So you're in love. Congratulations! But why is there a nagging sadness on the edge of your happiness? This video, by Jason Silva of Shots of Awe tackles a big question in a passionate way.
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
©JudyHWright http://www.judyhwright.com We all have weaknesses that are hard to accept. Parents, teachers and caring adults see areas that need improvement in children and want to help them build confidence. The trick is to build confidence and acceptance without criticism and breaking the spirit. As I have mentioned in previous articles and books, “Soar with Your Strengths.”
What is dead? What if we bury Grandpa and then he wakes up? Will I die if I go to sleep? I hate him for dying, he said he would take me fishing. Death in the family is always difficult, but more so when it is someone close who is trying to deal with the grief. We Have All Lost Something or Someone
Feeling lonely? Don't worry, you're not the only one, and whether you're in a romantic relationship or not, there are ways to get out of your funk and around more people. Being "Alone" Doesn’t Mean Being "Lonely" In this video, Psychotherapist, Author and YourTango Expert Julie Orlov helps a reader who's been single for a while after a tough breakup. While happy, she's also incredibly lonely and feels hopeless about meeting someone who can fill that void in her life.
Life Isn't always fair. In fact sometimes it is very unfair. But we have to remember bad luck doesn't just happen to us. It is not personal. It is universal. Ernest Hemingway once said: "The world breaks everyone. and afterward,many are strong in the broken places." When we are going through adversity, it is not always possible to believe that everyone suffers loss and heartache. It feels and acts very personal when bad luck and rotten life experiences happen to good people.
According to a recent study, January is the most depressing month of the year. In fact, a study of 1,000 couples in Britain found that in January, couples fight for more than eight minutes a day and have 20 arguments during the month, compared to about 15 fights in the other months.
One of my good girlfriends suggest that I write down my feelings as I try to examine my relationship with a new man. So goes nothing! I've always wanted to be the cool girl. The girl that's never needed, zero drama, and has an amazing man to call her own. Instead, I find myself only able to put on a front and as a result I suffer alone with the consequences. It doesn't help that I think to much for my own good. So here's the latest brainbuster that plagues my mind whenever I find myself alone.
Leave it to the experts at Match.com to climb into the brains of singles all over the country and come up with some very interesting facts when it comes to the lovely state of being single. They surveyed 5,000 single Americans to see just how they felt about their non-relationship status, and found that only 6 percent called themselves "unhappy." Refreshing, isn't it?
If you are suffering from a broken heart or still carrying a shield over you heart to protect it from being broken again, Listen Up! Many of the women who come to me for help say something to the affect of “ I don’t’ ever want that to happen again1” How can I ever trust myself again”. Or, something like “ I am done with relationships, it’s just not worth the pain”. My response is two fold. Learning how to be discerning and not allow yourself to fall for someone when red flags are waving is one element that helps with this.
How long has it been since you got divorced or went through an intense break-up? Do you feel like you’re A-OK again, or no? Are you confident you’ve put your grief to bed, that you've got your life and emotions well under control? The following video may – or may not – cause you to rethink your handle on your divorce/ break-up. In it, I reveal the two most common ways that women bury their feelings of loss. But the scary part is most women aren't even aware they're doing it.
Certain feelings come to mind when considering how one should feel after a nice romp in the sheets—sexy, joyous, confident, elated, orgasmic, just to name a few. But how often are women feeling the complete opposite? According to new research, the bedroom blues may strike more often than you'd think.
Tim Gunn reveals in his new book that he has been celibate for "decades." Though he claims that celibacy has not kept him from a "perfectly satisfied and happy" life, Jennifer Wright of TheGloss.com argues that a lack of sex, regardless of whether or not you feel it, means a lack of fulfillment.
Just been dumped? Or worse, you caught someone you loved dearly cheating on you? Or maybe you did the breaking up. Whatever the situation, a broken heart is one of the worst feelings in the world. We've collected 10 sad love quotes for the broken hearted.
My earliest memories of summer include fond recollections of making forts with my friends, swimming every day in our pool and chasing the ice cream truck down the street. We were little maniacs when it came to ice cream. Our biggest challenge was just trying to stay up late. Those care-free days are long gone but they may hold some wisdom for how to beat the summer blues today. If you’d like to recapture a taste of the summer joy you had as a kid, try some of these ideas: 1. Mental Makeover: Summer can be a contrast between the “haves and the have nots.” When you hear about what others get to do, you may not feel so great about your own summer plans or lack thereof. When you notice once again that life is not fair, allow yourself a momentary silent sigh. Choose to be excited for your friends and then focus on how you will creatively make the most of what you have. Take a tip from the kids on your block who can turn any local mud patch into a mud pie-making factory.
I always get really sad when I realize how lonely I am. It's really funny because for most of my life I have been lonely. Even when I was with Rick, my ex of seven years I was insanely lonely. My loneliness comes across as crazy a lot of the time. Especially to men. Kinda weird how that works.