I received a wonderful book for Christmas titled “How to Be Like Women of Influence – Life Lessons from 20 of the Greatest”. I’ve read it chapter by chapter one each day as part of my New Year’s Begin Again - Begin Within practices. Topics include: Compassion, Love, Courage, Resolve, Values, Sincerity, Wisdom, Strength, Vision, Persistence, Daring, Steadfastness, Empathy, Faith, Focus, and Integrity - developing a perfect prescription for a New Year and New Me.
Common sense says that the choice was the closure. Unfortunately, for many women this isn’t the case. Grieving the loss incurred because of a decision for choice is the last step in the process that will bring closure. As a licensed therapist who has herself made a decision for choice, I am familiar with the grieving process that can accompany the option of choice. Through my own journey of processing and resolving that choice, I discovered the concept of disenfranchised grief.
Be honest. What do you see first when looking at your naked body in the mirror? Do you immediately go for a flaw? Do you instantly obsess over something you don't like?
Dear Dr. Romance: I am a gentle young graduate of about 30 years. Throughout my staying on the campus, I decided not to enter into any real relationship that could eventually lead to marriage (I mean I had nothing in common with girls). Now, I need a life partner, wish must be a graduate like me, pretty and most, God fearing. I don't want to be a victim of any Jezebel. Please help me out. I want to get married latest next year. Dear Emmanuel:
By Lauri Loewenberg, Dream Expert and Author for GalTime.com According to a recent study at the University of Montreal, sex dreams make up about 8 percent of all dreams for both men and women. Society’s openness regarding sex, coupled with our growing interest in understanding dream content has taught us that, surprisingly, sex dreams are rarely about sex at all - no matter how saucy they might be.
Let the New Year Begin!!! Forget about setting resolutions, instead commit to living on the edge of your comfort zone. You sure would be in good company considering Dianne Feinstein and a bevy of other iconic females I recently saw interviewed said the key to a happy and fulfilling life involves taking risks and stepping out of your safety zone. According to these empowered women, that’s when life becomes magical and you are truly living into your genius and greatness.
One of the best ways to blow off steam is to do something childish or silly. It is an escape from reality and it brings a new perspective to our stress-shrouded days.
Many women struggle with getting over a break up or devastating dating disappointment. If this has happened to you recently or even in the past, my heart goes out to you. But, holding on for years after a break up, is like giving your power away to that man. I know a lot about this since I lost 18 years of my young single life over my college boyfriend! Here are seven surefire ways to get over a break up, recover from the loss and move on:
“Midlife crisis.” When I hear those 2 words, images of gray haired men driving new sports cars and divorcing their wives of 30 years for a sexy young thing spring to mind. Many people think that only men go through a midlife crisis, when the truth is, women do too. The difference is in why and how each gender handles it.