As young women, we imagine that love happens like this: Boy meets girl. Girl loves boy. Boy sends girl flowers. Boy buys girl a big ring. Girl says "I do." Boy and girl live happily ever after. But then we wake the hell up.
Were you wondering if you should stop drinking coffee? While it is well known that sugary drinks may increase the chance of developing diabetes, people are always asking what they can do to prevent it. Because caffeine changes the way the body processes sugar, coffee and tea as well as drinks containing caffeine became subjects of interest. A study completed on thousands of people showed unsweatened coffee does not lead to any harm and possible benefit. However, there is possibly more benefit from decaffinated coffee, leading to the conclusion that something else in cof
The New York Times reported Sunday, November 11, 2012 (page 18), on the emerging news story about the surprising resignation of General David Petraues, the Director of the CIA. The story, though still cloudy, was revealed after he admitted to having an affair with his biographer. The article stated that when he began his job at the CIA, he and his wife moved in to a home in Virginia and it was “”the closest thing to a normal life together that they had in years.” The article stated further, “after years in war zones, Mr.
Holiday time for singles can be just plain torture, like fingernails on a chalk board. But when I was single, I actually looked forward to the holidays. Sound crazy? It's not!
Thanksgiving is a time to give thanks and reflect on what is truly important in life. Relationships can be stressful especially around the holidays. If you are divorced, there might be arguments with the ex over who has the kids, or stress with the new person in his life. Financial difficulties can also come into play when trying to have a harmonious relationship. Or your mate can just be working your last nerve! Try to remember what you love about the man in your life and think about what he might be going through.
We live in complicated, controversial times. There is upheaval all around us, and vastly differing opinions as to the appropriate way to resolve virtually every problem. The “right” and the “left” can’t seem to agree on anything…except maybe that they’re both unquestionably, devoutly devoted to the principles that define them – whatever those may be. But there remains one issue that is more hotly debated than all others combined. I am talking about, of course, men’s insistence on leaving the toilet seat up.&nb
A radiant and confident is passionate about life. She brings joy and happiness to the people around her. Her energy is magnetic because she radiants pleasure, passion and play in her own life. People are drawn to her positive energy, body language and open heart. You feel inspired by her beauty and passion. IMAGINE waking up next to this beautiful woman who is your true partner. You want to do great things in life and are inspired by each other. She believes in you, and you want to make the world a better place together!
The Human Magnet Syndrome (Book Excerpt) Chapter 7: The Human Magnet Syndrome Powers greater than ourselves often waylay our well-meaning plans to land on the tropical shores of our dreams. Experience, maps, radar and even the stars may not be enough to guide us to our intended port of call. As wayward captains whose ships are regularly diverted to unplanned destinations, we are prone to experience a unique sense of frustration, disappointment and loss. If only we could control t
The Human Magnet Syndrome / The Introduction to the Book About 30 years ago, my dad joked (or so I thought was a joke): “The soul mate of your dreams is gonna become the cellmate of your nightmares.” It takes some of us decades to realize that our parents were actually a lot smarter than we gave them credit for. What I thought was just a flippant and cynical comment would later help to define my understanding of dysfunctional romantic relationships. I would never have guessed that my dad’s off-the-cuff remark would cont
With Thanksgiving in full swing, Christmas and New Years just around the corner, planning for 2013, and a nagging feeling that another year has just about zoomed by, most to-do lists get rearranged to accommodate the bare minimum of priorities. Did you get to your healthy habits goals for 2012, or can it still be done? Or is that to-do already earmarked for 2013 and beyond?