The holidays are upon us, and though this may be a joyful and fun time for many, this may also be a stressful time, a busy time complete with excitement and chaos. Sure, maybe you have got some time off, and the kids are also off school, but the relatives may be demanding of your time, or the co-workers or good friends. There may be the pressure of gift giving, which comes with it the gift shopping, the gift wrapping, the shopping crowds. You may have lots of social events, parties, work dinners.
Body language reveals our true feelings, and your relationship partner has no trouble with picking up on this physical queue. But what does your body language say while you are sleep? Are there sleeping positions that will excite the man of your dreams? In sleep, we are our most honest, vulnerable selves and certain sleep positions can immediately evoke sensual thoughts and pleasures.
Advice on how to let go of your work stress before you go home at the end of the day.
Jennifer is frustrated and depressed. She is tired of being single and all of the games that go along with dating. She is SO over spending her time with narcissists, liars, cheaters and weirdos. What Jennifer wants most of all is to meet and fall in love with a completely normal guy. More than anything, she wants to be in a relationship with a guy who has a job, keeps his word and knows how to talk and be with a woman. She wants someone who will treat her with respect and who will let her know that she really matters.
I remember vividly, one rainy, lonely Friday night, several years ago. It seemed the relationship with my real-life boyfriend was on the fast-track to destruction, for many reasons. When I was working and on the phone with callers, I was all fun; meanwhile, our relationship at home felt empty and devoid of any connection. I started to realize that we had no fantasies, no passion, and being together just wasn’t fun anymore.
Thanksgiving is just around the corner, a time to share the company of family over a table overflowing with comfort food. But for many of us, this time of year is a mixed blessing at best. For all the turkey, stuffing, potatoes, and pie, we often leave the table feeling profoundly empty inside.
Yesterday I caught myself in a space of worry. I am not a natural worrier, as many are, and for that I am very grateful. Although I am human and on occasion worry takes over my very being. This is the space I found myself in yesterday morning before the light of day.
This is the time of year when many of us are thinking a lot about gratitude. We gather together with family and friends and we give thanks for all of the blessings in our lives. Do you include your partner among that which you are grateful?
There are plenty of celebrated relationship obstacles. We're pretty aware of most of them, right? Money, religion, communication, race, class, national origin ... all the greatest hits. Virtually every dating and relationship expert has offered up their best advice on navigating those choppy waters — and why not? So much discussion, debate, and research has been had about those particular flashpoints, so it's difficult to understand why they remain problem areas at all.