Being single is a funny thing. When you’re single, you want a relationship- sometimes and then when you get one - sometimes you think you can do better! Having high expectations and not wanting to settle is a good thing but when do you draw the line? When is enough….enough? I saw a quote today Jason Segal told people about being single “I hit my 30’s and enough became enough, I put the puppets into a closet. I’m getting nice furniture.”
This guest article from Psych Central was written by Kate Thieda, MS, LPCA, NCC My client Cathy has a love/hate relationship with her partner, Julia. When Cathy is in a good mood, the world is perfect, their relationship is wonderful, and everything is “kittens and rainbows.” When Cathy gets upset about something—whether it’s related to Julia, work, or something else—everything becomes “doom and gloom and the worst ever!”
Do you approach your life with a “waiting to be picked” outlook? Let me explain (and by “explain” I mean--story time!) I was doing some inner work that was really about deepening into my worth and the “sweet spot” of my biz. I was all blissed-out visioning the direction of my brand and biz in the next 5 years and getting super clear on the self-expression + service combo that is the “sweet spot” of success for me (more on that in another blog post).
The word love itself has a variety of meanings and interpretations, making it very difficult for many to describe. The health benefits of love, however, are easy to identity and much more obvious. In this article, I would like to focus on the positive health benefits of love in a healthy, loving situation.
Dear Dr. Romance: My boyfriend spends more time with his friends than me by a long shot. My boyfriend and I have been together for 9 months now and he all of a sudden started spending way more time with them than me. I've tried talking to him about it and he said "i need two days per week when i don't have to speak to or hang out with you". it's really frustrating because our schedules only work where we have a few days together and i feel like he's taking that time away from me. I know he cares about me, but i forget sometimes.
When you live with a jealous spouse, life can be frustrating and exasperating. You may feel that your partner's jealousy gets in the way time and time again. What can be done when it's your partner who seems to be frequently controlled by jealousy Contrary to popular belief, there's actually a lot that you can do. The one thing you cannot do is "solve" your mate's jealousy problem for him or her. As much as you'd like to force your partner to just "get over being jealous," this is nearly impossible.
Every child is unique in his or her own way even if they look just like you. Just because you enjoy baseball, dancing, music or reading, doesn’t mean your kids will enjoy the same things. Just because you have a skill or affinity for something doesn’t mean that they will. Just because you are in the same gene pool doesn’t mean you swim in it using the same stroke.
Stop your weight cycling (yo-yo weight loss and regain) habit and start transforming your body. Going in circles is hard on both your mind and body. You get fatter with each cycle. Start transforming your body by burning fat and inches and losing weight. Make your body lean and healthy.
Is your online dating profile keeping you from meeting the man of your dreams? While it's simple to spot a bad profile from a mile a way, constructing a great one is easier said than done. Follow our experts' advice to create a profile that will yield the results you're looking for!
Here it is! I have found it. Or rather I have re-discovered it. The secret, the #1 key to attracting anything you desire, including your soulmate. If you are reading this, you are here for a reason. I believe that everything happens for a reason and that there’s a divine plan to it all- even if we in our human-ness can’t/don’t/won’t see it.