Would You Want To Be Married To You? I know that this might appear to be a strange question, yet I’m serious about it! Would you want to be married to you? In this world, so many people are self-centered and want to know what’s in it for them. Their relationships, whether personal or business, are about what they are going to get, and seldom about what they are going to give.
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By Carol Allen
By Carol Allen Let me tell you a sad, but all—too common, story. A client of mine had met a great new guy. He'd been treating her really well — going out of his way to help her with a big business drama with a man from her past, and even helping her with her taxes. (Can you say SAINT?) Things were going so well, in fact, that he'd even included her in a dinner party with his three best friends and his mother — all within seven weeks!
By Joe Amoia
Have you ever had a man tell you after your date that he had a great time and that he'd call you? Over the next couple of days you wait with nervous excitement for the phone to ring and each time it does you jump up, race over to the phone, check the caller ID and then feel a huge sense of disappointment as you realize it's not him. As the days pass you go over the date in your mind over and over looking for answers as to why he's not calling.
Question: The last time I was getting oral sex I lost my erection and now it happens often. Why does this happen and what can I do to stop it? This can be a very common experience. As rapidly as blood engorges your penis to make it erect, the blood can just as quickly drain away leaving you limp. In fact, many men also lose their erections during sexual intercourse.
"Catherine, I wanted you to be the first to know.... I got engaged last weekend!" Before Sarah and I met, she was 38, wanted to have children of her own and hadn't dated in 5 years. 8 months later she sent me an email with her good news! Now she is planning her wedding! Ready to March into March with an action plan for melting your self sabotage patterns before Spring? Could there be a wedding for you in 2011?
INTRODUCTION Nothing gets the heart pumping quite like the nervous anticipation that goes along with going out on a first date with a guy. Whether it's a blind date or someone you're already acquainted with, the first meeting with a dating prospect brings with it a host of emotions, more commonly a mixture of excitement and nervousness.
Around this time last year I was asked to comment on an HLN story that took place in the Mid West. The story was about a hook up gone wrong when a man met a woman at a party and fell for her. They didn’t know each other, but they both knew the host. They were both drinking and seemed to engage with each other very well. When the party began breaking up and people were leaving, the woman asked the man if he wanted to go home with her.
By Shela Dean
The enemy of a great relationship is complacency. It begins so innocently. You forget how attractive, funny or caring your honey is because you’re together all the time. You get wrapped up in your “stuff” and forget to do the little, day-to-day things that make your sweetheart aware of your love. You forget how good life feels because you picked someone amazing and the lottery win of being picked back. Before you know it, you reach the relationship expiration date— the day one of you wakes up and thinks, “What am I doing here?”
"I'd like to be a mom within 5 years." Anne Hathaway told James Franco in a recent interview on Good Morning America, making inquiring minds wonder what kind of man will be hers when she is ready for motherhood. While the undeniable chemistry Hathaway enjoys with Franco is delicious and will make for a great Oscar Show, can Anne attract someone in real life with that kind of intoxicating chemistry and a good guy too? The collapse of her relationship with Italian real estate developer Raffaello Follieri in 2008 and the
I’ll admit it, I’m a romantic. Not a hopeless one, but a hopeful one. I love love. Thankfully, I have love in my life, though I remember the time when this was not so. In this post, I’d like to help you find your intimate relationship partner, by sharing something about how I found mine. If you will, consider this my own ‘Laws of Attraction,’ because it made all the difference for me. It just might make the difference for you.