By GalTime Teen Parenting Expert, Barbara Greenberg, PhD My Teen's Relationship Mess Dear Dr. G., I am so upset. I just can't stop crying. I have a 14-year-old son and I don't know how he got into this mess that is upsetting everyone. My son started to like this 14-year-old girl from his school. She seemed nice enough. I allowed my son to go over to her house and for the girl to come to my house. Well, letting him go to her house was a stupid decision.
SOMETHING’S WRONG WITH THIS PICTURE I will never be thin enough to please my husband. He wants me to look like the bony, anorexic women who prance across the screen of our HDTV which he watches, 8 hours a day. When I point out that he’s comparing me, a real, three-dimensional-flesh-and-blood woman to the impossible standard the media has brainwashed him with he dismisses my idea completely. Is he kidding or am I married to a man who’s he really that stupid and shallow?
In fact it is reported that approximately 30-60 percent of all married people have cheated and that women are just as likely to cheat as men. This is very different than a generation ago when men were much more likely to have affairs outside of the marriage.
Let's just face it. Every girl has a male friend that she wouldn't mind dating. You start off strictly platonic, then something weird happens along the way … you start to like him. Many women think that the feeling is often one-sided; but it's not.
Going on a first date has it's own stress. Thinking of kissing your date is even more stressful than the anticipation of the date.
Yes, infidelity exists and it is almost always damaging at some level. And yes, it can certainly lead to divorce ... but not always.
I am a well-educated woman in my late-twenties. I have a wonderful (and successful) career that I adore. I am independent, responsible, and very much an adult (I promise). And, yes, I live with roommates.
Most people think that love and passion hold a relationship together, but is that all there is to it? I’ve learned that in the long run couples stay together because they develop a friendship and like each other. That friendship is the foundation of a healthy, happy relationship. Affection and mutual support are the mortar that cements a relationship.
That got your attention, didn't it? The expression "F-bomb" (you know, the "F" word that we write f*#@ in public) is now an official word in the dictionary. It reminds me of a parent who said how upset she would get when her son "dropped the F-bomb". She'd react in such a strong, negative way --which is understandable.
You want amanzing sex and yet you are frustrated with the quality of sex you are having. It's time for you and your lover to take time to talk about your sex life. Neither of you have ESP and know what each dreams of or desires. Answer these 13 questions honestly and openly with your lover. Learn what they enjoy and how you can spice up your love making today. What touch(es) would you enjoy during foreplay?