So yes, it was true, I was a mentally intelligent woman, but I was emotionally retarded. And as I looked around at many of my friends, I noticed a definite trend: beautiful and well-liked women with successful careers who constantly chose men that didn't treat them with the unconditional respect and love they craved and deserved. Which, of course, just like me, made them chase them, want them, and change for them more.
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Giving up is not the way to get what you want! Attention Ladies: If you want to get a date tomorrow. I hope you are taking care of yourself today. One of my biggest pet peeves in life is how many women have let themselves go. You see when you let yourself go it has a way of affecting other areas of your life. Furthermore, what man is going to want you if you've let yourself go. I'm not talking about being Ms. Perfect but taking care of yourself inside/out. Making the most of your life. When you're single it's not the time to let yourself go. How do you ensure that doesn't happen?
Female Sexual Disorder (FSD) has been discussed and debated among sexology professionals for many years. One such discussion focuses on the inherent differences between male and female sexuality Another area of concern is whether female sexuality will fit as easily into responding to medical intervention, such as a little pilI.
By Bobbi Palmer
Everyone survived Valentine's Day without moping about her singlehood, right? Let's make this your last February fourteenth without a great guy by your side! To do that, you’re going to have to make some changes. Put simply, stagnation is never good. When you refuse to change or embrace new challenges, you’re not going to get any of the good stuff that comes with opening yourself up to new experiences.
By Sally LeBoy
I tell my clients that you need to fight more! Research has shown that people who fight tend to be happier because you are talking to your partner about things that really matter to you. In this video, I tell you how to have a fight that will actually improve your intimacy.
Lisa’s heart longs to dine at her favorite upscale restaurant. Not wanting to go there with friends or alone she has not been there since her divorce three years ago. Working long hours lately as a corporate executive she is excited about a night on the town. She hopes her special restaurant will be the perfect place for her and her new friend to get to know each other. She suggests they meet there at 8pm next Friday and she will make the reservations since it is hard to get in and they know her.
I attended the International Society for the study of Women’s Sexual Health this past week. This is one of the greatest meetings I go to during the year, and this one in particular was phenomenal. One of the lectures was about sexual desire and women. The lecture touched on many different components to female sexual desire, the awareness that sexual desire alone does not lead to sex for women. When men have sexual desire they seek out sex because it is a positive experience.
If your Beloved is not growing in his ability to love deeply and commit to you, you may find at some point that you want to leave. In Part 1 I showed you how to have the Probationary Talk with your partner/spouse to give him a heads-up that the relationship was coming to an end. But maybe it had no real impact on him. Perhaps he stonewalled, became overly defensive, or more distant. If you are in this position, there is a way to take a stand that both protects you from further pain and maximizes the possibility of his realizing how much you really mean to him. This is the secret I am about to teach you.
Two Shall Become One. . . and then three. What happens to the couple relationship when a baby is introduced into the mix? Well, for one thing, life gets very exciting! And exhausting. And challenging. Amid the chaos and the joy and the fear, it is possible to continue to develop a strong, healthy couple relationship. Here are some tips to help:
"I thought we had something." His voice shot up a register and she grit her teeth. Mia remembered how his deference charmed her in the beginning. She loved how quiet and thoughtful he was. Compared to her ex, he was a saint.