It's normal to want your life and business to prosper but saying yes to every opportunity may backfire. Read on to see what life coach Monica Magnetti suggests you do when too many options are getting thrown in your direction.
“Don’t we have a good relationship?” I asked Robert one cold morning. I was having difficulty eating my breakfast. “Why do we get in arguments like this? Should we get counseling?” We had been in a slump for weeks, and I couldn’t figure out what to do. Our sex life had fallen way off. This didn’t make any sense for people in their early 30’s. At first I reached for him at night, snuggling against his chest. Sometimes I reached for his penis. He moved away from me every time.
There are many reasons you may have trust issues but there comes a time when you should resolve them. Life coach Rick Clemons offers a 5-step guide to determining why it is you have these issues and how you can move on to a more fulfilling and trusting life.
Building trust is one of the biggest concerns couples come to me with each week. It is a simple and a difficult task that requires intentions in all your interations together. You can do it, here is how. Talk through the following five questions with your sweetie to start building greater trust and intimacy now. Even if you think you know your partner’s answer, stay open to the possibility that they could surprise you. Answering these can be a great starting point to becoming even stronger together.
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Have you been thinking of trying hypnosis for a problem in your life? I have been a licensed hypnotherapist for over 25 years, although for most of my early life I was terrified of being hypnotized and thought it meant being in someone’s power. I was terrified that I would go to a scary place and not be able to move or come back. No way was I going to try it!
Personal development coach Sherri Nickols joins YourTango experts Charles Orlando, Sheila Paxton and Barbara Schiffman as Melanie Gorman asks us what advice we would give to women looking for love.
As Carrie Bradshaw once cleverly related “When a relationship dies, do we ever really give up the ghost, or are we forever haunted by the spirit of relationships past?” Many of us have had a BIG relationship. Maybe not as BIG as the relationship we're in, but we've all had one of those relationships that hit us hard, chewed us up, and spit us out in the end. And though we managed to sweep ourselves off, pick up the peaces and move on, sometimes we feel haunted by the ghost of the relationships past.
Trapeze artists might be some of the bravest people in the world, but they're also among the most vulnerable. Tremendous trust—in themselves, other people, and the universe—is necessary to be able to climb up a 25-foot ladder, grab onto a thin bar, and jump. Relationships have always been my trapeze bars.
Dear Dr. Romance: I wanted to get your reaction to something; what would it mean to you if someone said to you "So maybe I quit on our relationship." Yes my wife said this to me right before I left on deployment and I have been having a hard time dealing with it.
Vulnerability is often seen as a weakness, but it's actually a strength. Dr. Brené Brown, a renowned expert on vulnerability, explains that it's really about "sinking into" the joyful moments in life — daring to show up and let ourselves be seen.
It’s just amazing at how good we are at the stories we tell ourselves. Making up stories happens so fast that we don’t even realize what champions we have become at story-telling! And then those stories dictate our thoughts, our perceptions and ultimately our lives. We have a story or opinion on everything, it seems.
Without a general agreement between the two of you about core values, what issues that you care deeply about and how you want to live your lives together as a couple, your chances of being happily married for a lifetime are not good. As love and marriage experts, we know that you simply cannot marry a man who doesn't share your values.
Have willful, non-spontaneous sex, stick around a bit longer than you think you should, and more ways to revive your long-term relationship.