One of the hardest stages in the relationship cycle is moving on. Many of us ask the question, "Why am I still thinking about my ex?" We've all suffered through nights when we couldn't sleep because thoughts about the ex just wouldn't quit. That's normal. Here are 4 reasons why we continue to think about the past: 1. Lack of closure.
Being a sensually empowered woman means that you are the keeper of your own mojo. It is that sense of self-confidence, self-esteem and sex appeal stemming from the core of your being and spiraling outward, enchanting every person around you. Sometimes we are in the flow, feeling good and looking our best. Other times we may feel like hiding under a mask, lacking self-esteem and poise. So how do we sustain our mojo and live life in balance?
The grief of abortion can travel through generations. One of the saddest cases I can recall in my counseling career, was an aborted baby’s grandmother. Her name was Dottie. She was such a sweet lady. I know she would have been a “picture book” grandmother had she been given the chance. Dottie found out about the abortion ten years after it happened. Sometime back her son stored some items at her house. Later, in an innocent attempt to clean the garage, Dottie found the paper trial of the abortion that had occurred a decade earlier.
I’ve been counseling couples in marriages for almost eight years. I am always amazed at the pain involved in relationships. Mostly, I never fail to be fascinated in every single case with the resilience that God gives us concerning a marriage union. When I look at all the reasons the marriage union dissolves, what seems to be the common denominator is how well couples do (or don’t) handle conflict.
By GalTime Love Coach, Johanna Lyman There are plenty of good- and some not so good- reasons to sleep with your ex. How can you tell whether you’re justifying a bad thing to yourself or if it’s really not a big deal? Let me start by saying that feeling guilty is not a good guide. Our culture has many conflicting ideas of what’s appropriate, and we’ve been trained from childhood to feel guilt at the slightest provocation, that guilt by itself is not a reliable sign of wrong-doing.
So, today, as I was commuting home after a hard day’s work, I was thinking about the topic that I’d choose to write about for the YourTango article I had planned to write: My response to the "What’s Your Number" movie I enjoyed seeing last weekend? Maybe.
In Sandy’s initial emails, it appeared that she had dating all figured out. Later she admitted that after talking to Jim for three weeks, via texting, emailing and a few phone conversations that she felt as though there was finally some chemistry between she and a guy. It had been months since someone of this caliber had come along and she did not want to blow it.
Many singles believe that they will be complete when their ideal partner arrives. They look forward to the time when the hard road of singlehood is over and they can relax in the comfort and safety of a relationship. They can celebrate as they finally reach the love finish line. It may seem comforting to know that there is an end to the madness but this type of thinking creates a trap which can lead to more Mr. Wrongs and broken dreams.
"A woman who I was dating and who I really liked ended our relationship and is dating someone else. I see her all the time at the market and I feel like yelling at her." "I keep vowing not to, but I keep getting really angry at my husband when he is distant." "I lost my temper with my assistant and now she is suing me. I just can't seem to help getting furious when people mess up."
In Part One of The Elusive Female Orgasm, I described some basic solo skills that can get you started on the path to orgasmic pleasure. The same skills that can get you to one ecstatic peak can also dramatically expand your orgasmic capacity.