Wouldn't it be nice to have a "Love Vitamin" to start your day. This video is designed to raise your Love Vibe. When you watch it, it is only a minute and a half, what feelings come up? If you feel warm, tingly or excited with happiness when you see it....breathe into the feelings. Enjoy them. How strong are they? Can you 'turn up the volume' and maximize the feeling? If you want to deepen the experience, tap on the collar bone point as you are watching:
Do YOU Treat Your Relationship Like A Business? And when I ask the question, I don't mean it in a cold or impersonal or emotionless way. What I mean is, are you truly as INVESTED in your relationship as you are in your career or in your business? Do you take your relationship with your partner as seriously as you take your career? Are you as committed to the long-term success of your relationship as you are committed to your long-term business success?
Regardless of how old you are, the only way you can successfully connect with a man in the "I think you're hot and would be interested in going out with you" way is to flirt. When I suggest that to the over-40 women in my dating workshops and coaching programs, I can see them cringe. Most of these otherwise outgoing women have no idea how to flirt, and many consider it childish and classless.
Sometimes trying to decide if you should tell or not tell can challenge your limits. What if you tell and it hurts your partner but the affair is over? Wouldnt it be better not to tell? What if you tell and they leave you? Frankly, either way will be difficult. Not telling isnt any easier on YOU then telling is. Living with the guilt, shame and the general threat to your own integrity can make you withdraw from your partner. They might see you withdrawing and wonder whats wrong.
The top two ingredients for good sex (according to researchers) are love and commitment. What are the other secrets? The Archives of Sexual Behavior released the findings, based on a study of 544 sexually active college students. The results were published in Discovery News. The motivations for having sex that were most highly correlated with sexual satisfaction were love and commitment. So, if you and your mate have those two things, consider yourself fortunate.
We’re constantly being told to exercise for good health and good relationships. I think it’s true to a point, but a recent article about excessive exercising reminded me that just because something is good for you does not mean more of it is better for you. The explosion of endurance sports, such as marathons and triathlons, is placing a strain on more marriages these days.
Do you tell yourself you're not worthy of love? Or you're too broken to receive the love your desire? Isn't it time to let go of those limiting beliefs and create your true heart's desire? Part 2 of our series looks at how our limiting beliefs get in the way of receiving love.
It seems like everyone is an expert on relationships these days! Your mom, your dad, the woman in the nail salon, the guy who took a one-day class and is now marketing himself as a dating coach, and even the cast of Jersey Shore , all have something to say on the subject.
The other day I told my husband that I was really excited to see my best friend again. We live far apart and only get to see each other once a year. He responded with a hurt look, saying, “I thought I was your best friend!” To which I replied, “No, you’re my husband. I still need my girlfriend.” This is one of the key dynamics that can really mess up a long term relationship. Expecting your partner to fulfill all of your emotional needs sets you both up for disappointment. Every woman needs a girlfriend and every man needs a bromance.
Exciting activities improve marital satisfaction much more than pleasant activities. A new study by the Interpersonal Relationships Laboratory of New York State University showed that a group of couples who spent two hours each week engaging in a new, exciting activity gave a dramatic boost to their marital satisfaction. A second group who engaged in highly pleasant, but only moderately exciting, activities, showed no significant change in their perceived marriage quality.