It's days before Valentine's Day and the internet is soiled and saturated in Valentine's articles. The sad news is that at days before Valentine's Day, if you don't already have a sweetie in tow, you're probably not going to have anyone you truly care about to go out with in the next week. You may be looking for a date just to avoid the awkward night alone, but isn't it more awkward to join someone you don't love on a day created to celebrate love?
Pining for the "good old days" with your ex can be a nice break from your daily routine, but when is it a good idea to hold out hope of reconciliation? Well, there are three foundational requirements for a healthy relationship. Read on to find out what they are!
Want Love? – Stop Texting! In today’s tech savvy world there are zillion ways to connect – email, phone, text message, facetime, instant message, etc. If you are looking for a real relationship, then it is time to start communicating in the right way with the right tool. The biggest problem we see with our clients is that they end up having a text conversation – this can be via email, instant message or text messaging – when they should be having an actual live conversation.
Venus moon rising. Sun square Pluto. These are common phrases seen in daily horoscopes and astrological readings. Depending on your sign, based on where the planets are aligned, the prediction for your day may have you prepared to win the lottery or ready to climb back in bed. Zodiac compatibility pairs Aries with Leos and Sagittarius for lifelong love and Cancers and Capricorns are considered their worst partners. There are predictions of success for love, romance and happiness for every sign and every sign pairing possible.
I have always been a very positive, outgoing woman but I've lived most of my life without positive female friendships. So, I decided to make a concerted effort to cultivate friendships with healthy, inspiring, communicative women, and here's what I have learned.
Insurmountable marital problems that lead to divorce for one couple may in fact lead to a healthier, stronger relationship for another. The difference lays in the commitment of the pair to make their marriage work. It only takes one person for divorce, but it takes both partners to sustain a marriage.
I received an email the other day from a woman who read my article “7 Reasons to Acknowledge Anniversaries”—she requested an article in kind about Valentine’s Day. Valentine’s Day presents us with a double bind. On the one hand, we are bombarded with advertisements, talk show segments, and subtle (or not so subtle) messages on how important it is to do the right thing by your sweetheart.
As the old saying goes, "breaking up is hard to do" ... especially if you're on the receiving end of a breakup. If you're the one ending the relationship, compassion is key. With that in mind, here are five ways you should never choose to end a relationship.
Love it or hate it, there only one day each year devoted to impressing your loved one and treating them like the most special person in the world. One wrong move, and us men are in the dog house, paying for our sins until the end of time! On the bright side, Valentine's Day as a great way to earn some bonus points, and show our partner's we care. It is essential to make the most of this day. Above all, you only get one chance to do it right and every moment counts.