How many times in your life did you find yourself facing the question: Should I accept him the way he is, should I try to change him, or should I just leave? What are some of the factors to consider when making this decision? Do we always have to know at first sight that he is "the one” or can we allow ourselves to ponder on it for a while?
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If the man you are dating has invited you to the Super Bowl, considered yourself to have a home court advantage to winning his heart if you haven’t done so already. You are his Super Bowl Sunday date of choice and with this invitation, know that he will be paying attention to signs that determine if you maybe wife potential. The excitement of Super Bowl Sunday can set ladies up to shine or falter for the occasion.
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By Sarah Foulkes, GalTime.com Kirstie Alley made a bold New Year’s resolution on the Ellen DeGeneres Show when she declared that she is going to start dating ugly men. After claiming to have dated “players,” “psychos,” and the “unwell intentioned”, Kirstie thinks that less-than-hot men might be more appreciative of her.
You know how people say that love finds you when you’re least expecting it? Well isn’t this often true when applied to different life situations? The job of your dreams lands in your lap when you already have one. The ideal situation occurs when you’re focused on something else. Ever wonder why this happens? It occurs because you’re feeing okay with your world, which is the prime opportunity for more good things to follow.
Dear Sara, I was recently in an 8-month relationship with a man whom I was starting to fall in love with, and things started getting more difficult because he recently had a baby with an ex girlfriend. I was well aware of this situation (which had happened before we even met) but thought why not give this a try because be was/is a great guy, I thought it would be worthwhile because we both felt the same for each other.
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By GalTime's Jennifer Powell-Lunder, Psy.D. These days it is hard to ignore the fact that Valentine's Day is coming. You can't go to the grocery store without noticing that the chocolate Santas have quickly been replaced with heart shaped boxes; green and red are gone; pink and red have taken over.
Imagine that Debbie Disaster decides she needs help. She is up in the middle of the night smoking a cigarette and surfing the net looking for something...anything that will give her some direction. She really needs a coach. If she types "I need a life coach" into Google, Would that work? Would she find you?
This guest article from Psych Central was written by Tamara T. Hill, M.S. The closer I get to the males in my life, both friends and family, I find that my understanding of what I call “male personality,” the constricted and restricted ways that males engage and fail to engage in our society, has been the most detrimental force in our society for ages.
By Sheryl Paul
From Thanksgiving through Valentine's Day I receive a surge of emails that express some version of the following: "My boyfriend just proposed and at first I was happy but within a few hours I started to panic. We've been together for a few years and have a great relationship: he's honest, loving, supportive, and I've been happier with him than I've ever been. I was even pushing for the proposal and I have no idea why I've become so anxious.
People in relationships get into patterns. Some work well for them and some don't. If you find yourself getting into the same bad places in your relationship, you might want to examine what you are doing to sabotage growth, resolution and intimacy in your relationships. It is easy to blame everyone else but until you look at yourself and take responsibility for fixing your part nothing will change. Here are the five ways people tend to have learned to deal with problems in relationships that don't work: