If you look at the child development programs on the market, you will find that they focus on “fixing” children’s behavior. I personally do not like the term “fix” because that insinuates that something is wrong with our children. I much prefer to use the terms “inspire” or “empower” our children to be successful! What if there was a way for you to do just that? What if there was an interactive program that would give you the “tools” to empower your children to
So you're having trouble meeting somebody. You've read things on how to meet somebody. You've used all different approaches and methods for how to meet somebody. Yet it's still not happening for you. Why isn't it working for you? Meeting someone is not just about memorizing approaches or methodologies. That's only part of the equation.
By Terri Trespicio, for GalTime.com do you see a ring on this finger? There is a great myth out there being sold wholesale to single people: You're incomplete if you do not have a partner. There's also the time sensitive version: You're incomplete--and a failure--if you do not have a partner by age X. I've got news for you, people. This is complete and utter bullshit.
By Relationship & Sex Talk, Jane Greer, Ph.D., for GalTime.com "You know, Justin and I are great friends. We love each other. We want the best things for one another," Cameron Diaz told "Good Morning America" in 2011, long after her relationship with Justin Timberlake had ended and while they were promoting the
by Eric Metcalf, for GalTime.com healthy mind, healthy body Let’s face it: Cancer can be a scary disease. It will strike more than 1.6 million Americans this year. Cancer is one of the most common causes of death, and surviving it often means going through difficult treatments. But whether you’re healthy and worried about the possibility of cancer, or you’ve been diagnosed with the disease, it’s possible to live your life with less cancer-related fear.
You know when you're lecturing. You can see it on your child's face. Or in the eye-rolling. Or in the sigh. But you keep going because now they're being disrespectful and you're going to make your point if it's the last thing you do! He knew what was coming in the first minute, well actually in the first sentence, and he's not interested in hearing any more.
The controversy surrounding whether or not a person suffers from a sexual addiction will continue for a long time. The inclusion of hypersexual disorder in the DSM-5 will not diagnose everyone with a sexual problem, as many fear, but it will give legitimacy to the problem and allow people to get help.
Whether you’ve been a stepmom for years or weeks, being aware and wise about your expectations will spare you pain and rage and create more calm closeness in your marriage. Most of us start our lives as stepmoms believing and expecting we can create the “happy family fantasy.” For some of us, reality can crush that dream. When under stress, many stepmom seek out advice anywhere we can find it.
As a relationship expert, one of the most common complaints I hear from couples is that they just don't have the same feelings they did in the beginning of their relationship. Can you relate to this?