By Mary Schwager for GalTime.com Tips for buying health insurance Is a health insurance check-up on your financial to-do list for 2013? Whether your employer offers you a couple different plans to choose from, or you pay out of pocket for your own policy, how do you know if you’re getting the most for your money?
by Elizabeth Easton, PsyD for GalTime.com Previously, it was believed that eating disorders were “a teenage girl’s” disease. However, this is no longer the case. More men and boys, as well as younger and younger children, are seeking treatment for eating disorders and concerns.
By Jennifer A. Powell-Lunder, Psy.D., Talking Teenage for GalTime.com Your tween has a boyfriend or girlfriend. Maybe your tween tells you directly. Or perhaps, you found out from a friend, another parent, Facebook or by checking in on their texts. You feel that moment of dread and panic. How could this be? You're baffled.
by Lynn Perkins, CEO & founder, UrbanSitter for GalTime.com Though Valentine's Day may conjure up images of commercial hysteria and sugar overload, it can be a fun excuse to plan a date with your husband, boyfriend or partner. Why not save yourself the disappointment of yet another Hallmark card, and take the reins? Here is how to jump in. Think beyond dinner
There's no denying that online dating has made it easier for singles to meet, but unfortunately, it's also easier to keep choosing the same type of date over and over again.
Dear Dr. Romance: I recently read "Does First-Love ever die? How to deal with a flame that still flickers" While my situation doesn't parallel the situations you described in the article, it's very similar.
The most important event in the entire Chinese festive calendar is the Lunar New Year. It begins on February 10 and signifies a fresh start in life and a time for new hopes.
I know I sound like a broken record about the benefits of dating online, especially if you are single and over 40. I’m going to continue to nag you about this because I want what you want: for you to find the man of your dreams, and to never let each other go. Getting online is the best way to make that happen.
Renee saw herself as a very compassionate person. She could easily feel into her husband Jeff's feelings when he was sad or scared. But as soon as Jeff got angry or judgmental with her, her fear became far greater than her compassion — fear of losing herself and of not being seen or cared about by Jeff. Out of her fear, Renee would often shut down into silence, or she would defend herself or try to talk Jeff out of being upset. Her tone would get parental and righteous as she protected herself against her fear.