By Nerd Chick, Andrea Eldridge, for GalTime.com Apps to keep you organized this holiday season Halloween’s over and you know what that means - it’s officially time for the holidays! Who doesn’t love this time of year? Trips to see relatives, parties with friends, gingerbread and eggnog…I could go on and on!
This article is an open letter to all of you space invaders out there. You know who you are ... or do you? No, I'm not talking to those of you with an affinity for handling joysticks and playing early 80's video games with poor graphics and creatures making funny "gobbling" noises as they ate things. This open letter has nothing to do with video games. I'm also not talking rodents or anything else that invades your living space. I'm not even talking about clutter on your desk that gets in your way.
That is probably a headline that you did not expect. Living with an alcoholic and there is good news. For most people who live with an alcoholic good news is rare. If you live with an alcoholic you probably feel that your life is one disaster after a crisis after a tragedy. Also you probably feel that there is little in the way of support for you and your situation. You are not alone.
Christmas is for kids, right? Well, Christmas can be for couples, too.
Question: I've been dating a man for over seven months now. He is 51 and I am 44. I discovered right off the bat that he can't last but a few seconds as soon as he is inside of me. Now in the beginning he said he was too excited, or it was on my territory (ie. my house… so he insisted we go to his house, but same “short” story).
So, when you're feeling low about breaking up with your ex and you need some help with getting over your ex (without eating your body weight in mint chocolate chip ice cream), Dating with Dignity has some expert breakup recovery tips for you.
Buckle your seat belt and get ready for a ride. When you’ve had a rich, full day, do you paint your day’s picture the same as I do? I’m aware of sadness when I notice myself judging what’s happening instead of going with the day’s flow. What do you feel? Come wander through my day with me, like a visiting out-of-town relative. I’d like the company.
At least half of all the emails I get from wonderful women who are over 40 and looking for love are about the same question you’ve probably been asking since you were a teenager: “Is he in to me?” Often the answer is: If you have to ask, he’s probably not.
Dear Dr. Romance: How do I make him understand? So my soon-to-be-ex is still in the house as well as myself! This is not working! He keeps trying to make things better, but I don't feel anything for him anymore. He has been better to me but is still very rude to our son and says hurtful things to him! He also says rude things about teammates on my sons ball team and doesn't think he is being rude and doesn't care if other people hear what he says! I can no longer deal with this!
There is a quiet despair among so many loving, smart, and deeply caring parents. They so desire to see their children manifest their greatness, to use their intensity well instead of having it go awry, and too often they see their best efforts to inspire respectful and responsible choices slip away to further levels of frustration.