Online dating is all the rage these days but is that really the best way to meet a mate? Dating coach Vana Koutsomitis offers an alternate solution: go online to find singles events near you. Read on to learn more about the research and why it's important to date many people before you find 'the one.'
This holiday season to reduce stress, take the time for effective communication to figure out what on your to-do list is important to you and your family, and what can be skipped.
Divorce coach Leila Reyes shares the three practices divorced women can do if they want to bring their sexy back. Read on to learn the tips and to see if you still have what it takes (you do!) to bring the boys back to the yard.
Cultivate self-love and gratitude for yourself with these 5 tips!
The holiday season is in full swing, but for those of us who are contemplating divorce or are feeling the blow full-force, the holiday may not seem so cheery and bright. If you are going through a divorce, be encouraged to seek out help before making any final decisions.
Relationship coach Dr. Tina Tessina offers married couples an inside look into the three practices that will help their relationship flourish and succeed.
As a Boy Scout in the 40’s I knew instinctively that the Boy Scout Manual was a huge lie—it stated unequivocally that masturbation led to everything from acne to seizures, epilepsy, and insanity! Fortunately, I never bought the lie! To me masturbation was normal and healthy and I indulged from at least age 4, reaching a peak of one to seven times daily during my teens. I grew up in an era before effective birth control and in a society where the curse of a lifetime for a girl was to become pregnant before marriage. Thus, masturbation was my continuing friend until marriage.
Dear Nina: My wife and I have been married for 12 years and have two children – a 9-year-old boy and 7-year-old girl. We have a difficult, unhappy marriage. There’s no outward fighting or drama, and our young children may not know there’s a problem. But my wife and I rarely have meaningful talks or display affection. We’ve become essentially roommates. We would like to divorce but are worried about the impact on our young kids. Our marriage isn’t completely intolerable. So should we stay together for the kids’ benefit?
The holidays can be very stressful, but with the advice of your personal development coach and some meditation, you can stay calm, joyful, and happy this holiday season.
Moving in together and starting a new life can be a bigger challenge than expected. Before taking the next step with your partner, consider these certain emotional and financial commitments.