Do you love the show Nurse Jackie? There's a lot in the show we can learn from - like Jackie's drug addiction, and how treating the behavioral issues on the surface don't help in the long run. One of our personal development coaches explains.
Holiday parties are fun but when you go to your office party, it's best you treat it like a work event. Life coach Leora Fulvio offers six tips to help guide your behavior so that you're a holiday do and not a don't!
If you're looking for marriage advice, look no farther than the good book, and a great passage from Proverbs.
I don't know what it is, but it seems as though us women have moved from a being pursued role to a chasing, a man role. We want a man to see how good we are, how great we do this, how nice our heart is, how understanding we are... not thinking that a lot of the time it is the man's job to prove this to us.
I believe that there is a reason and season for everything and every person that we meet. I know that this is a saying that is very prevalent, but I think that we really have to reflect on what this means, especially as it pertains to relationship and our lives. The first thing is that everyone that enters your life is not going to be there in a positive way. Some people are not going to like you, some are going to talk bad about you, and there are times that you will be treated unfairly. It's just the ways of the world.
Men and women alike dream of finding their ideal match. For ladies, a tall, dark, handsome man making six figures with a heart of gold sounds like Mr. Perfect. For men, blonde hair, blue eyes, legs for days and a success career woman would be a perfect match. However, make sure you aren't looking for someone without putting in the necessary time and efforts in to making yourself a suitable match.
We've got some Christmas gift ideas for you and your kids, and figuring out how their grandparents can help.
Wondering how you can keep your marriage happy in the long run? Take the advice of our marriage experts and take the "upstream" approach!
Divorce coach Susan Herrera knew she was ready to move on from her failed marriage when she admitted to herself that she didn't want it to be over. Read on to learn how admitting and recognizing the pain will help you move on in your life and how Herrera was able to find her happiness…and how you can, too.
After perhaps a long dry spell of emotional deprivation, you finally find your soul mate and are in love with the person of your dreams! Elated and full of enthusiasm, you dream about how you will share your lives one day in a blended family. There will be someone to come home to. You will be part of a family again, instead of living alone as a single parent, which isn’t easy. You will help each other, support each other and happily co-parent your own and the other’s children.