By GalTime's Nerd Chick Andrea Eldridge Pinterest is all about what impassions you. That makes picking a few top boards about style incredibly tricky. Here are some beautiful choices that offer a glimpse into some very stylish people's lives and loves.
By Nellie Akalp for GalTime.com Do you feel like you've reached a career plateau? Have you ever wanted to launch a business, land a promotion, or change career paths... but you feel like your goal is out of reach? You may be surprised to find out that often there's nothing standing in your way besides your own self. When it comes to your career, are you your own worst enemy? Here are four common examples of self-sabotage.
Parents, teachers, extended family and neighbors recognize the special challenges of those who love and teach learning disabled children and adults. They are usually sensitive, kind and giving as small children. Because they are small in stature, people are more forgiving of what they can and cannot do. Teenagers With Learning Disabilities
Learning how to connect with an emotionally unavailable man is like learning how to gain the trust of a beaten dog.
From a 30-minute down time break when you get home to separate bedrooms and vacations and everything in between, how much personal space is enough? Well, it all depends. She says, “My husband just went into his garage again and is ignoring me! What is he mad about? He spends more time there than he does with me!” He says, “I just need some time to putz in my garage with my machines, watch a golf tournament, smoke a cigar and relax. I’m not ignoring her and who said I’m mad. The more she complains, the more I want to retreat.”
Ours was a typical anorexic story. My child could not control the outrageous, tedious and irrelevant abundance of homework she was being given in her teaching program. Nor could she control the fact that the district threw her into a classroom with no supervision, no help and no preparation, as if she had already completed her student teaching. Mine was a good child and she wanted to do her best, but between teaching three classes and taking a full load of classes herself, it was nearly impossible to control anything in her life.
For most women the end of a marriage feels like starting life completely over from scratch. So although it might feel strange, divorce can ultimately become the “best, worst thing” that ever happens. And, armed with that mindset, life after divorce can signal a new beginning. One day, your marriage will be a thing of your past; even though you may share things like children, pets, homes, and in some cases financial responsibilities, you will be able to move past it.