Have you been suffering from depression and feeling hopeless? Have you tried but don’t know how to change these feelings? Are you wishing for something, some “guiding light,” some technique, anything that’s will help you to get out from under the dark spell of depression? I want you to know that here is hope ! I have a step-by-step plan of actions for you to take. They are it easy to follow, because I know that when you are depressed it’s difficult to concentrate or to have energy to even read a short a
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One of the main complaints that causes couples to seek sex counseling is lack of sex. There are many reasons couples don't enjoy sex anymore. Marital conflict, depression, and stress all affect libido. One of the rarely-discussed but main reasons couples aren't having sex is because it is painful. When a woman talks about painful sex, the first thing a health care worker will think of is prescribing lubricants. This may alleviate the pain, and may cure the problem, but there are many factors that can contribute to painful sex besides dryness.
Recently, I heard this line in a movie, “You’re just horny and afraid of being abandoned,” in reference to a girl who was pining away for a boy who did not return the favor, and did not appear to love her back, or have an interest in her that mirrored her interest in him, and the statement struck me to say the least.
By Julie Orlov
We all have our own “weird” factor. For some it’s an obsession with how well they look, for others it’s anxiety about financial security. There are as many “weird” factors as there are people. It’s the way we deal with our anxieties and woundedness. It’s about our genetic code and upbringing. It’s those quirky behaviors and beliefs that are well ingrained, though most likely out of date. In other words, we all have our issues—those neurotic tendencies that show up in our own unique ways.
There's a good deal written about bad boys — how to recognize them and how to avoid getting your heart broken. The truth is they can teach us what not to do in a relationship and they can be our best teachers. But bad boys aren't the only dangerous men out there. You need to watch out for the "super nice guys" as well.
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After years of experience, I've got breaking up with guys down to a science. (A once useful skill which, now that I'm happily married, I hope I'll never have to use again!) But breaking up with friends? That's a lot tougher to do.
By Rhonda Cort
Beyonce knows… Angelina Jolie knows… Jennifer Aniston? Uh, probably not. I think Jennifer Aniston is pretty. I think she’s adorable. However, pretty and adorable will help you attract a high-caliber, quality man, but they’re practically useless when it comes to inspiring him to love you long-term! (If you know Jennifer, please forward this to her. I really do want her to have a great long-lasting love life with Justin Theroux).
Life will always have its ups and downs. This is inevitable. And in this continuous change, in this unpredictability, life meets beauty in its entire dimension. Here is where I ask myself and I invite you to do the same: How am I dancing with life? Am I meeting life with a balanced and peaceful mind and an open heart, no matter what? Am I seeing that on my side of the fence the grass is pretty green too?
Women who have abortions do not feel like they should be allowed to grieve the loss of a child there is no evidence of. And after all, you shouldn’t be permitted to grieve over a loss that you have chosen to create. Putting the missing pieces together can be confusing and overwhelming. Grieving is a necessary process of letting go and receiving closure. Our culture does women a great disfavor when we do not allow them to grieve their abortion losses. The answer seems to be not to talk about “it.”
"It's over, it's done, now let's get on with our lives. We won't ever talk about this again!" Well, this was my boyfriends' response to my abortion. Guess what we never did talk about it again. I would catch myself crying at odd times. He would roll his eyes and be so frustrated. "C'mon you're not thinking about that again are you?"