“I don’t get it, how do people mix passion with their career? I do love to paint but I can’t even think of taking it as a career and doing it all the time. That would be too much for me” – Katherine snapped at me and dismissed my own motto – Align with Passion! This is not the first time I got such comment, and Katherine is a good friend, so I could see where she was coming from.
Despite some of the horror stories you hear about long distance relationships, they can survive if you follow these tips and steps on making it work.
So, you fell for someone who has a child or two. Now what? First, let me congratulate you. Dating a single parent isn’t easy. You have to be patient with the time that he or she spends with their children. You have to understand how deep the bond between parent and child is; that little person in their life is the ONLY human being that they’d literally sacrifice their own life for. You will be the one who’s needs come after the kids have been tended to.
It doesn't matter who you are, famous or not, coming out of the closet will always be a challenging.
A note to those who read my blog: When one elects to become famous, the scrutiny of his or her life is intrusive and invasive. But the events disclosed do provide Teachable Moments in what makes a family succeed and what choices, if continued, will erode trust and destroy family health. In my teaching, students learn as much from discussing choices and directions of those who are famous as they do from text books.
Do you struggle to peel your partner away from the controller? Do you feel like he's cheating on you with a game? Your feelings may be valid. It's true, we don't think of gaming in the traditional way we think of infidelity, but any time your partner spends time and energy on something in a way that detracts from the relationship, that's an affair. Our expert explains.
As parents, it's up to you to keep your kids informed on modern topics and Pride Month is no exception. Here are three tips you can turn towards to help your little ones understand the LGBT community.
Have you ever found yourself giving your partner the silent treatment, rolling your eyes, or blaming your partner for your own actions? Albeit small, if these behaviors occur high in frequency and intensity they are markers that often accurately predict whether a relationship will succeed or fail.
If your water bill is high, and you find shoes all over the house, you might have a teen living with you. Read one mom's hilarious take on parenting teenagers.
A recent study explains why women feel compelled to lie about how many people they've slept with, and men feel the need to exaggerate it.