Letting go after a divorce is hard. You feel as if you are on an emotional rollercoaster and do not know how to get off. You feel confused and are constantly thinking of "If only," "What if," "I could've,” and "I should've." You are spending most of your waking day with these thoughts. You just do not understand the unfairness of it all. You thought marriage was for life. You cannot believe that this is really happening to you.
If you're wondering when is the right time to tell someone that you're divorced, you should probably be asking yourself "Should I be dating?" instead.
On a first date, striking up a conversation is crucial to a good date.
The rule about not being able to make a second first impression definitely applies to writing an online profile. Many people do not take much time and put forth very little effort into composing a meaningful description of themselves and the type of person they'd like to date.
On a recent episode of Bravo's Shahs of Sunset, Mercedes "MJ" Javid threw herself a birthday party. In lieu of presents, she asked guests to bring an eligible bachelor her to meet. Could this be the new, burgeoning trend?
Bisexuality is the new gay. By this I mean that since homosexuality is becoming increasingly acceptable in the United States, the proverbial torch has been passed to bisexuals and their allies.
Last week I was describing the concept of “Living from inside-out” to my class participants in a high tech company. The example I gave – If you target to become a VP of a company that is an “outside-in” way of seeing your goal. And that hardly works. A better way (the “inside-out” approach) of expressing it could be – I want to innovate, drive a product (what kind?) that I care (fill in in here with why you care…) and I am willing to take risks, sacrifice my comfort to ma
What could the Academy Awards possibly have to do with your love life? Well, unless you have direct access to Bradley Cooper (who proclaims that he's looking for love btw) and he decides to bring you down that red carpet as his date, you might think that those two aspirations have nothing in common.
For many of us, it is easy to have a goal and then get so busy in our lives we forget about it. In many organizations, a great plan is developed and then it sits on the shelf because the day-to-day functioning consumes all the time and focus of the employees. Certified Professional Coaches are aware that this is a barrier for clients. When clients are asked what could hold them back, they will often say “me” or “procrastination” or “laziness” as the barriers to success.