A funny thing happens when you've been with the same person for a really long time. Even if you still like them a lot, you may find that you're just not that into having sex with them… or so you think. Your libido may be waning, or there may be too many other details on your mind between work and managing the home... or kids clamoring for attention... there are plenty of excuses not to have sex.
I’ve been spending a lot of time over the past month strategizing how I want to run my business this year. Today it occurred to me that it would be really helpful to strategize my relationship in much the same way. Great things don’t just happen; they happen after careful, specific planning toward an intended goal and consistent action aligned with that goal.
We all want to do something exciting for Valentine's Day. It is the day dedicated to Love and the day we get the green light to feel special and appreciated by our mate. But sometimes, our day to day routine gets us stuck and it is hard to break out and get in touch with our creative sexy side.
If Valentine’s Day were a person I would be defending her, taking her to lunch to help “pump” her up, and unabashedly wondering why people are avoiding her at all costs. I mean, geez, she’s just a pink and red Hallmark holiday moment. She doesn’t smell. Dress weird, or have bad breath.
As I answered the phone I could here her sobbing on the other end of the line. I quickly asked her if there was a way I could assist her, I could here the panic in her voice as she said, " Please I have to see you," "I have to get into see you right away ". "There is NO Way i can make it through another Valentines Day" and she began to sob into the phone. I quickly scheduled her for that afternoon, and when she walked into the office you could see her pain and dispair, her face was tear stricken as she began to tell her story.
INTRODUCTION Many gay men in both short and long-term relationships report concern when the romance and passion in their partnerships decline or "dry up", leading them to question themselves and fear for the future of their relationships. An unfortunate consequence of this is that many men break up with their partners prematurely at this point, have affairs, or turn to some form of addiction to cope under the mistaken notion that something is defective or wrong in their relationships.
So many people are experiencing unemployment, or struggling to meet the basic needs of living. If you are concerned about how you are going to make ends meet, take heart. There is a way to feel better about your situation and improve it. This article will provide tips on how to do that.
I was invited to a party a couple of weeks ago while speaking in New Orleans. I didn’t know many of the guests, but since the party was celebrating a friend of mine I decided to attend. When I don’t know many people, I sit back and watch. I watch how couples interact, how they hold one another, and how they watch each other talk. It is amazing because, when I am watching, I see more than when I am in my office listening. I observe who they look at when they are speaking, and I watch how they react to each other when someone else is speaking.
I was raised to be a lady, behave like a good girl and follow the rules. Good parenting, of course and it’s lovely to know how to dress and behave in a proper manner. But for a long time, this kind of thinking forced me to hide or be ashamed of my more aggressive energy. There is power in the feminine and there is value in knowing how to follow rules and instructions but sometimes I subscribe to screwing graceful, polite and doing it right.