Alcoholics say, “I’m Mick and I’m and alcoholic.” Sex addicts admit, “I’m Justin and I’m a sex addict.” Overeaters confess, “I’m Tanya and I’m an overeater.” So what do all these people know that’s keeping
There are few exceptions to this rule and at the moment I can't even think of any! If you're faking it in any area of your relationship it's only a matter of time before it comes back at you and bites you in the ass. Once you've faked it, you've painted yourself into a corner with only two options: staying in the corner or walking out and messing up the paint. Here's a really good example of making things hard for yourself by faking it.
By Rabbi Arnie Singer for GalTime.com There’s nothing worse than contacting someone on an online dating site and going out with them only to discover that they lied about their age. You feel cheated, let down, violated. Regardless of the rationalization and motive behind it, lying about your age or about anything else for that matter is just plain out wrong, period. It’s certainly no way to start a relationship.
1) Jabber, Jabber, Gabber! It may be testing to sit in silence, and you may be a person that likes to fill every opportunity with words. If you must fill the space, ask a question that doesn’t just provoke a yes or no answer. 2) Move Over Casanova! If we are trying to be someone we’re not on the date we seem fake. A little self-confidence is great, however tone it down, be yourself and if you are nervous – admit it. 3) Call the Fashion Police!
If you've been contemplating receiving life coaching services, you may have asked yourself, "What is coaching?" It's important to point out there are also some misconceptions about coaching. Coaching is much different from counseling, mentoring, and consulting, even though there are some similarities. What Coaching Is Not
This guest article from Psych Central was written by Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S. It’s easy for couples to fall in love. Staying in love is the tough part, according to clinical psychologist and marriage counselor Randi Gunther, Ph.D. In her new book When Love Stumbles: How to Rediscover Love, Trust & Fulfillment in Your Relationship, Gunther shares a six-step healing plan to help couples overcome eight of the most common “stumbles” or problematic patterns in their relationships.
As a couple’s therapist, my social acquaintances are always asking my opinion on their relationships. While ethically I cannot give advice outside of the scope of my practice, we are still able to have some fun and light conversations about the state of relationships in general. I am always curious as to what keeps couples together, and will ask my social group what successes they have had with their own partners. The other day I was talking with a woman I know fairly well (we’ll call her Mary), and asked her what has kept her 25 year marriage going.
By GalTime.com's Stephenie Zamora Sometimes when we’re in life scenarios that aren’t ideal, we may find ourselves over-exaggerating the details. Our job is better, relationships and finances are healthier… maybe we’ve seen and experienced more, had amazing adventures or owned things that are totally outside our means.
By Marianne Beach, GalTime.com He used to make your heart go pitter patter just by looking at him. But now, you find yourself totally flatlined and drifting towards that low or no sex zone. Why do we lose that attraction that brought us together in the first place? More importantly, what can we do about it? We talked to Lori W. Hollander, LCSW-C, BCD, of Relationships Work.
Sex-kitten flirting, like most things, takes practice. The more you do it, the better you get at it. Here are 5 ways to flirt that will get you results: 1. When he comes near you, look him in the eyes as you breath in slowly, saying, "Wow, do you ever smell good." Taking a slow breath in automatically softens the look in your eyes, making you look sultry. Giving eye contact makes you appear boldly confident; while the compliment will make his heart race with anticipation.