Did you grow up believing that if only someone REALLY loved you in the way you needed to be loved, then you would feel happy, safe, lovable and worthy? Certainly being truly loved by parents goes a long way toward supporting children in feeling safe and lovable, but it is not the whole story.
Are you single and don't know why? These tweeters have wisdom. Well, at least they know how to use social media, and they are not afraid to tell it like they think it is. Their opinions are raw and only edited for grammar's sake.
Mary Kay Beckman wanted to find love online but instead she found a lunatic named Wade Ridley.
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Dr. Dr. Romance, I have strong feelings for my boss, he's 10 years older than me. I cannot explain why I have these feelings or why I think of him ....He's still my boss kinda, I'm working on a new mission and have a different boss now, its not the same. I miss my boss, I wander if he misses me too! What do you think? Dear Reader:
My client found it unbelievable. "Here I am 37 years old, a wife, a mom, a nurse valued by patients and staff, and I am hurt -- no, correct that, devastated -- by a supposed friend and her group of friends." My client went on to explain that after an extended illness she was invited by a friend to attend a spa three-day "weekend" with a group who had been to the spa before. She realized for her own health she would leave the spa early, and called for an appointment. "I had no idea I would be intruding," my client explained, and then went on to describe an unkind and thoughtless pattern of behavior: On their first day the group arranged an initial lunch for all, leaving her out of the conversation entirely, totally ignoring any of her attempts to join group conversation.
We all come to a point in relationships when we have to ask ourselves, "What's in this for me"? How do you determine whether or not the relationship is salvageable? As humans, we are wired to be connected. We are an interdependent species which means we cannot survive alone. This is why relationships are such an important part of our lives and crucial to our wellbeing. This is also why dysfunctional relationships can take a toll on our self-esteem and quality of life. When was the last time you really took the time to examine your relationships?
We've all been there – you've gone on a couple of dates, had a great time, then suddenly, as quickly as it started…silence. Nothing but crickets. So why did it happen? Why did he just vanish from your life? Well, the truth is, it's because he wasn’t the guy for you. You may have felt it, but it wasn’t there for him.
I was at coffee with a good friend of mine, and she was upset about her son. He has graduated from college and still lives at home with no job, playing computer games and living the good life. The good life isn’t so good anymore, as this boy’s behavior has taken a toll on her marriage. My friend was asking, “Where did we go wrong?”
What if your sex life isn’t making love but more like making “blah?” Perhaps you have a wonderful, happy relationship with your partner; but when it comes to sex it isn’t the mind-blowing, toe-curling, light-my-hair-on-fire experience you’re craving. Whether you’ve been in a relationship for 20 years or have been seeing somebody for 2 months, this lack of chemistry can really take a toll. It’s all too common that we become tongue-tied when discussing sex with our partner. We may be afraid of hurting our partner’s ego or cr