Many of my clients have walked out of the closet a little later in life and are dealing with being single and struggling with dating. Some of my readers have been telling me they are recently out. I want to share a little about my own coming out story and a very big "ah-ha" moment that changed my approach to "being out".
Here is a seven-step process designed to guide you through the next leg of your journey and to get you excited about the future that lies ahead.
It’s no secret that people who are more positive are happier and attract more of what they want in their life. You see it all around you. You notice people who have great jobs. You see smiling couples holding hands. We all want to be fulfilled and happy, but how can you be more positive when negative thoughts are floating in and out of your mind all day?
Everyone wants a great sex life, but few people know how to achieve it and even fewer know how to maintain it in a long-term relationship. Couple’s try new positions and look for “sexy” things to wear. They try to improve their communication and relationship skills. But to really have a great sex life you have to know the secrets of what it means to be male and female. And learn the dance of
Have you ever felt like something was a little off in your relationship? Many women and men dismiss bits of information about their partner that turn out to be warning signs for future trouble.
So you can’t fall asleep? Your thoughts float or spin in your head, even if you feel very tired? Or you can’t stay asleep as long as you desire? You wake up in the middle of the night, sometimes several times, you go to the bathroom, you think, you stare in the dark, your mind starts racing again, you worry about something, you mentally review your to-do list for tomorrow, you brainstorm about the presentation you are working on?
With the age of technology, and younger couples opting for life partners rather than marriage, it seems that times are changing. A couple can be in a relationship for years and then decide that it is over, not stating that the relationship failed, but it was time to move on.
You need to know know why kids use, what the warning signs are, and what to do about it. If you have any inklings, doubts or concerns about the possibility that your child may be using, YOU MUST TAKE ACTION. If you are wrong, so be it. And if you are right, the sooner you intervene, the better the chances are for recovery. You don't want to take a 'wait and see' parenting approach with this.
By Mary Kay Hoal, for GalTime.com Do you suspect your child is bullying other kids online? The headlines are familiar: “Cyberbullying Victim Takes Their Life." “Cyberbullying at an All Time High." “Thirty-eight percent of Girls and 26% of Boys Report Being Bullied Online."