Most women are multi-taskers by necessity. Our culture says we can do it all. We can achieve an education from a good university, have a career, be a wife and mother if we choose to, have fun with our girlfriends, and enjoy a full social calendar with our life partner. We expect to be able to to have it all without negative physical and emotional consequences, and worse we believe we are failures if we can't.
Finding reasons to hope are the handholds that put us back on our feet, help us see bright possibilities in the world and, once more, believe that life can be good.
Astrology, if you believe in it or not, does influence many people when they date. On most dating sites, you can go through profile after profile and see what Zodiac Sign a person is and for some it can be a deciding factor if they want to contact you. So when it comes to contacting or dating some one, does the person’s Sign really matter?
If you think you're going to see Hope Springs just for a romantic comedy, think again. Although Steve Carell brings a sense of humor to his role, he plays a pretty serious and direct couples' therapist. This movie is a story of a 31 year marriage that has become stagnant, sexless and is heading toward dissolution. There are moments that will make you laugh and others that will bring a tear to your eye if you realize this is the state of too many relationships. So why should you bother seeing this movie?
When I review my clients’ profiles for online dating, I look at their search ranges for a mate of age, height, income, personal status (never married, divorced, children) and distance you would go to meet someone. What I see is many are limiting themselves too much and are missing opportunities!
If you're like many women, there was more than once in your life you thought you found Prince Charming, only to find out he was Mr. Wrong in many ways. This happens because often times Mr. Wrong is charming and says the right things to make him appear to be better than he really is.
‘If we all put our problems into a hat and then picked out of it someone else’s problems, we’d all ask for our own back.’ In this Facebook/Twitter/Social Media world that we live in, it’s easy to get caught up in the game of “compare and despair”. You know what I mean? You see your “friends” (some of them you’ve never even met in person! posting pictures of their amazing vacations)Envy Are you counting other people’s blessings instead of your own?
Most of my favorite relationships in the 13 years since I've been divorced have come through personal ads. Since I can ask directly for all the qualities I want when I place my ad, and since “collecting people” is my favorite hobby, this way of finding special persons has worked well for me. I've never found a perfect man--my ideal lover list contains 26 entries, from nonnegotiable items like playfulness, honesty and warmth, to optional items like a hairy chest. But I have found people who have remained close friends long after the romanc
When two people are just starting a relationship, they do their best to present only their best and most attractive attributes to the other party. They want to show their most favorable attributes to each other and work hard to meet the needs of the partner. They want to appear strong, confident and willing to compromise. Next Level of Love
Dating is a complicated ritual that most of us have engaged in at some point in our lives. And while many of us may find it awkward, tedious, and even downright frustrating, we nonetheless continue to do it because the drive to connect with another individual is so strong. But what are we looking for in our dating experience? What exactly is our motivation to go on a date? Good questions. And as you might suspect, men and women have decidedly different takes on this issue.