Moving from casual dating to a serious relationship to the final stage — getting married — is a gradual process for most people. Unlike the whirlwind marriages we read about in romance novels, for most couples it’s not a decision made quickly or lightly. Nor should it be — if one is serious about making a marriage last.
I recently had the opportunity to travel to Kurdistan Iraq and to share in the re-launch of Piro Magazine. I have been contracted to work with them as English editor and to submit my own articles for publication. What a great adventure! The following article has been published and printed in Piro Magazine (December 2012).
Does all the hype about Valentine's Day have you ready for romance? If so, you're going to need a date. Here are some simple strategies to help you find a date for love's biggest day. 1. Stop making excuses. Do these statements sound familiar? "After work slows down, I'll go to a meetup," or "I'll put up a profile after I lose the holiday weight." We tell ourselves these stories because we're afraid of getting hurt. But without risk, there is no reward. And what would be more rewarding than a fabulous Valentine's date?
As a relationship Coach, I work with a lot of women all over the world and I’ve helped countless women transform their relationships with the men in their lives. Now I’m not talking about just significant others and spouses, either. I’m talking about fathers, sons, peers, etc.
January and February are prime time for scammers and catfish to appear in the online dating world. Valentine's Day is a prime time for singles to search for love. As a site owner of FindYourPlusOne.com, increasing security and reducing the risk of clients being scammed is a top priority. Clients should always be cautious when communicating with new people online. Scam artists use an arsenal of emotional weaponry to prey on kind-hearted singles looking for love. These include attractive photos, sad stories, aliases, and sucker lists they share with fellow scammers.
I drove down to visit my mom in the hospital today, because she was having heart problems along with psychological issues. As I drove into the hospital I went the wrong way and did not even notice the spiked steel tire slathers which I drove over, creating a flat tire. I thought to myself do I have a black cloud hovering over my head, this horrible divorce I am going through will it ever end?
Many people in a relationship want to know if they need to move on to a new partner if passion goes out the back door. They also ask if it is possible to maintain passion or even grow it in a committed relationship. The good news is that research shows you can maintain and develop more passion in a committed relationship by introducing some innovative activities with your partner both in and out of the bedroom!
There are two main areas of energies in motion (emotions), and they are love and fear. There are many terms that fall under each area: happiness, hope, sadness, and pain. Ultimately, these emotions are created from either love or fear. Each human being on this planet is created by love and fear is an energy that is learned. Ever wonder how babies respond joyfully to love even if it is literally right after they were crying?
There are couples who constantly break up with partners every two months, only to date the next, eerily similar candidate. So, why do we pick lovers that break our hearts?
I DARE YOU. Look at who you think loves you the deepest, hold their hands, look at them straight in the eye, and ask them, “Do you love me enough to wipe my ass?” I could guarantee you that this is one moment in your life you will never forget. First of all, it is a freaking mortifying, if not hilariously awkward question to ask someone special in your life. I bet most people, If not all, have not asked this question to anyone. You are chuckling right now as your mind races with thoughts on this, right? The very idea of it is gross, probably repulsive to some.