Modern women have a lot on their plate, tackling several areas of life at once, and trying to be masculine and feminine every day can be daunting. But it is possible to embrace self love by consciously bringing out your feminine side.
Angelina Jolie has been a big news item in the past few days. And rightfully so. To have both breasts removed, and next, her ovaries, is not the usual way we hear of women doing things to prevent cancer. But before I talk about what it means as a woman, let me say that her case is fairly unusual "because more than 99% of women do not have BRCA1 -- or BRCA2, for that matter." So hopefully, women will not begin to think this is something they should do to prevent breast cancer. Without the presence of BRCA1, the best prevention for all disease is to eat well (and I mean EXTREMELY well), exercise regularly, avoid stress, and be happy. Now I want to talk about the self-image and emotional perspective of what Angelina Jolie has brought to the forefront of thinking. Can a woman who has had her breasts removed still feel like a woman?
Just because you're a mother, it doesn't mean that you can't be sexy too. Our expert reveals how to be supermom and tap into the sexiness that was there all along.
I'm a fan of the Millionaire Matchmaker on Bravo TV and last night's episode was great to blog about! First, I love Dr. Pat Allen who tried to help Angela and Shonda with how to balance their own alpha tendencies in the presence of an alpha man. What they cut out was most likely a lengthy explanation of how the last thing an alpha male wants from a woman is competition!
We Want It All It seems that we women still believe we can do everything. We feel that we can work the boardroom, bring home a big paycheck, be a loving wife, be the perfect Mom, and raise wonderful, compassionate, intelligent kids who go on to change the world. The problem is that it's just not happening.
The problem with buying into common untruths In high-powered corporate jobs, women experience greater success with more masculine energy. The opposite is true in love. When women bring an abundance of masculine energy to love, they have a difficult time finding true and lasting love with a masculine man.
You've been single for a while now, focusing on yourself and the things that make you happy. You've reached the point where you're ready to get back into the field of dating again, but where do you start? Can you make the first move on a guy you like? Are you ready to just jump into a committed relationship? Ah! 5 Ways To Be Attractive To Anyone
Aside from the obvious factors that are necessary for marital success, men and women should derive pleasure from each others femininity and masculinity. Regardless of sexual orientation, if you can not revel in your partner's distinct gender traits, maybe you are with the wrong person.
by Rodney Mueller You say you want a man, a leader, a lover and someone to take care of (love) you, yet you are not available to be taken care of (loved). You pride yourself on your independence and your not needing anyone. You probably are successful in your career, as in “important” and people need you. If you aren’t successful, you’ve definitely crafted a life that keeps you busy and conveniently less available and in less spots to be in relationship with a man.
There are so many rules regarding bringing your feminine energy to the dating world. They float through the Internet, radio, and television and make it increasingly difficult to know exactly what the world expects. What’s more, so many women simply reject the whole concept of “feminine energy” out of hand, saying, “I am not going change who I am just to land a man. If he can’t deal with my energy, then tough. His loss.”
When I first began promoting my program The Art and Science of Romance, I discovered an audience ready and eager to receive my gospel about the benefits of romance. There seems to be a swelling among women who have found success in the work place to bring back a respect for this human experience that’s been trivialized and corrupted by our much too serious culture!
Ever wonder why gay men drool over musclular Ken dolls while most women don't look twice? Or why the pouty stylings of Megan Fox (who's a pretty girl, sure) seem to have an unearthly pull on straight men? A study about facial attraction reveals men are generally drawn to certain features.