Do you find yourself in a harmful situation, one that you can't justify leaving? Whether can't bear to part with the guy who doesn't love you back or won't quit a job you hate, this advice will help you walk away from frustration and into happiness.
After a break-up, it's normal to feel lonely over the weekend. Read on to see how life coach Lindsey Ellison filled up her time and what she learned during her process.
Feeling disconnected from your spouse? If so, it may be time to reconnect. Relationship expert Dr. Karen Sherman offers married couples five ways to revive those passionate feelings before Valentine's Day. Read on to see how you can easily get those fiery feelings back again in no time!
One of the most strongest things you might be feeling after a divorce is loneliness. Luckily, we've got the expert tips on how to keep it at bay until you've healed.
Getting back into the swing of dating after a breakup is a process. This personal development coach explains why you need to give yourself time to heal and reevaluate your desires and goals.
If you're feeling lonely in your relationship, it might not be because your partner is ignoring but because they have ADHD. Here's how to find out and perhaps how to better handle the situation.
A jacket has been created for young men that, while it looks like an ordinary coat, it feels like someone is hugging you from behind. The garment, called a Riajyuu Coat, also features the voice of a young woman murmuring to its wearer.
For every Facebook article extolling its virtues, there’s another that warns of its dire social consequences. Do we feel validated by our social media friends, or devastated by them? Does Facebook increase our loneliness, or help us feel connected? The key to determining whether you’re on-line too much or need more face-time is to consider how you use social media, and how you experience the consequences.
It’s the holiday season, but maybe gratitude is the last thing you’re feeling. Maybe you or your family is going through a really rough time right now, like the aftermath of Newton, Hurricane Sandy or other tragedy. Maybe you’re alone, or even more ironic, feeling lonely in the middle of family and friends.
Christmas time could be really lonely, especially if you are single and your family lives far away. So, can you find someone special to celebrate this joyful season of love?! 1. Download Dating Application on your phone. The best way to find a single guy/girl in your area is to use location based dating application. This is really fast and easy way to jump start your chances of finding love. Try - DateMeNow - http://datemenow.com This easy to use and free dating application is full of interesting people .
Loneliness has become an increasing problem in our relationships today. In fact, if you are living in a marriage without receiving love or being able to express heartfelt thoughts and feelings, you struggle to have a meaningful relationship. Heartache and loneliness results from disappointment of not having your dreams fulfilled by the most important people in your life. Everyone yearns and desires in a relationship: to be loved, accepted, respected, and appreciated by another person.
Drum roll, please! Here’s my TOP TEN LIST OF BEST-DOWN-IN-THE-DUMPS-ABOUT-LOVE songs. 1. I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry - Hank Williams 2. Love Hurts – Roy Orbison 3. She’s Out of My Life – Michael Jackson 4. In My Life – The Beatles 5. Unbreak My Heart – Toni Braxton 6. Even Now – Barry Manilow
So, if you’re facing being alone and dining solo on the biggest family feast day of the year, what’s the answer to that “What to eat for Thanksgiving” question?” 1. Get away? Contrary to some “expert” advice saying ”never eat alone,” a little solitude and self-nurturing, including solo dining, could be just what the doctor ordered. If you can manage it, maybe gifting yourself with a pampering weekend away could be a great recharge.
To: Letter to Me From: Myself Re: Thanksgiving Alone Date: November 22 Hi there, Yea, I’m here. I know. It’s Thanksgiving, and I’m……well, I could say I’m just checking my email here for a minute before the family gets here….or I had to jump online to check on the tweaks for that special cranberry recipe. Or, believably, I could be sending a couple of email