This question is different from what I’ve read so far… My ex and I dated for just under 3 months about 4 years ago. The chemistry and compatibility between us was the strongest either of us admittedly felt before. But his work schedule projects kept him busy as did mine and we didn’t get alot of face-to-face time then. I craved more time with him but didn’t voice my desire because I didn’t want to impress him as being needy.
This question haunts even the most confident women. You're not alone. It comes up when you've spent years in and out of failed relationships and you finally reach the point wanting to give up on love.
Dance on the Beach of Life! Sometimes in our lives we reach rock bottom. We experience what we call hell. For each of us it's dressed up differently, but for all of us it is dark, tough and devastating. This hell can be our awakening. Some people call it a break-down; I believe it is a break-through. This was the sequence of my hell over three months. * My second marriage failed * My business failed * My youngest daughter left me to live with her Dad * My health failed
It’s very difficult to climb a flight of stairs, let alone the steep career ladder with a jealous partner clinging to your skirt, while, dragging you down. I had always felt lucky to have a supportive husband by my side as I continue to build my career, but my gratitude catapulted a few weeks ago when I witnessed, what was nothing short of a minor travesty of common sense and sanity.
Strength and Weakness – Become Stronger in Weak Places As a business owner, parent educator, parent and volunteer in the community, I have had an opportunity to see strengths and weakness in many people. Our children have had sports coaches who made them feel great about themselves whether they won or lost the game. Coaches Change Lives
With Groundhog Day here, my mind has turned to the elusive do-over. The 1993 Bill Murray flick named for February 2nd has to be one of my all-time favorite, watch-it-every-time-it's-on movies. For those who haven't seen it (and really, what kind of carpet are you living under? Netflix it immediately), the movie's plot centers around a crotchety guy named Phil Conners, played by Murray. Phil is forced to endure the same day over and over until he gets it "right."
Many pop culture examples point to the external "breakovers" women engage in following a breakup. Is there really something to this? Can cutting our hair or buying a new outfit help us get to a place of being "over" an ex?
Breaking up is hard to do. Even when they guy you're breaking up with was never technically your boyfriend. This Valentine's Day, show love to yourself by making the decision to move on. Here are 7 days, and 7 ways, to get over your ex.
When you are in a committed relationship, Valentine's Day is the most important day of the entire year. You should show your undying love for each other and celebrate the magnificent connection that you have through spending large amounts of money on flowers, candy and jewelry. You should be planning the entire day's event months in advance, and spending a huge amount of time on making sure that each and every detail is taken care of.
There is a lot of controversy swirling around Kim Kardashian’s 72-day marriage to Kris Humphries, as some speculate that it was all a fluke for TV ratings. Although I do believe that having the show added pressure to her decision to get married, I do not believe that she married Kris for ratings. I believe that she, like many women, made destructive mistakes along the way that lead to the inevitable breakup. Kim Kardashian committed several “DIVA Don’ts” that we can all learn from so to avoid repeating the same fate!