Many of us tell small lies to avoid conflict, consequences and judgment. When your partner asks whether the blouse you're wearing is new, you tell a little white lie to avoid a conflict about finances. No, this blouse isn't new, I've had it for years, you say, when in fact you bought it last week. You didn't get to the cleaner today but want to avoid the judgment about your failure to take responsibilities seriously, so you fib, I had to work through lunch today, when in fact, you had lunch with your sister.
Some people will try to rush you into getting married when you are in a current relationship. Here are 6 tips on how to deal with your friends who are pressuring you to get married. 1.Know What You Want The most important thing to do is to know what you want to do. Think about it and determine for yourself what is best for you.
This week, I was introduced to a little show called "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo." I have heard people joke and make fun of the show but I had never taken time out to pay it any attention. Just hearing the title made me curious enough to ask: What the hell is a "Honey Boo Boo"?
Some guys are hotties who know exactly how to play women. I should know, I’ve caught a few swarming around my Venus Fly Trap on a hot summer’s night. Sometimes I wish my vajayjay actually was a carnivorous plant with the power to devour playboys (remember the movie Teeth?). But anyway, the point I’m trying to make here is that some guys are good at the game, and it’s your job not to let one suck your female power out of you like crabmeat from the claw.
Think Prince Charming doesn't exist? Think again. Kate Middleton found her Prince Charming in Prince William. Angelina Jolie has Brad Pitt. Victoria has David Beckham and Khloe Kardashian found her Prince Charming in Lamar Odom. What about you? How will you know when you've met your Prince Charming? Here are five signs you've met your own Prince Charming:
October can easily be colored pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month or splashed with purple for Domestic Violence Awareness Month. However, this year I choose to honor the month with yellow and blue because it's also Down Syndrome Awareness Month.
A very attractive single mom recently told me this story: She had met a man and felt sure he was the man of her dreams. There was a synchronicity about their meeting she could not ignore; the chemistry was electric and the sex, she said, was the best she had ever had—in her life, I might add. It had to be love, she gushed!
As a young girl, I loved to hang out in the kitchen when my mom was baking. I remembered that no matter how hungry I was, I had to wait for the cake to be done before we took it out and it was ready to devour. If we removed it too soon, it would just be a floury, pasty blob. Just like all good things in life, they are the most delicious when prepared and ready.
It is dangerous and sometimes deadly to minimize abusive behavior. Abuse comes in many forms that don't involve physical violence and physical abuse comes in many forms that don't involve being hit. A rational, clear thinking person can see that, however, when you're being abused, you lose your ability to think clearly pretty quickly.
Every once in a while, I read a book that is life changing for me. I just read one such book & I want to share it with you. Over 50 years ago, I read two books that changed my life and health dramatically: 'Silent Spring' by Rachel Carson, and 'The Poisons In Your Food’ by William Longgood. From that time on I've eaten only organic and unprocessed foods. I went from being a sickly child and young adult to a very healthy adult.