Whether we like it or not, celebrities are a full part of our lives. From movies to TV to magazines, we can't stop from following their lives closer than some of our friends. Just like our friends, we cheer for them when they date someone we like and boo them when they date someone we don't.
Dear Dr. Romance: When I was 20, I met a man of 37. For many reasons, including what I thought was love, moved in with him 3 weeks later. After getting engaged to my partner, I discovered he crossdressed. I cried, but he said he did it cuz he was alone for so long before he met me. Flash forward to pregnancy, when I found dvd after dvd of preop transexual porn. Imagine my horror.
If you're dealing with anxiety over childhood trauma, it may be time for a deeper look inside. The first step to healing is understanding what went wrong.
“Can my marriage be saved?!” This is a question we hear from so many people who email, call or see us in person. It’s a question that often comes from a place of frustration, fear and anguish. When you and your partner got married, you probably spoke vows to one another. With whatever specific words you chose, you promised to love and honor one another. And now, you wonder what happened to those marriage promises.
You're a smart, successful, sexy Alpha woman who's attracted to smart, successful, sexy Alpha men. Has this ever happened to you? You're having a great time on your first date. The conversation is off-the-charts. You close the restaurant down. You make out with him in the backseat of the cab on your way home. Finally, you've met a man with potential! You can't wait to see him again. And then...he doesn't call. What happened? Did you say or do something to offend him?
We love going to Toys R Us and of the toy stores, because the displays are just amazingly vibrant — all the counters and walls are draped with these bright, blazing primary colors with packages designed to capture the eye and hold your attention. For us, it’s also fun going to couples’ stores where adult toys are sold, because the displays are strikingly the same, awash in primary colors with a few more bright pinks, reds and purples — though the imagery is typically far from family friendly.
Time balancing; It’s one of the most important skills to have in this day and age. Being good at it won’t get you a gig at the circus displaying your incredible flexibility for hundreds of people at a time, but it will help you stay sane in your hectic home and work schedule. One of the most difficult tasks is balancing yourself and your relationship.
There comes a time in your life when you must say goodbye to the baggage that belongs to your childhood. This is the time and our experts are here to help. Today marks the first day of our Heal Your Unhappy Childhood intensive and we've organized our life coaches and parenting & relationship experts to help you identify your issues and how to move on to a productive (and happy!) adulthood. Ready, set, GO!
Starting therapy ain't easy. That I know. Sitting down, talking to a stranger about your life - the good and the bad - is often anxiety producing. I see it in their faces. I observe it in their behaviors. It can be difficult even for people who are comfortable talking. However, take that same scenario with men who have, by and large, been raised to do the opposite of what therapy encourages and demands (to some degree) - talk about and share their thoughts and feelings while doing some soul searching. Unfamiliar territory for most men!
Dear Lisa, My boyfriend and I have been together almost a year. For the most part it’s been great, but we have had some bumps along the way. One of the biggest issues we fight about is time. I would really like to be able to spend more time with him, especially on the weekends when neither of us are working. Sometimes he’s up for that. Sometimes not.