by Aiyana Ma'at The very first time my husband and I decided to enroll in Marriage Education classes I was so clear that there were some “issues” he needed to work on and I was just waiting for his “Aha!” moment to come so he could let go of some of his baggage and stop working my nerves. Yup, that was my thinking— pretty arrogant, right? Well, as each week passed what became clearer and clearer to me was the fact that I might be a bit “touched” too meaning I had some bags I needed to put down myself.
As indicated in my blogger tagline, wellness is also a topic I cover from time to time and discuss in greater depth with my sex life coaching clients. This post is about an all natural powdered sleep aid (mix it up in water) I found through www.drdavidwilliams.com. I have a male client with sleep issues and for him at least, it changed his life. I also list below my research and current understandings of easy ways to improve our sleep. Better sleep for better sex.
Everywhere we turn this month…twitter, Facebook, email, blog posts (even a few of mine)…it’s all about making or keeping New Year’s Resolutions. What will we do differently this year? What new goals are we setting for 2011? My instinct is when everyone is doing the same thing, be different.
Do you believe in "Happily Ever After?" Have you considered the subliminal messages we receive from a very young age about relationships? Perhaps these myths are standing in your way of a healthy relationship? Watch this video and find out!
INTRODUCTION Probably the number one question I get asked most often by gay couples is, unsurprisingly, "How do I make my relationship better?" So, in line with the holiday and beginning of a New Year, I thought I'd write a short blurb that lists some possible action steps you might take to improve your partnership in the coming year.
Have you ever said to yourself, or out loud, how angry, hurt, or betrayed you have felt (or feel) about the way you were treated in past relationships, or perhaps in the one you are currently in? Do talk to your friends about all the things that are not right in your relationship with your husband, or what was wrong with your ex? Are you now, or have you ever found yourself holding him, or others responsible for your situation, or the way it made you feel?
It’s that time of year again. To buy, host, decorate and exchange; to stand in line, shuttle between families and swear like Russell Crowe when the person in front of you at Best Buy takes too long to pay for that Inception DVD with exact change. Calendars get full and tensions can run high.
When I hear "Yes means No" or "No means Yes" I shake my head. When did this happen? When did the English language get turned around, like looking into a mirror? Because I know, and ask anyone who knows me, when I say NO...yup, you better stop and if you don't.... I don't want to hear anything that sounds like, "But..." or "But I thought you were kidding..." or "Gee, don't you have a sense of humor?" or "You're soooo sensitive..." or "Get over yourself!" or "Come on, lighten up!&quo
I love Jennifer Lopez's song “My love don't cost a thing…” If you’re fiercely independent it might be your theme song. If you’re not, it’s probably another great song with lyrics that you whole hardheartedly disagree with. Do you have a preference Rich Sex, Middle Class Sex or Below Middle Class sex? Do you even care? How many times has it crossed your mind? When you go out on a date do you have an avid interest in your guy’s financial history?
The sweetest love you have ever known is waiting for you. You have everything you need to create it, attract it, and allow it into your life. The next step is to tap into your internal resources, and create the love you have always wanted. Not sure how to do that? Mind: When you think about how your thoughts influence the quality of relationships you attract, and are attracted to, what comes up for you? What do you say to yourself quietly or out loud about having the love relationship you want, and has not shown up yet?