"Why" is usually the hardest and most painful question to address after someone cheats. It's easier to answer "where," "when" and "how," but those questions rarely offer the answers that fill your deepest needs. "Why?" is the one resounding question that will echo through your mind long after an affair.
In the latest headline news, and in advance of his book, "The Soundtrack of My Life," music mogul Clive Davis plucks the third letter — "B" for bisexual — from the LGBT acronym to define his own sexual orientation.
For my contribution to this book, I wanted to focus in on how the job market has changed and also how the recession has influenced the job market this time around more than any other time in our history. Since I live in the United States, this is where the focus of my contribution will be.
The following is part of an excerpt from the new book, You Lost him at Hello: From dating to “I Do” – secret strategies from one of America’s top dating coaches (HCI, 2013), by Jess McCann
Whether you are of Irish decent or not, many American’s celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. If you are feeling Irish today, start thinking about how you can leverage the luck to turn your romantic life around. As a dating coach for women, I recommend jump starting this potentially powerful shift on the three heart-shaped leaves of a shamrock:
by Brandi Koskie for DietsInReview.com for GalTime.com Going out to eat at a big chain restaurant is already blurring the lines of managing a healthy diet and fully splurging. No matter what you order, the calories, fat, and sodium are incredibly high. Once you add on appetizers, drinks, and those larger-than-life desserts, you’ve eaten a couple of days’ worth of calories. You know it’s true as you waddle back to your car and pray for the forgiveness of stretchy pants awaiting you at home.
by Laura Seldon for GalTime.com It may be dark and cold outside, but that doesn't mean your mood can't be bright and warm. If you’re feeling beat down by winter’s dreary days and long nights, never fear! You can beat those winter blues by eating lots of greens -- and plenty of other foods in a vast array of colors. Here are ten yummy ways to boost your mind and stay positive through the end of winter’s coldest days.
By Suzanne Shaffer, GalTime College Coach for GalTime.com It’s no shock to any parent that the cost of college tuition has been rising steadily each year. With four-year college costs up in the hundreds of thousands, of dillars parents and students may think that college is out of their grasp. But nothing could be further from the truth.
by Dr. James G. Wellborn for GalTime.com Most teens are going to drink before they get out of high school. By 18, 69.4% of teens have tried alcohol, 41.5% drank within the last month, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Some of these kids will abuse it (15.8% binge drink) and get lost in it (4.4% heavy drinking).
By Mary Schwager, Consumer Watchdog for GalTime.com “You’re fired!” Those two little words are something most people hate to say, but in the search for The One, you may want to consider it. Of course, unless he really deserves it, you may not want to just belt it out just like "The Donald"... but it's actually a very Trump like way to re-think how you run your love life: Like a business!