Thinking negatively about past relationships while dating someone can put a huge damper on your love life. Changing your outlook on love with positive thoughts will open the door to love.
Sure, you can work on things. You can try to get past it. But, YourTango experts Drs. Charlie and Elizabeth Schmitz say that cheating really is an unforgivable act. In this article, they take a firm stance and about infidelity as a deal breaker. Do you agree with them?
Most adults slip and cuss in front of little kids once in awhile, but what do you do when a friend (or romantic partner) swears like a sailor in front of your children all the time? Do you tell them to shut up or shove off ... or, are you the one who needs to cool it? YourTango expert Megan Pollock tackles the topic of friendship deal breakers, potty mouths and how to keep friends (and their color language) in check.
Divorce can feel like being hit by a hurricane. But once the skies clear, it's time to step back into the sunshine of life again. Happiness is waiting for you. Here are 5 reasons to look at the bright side of post-divorce life.
Neale Donald Walsh, famous author, was speaking about the Universe and how it has only one answer for everything we ask: YES. Neale Donald Walsh says the universe always says yes. If this is true, then we can actually take a look at our lives and check what we've been telling ourselves lately.
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I’ve worked with hundreds of people who are experiencing or have experienced grief and loss. I have a Masters degree in Theology specialized in Social Justice and Pastoral Care as well as in Clinical Social Work. Need less to say, I am trained to deal with death. Now, I am facing the inevitable dying process with my father and all of my training has not prepared me sufficiently for the grief I am experiencing. He has had two heart attacks in the last month and refuses any medical care. He does not want to prolong his life in any way, but go as the "Lord has p
I hear a lot of stories, specifically from men, where they say they fell in love with someone, and months or even years later, they turned out to be a complete crazy person. They got bamboozled. Their partner pretended to be a certain way to catch them and then revealed their true self; a heart-less, narcissistic bitch/asshole and now they’re stuck there asking themselves, “Who the hell are you and what did I get myself into?”
As a relationship specialist and couple’s therapist, I frequently work with entrepreneurs and business owners in my practice. Over the years, I’ve recognized common ways they sabotage their relationships without even knowing it. Business owners and entrepreneurs have the great ability to persevere and persist but this can wreak havoc at home. Do these hidden saboteurs apply to you?
It’s the holiday season. Many of the world’s great religions celebrate at this time of year, For many of us it’s the time to search for spiritual meaning and to discover inner peace. If you are Christian, Jew, Muslin or even a practicing atheist (!), this will apply to you. To me this is the time of winter. Winter is a dark season: cold, not much sun in this hemisphere, days are short, nights are long, propelling us to go within, literally and figuratively.