Get Clear About What You Want In Your Love Life And Have Your Best Relationship Year Yet
Just like every successful business and organization needs a road map to stay on track, everyone can greatly benefit from creating a Strategic Plan for Love.
Many of us only focus on the direction of our relationships when something goes wrong. This year, be proactive and sit down and get clear about how you want your love life to be.
A "baker's dozen" tips from happily married people for making your marriage last.
This guest article from Psych Central was written by Marie Hartwell-Walker, ED.D.
The statistics can seem daunting. The U.S. divorce rate, although in some decline for the last few years, is still close to 50 percent. That brings Americans second only to Sweden for the highest divorce rate in the world! That’s certainly a dubious honor.
How often have you thought to yourself or heard someone say, “All the good ones are taken,” or “I’ll never find true love”? These statements and thoughts may seem like clichés but when we hear them or think them over and over, they reflect our limiting beliefs about our ability to have lasting, loving relationships in our lives.
Deciding to divorce is stressful. Five practical tips to manage stress and cope with bad feelings.
Breaking up is hard to do
Have you been thinking about divorce for a while and finally ready to take the plunge? Maybe like Andrew you have been going back and forth for some time and have reached your limit.
It takes anywhere between three to five years to come to the point of initiating divorce proceedings. (Love and Intimate Relationships: A Journey of the Heart, by Brown and Amalea).
Stress caused by roller coaster of emotions
At one point or another, we've all wondered, "Why is it that the people I'm interested in are not interested in me? And the people I ignore keep contacting me?" It would be statistically improbable, if not impossible, that every time you liked someone they didn't feel the same and vice versa. So what's really going on here?
Sacred sexuality can transform you, your life experiences, and your relationships. I’ll tell you how
Does the term sacred sexuality intrigue you? Are you open to inviting rituals, new techniques and a spiritual practice into your sex and love life?
Sacred sexuality can transform you, your life experiences, and your relationships. I’ll tell you how:
The good news is:
“Whatever you are doing, love yourself for doing it. Whatever you are feeling, love yourself for feeling it.” –Thaddeus Golas, 20th century author and philosopher
Are you a loving person? Are you kind, friendly, and encouraging? For most of us, the answer to these questions is yes—at least to some degree.
How to bring more unconditional love into your life this year.
What’s the one thing that would make 2011 your best year ever? More money? A better job? Losing 20 pounds? As great as those might be, there’s something else that I guarantee will create a magical year: love. Not Hollywood or Hallmark-card kind of love, but love as a state of being: the kind of love I call Love for No Reason. Here are 10 ways to bring more unconditional love into your life this year.
I was told about this very smart woman who just turns stupid when it comes to men.
I was at a conference of academics and I was talking to a woman about what I do. She told me about a very smart woman who teaches finance, very accomplished, many awards and lots of respect from her peers. But, she said, this very smart women just turns stupid when it comes to men.
Why do we do that?