Having survived several toxic relationships and a tumultuous marriage years ago and turned my life around, I now have a laser-like ability to instantly recognize the same disastrous signs and symptoms in other women’s relationships that I encountered on my journey to relationship sanity.
Are you a wonderfully successful, beautiful and single woman? Do you often think how you could be single? Well. It could be as simple as your expectations. Nowadays, women have more self-esteem and respect for themselves than ever before which is wonderful but that doesn’t make us perfect. Guys are much more apt to see past our flaws than we are of their flaws.
Power struggles over homework plague many families. Parents worry, wanting their children to do well. Believing that encouragement, praise, explanations, setting limits, and even threats, anger and punishment are well-meaning, deserved, necessary and loving, parents often interact with their children in ways that lead to the very problems they want to avoid.
Hysteria represents women being chemically imbalanced, or to put it simply, a lack of sex. A hysterical woman is clearly sexually starved. She has probably not seen or heard from “Dick” in weeks, months or even, painfully, years. She is chemically imbalanced and her hormones are often going crazy. She knows something is wrong.
Let’s talk about sex, baby! You’ve all heard the song “Let’s Talk about Sex” by Salt-n- Pepa, right? Well, let’s do. A dear lady friend of mine gave an excellent definition of horniness. She described horniness as the desire to merge spiritually with another. Your desire to feel and experience new energies is constant. We often call this lust. However, our bodies are naturally, constantly creating energy.
As a couples therapist and dating coach, the most overriding questions that I deal with concern the nature of relationships. These questions include: Why is someone attracted to one person but not another? What makes a relationship successful? Why do some people seem to have all the luck while others never seem to be able catch a break? Similarly, why do some people keep repeating the same mistakes?
The ol’ saying is that "before you can have a healthy and loving relationship with someone else, you must first love yourself." Since the beginning of time, people have struggled with figuring out what it really means to love both oneself and another, and when it happens, if it is real and will last.
Broken-Heart Help: Healing From Infidelity [Expert] Laurie Moore, LMFT, CHT, PhD and Relationship Coach 831-477-7007 www.counselingscottsvalley.us www.DrLaurieMoore.com Part I: Turning Infidelity Shock to Healing For most, the shock of a spouse’s infidelity is heart wrenching. For some, the pain is so intense that thoughts of suicide arise. For many, the ability to trust anyone is shattered. With a California psychotherapy practice and a global relationship coaching practice, I have helped people to heal.
Broken-Heart Help: Healing From Infidelity [Expert] Laurie Moore, LMFT, CHT, PhD and Relationship Coach 831-477-7007 www.counselingscottsvalley.us www.DrLaurieMoore.com Part I: Turning Infidelity Shock to Healing For most, the shock of a spouse’s infidelity is heart wrenching. For some, the pain is so intense that thoughts of suicide arise.
There is much buzz around E.L. James' book 'Fifty Shades of Grey.' I have read the trilogy, and I think that men can learn a few lessons from it. The main character, Christian Grey, is a young, sexy and attractive billionaire who has a passion for sex. Regardless of their financial situtations, men all over the country can be just like Christian Grey. Here's how: