If you're a chocolate lover then you probably don't need much convincing that chocolate is good for you. You are probably thrilled that right about now, the stores are overflowing with chocolate bunnies and eggs.
By Marianne Beach, for GalTime We’ve all heard the infamous break-up line: “It’s not you, it’s me!” But what if it really IS you that’s been sabotaging your relationship-- without even knowing it? Psychiatrist Rebecca Gladding, MD, co-author of “You are Not Your Brain: The 4-Step Solution for Changing Bad Habits, Ending Unhealthy Thinking, and Taking Control of Your Life” offers us the top five bad relationship habits we slip into...and how to break them once and for all.
By Tara Weng, GalTime The phrase sexual anorexia may seem a taboo one at that, but the truth of the matter is, it's a real, medically studied problem. It's a term that's been coined from the clinical diagnosis: sexual aversion disorder. The condition has been described by the experts as "one that goes far beyond inhibition or sexually negative attitudes. It is an obsessive state in which the thought of being sexual by oneself or with others is almost unbearable."
Anything worthwhile in life needs regular, positive attention. This includes relationships. If you want your most important relationships to grow and thrive, you need to care for them.
In 2004 He’s Just Not That Into You by Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo was released and sparked a huge conversation in the dating world. This conversation helped them land a movie deal as well. I read this book in 2006 when I started my dating adventures after my divorce. I really enjoyed it, but something did not quite fit for me. So I put it down and went on my merry dating way.
In the U.S. currently 45 to 50 percent of all marriages end in divorce.* These numbers strike several different chords with me. I remember very well asking my ex-husband for a divorce. It was one of the most heartbreaking and lonely feelings I have ever experienced in my entire life. I was certain that the months following were going to be some of the most excruciating to date, but I figured that was my penance for no longer having the desire to work it out with him. Little did I know that I couldn’t have been more wrong.
How many of us have taken off our glasses to look in the mirror, examining the laugh lines that frame our eyes and the parentheses that frame our mouths. It's hard not to notice that some of the outward signs of aging are showing up more and more in your face and your body.
I have a question for you. And please let it really sink in- please don’t just rapidly scan over it. Take your time to contemplate and answer it for yourself. There’s a saying that “the quality of your life is determined by the quality of the questions that you ask yourself”… so this is what I would call a Quality Question! In fact, I think it’s one of the most empowering and high vibration questions that is possible to ask someone!
A Road Map for Holiday Times With Blended Families Hello out there all you blended family parents and steps, and those going through a divorce. No fun, especially during spring holiday season, when all of so many friends are telling you the fun they are having with their sweet and happy and conflict free kids getting rid of the bread, buying (and sometimes baking!) the matzoh, and getting the lovely eggs and chocolate bunnies artfully arranged.
Nutrigenomics is the study of food or macronutrients: proteins, carbohydrates, and fats on our genes expression. If we determine the effect of a particular nutrient on our genes, we can understand the relationship of that nutrient to our bodies’ and the effect it has on our health, particularly as it is related to obesity.