Want to step into your next date or relationship a little more equipped?
In Part 1 of this article, we looked at the biggest dating mistake women make and how to feel more comfortable in social situations. In today’s Part II, Dating & Relationship Coach, Jeremi McManus, continues to share advice and tips from his years of experience with client. Let’s jump right in:
The President's State of the Union is over – what would be part of yours if given about your union?
In political chambers throughout the country, including in our national Capitol, political leaders give annual addresses to talk about how we are doing and what challenges we need to face in the year ahead. Thinking about the highlights offered in the State of the Union tonight, there are similar categories that you could use to evaluate your union. How would you rate your marriage, domes
5 Ways to give yourself the gift of true authentic love for Valentines Day
It’s just a day, right?
Wrong. Expectations are high. Disappointments are high. Self love and appreciation seem to be at an all-time low on this one particular day of the year. Perhaps that this is why there are more relationship break-ups on this day than any other day of the year.
Why do we keep searching for happiness, joy, love and appreciation outside ourselves? Failing to grab a hold of it, we find ourselves trying even harder! The more we search elsewhere for love, the more frustration we experience.
Mary and Matthew Crawley offer a lesson about the importance of open, honest communication.
This week, I encouraged amy clients to tune into Downton Abbey — and not for the fabulous clothing, the witty dialogue or the historical intrigue. Couples — married, engaged, or in committed relationships — can learn a great deal from the way that two of the key protagonists, Mary and Matthew Crawley, have fiercely disagreed over money.
When my husband and I walked out of the SAG screening of Silver Linings Playbook last Monday he said, "This movie is about love." He also said he could relate to Bradley Cooper's part. Whatever the emotional struggle men have in the world, this movie exemplified them. For some men, dealing with feelings is simply foreign territory and overwhelming. Last night in our Soho neighborhood in New York City, a building was destroyed by fire in a dispute between a man and his wife. He set fire to the building.
Answers to matters of the heart are found in stillness.
How doing perpetuates unhealthy relationship patterns
It wasn’t until I was 40 years old that I understood Albert Einstein’s quote, “You can’t solve a problem with the same mind that created it.” Up until then, I kept attracting relationships that only went so far.
He may never admit he worries about anything, but trust us, he does.
As problem-solvers, men look for the fastest, most effective ways to work through issues, and many think the best way is to do that alone. But therein lies the main challenge for relationship dynamics: He wants to work through it alone and thus fails to communicate it, and his significant other knows something's wrong, but doesn't know what it is, and may assume it has something to do with her, even if it doesn't.
Here's how to deal with those prying personal questions from your relatives holiday gatherings.
If you’re like most Americans you’ve got a family gathering or two you’re expected to attend around holiday time. For many of you this can be a daunting, stress evoking, prospect. The thought of exposing yourself to the well meaning (or not) questions about your dating life and your continued single status from relatives you may or may not see on a regular basis is enough to unleash a horde of butterflies in the pit of your stomach and prevent you from getting your much needed beauty sleep.
Don't let social media interfere with your love life.
You've had a long day and need some time to unwind. What is the first activity you are drawn to do? For most people, it's Facebook, much to the dismay of their significant others and to the detriment of their romantic relationships.