Is your boyfriend's birthday next month? Or maybe your husband has been having a hard time at work and you want to take his mind off it. Whatever your reasons for planning a surprise, here are seven schemes that he won't object to in the slightest. 1: Upgrade His Entertainment System
RELATIONSHIP ADVICE, DATING ADVICE, SELF-CONFIDENCE IN DATING
There's nothing like love and support from the people you love, but can you agree that when it comes to our romantic relationships, we're happy and open to the support from all? Why is that? Perhaps, we all know that love and the way we choose to exist with one another can be quiet complicated and ambiguous. Therefore, we're all ears to the advice of others!...especially us women... Read the article for relationship advice for women by relationship expert Michael Griswold.
Nice guys don’t finish last!... Now, before you raise an eyebrow at me, consider this: when was the last time you rejoiced after a woman offered you to ‘be friends’? Every man, on hearing the dreaded ‘I just want to be friends….’ understands that what it really means is this: ‘…Sure, I will let you take me out. …Absolutely, we can continue to discuss 18th century Russian Literature and enjoy the ballet!
There have been a lot of discussions in the media in the last week about Donald Sterling’s relationship with V. Stiviano. One of the commentators on a prime time news panel discussion even went as far as to comment that because Donald Sterling is 50 years V. Stiviano's senior, he must be a sexual predator (!!) What made the statement even more ironic was that it followed right after the same commentator’s defense of V.
In my first article for YourTango, I talked about how to stop being taken on a guilt trip. In this article, I'm talking about how a guilt tripper can ditch the trips. Of course, before we can let go of any behavior we first need to understand the purpose that behavior serves. When we understand this, we can then choose a more constructive behavior that's going to get us what we want--rather than backfire bigtime the way guilt trips always do.
How to Stop Getting Taken on Guilt Trips. There's a solution, but it requires building some emotional muscle. Originally Published on Psychology Today, April 8, 2014 by Jamie Turndorf, Ph.D. in "We Can Work It Out" Most of us like to travel, but I don’t know anyone who enjoys being taken on a guilt trip. We all know that a guilt trip is designed to induce an unpleasant feeling of guilt in another person, in order to manipulate that person into doing what the guilt tripper wants.
When I say touch I’m not referring to touch of a sexual nature either. Touching each other is a way to communicate feelings in addition to your words. Think about how much a simple hug can do for you. Some people are naturals at the art of touching and some need to put some effort into it. If you are the type of person who is a natural at expressing your feelings through touch, you will probably find that touch is something that is also very important to you.
I am going to start this article by making a statement that I feel that ALL women need to listen too. "That women are to encourage men to be Masculine - who they really are and not who women think they should be. This means women ARE to back off, and let MEN find and redefine OUR MASCULINITY in this CHANGING World and BALANCE between the Sexes!"
There is a ton of research on the negative effects of social media on both friendships and relationships. Often I find myself nodding my head in agreement in front of my monitor, as if to tell the article’s author, “Yes, you are totally correct!” And, generally, they do have some good topical advice on the subject. But, there is an opposite point of view: sometimes, social media can be helpful instead of harmful. And this includes turning the selfie into an usie*.
This essay brings to your attention the two very frequent scenarios of behaviors in relationships. A lot of people go through similar experiences and wish to change the situation. I suggest a different view at the problem, in fact, I shouldn’t call it a problem, rather an adaptive mechanism of your mind. This perspective shows you why your mind believes that it needs to apply the dysfunctional behaviors. The reason is the instinct of codependency which, if failed to terminate at puberty, prevents you from being self-sufficient.
Whether you meet online or offline the principles of meeting and getting to know one another are very much the same. The problems that come up when dating are often about trying to impress the other with your beauty, charm, wit, intellect, money, status or whatever else you decide is important.
The phone rang at 11:45 p.m., just as I was drifting off to sleep. It was my new billionaire sugar daddy, Michael. “Hello?” I asked still half asleep. “What are you doing?” Michael asked chuckling. “You aren’t sleeping are you? Because I want to see you, say in a half hour?” “I’ll be there in 45 minutes,” I responded as I sat up. I was suddenly very much awake. “See you soon sexy.” And with that, he hung up. My friend and his ex-sugar baby, Kate, said he was exhausting, and boy was she right.
Over the weekend, millions of you had "the talk" with that guy or that girl. You wanted to know where is this relationship going? Up until this momentous event, you've had a few casual dates with other individuals that are now on the sidelines. You just spent time together during the Super Bowl of relationships, Valentine's Day and now feel it's time to move this relationship to a more substantial level. Why is knowing their attachment style important this weekend?
I want to start this article by stating my own personal position quite clearly. Having suffered many years of abuse as a child... I have made it one of my MAIN GOALS in life to educate and inform people about ABUSE. Abuse takes many forms, there is sexual abuse, emotional abuse, mental abuse, physical abuse and
Do you know that 80% of the reason a relationship succeeds or fails is a result of the subtle "indirect" things you and a man communicate to each other? The truth is that many women do not even know what the most important parts of this "indirect" communication are, and how it all works. To make sure you stay close and deeply connected with the man in your life through even in the toughest of times, you need to master the skill of what I call "Emotional Awareness."
You can avoid losers and heartache by listening to your intuition instead of ignoring it. Time and again, I hear my clients say to me the following: “Something told me he wasn’t who he said he was.” “I had a feeling that he was cheating on me.” “I knew I should have never become involved with him.”