As I was reflecting on my Art of Seduction Workshop and my Velocity article about “Sensual Leadership”, an interesting phrase popped in my head…Love Currency. This may sound peculiar to some, the concept of love and currency, but when your life is filled with love, joy and pleasure by many accounts you’re a prosperous person. You can view this prosperity as a type of currency, an energy exchange of the highest vibration.
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By Mark Chidley
As an Imago therapist, I consider the couple's space a living entity that, if fed, nourished, and protected, will strengthen into what Martin Buber termed the I-Thou, a sacred place where each can meet the other's full being and becoming. I make it a point to bring the couple's attention to this from the outset and ask them to each assume a new level of responsibility for it. I liken it to a diver's air hose. If it gets crimped or ruptured, they both strangle for the needed air of connection. I also say it is like a garden.
So you just printed your boarding pass & you're ready for your trip. Look in the mirror. Do you look presentable? What if I told you, you might meet that special some one at the airport. Crazy I know but it's actually the modern day pick up joint. Especially if you travel often you increase your chances of meeting someone. So, if you did bump into "Mr. Dreamy". Would you be kicking yourself because you weren't prepared. Your image was less than stellar. To be blunt you simply weren't sashaying down the runway at your best.
On the first page of my book, “Why He Disappeared,” I tell a story of my first online date back in the late 90’s. We ate, we drank, we laughed, we got deep, we closed the bar, we made out in the parking lot. And I never saw her again. That was a great lesson in reading too much into a quality first date. Yet millions of women agonize over the same thing every day: “We had such great chemistry. What happened? What did I do wrong?”
By Debi Berndt
Wish January 2nd would come already? Here are some tips to help you get through happy family season. I know this time of year is the worse time to be single. Whether you just got out of a painful relationship or have been single for years, the holidays are just not very jolly when you are alone. Surrounded by all the happy couples your mind will quickly assume that they have so much more than you and that your life is awful. While you wade through the holiday garland and festivities, here are some tips to keep your chin up and maybe even get a date for New Year’s eve.
By Debi Berndt
Finding love is more than just thinking positive. Ever since the law of attraction extravaganza began, singles finally felt they could control the arrival of their soul mate with positive thinking. Instead of depending on fate, they could just adjust their thoughts, visualize Mr. or Ms. Right, and love would appear. After a few months or years of trying, they would get discouraged thinking that the law of attraction wasn’t working for them. What I learned from using this process is that there is much more to it than just putting your thought out to the universe.
Why does your husband spend money like it's going out of style? Why does he accuse you of nagging when all you're trying to do is lessen what feels like the national debt?
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By Corey Quinn
Finding a good therapist for me was frustrating. I found that while there are about 3000 therapists in Los Angeles-all of them licensed, educated and well intentioned-not all of them are right for me. This frustration led me to believe that there had to be a better way to find a therapist. I came up with the idea that by leveraging technology and psychology, a website could match people with therapists based on personality and the probability for a good ‘fit’, which was the genesis for MyTherapistMatch.com (MTM) and MyCoachMatch.com (MCM).