So you're talking to and hanging out with this guy you really like. You REALLY like him - enough to want to start dating him. But how do you know if he wants the same? How do you go about doing it? Read and find out.
We all want our relationships to be perfect, but sometimes they don't work out this way. Sometimes they fall under the dreaded title of "Dysfunctional." Is your relationship emotionally challenged, lacking in communication? Your relationship may be dysfunctional. Here's a few steps for how to tell if you relationship is dysfunctional and how to improve it.
ADD-Autism treatments can very expensive. Luckily there are treatments that can be done at home that are less than a quarter of the cost done elsewhere. Read on to learn about these treatments.
I love sex. I don’t deny it. I have enjoyed sex from a very young age and I find it healthy to have sex. Now before you gasp and pass judgment on the “very young age” comment, I’m referring to my voyeuristic child views of sex and intimacy. I don’t know if as a child I was more in tune with my sexuality, or if it was because I was going through my pre-pubescent years during the late 60’s and early 70’s. You know, the era of free-love. Guys walking around with their shirts unbuttoned exposing their happy trails.
Relationships can come unglued for so many reasons -- lack of satisfying sex, boredom, money conflicts, infidelity, etc. However, in working with thousands of singles and couples from around the globe, I have discovered that men have deep needs that if not met, will lead them to intentionally or unintentionally sabotage your relationship. These 'secret' relationship wreckers are rarely spoken of because they are shame-inducing and often, hidden to the man himself.
Living a healthy love life begins with uncovering childhood patterns in a very direct and practical way.
Usually, we refer to femme fatales as sirens. But what if being a siren meant that your beauty and your capacity to give and receive pleasure were so magnetic that you naturally attracted high-quality men as life partners? Wouldn't that make being a siren positive, sexy and fun? Learn more at the Become Your Inner Siren Telesummit, available online for free (May 18-20).
Angelina Jolie has been a big news item in the past few days. And rightfully so. To have both breasts removed, and next, her ovaries, is not the usual way we hear of women doing things to prevent cancer. But before I talk about what it means as a woman, let me say that her case is fairly unusual "because more than 99% of women do not have BRCA1 -- or BRCA2, for that matter." So hopefully, women will not begin to think this is something they should do to prevent breast cancer. Without the presence of BRCA1, the best prevention for all disease is to eat well (and I mean EXTREMELY well), exercise regularly, avoid stress, and be happy. Now I want to talk about the self-image and emotional perspective of what Angelina Jolie has brought to the forefront of thinking. Can a woman who has had her breasts removed still feel like a woman?
Popular psychologist Joyce Brothers died at age 85 on Monday, May 13. She had staying power because of her enduring wisdom. That's why I want to share three of her quotes about love that have had impact on my work as a therapist.
Nobody quite knows what to say when they discover their partner is having an affair? What can you say? You trusted in and believed in your partner and you feel let down and hurt. Here are some ways you can communicate to your partner how you feel and to see whether or not you want to give your relationship another chance.