Getting out of a toxic relationship? You may have to take additional steps to get that bad influence out of your life. Read on as relationship expert Jennifer Twardowski explains a 4-step process that will help you heal from your toxic relationship.
Have your relationships not lasted very long? Here's how to fix a relationship before you inadvertently make it blow up in flames.
Do you love your dog? Relationship Coach Michael Griswold shares 5 bits of wisdom we can learn from our furry friends!
On the fence about working with a Matchmaker? Here are 10 ways they will add value to your search for love: A Matchmaker… 1. Works with you to understand your past and how it affects your current dating patterns. 2. Helps you shift outmoded or unproductive thinking patterns about dating and love 3. Suggests altering specific behaviors to reflect more of what you want in your life
I just came back from a Jain Convention and from visiting my parents in Cincinnati. As soon as I landed in NYC, I felt different than usual. I realized that feeling filled up by the love of my parents really placed me into a new mindset. From there, I went straight into a 3-day workshop with my business coach. I now feel even more revived. There is something so extremely powerful about getting support and letting people guide you in your life, especially people that have achieved what it is that you want to achieve.
Welcome to the class that doesn’t end…Team Lifelong Learner. Oprah says; life is one big classroom. Ladies and Gents your class is in session … You thought the last time you would be a student was when you crossed the stage and was handed a piece of paper…WRONG! Every single human being is a student; whether you embrace your lessons is a complete different story. Graduation is just the beginning of your next chapter. Look at your life as a book th
Have you ever heard the phrase “Keep doing what you’re doing, get more of what you got,” made popular by Werner Erhard? Either way, you will soon see why this truth begs an introduction to what I call your “tomorrow me.” That’s the YOU that’s here today representing the you of tomorrow (and the next day, and so on).
My heart goes out to the victims and families of those who died during this most recent senseless tragedy at the Sandy Hook Elementary School. Being a parent and professional counselor myself, I felt a guttural pain imagining how I would feel if my child had been shot. My grief can only be a miniscule fraction of what the parents whose children were shot are feeling. My hope is that we respond to all of the victims with compassion and caring.
Natalie is torn up inside about what her husband Sam has been going through. Both of Sam's aging parents have had major health crises over the past year. Because his brothers live far away and Sam and Natalie live in the same town as his parents, he's been driving them both to and from doctors' visits and has been maintaining their house too.
October 11th is National Coming Out Day, when many members of the LGBT community and its allies share their stories with the world in hopes of helping those who are struggling with gender identity issues.
Dear Dr. Romance: Thank you for writing "Lighten Up - Cures for Marital Boredom." Please allow me to give my opinion as to my priorities. I always had the idea to start from the bottom of your list and go upwards. Work together to create a partnership. Sex is important in life, but not number one as to your list. Unless a couple iron out their difficulties, of what ever nature. the problem remains hidden for next time to crop up.
Every year around this time I have 8 days that are a religious time for me. So, for the past week I have been fasting, going to temple, reflecting, thinking back over the last year and asking for forgiveness from those that I have hurt in any way through speech, action, or thoughts. As a way to ask for forgiveness, we say Micchami Dukkadam. Literally how it is spelled is how it is said.
As a busy mom, you know how difficult it is to focus on yourself when you are constantly driving the kids to soccer practice, swimming lessons and play dates. Now that school is back in session, all of a sudden you have a little extra time. What will you do? There are three solutions to shaping your day and your week without the little ones around.