Knowing Is Only Half The Battle... Whether you're a man or a woman reading this, there are places we all know where we stop in our relationships...when we get discouraged, when we get tired, when we disagree, after the 10th try, or maybe after the 64th try. Wherever it is, we know that place for ourselves. The point past which we never venture & at which we consistently stop. This holds true in our relationships as well as it does in every other endeavor we undertake.
My colleague and friend Shawne Mitchell provided this timely info on creating Sacred Space for you Soulmate Manifesting this fall....enjoy: As many people know, where intention goes, energy flows. Because of how energy functions, we are each engaged in co-creation with the Life Force. If you want to manifest your soul mate, you need to set the intention for it to be so. Setting an intention is like speaking to the Divine through a megaphone: it gets the message across more clearly.
This is the third in a series of articles sharing my 5 Keys to Finding Hope and Finding Him. The 5 Keys are: M - Me and Me first. A - Assess your list. S - Shed your stuff. T - Time to get out and Trail blaze. R - Real women find their man.
Fall is in the air which means it’s time for me to start talking about one of my favorite foods, pumpkin. Did you know that pumpkin is an aphrodisiac? Well, let me entertain you… This pumpkin butter is sure to kick start some serious flirting or something more frisky! The scents of pumpkin and cinnamon are known for arousing men, as well as women. They are two aphrodisiacs that work well together that create magic on a fork. Use on your favorite breads, biscuits, muffins or last but not least use on your lover.
Something must be in the air, in the past few months many of my female clients have had a panic attack in front of me, because they are still single. They don't know how it has happened that forty is closing in and they have no one in sight to marry or have children with. Society continues to make being single one of the worst things to be for women, while single men are thought of as cool and eligible at any age. The grass is always greener on the other side, there are pros and cons to being single and married. It all depends upon your perspective.
Things can be tough if you're a female over forty and trying to find love. Statistically, your pool of great available men is shrinking. There's a number of reasons for this, from higher rates of male homosexuality to the fact that men die younger than women ... and all the reasons inbetween (like men dating younger women), that we don't like to discuss. It can feel frustrating, but amazing men are out there! Dating online is a great way to level the playing field and jump ahead. Why? Because statistically, you move back into favorable territory.
I see a great many couples in my private practice. Lately, there seems to be a theme: couples who have been together or married for many years, who have "grown apart." This feeling is usually expressed by one partner, while the other is caught somewhat off-guard, not realizing things have gotten as bad as they are until the unhappy partner suggests a separation, divorce, or counseling. The expression of incredulity on my clients' faces shows that they really don't understand how their partner could be ready to walk out. The unhappy partner, on the other hand, doesn't understand why their mate is so slow to realize how unhappy they have been. How does this happen? How is it that each partner's experience of the relationship is so different?
Three weeks into dating my current husband, Noah, he looked at me and said, "Christine, I don't know what is going to happen between the two of us? but you have to raise your standards for men." "You can't like a guy because he's nice to you. He's supposed to be nice to you."
Why is it harder for women to orgasm than men? The punchline is, who cares? And yes, it's a joke, a guy joke that actually makes me laugh because it's really about how loutish some men are. Also, it's funny because it's true. The Psych Central news hounds pointed me towards an article entitled "Women, Men, and the Bedroom: Methodological and Conceptual Insights That Narrow, Reframe, and Eliminate Gender Differences in Sexuality." I wanted to learn more, so I dug up the original paper, which pulled together a number of studies debunking some of the things we know to be true about men, women, and sex.
If you're not in a semi-happy marriage yourself, chances are you've seen one or know one intimately because the term describes a large number of marriages today. Semi-happy couples should be happy—on paper. If only they could live their marriages on paper instead of in real life! The semi-happy marriage is not bad enough to leave, but not good enough to fulfill. I conducted a survey for my book, Marriage Confidential, and found that 30 percent agreed that "most marriages I see around me aren't really happy or unhappy." 40 percent agreed, "most marriages that I see aren't really that happy."