Miley Cyrus is only 19 years old, and she just got engaged to Liam Hemsworth. Will it last? Well, the fact that it's a celebrity match is not favorable; celebrity couples don't have a great track record at maintaining lasting marriages. As a little pre-wedding gift, here's what Miley and Liam can do to make sure they're ready for a long and happy marriage.
Research from the University of Hawaii indicates that negative attitudes toward women persist even after they have lost weight. Researchers suggest that policies are needed to combat prejudice against the obese based on inaccurate assumptions. I do not know how such policies would work, since we have been talking about this issue for almost 50 years now without much progress. But I do know something about the emotion of shame, which tortures many people who have difficulty controlling their weight. This is the challenge overweight people face everyday.
I am turning thirty later this year and as they say, I am not getting any younger! But I can say in the past month I have felt better about myself and where I am and where I am going in a long time. Its really easy to always look in the past, see the past failures and sob over them and think about the changes you would make. Well here is a tip: YOU CAN NOT CHANGE THEM! So now that you know that look at what you want to change in the present and in the future.
How much emotional baggage are you carrying? Unresolved conflicts with anyone? Issues with ex-lovers, friends, parents, children, that are still bothering you? There will never be a better time to let go of them than right now! How to do it? Simple: Forgiveness. Simple, but maybe not easy. : ^ ) Anyway, it's what we have to do — forgive everyone who has ever hurt us!
According to Wikipedia: “A pheromone...is a secreted or excreted chemical factor that triggers a social response in members of the same species. Pheromones are chemicals capable of acting outside the body of the secreting individual to impact the behavior of the receiving individual.” In a previous post we discussed how hormones, specifically the hormone oxytocin, have a large impact on our emotions and responses in romantic relationships.
I’ve learned many things since my single days. Some are things that I regret doing and wish that I had done differently, and some are things that I regret not doing in the first place. It’s this second group that leaves your body aching with the painful regret of missed opportunities, of what could have been. If I could go back and do one thing differently, it would be that I would consciously choose to always do what I love doing. You see, when you love what you are doing, you are loving life.
I know there is no specific code for this and some women's intuition is better than others, but I am going to give some tips. In the past it was taboo for women to approach men while they are out with their girls. But now more often than not it seems women have been mustering up their confidence to talk to a guy they find attractive. So, how do you know when it's time to walk away? Well, if he is not giving you eye contact and looking around is one good sign.
Your life has been going fairly smooth. You really don’t have anything to complain about. You have all the necessities. You’re in a decent relationship. Everything is status quo. So why do you feel so “bad?” For some of you, feeling “bad” might equate to feeling “indifferent” or it might precipitate anger or resentment? Regardless of what emotion it evokes, you are left feeling confused. Believe me, I understand. I have been here, more times that I would like to admit.
Every daughter needs a male role model, even if he is a stand-in father. How daughters relate to males is based on what they observe and experience with their own fathers or father stand-ins. Let's take a look at fathers and celebrate how a father's love protects his daughter. Since father's are doers, let's also celebrate what they do.
Cats aren't the only ones that have nine lives. Apparently, Lindsay Lohan does too. Is there someone in your family who is using and abusing, dancing with death and taking risks that terrify you? Here are five tips to help you detach from the drama and keep your wits about you.