Your heart is pounding, it’s racing. Your mind is mush. It’s hard to think. Taking a deep breath, you try not to cry or show any emotion. There is a slight tremor in your hand. You feel like crap and are worried you look like crap. The internal dialogue goes: “Oh please dear God don’t let me cry in front of him! Breathe, just breathe. What if I start crying! I don’t want to cry! I hope he doesn’t look good. Maybe I’ll see him and feel nothing. OK, my coach said just look him in the eye and ask how his trip was. I just have to remember the words.
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It’s summer – the days of making fireworks, one-night-stands, and dressing in less. Are you prepared for your summer of love? Most sexy single girls think that their beach bag is complete with bottle of sunscreen, a pair of flip flops, and a tube of lipstick but times have changed. Here are 7 ways to be ready for whatever summer throws at you.
I hear over and over from women who email or meet with me: "Why can’t I allow myself to be vulnerable with men?" Or: "How come I feel like running every time he seems to take our relationship to the next level." Theresa, an outgoing twenty-nine year old, reflects on an interesting trend she has noticed in romantic relationships when she says, "I always tend to go for guys who don’t make a lot of money. I think it’s because I like to be in control of money. I like to know a guy needs me or might depend on me."
Popular in today’s culture among many college students, hook-ups do create anxiety and depression rather than a sense of well-being according to a recent study led by researchers from California State University, Sacramento. The results suggest “casual sex was positively associated with psychological distress.”
Despite my best efforts as a counselor to help couples negotiate the choppy waters of relationship distress, many of them simply don't make it. In the beginning, we set an appointment and begin the process. Many of their problems have gone unresolved for months, even years. So why can't they make it work?
As a Parent Coach and Radio Host, I am often questioned by “experts” and other parents in regard to my feelings on the latest “Hot Topics” of Parenting. These days, the hottest of them all are: Electronics use, Getting kids off the couch, Chores and Discipline. In my opinion, they all kind of intertwine, and how we handle one of them is how we handle all of them. And I think I handle them pretty much the way mom did.
Think your profile picture isn't important to finding love online? Think again! Our expert believes that 95 percent of the decision to contact you is based on your photo. That's why he researched 20 million people to come up with the '20/20 Photo Report' — 20 tips to taking the best profile picture.
How to spend money is the number one argument couples fight about and, if left unresolved, can lead to divorce. According to a recent article, the upside of marriage is the health benefits of being together, while the downside is the stress of unresolved financial goals can negate that benefit. Oftentimes, we marry someone who has a different view regarding finances. So how do you reconcile those differences? Our expert shares her advice.
One expert discusses her battle with body image and weight. Read how to overcome weight problems and love yourself.