Gear up for a great Valentine’s Day by improving your relationship now—it’s easier than you think! Let the Cue Cards that follow help… 1. Act loving. Act loving as much as possible, and especially when you don't feel like it. We are hardwired to remember and avoid negative experiences. Don't push your partner away from you with negative interactions.
After years of Lance Armstrong denying the use of performance-enhancing drugs during his cycling career, his recent confession is generating intense reactions from many people. The truth is it's often easy and more comfortable in these situations for people to stand on the outside peering in through a judgmental frame.
As the President of the United States, Barack Obama takes the oath of office today, marking his second term. He makes a vow to the people of the United States that he does "solemnly swear (or affirm) that (He) will faithfully execute the office of President of the United States, and will to the best of (His) ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States."
Martin Luther King, Jr. helped revolutionize the world with his message of civil rights and justice for all. Singles looking for love can learn a few things by looking closely at what Dr. King was able to achieve through his thoughts and behavior.
You have now said goodbye to mr ex and the question is now "What's next?" Dating after divorce can be gut wrenching and intimidating, especially if you were never with anyone else, other than your ex. With Valentines Day on the horizon you may find yourself dreading the day as you see couples coming together to show their love for one another, which only exacerbates your feelings of loneliness.
Sometimes people stay in bad relationships through December because they don't want to spend the holidays alone. If you are one of those people, consider breaking up before Valentines Day.
He that cannot forgive others breaks the bridge over which he himself must pass. ~Lord Herbert Before we can begin to examine the necessity for an act of forgiveness, it is important to understand the condition that makes its’ need necessary. In other words, what must happen to us that would require the need for forgiveness? One way to think of this is that if one were to assume that forgiveness is a healing agent than one must assume that an emotional injury is present. It is possible that at times these injuries or wounds are se
Many people have a partner with a chronic illness and feel uncomfortable because they do now know what to say to comfort them, or how to support them. People with Diabetes face unique challenges as their partners are not sure what they should be eating and when they ask if certain foods are OK, they are perceived as being the Diabetes Police. When the feel their partner is eating or doing something inappropriate and they say nothing, they are perceived as uncaring. I invite you to
Why is mastering the skill of flirting a good thing if you're trying to get a date? The answer: Because men like confident women!
“Experience is what you get when you didn’t get what you wanted. It’s a phrase worth considering at every brick wall we encounter, and at every disappointment. It’s a reminder that failure is not just acceptable, it’s often essential.” Randy Pausch, The Last Lecture