Sometimes relationships don't work; it happens. Our expert reveals advice for moving on from the break-up and finding someone you geuninely appreciates you.
After finding myself single at 40, I got serious about looking for love. That's when I met Paul, the man I eventually married. Despite completely different backgrounds and careers, I knew that I had found my soulmate.
All relationships have problems; some are small, some are big. If you are having relationship problems right now, there's one thing you do not want to be doing as it can cause possible further problems - and our expert revals what it is.
Codependency is a thing that has plagued people for many years and raise several questions? Am I too dependent on my partner? Is this not a healthy relaltionship? How can I stop being codependent? Our expert revals the myth behind this issue and what codepenency really means in a relationship.
In honor of mother’s day, and trying to help singles moms out there not only find a great guy, but keep the relationship going strong, I thought I would help by outlining common dating mistakes single moms make as well as give a few suggestions how to prevent them. #1 Introducing the children too soon to your date or new love interest. Introducing your child too soon to your date or special someone is one of the biggest mistakes you can make. Single dads are guilty of making this mistake, also. These guys are perfectly fine with you having a child, but you change the dynamic before you really get to know the person by introducing surly teens, or crying toddlers. Keep that romance alive, or the possibility of it, for as long as possible between just the two of you. Sure, he may have children also, and think it’s a good idea for everyone to go to the zoo. When he never calls you again after the kids argued all day, you will know why.
Whatever troubles we're experiencing, we often have shame that these difficulties are even upon us. We fear judgment being passed upon is and lack the self-trust to comfortably tells someone what we're going through. Our expert reveals how holding back can only further cause problems in the future and how to better handle the situation in the present.
There is so much pressure on athletes to perform well that often their psychilogical well being suffers. However, with a new approach called mindfulness-acceptance-commitment (MAC), athletes are on their way to better mental health and better performance as well.
Many brides feel that their wedding has to be a big and over-the-top celebration. But sometimes, it's the simplest celebrations that mean the most. Our expert reveals why her unconventional method of elopement was the best thing she could have done,
Unfortunately, it's easy to let anger contaminate our relationships. When we give in to anger, we lose control in the moment and then feel guilty for the damage it does to our loved ones. So how can we take better control of our emotions?
Mother's Day for women who have had a voluntary pregnancy termination, or abortion, can be just as unhappy as Valentine's Day for people in bad relationships. On a day that motherhood is embraced and celebrated, many women experience sadness over their choice and are reminded of "what might have been."