by Barbara Greenberg, PhD for GalTime.com 5 Ways We Can Save our Teen Boys After all of these years of listening to parents talk about their teenage sons and daughters, I can say with tremendous confidence that there is much more focus on the mental health and emotional well-being of daughters.
Saying that communication is the key to a healthy relationship is like saying that an engine is a relatively important part of your car. It really shouldn’t need to be said, anymore. But knowing that and acting on it are two different experiences. If communicating well was such an easy thing for couples, then why do so many couples have trouble doing it? The truth is that speaking from the heart is one of the most difficult things we do. When we have disagreements with the ones we love, it can lead to very emotional conversations and arguments.
by Jené Luciani for GalTime.com She’s arguably the world’s most famous female soccer player, scoring more goals than most male and female players alike in her lengthy career (take that, David Beckham). After retiring from the sport in 2004, 40-year old Mia Hamm settled into life in Los Angeles as a wife and mother of three (she married former MLB shortstop Nomar Garciaparra in 2003) but has yet to slow down.
by SMF Marcus Osborne for GalTime.com As a man I can personally attest to men’s particular brand of cluelessness. The countless missed signals contributing to ineffectual attempts at communication by the Adam gender has caused many Eve’s heads to explode. Sure, a gargantuan chunk of couples’ misunderstandings could be avoided with ease if women would…oh, I dunno…maybe be more direct.
Are you in the early stages of dating a man and wondering if he is as serious about you and you are about him? Are you trying really hard not to ruffle his “commitment feathers” by asking him how he feels about you? Are you, instead, trying your best to show him what a great catch you are by being the sweet, fun-time, easy-breezy gal on the outside (even if you are cru
Breaking up is hard to do, is more complicated than one may think. Our bodies not only get attracted to another human on a mental level but a chemical level as well. When that attachment gets broken our bodies will go through a phase of withdrawal. Not only does our mind long for that person but the loss of the chemical connection literally sends a message to the brain or the brain sends a message to the body that simulates pain. A broken heart for many people is the same pain sensation of getting physically hurt.
This guest article from Pysch Central was written by Linda Sapadin, Ph.D. Narcissists can be horribly frustrating. Everyone probably knows one — people who are so wrapped up in themselves, so demanding and demeaning, that they leave no room for anyone else. Sounds like a horrible person.
Where can you find single lesbians? Single gays? Trans folk? Where are the bisexuals? If I've heard it once, I've heard it a million times — "There's no one to date where I am!" Not true.
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