This topic may seem like a never ending & repetitive discussion amongst men & women today but there is a reason for that! Many people continue to ignore those spidey senses or better known as their gut intuition. We all want a relationship so badly that we will overlook so many of the obvious obstacles.
I am sure by now you have heard the report that was on Good Morning America (GMA) about a new weight loss procedure, known as the K-E diet, which has become increasingly popular with brides, so they can be skinny for their special day. This procedure promises to shed 20 pounds in 10 days. Brides to be are fed a continuous slow drip of protein and fat mixed with water that runs into their stomach via a feeding tube inserted thru the nose (nasogastric tube, NG tube). The 800-calorie a day diet allows the body to burn off fat through a process called ketosis.
When a relationship ends, it's natural to miss certain things about your ex. At one point in time, you loved them (or at least really liked them) and didn't think there was anyone else in the world you'd rather be with. But somehow along the way, things changed and you've parted ways. There's a difference between missing certain qualities about your ex-the way he filled your car up with gas or someone to cuddle with for example and flatout holding on to them, hoping for a reconciliation. Here are three ways to tell if you're not over your e
After a breakup, particularly one you didn't initiate, you may find your confidence crushed. Your mind jumps from being rejected by one man to all the men who ever left you in the past and all the men you think will ever leave you in the future. You blow up this one breakup into meaning the end of love in your life forever. If this is you, you're not alone. Many women, including myself, have felt the deep devastation of a breakup and felt it was the end of the world.
When we think of staying healthy, things like maintaining an ideal weight and strong muscles, a strong immune system and a healthy heart come to mind. It wasn't until fairly recently, however, that widespread attention had been given to the connection between physical and mental health. Today, the number of people suffering from mood disorders and neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's Disease (AD) is on the rise.
Whether you have a sweet tooth or not, there’s a delicious stimulation of the senses that occurs when you live your truth. Hard as it may seem to believe or understand, living as your “true self” is like a delicious taste of Godiva chocolate. Intense flavor, rich sensual stimulation, deep seeded satisfaction...and yes I am still talking about the chocolate. However, coming out and into your truth has a similar effect, even though at times you may ask yourself “Where’s the sweetness in this journey?”
Do you and your family have health insurance? The U.S. Supreme Court will soon decree whether the U.S. Government is allowed to force you to buy health insurance. Whether you like the notion of forcing everyone to buy it or not, the first question to ask is: What is "health insurance"? As defined by the Supreme Court and the Government and most people nowadays, "health insurance" is the act of paying a monthly fee in order that any services or products you obtain from the medical industry will be paid for (wholly or partly) by people other than you.
I am not here to say sex is right or wrong—it isn’t…right or wrong. It’s a biological function often associated with heavy breathing, sucking face, and a bleary anticipation, however repressed, of Happily Ever After… unless, of course, it’s not! Which is rare, unless you’re a pro at shutting off your feeling center. In any case, it’s precisely the After part that I am after right here and now.
Johnny and I have read many books on soulmate love and some of them say something to the effect of, "It's inevitable. You and your soulmate are divinely connected. You're meant to be together and so no matter what, you will find him or her." Our research and experience shows us that this line of thought is just not true! You and your soulmate are divinely connected. It's not inevitable, however. Soulmate connections are intended. Action is then taken to support those intentions, consistently, and then the connection happens.
If your potential romances seem to fizzle out without an apparent reason, you may be stuck in dead-end dating habits without knowing it. Find out how one dating coach used her Harvard Business School savvy to develop a bold dating strategy that could transform your dead-end dating habits. What is this bold dating strategy? Bestselling author and Harvard MBA, Rachel Greenwald, recommended that you do a dating exit interview of your ex-dates to get feedback on what went wrong or right so that you can improve your interactions with future dates.