1. Start 2. Listen 3. Interrupt 4. Redirect 5. Recognize 6. Repeat as needed 1. Start a. Decide you are going to work on what it means to love yourself. It sounds so corny and unattainable, but little by little it is completely possible, and enriches your life and the lives of others. Like Marianne Williamson said “Our deepest fear is not that we
I’m going to go out on a limb here and take a risk. When you read this post, I could very well end up sounding like an egomaniac, but bear with me. You see, I, Alison Robertson, am going to quote myself. So up front I am going to ask your indulgence and beg that you know that I am not so fond of myself that I think that everything I say and do is perfect, quite the contrary, my kids teach me on a daily basis that I am indeed fallible. I do, however, like to practice what I preach, and I hope the following story illustrates that.
If a guy can't even be bothered to text you, what do you think he is saying about how high you are on his priority list?
Face it. Most of us are so busy with "life" and our never ending lists of “must-do tasks" that we don't take the time to slow down, connect and appreciate our beautiful bodies much less cultivate a sensual mindset. This prevents us from living in our feminine power. And even though we are suffering from the consequences - loss of romance, passion and intimacy - we're too tired and resigned to a "less than desirable" relationship to do anything about it.
Karen comments on the article “Reasons why a husband does not what to have sex with his wife” an article that continues to get comments daily from both men and women about their sexless marriages.
Studies show that a lack of communication is the number one reason couples break up or get divorced. Nagging is a major culprit — relentless reminders, suggestions and advice on how, when and why we should do things. But what are some of the other bad communication habits that erode away at couples?
Wendy started counseling with me because Terence, her husband of 14 years, had just expressed to her that he wanted to end their relationship. Wendy, terrified of being alone, was panicked. Within a few minutes of speaking with her in a phone session, I understood exactly the underlying cause of their relationship problems.
A new study shows children of divorced parents can suffer the effects of the breakup throughout adulthood. It is through this experience that you develop a particular mental and emotional framework about relationships.
Add CIA Director General David Petraeus' name to the list of people who have been caught cheating recently. So, what is it that people who cheat are after? Why would these successful, intelligent people risk their marriages, reputations and careers?
Dating can be a great experience for many but potentially difficult for others. Here’s three key things that you need to increase your chances of being successful in the dating world. 1. Healthy Levels of Self Esteem