One very harsh reality for many recovering addicts is that they have to learn that they cannot please everyone. Another key reality to face is that what works for your friend, your family member or even your spouse may not work for you. In my book, "The Law of Sobriety" I talk about a client I worked with by the name of Tanya. Tanya wanted to return to school to earn a degree, but she had a lot of fears. She knew there were advantages to graduating and she took on the task despite her concerns.
Should it be reserved for one particular union, that of a man and women, or should it be open to people that are lovingly committed to forming a union regardless of their gender? It seems in reality that the answer to this question is based on what you see as the value of marriage. Values are typically one of the most difficult issues to change, negotiate or compromise on because they are our essence, our foundation and our belief in the working of the world around us.
I never thought I would have to be afraid of telling someone I am interested in what I do for a living. Being a relationship, sex coach, and writer I would think would be a great thing for men since they think about it all day long. But apparently if I write about my relationships, mind you I am not using names, it becomes a huge issue.
There was only one time that I felt compelled to do a little recon work on a man who had shown interest in me. We had met online. He replied to a profile I had posted to a then popular dating site. He was 25. I was 38. What did he want with me? That's the question I believe compels most women to go down the Google rabbit hole.
When it comes to online dating, your photos really make a difference. You'd be surprised how easily you can sabotage your results with a poor choice of pictures. Some of the most innocent errors can become huge mistakes when you are looking for love online.
There are a growing number of boomers that are single and looking for love. And while statistics and media hype claim that the chances of getting married goes down significantly with every decade that passes, the reality is that most people after 50 will experience the best love of their lives. So don’t believe the hype. People in their 50’s, 60’s, 70’s and yes, even 80’s are dating more than ever.
One of my clients recently asked me about the concept of the vision board and how it works. He liked the idea of the vision board and wanted to know more about the specifics. I am a big believer of visioning. I have used visioning to attract into my life the Bethesda Townhouse I live in, the retail clothing store I opened in 1990 (and ran until 2003), the man I wanted and having a beautiful, healthy baby. Of course many times it took a bit longer for my dreams to come true than I desired. Just seeing the possibility puts the wheels into motion and pulls you i
You are a woman; you are single and you are trying so hard to succeed at everything you do. What's a woman supposed to do? Do more? Try harder? Fix every single thing? This is the old paradigm of dating. Embrace the new paradigm of dating: giving up!
http://http://sextalkradionetwork.com/show-details/empowered-relationships/As a relationship expert, I'm often asked what are the important factors to make a relationship strong. There are a number of important things that go into making for a solid empowered relationship. (To address this, I put together Marriage Tips That Actually Work.)