One thing that is often overlooked in coaching, or even when helping your best friend with a problem, is if you are coaching the individual, you are only coaching half the story. A global approach to wellness means that health is emotional, mental, and physical. A global approach to making it happen is looking at an entire environment of success.
Valentine’s day is an invented holiday that has become fraught with expectations and promises along with hurt and fake joy! Let’s challenge the meaning of this once a year time, and stop feeling wasted emotions. This one day of the year really has no meaning. It is a waste of time, energy, emotion, and love!
In hopes of stimulating your special time together, I offer the following date night ideas perfect for any parent.
By Marcus Osborne for GalTime.com All of our lives, we’re advised against allowing ourselves to fall in love too fast. They (whoever “they” are) tell us that love should happen deliberately, gradually, over a moderate amount of time to have truly legitimate long-term potential. That certainly sounds like sound advice. A cautious approach to new love is never in any way inappropriate. Better safe than sorry.
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By Terri Trespicio for GalTime.com One of my coaching clients said to me recently, "I just want to find a nice guy." I had to call bullshit on her. Especially since she had just finished telling me that the most significant relationship of her adult life was this sexy but slippery beast of a man whom she couldn't say no to. And he knew it. This was a man whom she had dated, then not dated, then sorta dated.
Dating can be stressful. The search for love can be long, arduous and met with challenges. Personalities may clash. Lies may be told and people may not be as fabulous as they are in person as they seem to be online. These situations can create stress and aggravation for even the most level headed and calm individual.
I am often asked whether I conduct background checks on my male clients. I own a boutique matchmaking service that caters to professional men seeking long- term relationships and marriage. I get to know my clients as best I can, often visiting their homes and getting detailed feedback from their matches. But even a criminal background check cannot guarantee how a person will behave, or whether they will snap.
Dear Dr. Romance: I'm a single mom, of a teenage son. I was never married to his dad (if you want to call him that). I have the hardest time finding a relationship cuz I am on SS income and I am judged by that. I am a loving person, the good guys want a woman that works or is very active. I'm not able to do either. So how can I find a good man to love me for me? Dear Reader:
In a recent study, participants ranked sex first and alcohol second on a list of things that make them happy. Meanwhile, childcare came in fifth place, begging the question: Why do people prefer sex and booze to kids?