Parenting in the digital age presents issues our parents never had to consider. From social media to cell phones, how can we ensure that our children are safe? We asked the experts to weigh in, and here's what they had to say.
So here we are again… Every year during the transition into the fall season, you start to notice a major shift in the dating scene. People start approaching you more for dates, you start getting “Hey Stranger” messages from old flings and you find that men seem a little more open to the idea of the exclusivity of dating than they were during the spring and summer months. Ladies and gentlemen, it is officially “Cuffing Season.” You may or may not be familiar with the cuffing cycle so let me break it down for you:
Decades of dating and I had the wrong approach to finding my true love. I got into personal development and healing because I was searching for a solution to my single problem. Every time an upset, horrible breakup or blow-off occurred, I was always seeking to escape the heartache by trying to find a healing technique to soothe the pain. This process actually delayed my love’s arrival because I was kicking away the solution along with the problem.
You're enjoying your romantic relationship then suddenly a disagreement unfolds and you find yourself immersed in intense feelings and thinking, "Oh goodness--this feels really awful!" How do you get back to the love zone that you were just enjoying? Conficts are a natural part of relationships and are a bound to happen at some point. Yet, they don't have to be a source of angst or deterioration in the relationship. These three tips can help you sail through those more choppy waters and return to the love zone more quickly.
There are times when friction between two spouses or an unmarried couple can be so intense that the only wise, mature choice is a separation. When two people truly want to work out their differences but can't, my clients and I call this type of separation an intermission.
We have all dated someone with an addiction, whether you knew it or not. But once you find out about the addiction, do you continue to date this person or do you run for the hills?
When I was looking for love, I often dated up to three guys simultaneously. I wasn't trying to hit some number in the Guinness Book of World Records. Rather, my goal was simple: to find a guy I could date more than three times, hoping this would lead to a relationship.
As much as I value marriage and family, I often wonder if we are not fooling ourselves as a society that the institute of marriage is the defining factor or that the term marriage needs to be redefined itself. There are an overwhelming number of individuals that hit a wall in their marriage when the couples are in their forties. There is almost a biological time cap that is happening to marriage in this day and age and that is after a period of time the marriage moves into a comfortable friendship and is no longer sexy or even fun.
In an ideal world, we’d all have a job we loved. The alarm would go off at 7am and we’d jump out of bed, keen to get to work and get on with the day. We’d proudly tell strangers what we do and relish the extra-curricular networking, dinners or tasks required to grow in our careers. But in reality, very few of us can admit we’ve hit the jackpot when it comes to the day job.
At the beginning of each school year, your kids have a chance for a fresh start. And you, their most important teacher, are key to their success. Here's are five ways you can help them succeed.