I’m not nearly as emotional as I thought I would be. Sitting in the KPRC newsroom, a few feet from the desk I used to call home base as a reporter, I should be feeling more about my past. I’m back where it all started… isn’t that worth something? Two years ago almost to the day, I left KPRC and my comfort zone. I was certainly scared and not just a little naïve about what it would take to start a business, but I was also excited. It wasn’t just that I was starting something new.
The above clip is from the TLC Reality Series called "Virgin Diaries". This here is two first kissers, kissing and being kissed for the first time. It's awfully close to a bad car accident. You don't want to watch...but you just can't help it. I love Ellen's response, "Less Chewing", she says. I concur!
Perhaps you've wondered. Perhaps you've struggled with the idea. But how do you know if it's right for you? No time like the present to find out. Take the test to learn more! http://www.lifeissuespsychotherapy.com/do-i-need-psychotherapy/
This is the time of the year that brings holiday parties, buying gifts for family and friends, spending time with relatives from out of town and a myriad of delightful dishes. Add to that, festive lights, excited children awaiting Santa and a sense of merriment by even the grumpiest coworker. It sounds like a wonderful time, doesn't it? So why do so many couples feel so stressed? Instead of enjoying this special time of the year, they resort to cool withdrawal or heated arguments.
This guest article from Psych Central was written by Suzanne B. Phillips, Psy.D., ABPP Few people have a long range goal of dating in midlife. To the many who find themselves faced with the possibility, midlife dating can seem like a mystifying, even overwhelming, journey to find a partner. The reality is that despite the horror stories of friends or the fictional depictions of perfect couples repelling down snowy peaks, the experience of midlife dating really depends upon your goal.
Do you feel more down in the fall and does it seem to be affecting your relationships? Is your partner more moody, or do you seem to fight a lot more?
All the love experts say, "Love Yourself First." HOW? Self-love is an ongoing practice, a way of being. It consists of actions you can take, and it is a way of honoring yourself. Here are some practices you can do to develop self-love. 1. Express your authentic feelings.
Here are a few conversation starters for you and your partner. Happy Holidays from Better Marriages (www.BetterMarriages.org)! Begin with your own self awareness. Get in touch with your thoughts, feelings and desires. Write them down. After self-reflection, share your perceptions with your partner (see #3 below). Keep this list handy and refer to it often during the holidays. Enjoy a stress-free holiday season that will keep you close to the person(s) you love the most. 1. List the things that would make this a positive holiday experience for you.
Is it a myth or can a single man really be just friends with a married woman? Maybe your best friend has always been a single guy and now that you are married, this affects your relationship with your husband. Maybe you’re the single guy who really is just friends with a married lady? There are many different perspectives to look at when trying to answer this question.
I answer viewer questions for Fox 26 each week on my segments, “Mind, Body, Soul with Mary Jo.” I didn’t have time to answer this letter from Jane, so I decided to write the answer in my blog this week. Dear Mary Jo, “When you are starting to date someone and you enjoy their company, but do not have any real desire for them...how do you know if you should give it time to grow? Is it foolish to date where there is no 'spark,' hoping that will come with time? (In my experience, it has never grown, if not there to begin with).