Do you feel constantly stressed out and on edge? Or are you tired of your partner having a short fuse with you? Is stress negatively affecting your relationships? Are you constantly arguing? Are you feeling tired and fatigued all the time? Are you having difficulty falling and staying asleep? Is stress making you sick or causing you to gain weight? Are you having trouble concentrating? Are you moody and irritable much of time?
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By Amy Johnson
Patterns are your automatic, default ways of being. They’re how you naturally react to circumstances in your life. Patterns are everywhere. Life is full of them. Maybe your pattern for dealing with stress is to grab your credit card and log onto Amazon. Or run to the refrigerator, or vent to your best friend.
An ancient story from the Hasidic tradition tells of a rabbi who had a conversation with God about Heaven and Hell. “I will show you Hell,” said the Lord, and led the rabbi into a room containing a group of famished, desperate people sitting around a large, circular table. In the center of the table rested an enormous pot of stew, more than enough for everyone. The smell of the stew was delicious and made the rabbi’s mouth water. Yet no one ate.
Not too long ago, we were talking about family matters with a friend. Our friend is divorced and has raised some intelligent, thoughtful children. Her parenting and relationship experiences, fine-tuned and paid for (most recently) with the intentional sacrifice of another intimate relationship, are helpful to many others in her circle of friends and family. She had deliberately postponed another intimate relationship (marriage), waiting until her children were grown up.
Cosmo writing about Brain Science. Now there is an unlikely couple. Proof positive that the cutting edge of love self sabotage research today is finding the most misunderstood sexual organ of all...your Brain. Nothing happens without your brain's permission. However, this is as far away from logic, reason and thought as you can possibly imagine. Few would argue that the brain is in charge of forming thoughts, intentions and affirmations. What if I were to tell you that all of the above are a waste of your time and your brain's skill.<
One of the most powerful benefits of working with a dating coach privately is that you get answers when a dramatic internal battle ensures regarding what to say to a man. Here are a few of my best scripts to help you communicate your needs in a way that is feminine, sexy, confident and effective. Scenario #1: He is always sending you texts and you prefer to take it to the phone.
Emotional baggage sucks. It sabotages potentially great future opportunities in life and in love simply because we internalize our past experiences – all the yuck that happened, storing it deep inside, and then process it into negativity and fear blocks. Then, either the negativity stored within is triggered in new situations causing damage, or our fear blocks serve as a shield to defend against even going down potentially threatening emotional roads again. In many cases, both things happen, which super sucks.
INTRODUCTION You might feel it when that hot stud across the room at the gym gives your lover "the look-over." You might experience it if your ex-boyfriends ever cheated on you and then you project it onto your current man. Or you might experience it if you have an "open relationship" and you know your partner is out "tricking." Whatever its form, jealousy can take on many different faces and it can kill your relationship if it's not managed appropriately.
Singer John Mellencamp left his wife of 20 years and started a relationship with an older Meg Ryan with whom he shares creative projects. That’s just one example that makes me wonder why it is that couples who seem to have had a great time together seem to suddenly break-up. Like Al and Tipper Gore.
By Laurel Fay
I think courage is an under-utilized word these days. In the minds of most, it seems to be reserved for “big” things, like fighting in a war or rushing into a burning building to save a child. Don’t get me wrong, these are definitely courageous acts worthy of the word. But for most of us, we won’t get the opportunity to show that kind of courage. We will, however, do other things that require our courage – everyday though they may seem.