting, and ready to be healthy. One of the questions I hear a LOT from these clients in the beginning is: “So, if I want to eat healthy, does that mean that I can NEVER eat (favorite unhealthy food) ever again?” Or…. “I would love to try a plant-based diet, but I could NEVER give up my burgers”. There is a lot of energy around NEVER.
Many of us live under the misconception that laughter should be reserved for the good times. The reality is that humor is more necessary than ever when life hits the skids.
There are scads of articles and books written promising a foolproof formula to finding a husband. Usually they include a step by step guide with a guarantee of success in x number of days. If you are a reader of these, time to toss them and whatever manipulation they have down to your head and heart and it is time to get real! The thing is, love takes time to find and to grow. It can’t be assigned to a timeline just because you think you are ready. And if you don’t believe this, check out my TOP 3 reasons for why you must stop looking for a groom now: