Does it seem like you are always ending up in a relationship with the same type of person? Do you seem to have a type that is constantly breaking your heart? Running away from you? Is hard to catch? Or is just plain and simple bad for you?
I attended Food Fete featuring healthy food in New York City. It was a night jam packed with some great healthy eats. While I loved sampling all the good nosh, the table that stood out for me was the Applegate crew. Applegate makes delicious antibiotic free, natural, and organic meats that include: turkey, chicken, beef, pork and last but not least cheese. They believe in three principles taste, truth and trust.
As all you Americans know, we're heading into one of our famous three-day weekends (non-Americans, play along please): Memorial Day. This is the official start of the summer season: a time to remember all those who served in our military, a time to break out the BBQ and the bathing suit (ugh), and a time to unpack the white shoes and pants. Spring is ending soon and summer begins. I have a challenge for all you to help kick off a new season: a challenge with a GREAT PRIZE attached to it (seriously, a GREAT prize)!
Not everyone who is over thirty-five and single wants to marry. If you are that age, and single it may seem that you have missed something that everyone else “got” because strangers ask all the time, “Why aren’t you married?” Most single people I know hate this question (especially the women) because they feel a tinge of guilt as to why they aren’t.
Love, commitment and relationships seem to be in disfavor these days. I’m seeing a lot of articles and TV shows saying love doesn’t last, so why bother. But, I believe that all of us want to be loved, and I know from experience that a relationship can work, and that a great partnership is a joy not to be missed. A lot of people come into my office searching for love, especially unconditional love.
Do you know that we don’t know how to take it easy? In our wired society of being connected via our cell phones, Wi-Fi, email and internet; we have forgotten the importance of just “being”. There is this urge to “do” constantly to the point that we feel lost if we are not doing something.
So I met Coach Andrew Poretz about 4 1/2 years ago at a Quentin's Friends party in New York City. If you live in the tri-state area and you're not a member of QFNY, you need to be! There was immediate affinity, followed by hysterical laughter of everyone around us. Do you know what happens when 2 men have all around them laughing? They attract lots more people who also want to laugh. Big hint there guys.
A run has never returned me exactly the same. I go, I grow. Kristin Armstrong This quote was my inspiration for revising my thinking about before and after. “Before,” as in before one of the partners goes, and “after,” as in after they go, or post-divorce. The “before” is often a rose-colored view of the way we were. It’s like when someone with whom you had a terribly conflicted relationship dies, and you remember only the good times. It’s nice, but unrealistic.
Set in Victorian-era London, the rom-com Hysteria audaciously treats the rather tricky subject women's sexual pleasure and vibrators, along with another popular current theme of the "Good Girl" vs. the "Bad Girl." When single handedly - no pun intended - tackling the common problem of hysteria becomes too much for Dr Dalrymple to handle alone, he hires Dr Mortimer Granville to assist him in alleviating the symptoms of Hysteria, brought on by women revolting against washing one too many tea cups and husbands who are clueless as to what might be involved
In this fast-paced world, we sometimes forget that the interactions that we surround ourselves with can either replenish or deplete our essential energies. Interactions that infuse your essential energy include: Expressions of love, communication, and actions that demonstrate a willingness to invest energy to show you how much you are valued, loved and respected. Friendships and relationships that acknowledge your essential core energies–people who see and acknowledge who you truly are.