So you’re dating someone new. He’s great. You think to yourself, “What an awesome man! He seems to be perfect for a wonderful in a relationship.” And then you start forecasting the relationship. You become a relationship forecaster, where you just want and need something so bad that you forget to remain present. And what happens? You end up getting disappointed a year later, two years later, whatever it might be.
Wedding planning, although sometimes stressful, is truly an opportunity to practice some of the skills you'll need in your marriage. Here are three skills you should practice.
Every now and again you come across a situation in your life that blows your hair back, your skirt up or...just blows. For example: you find out the person you're seriously considering spending the rest of your life with isn't interested in a long-term relationship with you. Or you discover one evening, quite by accident, that your husband prefers blondes...who are hung like a horse.
By Liz Vaccariello, Editor-in-Chief, Reader's Digest and Author of The Digest Diet for GalTime some surprising foods that could help you lose weight
The people whom you have the most contact with and hang around with will have either a positive or negative affect on your levels of self-esteem and confidence. We all know those people who are positive, happy and joyful to be around. How do they make you feel? Yes, they make you feel the same! They can put zest into a boring atmosphere and can fill the room with positive, can do vibes that has a knockout effect on everyone else. We also know of those people who moan about everything!