Are you frustrated or confused about your "feminine power" and how it relates to your relationship? If you think you are doing everything “right” but you’re feeling less than happy you are not alone. Many women feel stuck and wonder why their relationships aren’t flowing - totally unaware of what they are doing to co-create their experience. Reflect on this relationship advice to see if you've fallen prey to any of these 3 traps.
1. ”You look good, for your age…” OH MY GOSH!!! Don’t EVER say anything that even resembles this faux compliment! Any woman past the age of 21 is going to be offended by that comment, even if you really meant it as a compliment. The problem is, our western society praises youth and all things young. The pressure to maintain a youthful appearance is on most women’s radar once they hit their mid-thirties.
I mean, excitement is fun and all but sometimes, you just want someone to be a normal person. No drama, no extreme issues, no quirky hangups, no excessive baggage — just cool and normal.
Stripping will boost your confidence and make you feel sexy. After you try this, your guy may be in favor of throwing a few dollar bills your way.
This time of year, many of us get excited about choosing a costume and wearing it. Why can this feel like such a confidence booster? And why do we still look forward to it so much?
Gifts are tokens of our love and rarely have the lasting effect that time together sears within one’s emotional mequality timemory. Spending quality family time with each child, spouse, parent or friend gives the message that they are uniquely valued, tremendously loved and that they hold a very special place in your heart.
What? How can I compare your new boyfriend to a dog? Just like with Pavlov’s method of ringing a bell and getting a dog to drool, it’s that simple to train your man to get your juices flowing.
While death and the horror movie go together like candy corn and costumes, this tender little movie brings the love of a boy for his dog and the shock of sudden loss to a new generation of kids and their parents.
We asked 105 mental health professionals the following question: How long should a parent wait before starting to date again after a divorce? The plurality of experts agree that there's no [time] requirement; as soon as they'd like is just fine. Still, while it's up to parents to use their best judgment about when to start dating again, there are some rules all divorcés should follow when it comes to revving up the romance again. Here they are, in no particular order.
As hurricane Sandy ripped across the east coast, one thing remained intact: the strong bond and love of family.