By Marina Sbrochi for GalTime.com Hooray for you! You managed to make it through pregnancy and deliver a beautiful baby. Or perhaps you waited way too long to adopt a beautiful baby. Either way, the baby is home -- now what? Worry! That’s what it seems new moms seem to do best.
By Barbara Greenberg, PhD, Teen Parenting Expert for GalTime.com In my role as a psychologist who talks to individual teens and groups of teens several times a week, I came up with an idea to do a poll with them. I asked them to air their top grievances about their parents so that I could keep parents everywhere in the know. Next, I am going to poll what teens like the most about their parents.
By Suzanne Shaffer, GalTime College Coach for GalTime.com In March, mailboxes across this country will be flooded with college admissions offers to anxiously waiting students. Most colleges send out admission acceptances during this month, along with their financial aid packages. They request that you return your “reservation” card by May 1st.
By Sheila Blagg for GalTime.com Now that you are divorced or otherwise single, what are you looking for? You’ve probably been asked that question, or a variation of it, many times, and it’s not always easy to pin down an answer. Most of us can readily identify what we don’t want, but putting a finger on exactly what we’re looking for in a partner and/or a relationship is often a difficult task.
For so long in my life I was held back by an inner belief that I wasn't good enough. I had a nasty inner critic or Gremlin as they are called. Most of us have a nasty Gremlin inside of us that directs every area of our lives. It decides what we will do or won't do, What we want and don't want. The type of treatment we will accept from people we allow into our lives. I know for me, mine festered inside me for most of my life.
Life is definitely a process not a destination. During this process you will go through ups and downs, which are inevitable, yet you have the power of choice during each step in the process. You do not have to wait until a “mid life crisis”, graduation or loss of weight to reinvent yourself. Reinventing, is defined by most dictionaries as changing something so much that it appears entirely new and/or taking up a radical new way of life. It is when you decide to change.
Everything happens for a reason… yeah right… or so I believed… by Laura Kendall Everything happens for a reason. Yeah right! Or so I believed. For many years it has been impossible for me to wrap my mind around this saying. I've been on a never-ending quest of WHY. A quest that finally ended just a few days ago when I started reading a book titled - Everything happens for a reason (finding the true meaning of the events in our lives) by Mira Kirshenbaum.
As a specialist in marriage rescue, here are the eight steps that Dr. Susan Heitler recommends for her clients who come to treatment feeling hopeless about their relationships.
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The truth is you never know and in some cases you never know the answers to the many “why” questions that are associated with online dating. The difference between online dating and meeting someone at a bar is the personal interaction which instantly develops a relationship. When you meet someone online you are simply a number until the first meeting. So when someone never texts you but will always respond when you text, when someone just randomly stops responding after weeks of great conversation, and when someone blows off your plans three or four times… You si