You are jet lagged. This means that you can't fall asleep when required, your eyes close during dinner with friends, you wake up starving in the middle of the night, your brain is sleeping and missing out on the visit of that amazing museum you couldn't wait to see, your bowels need attention when you are trekking with no toilets in sight ... Basically, your system is a mess, and it takes its toll on your schedule and enjoyment.
Society has sent women the message that having needs makes us "too much" for men. We have been told that wanting more time with a man or needing his affection makes us clingy and neurotic. This isn't true. Just because we crave a human connection doesn't mean that we are going to drown a man in all of our needs.
It's the weekend, and you know you will get that text message or phone call from him, and you don't know whether to be pleased or angry. I am talking about the "booty call" or the faux relationship; he never calls or texts you during the week, and when you call or text him, he never replies. But, as soon as the weekend rolls around, it is like clockwork and he texts or calls you exactly when the bars close.
Keep It Simple Stupid. We learned it in school when we learned to write…keep it simple stupid (K.I.S.S)… but apparently some men missed the memo. I am in a unique place in my life, a place I’ve never been before, and I’m still adapting to it. I am busy, sincerely and legitimately busy, and I have little time for socialization. I am making time for friends I’ve known most of my life, and of course my family, but others are not a priority.
At roughly the midway point in my recent sixty day dating detox, a good friend of mine casually mentioned that I join her weekly Book Club at their upcoming meeting. Evidently, they were beginning a 6 week “dating course” about attracting mature and meaningful relationships, and my friend thought that I would be a great addition to the group…particularly for this little adventure. I mean…obviously.
Mastering the Art of Feeling Good Intro Series: Part-5 Haven't we all spent most of our lives seeking love? More specifically, seeking the love from those we want it from, in the ways we want to get it from them? Or maybe you've searched high and low for that One Special Love Relationship in your life that you hope will make your life forever complete.
There are many advantages at your fingertips in this new world of online dating sites. In the search for your perfect match, you are not only able to key in the height, weight, age, race, religious preference and locale of a potential partner, but now you can also key in any specific kink that you may desire. New online fetish dating sites are popping up on a daily basis.
Dear Dr. G., I just read that teen girls are much more likely than teen boys to show signs of depression. This worries me because I have a set of 13 year old fraternal twins and the girl looks like she may be a little sad. Her brother, on the other hand,is happy-go-lucky and nothing can ruin his day. The two of them came into the world differently. My son was an easy baby. He slept through the night at 3 months of age and was a good eater. My daughter was always fussy and hard to soothe.
Today was hot and sunny, and remembering the pain of that burn, I wondered, can we have emotional sunburns, too? That is, pain from hurt feelings, anger and misunderstanding that has rubbed us so raw we're chafing. I do believe I have witnessed emotional sunburn, even suffered from it myself on occasion. Here are five questions you can ask yourself to see if you experienced it as well.
It seems people are forgetting or allowing themselves to forget about safe sex and at best not knowing how to keep themselves safe during sex. Either they don't care or think they are invincible or they are too trusting of people they just meet. Which ever the case maybe people need to realize STD's are a real issue for a huge percentage of the country.