If you walked into the room completely naked, your partner STILL wouldn't pay attention to you! This is how it feels for many people. It can seem like everything and everyone else are far more interesting and important to your partner than you are. the smartphone the game on tv texts from friends Facebook work the kids pets parents
By Sujeiry Gonzalez, Author of Love Trips: A Collection of Relationship Stumbles, for GalTime For many women, the first week after a breakup goes a little something like this: Hide under the covers. Sob uncontrollably while watching reruns of "Sex and the City." Play "I Will Survive" to feel empowered. Sob uncontrollably because Aretha Franklin has a man, while you are single again. Talk to your girlfriends and feel better. Take a shower. Sob uncontrollably in the shower. Repeat sequence.
I want you to know that I LOVE doing this Love Breakthrough work – helping people prepare and open themselves up to attract their soulmate. It’s very rewarding, watching the “light bulb go on” as our participants de-condition themselves from mediocre, average relationship mindsets to re-condition and prepare themselves for deeply connected, fully committed, soul-stirring Soulmate Love.
Are you addicted to struggle? Do you find it more comfortable — or just habitual — to stay in the place of “it can’t work for me, or happen to me?” than it is to figure out how to move forward or have things be easier? Dr. Sue Morter says, “Life is hard right up until it isn’t.” Ok, great, what the heck does that mean? Let’s see if I can sort it out for you.
Here are five tips fathers can use to discipline a child, while also building a strong father-child bond.
Tips to prevent Diabetes Type 2 in Teenagers Over the last decade the number of teenagers developing type 2 diabetes increased from 9% to 23%. About 3600 teens in the USA develop diabetes type 2 every year. While family history plays an important role, having a large waist size has a major influence on teens developing diabetes Have your teen see the health care provider for regular checkups and evaluation for his individual risk. .
You swear it won’t happen to you. You won’t become “her.” The one who waits by the phone for his call, checks your text messages furiously, or creeps his Facebook page to see who he’s communicating with and if god forbid there’s another woman in the picture. Yet time and again it happens, you find yourself becoming what you dread. Wouldn’t it be a relief to know that this wasn’t just your own obsessive nature but was in fact the effects of a hormone designed to proliferate the species by forging a bond between partners?
Our species is living longer, getting married later, and having children a decade (or more) later than prior generations. Due to technological innovations and advances in science and medicine, we are improving our health and as a consequence, prolonging our lives. What this means according to scientists, is that middle age is coming on later. So that by 2050, 52 years of age will be considered middle age, instead of 40 years of age, which was considered middle age in 2000.
No one but the parties involved know the actual truths about the marital life of Robert and Mary Kennedy. However, there are eight life lessons from this tragedy that every woman should take to heart.
If you or your partner has a latex sensitivity, all hope for a fun (and safer) sex life is not lost. Condom technology has come a long way, and there are some incredible alternatives to latex condoms available. In fact, non-latex condoms can even be more pleasurable for couples, regardless of latex sensitivities. Your friends at Lucky Bloke are here to share the top non-latex condom options.