Have you ever met a person that they moment they open their mouth you think, “What a cocky #@$%!” Mr. Swagger with the "Hey babes," dropping like flies The Gal with the chastity belt so tight that she reeks of Essence de' BITCH And, of course the "I've got the answer for everything and you don't" person Irritating, frustrating, and completely draining. Yet, on the other hand, might there just be a chance that these people are confident and not cocky assholes?
Was Valentines Day special? Did it help you to remember that you mean something to your partner? I hope so. After all, that's the purpose of this day. However, now it's over. So, does that mean waiting another 364 days until you can be reminded of how special you are?
Relationships of all kinds provide us with the opportunity to enter the “advanced spiritual growth” university, if used that way. And with each lesson learned from the challenges presented, we rise to more and more moments of heavenly joy and peace. We need these challenges on earth to be our best.
Who doesn’t love chocolate? But how much did YOU eat by Valentine’s Day? According to Nielsen’s, we buy more than 58 million pounds of chocolate candy during Valentine’s week alone, about $345 million worth. That’s just over 5 percent of total chocolate sales for the whole year.
I am not a doctor but through my extensive experience in dating I have learned a lot about the male species. The good, the bad, and the downright dirty and wrong. Here are my tips of how to know when your boyfriend is cheating. 1. You stopped getting intimate. If your man isn't getting it from you (unless you are both extremely religious), he is getting it from somewhere else. Don't trust him if he consistently says he's tired or not in the mood.
At times, our fears and anxieties may seem too powerful to overcome, however there is one person who is stronger than your fears and that is the power of God. God can be a powerful ally in overcoming our fears, however a person must know where to begin. The key is to talk to God about your problem and then use him as your main foundation in overcoming your fears. A person can go to church or to a quiet place during the day to tell God that they are having a problem. They should tell God how they feel and ask God for some of his help.
“For beautiful eyes look for the good in others; for beautiful lips, speak only words of kindness; and for poise, walk with the knowledge that you are never alone.” ~ Audrey Hepburn When I read the above quote I reflected on many of my clients who feel deeply isolated and lonely during this season of love. After the death, divorce or break up with a significant other, it is easy to look at your life and feel very alone.
There are many sources of help for someone who deals with addiction, fear and depression. Here are a few suggestions on where a person can go to get help. 1.Seek Help From A Professional Talk to a qualified counselor who can help you manage your fears and anxieties. They will be able to provide you with additional advice and insights on how to deal with your current problem. 2. Go To Your Local Hospital
Parenting does not always have to be a stressful job. There are ways to take care of your kids without always getting stressed out. Here is a list of techniques that a person can use to help manage their daily stresses and anxieties while taking care of the kids. Share the responsibilities of being a parent with your spouse. Do not try to do everything all at once. If you and your spouse can learn to work together then parenting will not be as stressful. Your stress will decrease when you share the responsibilities in taking care of the kids.
As a Health Coach, I enjoy the unending creative ways in which we can make small improvements in our everyday to feel better. In addition, I enjoy reading and learning so that I can brainstorm solutions with my clients in a co-generative atmosphere of true collaboration. The most important point is to not judge ourselves too harshly. Every situation has its dynamics and we can all seek support to move forward with more ease.