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  • Our relationship with God changes when faced with potential romantic rejection

    Relationships News -- ScienceDaily
    17 Apr 2014 | 1:41 pm
    Easter is a time when many people in the world think about their relationships with God. New research explores a little-understood role of God in people's lives: helping them cope with the threat of romantic rejection. In this way, God stands in for other relationships in our lives when times are tough.
  • Research reveals what your sleeping position says about your relationship

    Relationships News -- ScienceDaily
    15 Apr 2014 | 5:37 pm
    Scientists have discovered what people’s preferred sleeping position reveals about their relationships and personality. The research revealed the most popular sleep positions for couples, with 42% sleeping back to back, 31% sleeping facing the same direction and just 4% spending the night facing one another. In addition, 12% of couples spend the night less than an inch apart whilst 2% sleep over 30 inches apart.
  • There's no faking it: Your sexual partner knows if you're really satisfied

    Relationships News -- ScienceDaily
    10 Apr 2014 | 5:35 am
    There is no point faking it in bed because chances are your sexual partner will be able to tell. A study found that men and women are equally perceptive of their partners' levels of sexual satisfaction. The study identified sexual communication and ability to recognize emotions as important factors that predict accuracy in gauging one partner's sexual satisfaction.
  • Should You Text To Break Up?

    Relationships
    J. R. Bruns, M.D.
    21 Apr 2014 | 4:40 am
    Breaking up is hard to do...in person.read more
  • Can I let myself fall?

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    doneinsecret
    21 Apr 2014 | 3:27 am
    So today I went to see Taylor, he had to work all day even though it was Easter. I went in and saw him and when I got home he texted me and said “You look really pretty, When I saw you walk in my heart skipped a beat.” … I am totally not the type to fall for romantics… but this guy is really sweet. I mean maybe it’s safe to fall for him? He seems sincere and he’s kinda shy, not the type I usually go for but then again look where that’s gotten me. Maybe it’s time I try out a relationship, see where it takes me. I only have one thing that really…
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  • Should You Text To Break Up?

    J. R. Bruns, M.D.
    21 Apr 2014 | 4:40 am
    Breaking up is hard to do...in person.read more
  • Improving Your Sex Appeal

    Rebecca Coffey
    21 Apr 2014 | 4:37 am
    14 science facts to help you up your sexy game—or not.read more
  • Adolescence and the Need to Please Parents

    Carl E. Pickhardt, Ph.D.
    21 Apr 2014 | 4:33 am
    Attachment Parenting the child is usually more mutually pleasing than Detachment Parenting the adolescent.read more
  • Talking My Patient Out of Boob Job

    Marty Klein, PhD
    20 Apr 2014 | 9:23 pm
    I didn't exactly talk her out of it, but I did help her understand she was just trying to feel less powerless. That led to some profound conversations with her boyfriend.read more
  • Impossible Love

    Mary C. Lamia, Ph.D.
    20 Apr 2014 | 5:15 pm
    The object of impossible love is thought of as someone who can appease your desires, but for various reasons is beyond your reach. read more
 
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  • Our relationship with God changes when faced with potential romantic rejection

    17 Apr 2014 | 1:41 pm
    Easter is a time when many people in the world think about their relationships with God. New research explores a little-understood role of God in people's lives: helping them cope with the threat of romantic rejection. In this way, God stands in for other relationships in our lives when times are tough.
  • Atypical brain connectivity associated with autism spectrum disorder

    16 Apr 2014 | 2:23 pm
    Autism spectrum disorder in adolescents appears to be associated with atypical connectivity in the brain involving the systems that help people infer what others are thinking and understand the meaning of others' actions and emotions. The ability to navigate and thrive in complex social systems is commonly impaired in ASD, a neurodevelopmental disorder affecting as many as 1 in 88 children.
  • Research reveals what your sleeping position says about your relationship

    15 Apr 2014 | 5:37 pm
    Scientists have discovered what people’s preferred sleeping position reveals about their relationships and personality. The research revealed the most popular sleep positions for couples, with 42% sleeping back to back, 31% sleeping facing the same direction and just 4% spending the night facing one another. In addition, 12% of couples spend the night less than an inch apart whilst 2% sleep over 30 inches apart.
  • What happens when we try to manipulate our voice to attract a mate? Her voice is hot, his is not

    11 Apr 2014 | 12:33 pm
    Trying to sound sexier? Sorry, guys, it seems you just don't have what it takes. New research suggests that men cannot intentionally make their voices sound more sexy or attractive, while women have little trouble. And true to the stereotype, women will lower their pitch and increase their hoarseness to dial up the allure.
  • There's no faking it: Your sexual partner knows if you're really satisfied

    10 Apr 2014 | 5:35 am
    There is no point faking it in bed because chances are your sexual partner will be able to tell. A study found that men and women are equally perceptive of their partners' levels of sexual satisfaction. The study identified sexual communication and ability to recognize emotions as important factors that predict accuracy in gauging one partner's sexual satisfaction.
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  • Can I let myself fall?

    doneinsecret
    21 Apr 2014 | 3:27 am
    So today I went to see Taylor, he had to work all day even though it was Easter. I went in and saw him and when I got home he texted me and said “You look really pretty, When I saw you walk in my heart skipped a beat.” … I am totally not the type to fall for romantics… but this guy is really sweet. I mean maybe it’s safe to fall for him? He seems sincere and he’s kinda shy, not the type I usually go for but then again look where that’s gotten me. Maybe it’s time I try out a relationship, see where it takes me. I only have one thing that really…
  • Lines | Connecting Past to Future

    Jim in IA
    21 Apr 2014 | 3:25 am
    My daughters joined me to visit teaching colleagues on July 2, 1979. They had some sparklers in prep
  • The things God is behind......

    rolerrol
    21 Apr 2014 | 3:25 am
    Easter is over but at the same time it’s not! How can we go on from here as normal? There are things that must change. yes there is reflection, but that reflection must translate into something meaningful. There has been so much revelation I have got from Easter. I will hold it in my heart and make sure that revelation is acted upon. Today is a new day. Today, the day after Easter marks a new way of living, a new way of thinking and a new way of doing things. There is victory and there is hope! Will it be hard? Yes! But I can’t live my life the way I lived it before…
  • You Don't Know Me

    thenonamepoet
    21 Apr 2014 | 3:19 am
    “The man I know wouldn’t away.” Damn, I guess you know everything about me So go a
  • #93 receiving a real Easter greeting card

    Sandra Martinsone
    21 Apr 2014 | 3:01 am
    It’s Easter time and in our social media networks we receive Easter greetings, e-greeting cards etc, but how often, if at all, you would receive or expect to receive a real greeting card by mail? To some it may be kind of old school, but i love it! Someone has made an effort to buy a card, write in it, buy a stamp and post it. There is so much more thought and love in it. Little moments like these are precious! Price: well, people, who potentially would want to send you something, need your home address; email isnt enough for this old school thing; Amazingness: it put a genuine smile on…
 
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  • Strengthen Your Marriage

    18 Apr 2014 | 1:25 am
    Are you wondering how you can strengthen your marriage? A starting point is to talk with each other about these lists of things some husbands and wives want from marriage. Here are a few more things you can do to enhance your marriage. Cuddle, snuggle, hold hands, hug, and kiss your spouse. Walk together -- both physically and emotionally. Eat at least one meal a day together. Talk with one another during dinner. Commit to having date nights. One of the keys to great sex is communication. If you are having sexual problems, discuss them. Share your feelings with your spouse. Leave love notes…
  • Do You Believe in Soul Mates?

    16 Apr 2014 | 3:04 am
    Comments about individuals believing they are marrying their soul mates are often mentioned in press releases and stories about long lasting marriages. Soul mate movie themes are popular, too. We heard engaged couples on Engaged Encounter Weekends talking about how they found their soul mates. Advertisements for match making services try to sell the idea that you can find your soul mate by taking their tests....Read Full Post
  • Passover Tips for Jewish-Christian Couples

    13 Apr 2014 | 5:03 pm
    During the celebration of major religious celebrations such as Passover and Easter, interfaith couples may find themselves wondering how to be supportive of differing faith traditions. Here are some tips for interfaith marriages dealing with the issue of different spring holiday celebrations. ...Read Full Post
  • Mad Men and Marriage

    10 Apr 2014 | 5:23 pm
    Mad Men, the popular television series on AMC, began its seventh and fnal season on Sunday, April 13, 2014. I will admit to enjoying the series. Did you know there ...Read Full Post
  • The Smirk

    9 Apr 2014 | 5:03 pm
    Every now and then I can get into a bad mood for no special reason. Sort of a "just because" mood. The last time it was probably due to lack ...Read Full Post
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  • my wife call the police on me

    bluecoffee
    21 Apr 2014 | 3:26 am
    What do you think I should do? One day me and my wife got into an argument over a virus in the computer. she started to scream at me and then I yell back and tell her to calm down but then it got worse. she began to push all the book off my desk and bang on the door really hard. I ran after her into the bed room and tell her to calm down by grapping her arm and I pushes her down on to the bed but no physical harm was done by me and then I left the house just to cool off. She call the police but I wasn` t at the house at the time. Two weeks later I receive a letter from the court to appear for…
  • Sister in law troubles.

    Tootsie75
    20 Apr 2014 | 11:20 pm
    Hello, my sister in law has been ignoring me lately and it is really uncomfortable to be around her. I talked to my husband about it but he doesn't like to talk about it. It is really hard to deal with because I feel so lost and confused on why she is treating me this way. This has been going on for little over a year. I do not go to my husbands family events much anymore because it is really uncomfortable when she ignores me and I end up sitting alone or feeling like I am a new kid at school. I will give you an overview on how things came to be. We used to be really close but her attitude…
  • enough reason?...

    jennifer1986
    20 Apr 2014 | 10:37 pm
    It's been a long time since I was here. Well, since I was mostly on the SEX section, and it's still relevant.... Has anyone REALLY left/divorced over a bad sex life? The actual situation is a lot more than that. But I am often amazed by how many people would call it quits when the sex is not working. Many people in my circle can ignore that(or just completely forget about it); they simply live as housemates, parents of kids, etc.
  • found husband on swingers website?!

    leslie2
    20 Apr 2014 | 10:33 pm
    Hey everyone... I am truly heartbroken ..... I was just reading this forum for some answers but decided to tell my story anyway.... I'm married for about four years... and to be completely honest I can say that it has been nothing but a great partnership.... lots of affection, my husband constantly does tons of sweet things for me, we are very loving couple and things in bed are great too... or that is what I thought.... by accident (long story) I found his online profile on swingers website. basically he states there how much he wants to try sex in all kind of a form etc. women, men…
  • A Public Service Announcement

    Dreald
    20 Apr 2014 | 9:51 pm
    http://www.goingyourownway.com/mgtow...-redpill-1404/
 
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  • Lovely Marriage Ceremony Costume

    savascavusoglu
    20 Apr 2014 | 9:24 pm
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  • Satisfaction

    lnmorris2288
    20 Apr 2014 | 9:18 pm
    It has been way entirely too long since I’ve written. I’ve been incredibly busy, and its hard to find “me” time. Things are going well, for the most part, so I don’t feel the need to vent very often. I decided to post today because of a fight we had this morning. It made me question a lot of things…mostly myself. I wondered (all day) if I will or can ever be satisfied. Our problems today pale in comparison to those of just a short year ago. We still have problems though. I don’t expect a perfect relationship, but I feel like we deserve a better one…
  • Forever Best Friend

    michelledawn92
    20 Apr 2014 | 9:14 pm
    It’s getting to that point in my life where it’s more evident that certain friendships wont last.  I’m almost at the very end of my college career and after graduation everyone will disperse.  I know people moving to different cities and states, doing the things they were born to do! It’s so exciting to see everyone following their dreams.  I always end up stopping to think about myself in these times, I think of myself a lot actually. I’m an extremely selfish self absorbed person but I don’t think people notice much because I’m not verbal about…
  • The Feeling of Honest Words

    megleelow
    20 Apr 2014 | 9:10 pm
    Not lucky, just loved. That is what my husband said to me a while ago when I adoringly looked up into his lovely grey-green eyes and said, “I’m so lucky to be with you and to have you as my husband.” And he looked down at me with all the love in the world, and without one ounce of cheese and every bit of sincerity he said, “You’re not lucky, just loved.” And then my heart stopped beating and a tear welled up in my eye, and the earth as I know it was still. The cynics and skeptics out there will read this first part and probably gag, roll your eyes, scoff,…
  • Ressurection Sunday

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    20 Apr 2014 | 9:05 pm
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  • The Art of Contentment

    Corey
    17 Apr 2014 | 6:36 am
    A majority of struggle in married life is in our head. We wonder why we can’t find time to connect with loved ones because we’re caught up in our to do lists, or struggling with an inadequacy, or striving to create a life like we see other’s living in their Facebook feed. This struggle is normal … as it is part of the process of becoming. It’s the path to creating a more solid, flexible self. Someone who knows who they are and is comfortable in their own skin. A great step forward in this process is to learn the art of contentment. Contentment is not easy –…
  • 5 Ways to Help Ensure a Happy Marriage

    guest
    15 Apr 2014 | 6:00 am
    This is a guest post from Ken Myers. In today’s world, people get married for a variety of reasons. Sometimes a couple really doesn’t put into perspective just how much work could go into developing a happy marriage. Getting married for the wrong reasons could make the experience much more difficult to obtain happiness. However, this isn’t saying that it’s impossible. Being a couple is about unity.You’re no longer separated by complete individuality but are together as something special and unique. What can you do to help ensure the marriage is a happy one that…
  • Ask Me Anything … Answers

    Corey
    13 Apr 2014 | 1:46 pm
    Last week was an open mic format – I partnered with a Harvard-MIT start-up called Six Questions. Now the answers to the top six questions are available. So if you asked a question, or voted for some, or are simply interested in several 1 minute clips that will help your relationship – watch them below. Ask Me Anything … Answers is written by Corey from: Simple Marriage ----------- A FEW THINGS WE LOVE: Simple Marriage's eCourses - marriage help from the comfort of your own phone. Sexy Marriage Radio
  • The Science of Happy Relationships

    Corey
    10 Apr 2014 | 1:07 pm
    What do we know today about happy relationships? A lot actually. This infographic from the happiness training app Happify sums up several important findings from studies on what makes couples happy. For example, happy couples have 5 positive interactions for every negative one, versus the 0.8 positive interactions for every negative one that divorced couples go through. And how about this tidbit: When it comes to strengthening your relationship, studies show the most crucial factor is how you celebrate your partner’s good news. In one study, people who did this 3x a day for 1 week…
  • How To Choose A Shrink: Part 2

    Corey
    8 Apr 2014 | 5:04 am
    If you happened to miss the initial guide, be sure to check it out. One reader asked a few very good follow up questions based on part one. Here is an excerpt: Finding a therapist, especially when there isn’t anything catastrophic wrong, is a challenging thing. There just seems no good way to find someone without a referral from a friend, which most people (including myself) are too uncomfortable asking for. How do you do a phone screen? How do you know if the counseling is “working”? How long is a fair trial? Allow me to attempt to tackle the stigma of going to counseling.
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  • Siren Salon In NYC on Monday, May 12th!

    Rori Raye
    20 Apr 2014 | 1:55 pm
    I’ll be in NYC from May 2nd through the 16th, visiting family – and re-making and re-remembering my personal New York experience of over 30 years ago…living in museums, taking art class, Feldenkrais class, MELT class…whatever suits my fancy…AND seeing clients, friends and members of the Rori Raye/Modern Siren community on the east coast! To […] Related posts: Modern Siren Works! A Siren Song You Are Venus – The Aphrodite Poem
  • Get Notes From The Universe

    Rori Raye
    17 Apr 2014 | 8:58 am
    It’s been years, and I still read every note, every day. Go get yours from Mike Dooley–>> …this one knocked me out: “Rori, I keep telling ‘em that it’s a jungle out there; that time and space isn’t a place for “scaredies”; that toes are stubbed, hearts are broken, and dreams can seem to be […] Related posts: Another Note From The Universe A Note From The Universe About Anger and Resentment Adventure in the Universe
  • Happy It’s Over And More…

    Rori Raye
    14 Apr 2014 | 6:32 am
    Here’s a great letter and some gems of advice… From “Happy It’s Over”: “Rori, I was in the similar situation I read about in one of your newsletters: He may have well been sleeping over his ex’s house because he was there frequently (for help, of course!) and couldn’t stop talking about her. He said “Two […] Related posts: Give Up to Get to Your Happy Ever After Name Your Happy, Dreamy Journal – And Let’s Get What We Want If It’s Hard to Even Visualize Your Happy Ever After – Let’s Do This
  • Be A Rori Raye Relationship Coach

    Rori Raye
    10 Apr 2014 | 6:12 am
    Hi, This is Rori…. On July 7th, 2014 – you can be one of a small group of women to study with me to become a Rori Raye Relationship Coach by Thanksgiving…. If this is tickling your mind – perhaps it’s a nice addition to the work you’re already doing, or the career change you’ve […] Related posts: Introducing…New Rori Raye Coaches! New 4-Week Rori Raye Teleseminar New Rori Raye 6-Week “You Get Love” Teleclass
  • Why Are Relationships So “Hard” These Days?

    Rori Raye
    7 Apr 2014 | 8:18 am
    The Question: So many people are having so much difficulty finding and maintaining relationships. Why is it so hard these days? How can you say it doesn’t take work? My Answer: A relationship is a team. Seems obvious, but really – it’s often the first place a relationship breaks down. Being in a relationship means […] Related posts: How Many Men Can You Have Sex With At the Same Time (On Different Days, Anyway) The Art Of Letting Go In Relationships 4 Types Of Relationships That Are Destined to Fail
 
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  • What Your Parents, The Media and Our World Should Have Taught You About Romantic Relationships

    lmerlobooth
    17 Apr 2014 | 5:50 am
    1.    If your significant other talks poorly to you, s/he will likely talk poorly about you. Bad mouthing a loved one behind their back is about that person’s lack of integrity, not your behavior. Choose your significant other wisely.2.    Getting married, having a baby or moving will not fix a relationship. These actions will instead amplify what is already there—the good, the bad and the ugly. Don’t look to these things as your savior. Fix the underlying issues before you get more deeply imbedded in them.3.    You are 100%…
  • The Story of Self-Sabotage…Karen’s Journey

    lmerlobooth
    10 Apr 2014 | 10:02 am
    (Note: This is a fictitious story and “Karen” is a conglomeration of women and their life-sabotaging choices) Karen is 28 years old, single and has never been married. More than anything she wants to be married and have kids. She just can’t seem to find the “right” guy, though, and often seems to end up with men who are just plain bad for her. She doesn’t understand how that happens. She throws her hands up often, asking, “Are there any nice guys out there?” Next thing you know, Karen meets Bob. Bob’s “great.” He’s fun to hang out with, he can be nice when he wants to…
  • Stop the Silencing: Own Your Place in this World

    lmerlobooth
    1 Apr 2014 | 6:26 am
    As I’m launching my next tele-class, Finding Your Voice, I’ve been reminded of all the ways women end up silencing themselves, playing small in their lives and even losing themselves in relationships. What’s interesting about the dynamic of losing your voice is that it’s often a subtle process. Initially, many women do speak up for what they want. They ask their husbands to talk more, they try to set limits with people who don’t treat them well and they often ask for support around their dreams. The trouble begins to happen though, when they are met with a “no.”  If this…
  • Building Your Accountability Muscles

    lmerlobooth
    26 Mar 2014 | 6:51 am
    People have this fantasy that “if only” their partner was kind, or respectful or caring or … (fill in the blank),  their relationship would be great; this is not how relationships work. The idea that your relationship would be fine or easy “if only” your partner…, is a convenient way of taking the responsibility of creating a healthy relationship off of yourself. Chances are your partner is thinking the same thing about you – if only you would…

 She said: “You never talk, it’s like I’m living alone!”
 He said: “I would talk if you weren’t nagging all…
  • Asking for What You Want

    lmerlobooth
    19 Mar 2014 | 6:05 am
    Directly asking for what you want can be a difficult skill to master for many women. One of the biggest obstacles for women with this struggle is worry. Women often get caught up in worrying about whether what they’re asking for is reasonable, whether the person is likely to give them what they ask for, how the other person might respond to their request and whether or not their request is likely to upset the other person. No wonder women struggle with asking for what they want; all of these concerns would paralyze most people!Rather than fretting over what is and is not okay to ask for or…
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  • Do Fewer Babies Create Happier Humans and Better Societies?

    Bella DePaulo, Ph.D.
    17 Apr 2014 | 3:13 pm
    As more women are having fewer children, a panic has developed about what this might mean for societies. Here are five ways in which the tendency toward having fewer children might actually be good for individuals and nations. read more
  • Relationship Virgins

    Bella DePaulo, Ph.D.
    5 Apr 2014 | 3:58 am
    If you are in your 20s or 30s or even older than that, and you have never had a romantic relationship, maybe you are not as alone as you think. read more
  • Get Married, Get Heart Disease: Study of 3.5 Million Adults

    Bella DePaulo, Ph.D.
    1 Apr 2014 | 2:02 pm
    A fundamentally flawed study got lots of attention. It actually did NOT show that if you get married, you will have a healthier heart. The results for coronary heart disease actually suggested, though did not prove, just the opposite. read more
  • How Body Language Lets Us Down

    Bella DePaulo, Ph.D.
    23 Mar 2014 | 2:39 pm
    Body language can be so seductive. It can also be terribly misleading. It can be lead us astray in the bedroom, in politics, in the marketplace, and in everyday life. It can also be nearly useless in airport screenings.read more
  • What Married and Single People Do Differently

    Bella DePaulo, Ph.D.
    20 Mar 2014 | 2:20 am
    Can you predict how married and single people differ (and do not differ) in how they spend their time? The Bureau of Labor Statistics has been keeping track for more than a decade. read more
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  • Idris Elba Is A Dad Again!

    cassandraguerrier
    19 Apr 2014 | 8:31 am
    Yesterday, Hollywood leading man Idris Elba shared great news on Twitter, announcing that he and girlfriend Naiyana Garth welcomed a bundle of joy into the world. Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post:  Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post read more
  • 'Game Of Thrones' Season 4 Spoilers: Is Tyrion The Murderer?

    lindseykupfer
    19 Apr 2014 | 6:43 am
    Is Tyrion responsible for the "Purple Wedding" murder? Warning, this article contains episode 3 spoilers! Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post:  Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post read more
  • Couple Alert? Tom Cruise Is Reportedly Dating This TV Actress

    fox news
    18 Apr 2014 | 4:34 pm
    Reports claim that the Top Gun actor is dating a fellow scientologist who also happens to be a recurring cast member of 'Orange Is The New Black.' A match make in Scientology heaven? We think so. Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post:  Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post read more
  • 49 Percent Of People Would Skip Sex For A Year To Have This

    womenshealth
    18 Apr 2014 | 2:40 pm
    There are very few things that some women would actually be willing to give up sex for — like a lifetime of happiness with Ryan Gosling or cheese, apparently. But now you can add overall health to that list: A whopping 49 percent of people in the U.S. would give up sex for a year for this. Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post:  Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post read more
  • About That Time I Made My Jewish BF Meet My Parents — On Easter

    irenejay
    18 Apr 2014 | 2:26 pm
    The first time I brought my boyfriend home to meet my parents was also Easter. And my boyfriend is Jewish. Whoops. Looking back on it, I give him credit for putting up with so much craziness on such a religious-oriented holiday. But the first time I brought my boyfriend home to my parents wasn't just Easter Sunday, it was also the first time for another milestone in our relationship. Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post:  Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post read more
 
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  • Testimony about my life Hello my name is Lewis Cheney from USA

    6 Apr 2014 | 8:36 am
    New Opinion - Hello my name is Lewis Cheney from USA, My life is back!!! After 6 years of marriage, my husband left me and left me with our 2 kids. I felt like my life was about to end, and was falling apart. I contacted Dr ONIHA I explained my problem to him. In just 2 day, my husband came back to us and show me and my kids much love and apologize for all the pain he have bring to the family. We solved our issues, and we are even happier than before you are the best spell caster Dr ONIHA i really appreciate the love spell you castes for me to get the man back to my life i will keep sharing…
  • The federal exchange platform is a means to attain cheaper health insurance

    14 Mar 2014 | 2:46 am
    New Answer - In a single word – subsidies. The federal exchange platform is a means to attain cheaper health insurance for people falling in the low income group. It does not matter if you are self-employed or not, these subsidies are available to people falling in 400% of the poverty level, and if you are eligible for those, you will receive major discounts on health insurance purchase. http://www.hcentive.com/private-health-insurance-exchange.html
  • What is the impact of federal exchange platform for low-income, self-employed groups?

    14 Mar 2014 | 12:35 am
    New Question - What is the impact of federal exchange platform for low-income, self-employed groups?
  • How to date after being hurt?

    7 Mar 2014 | 3:38 am
    New Question - To know more, visit the blog: http://datingsydney.wordpress.com/2013/10/30/how-to-date-after-being-hurt/
  • private healthcare exchanges is definitely one way to reduce the load and take some pressure off the federal marketplace, i

    6 Mar 2014 | 2:23 am
    New Answer - While direct enrollment capability for private healthcare exchanges is definitely one way to reduce the load and take some pressure off the federal marketplace, it isn’t a lasting solution for the problem. The best solution at this moment is to make the federal site capable enough to handle the load of signups. http://www.hcentive.com/private-health-insurance-exchange.html
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  • The Top 3 Reasons Why Men Should Still Pay for Dinner on a Date

    Julian B. Kiganda
    21 Apr 2014 | 5:27 am
    I’m one of those people who, when I go to the gym, I go to work out. Not to gossip. Not to snag a date. Not to look cute. To work out. I recognize that that’s not the case for everyone, which was apparent a couple of weeks ago during my morning workout. As I Keep Reading →
  • The Most Damaging Words & Phrases Ever Said in a Marriage

    Tiya Cunningham-Sumter
    21 Apr 2014 | 4:56 am
    Once we say “I do”, certain actions immediately become unacceptable in most relationships. Each couple should be aware of exactly what that is; we know what works as well as what hurts our relationships. During a recent airing of the Doug Banks radio show, the adult conversation of the day was “is it ever okay Keep Reading →
  • Money Monday: Six Super Secrets to Save Money at Restaurants. Especially #2 & #4!

    Alonzo Peters
    21 Apr 2014 | 3:02 am
    It’s definitely cheaper to cook your own meals at home, but sometimes you simply want to enjoy the experience of dining out. Eating out, however, doesn’t have to break the budget. Here are some tips that will help you save money. 1. Eat from the lunch or early bird menu. Because of significant overhead costs, Keep Reading →
  • Missing Person Spotlight: Janese Carthon of Atlanta, GA

    Martine Foreman
    21 Apr 2014 | 3:00 am
    Janese Carthon Case Type: Endangered DOB: Jan 01, 2000 Missing Date: Apr 12, 2014 Age Now: 14 Missing City: Atlanta Missing State: GA Case Number: x Gender: Female Race: Black Complexion: Medium Height: 4-11 Weight: 127 Hair Color: Black Hair Length: Medium Eye Color: Brown Wear Glasses or Contacts: No Location Last Seen: Around 8 a.m. Keep Reading →
  • What Daddy Pope Reminded Me About Dating

    Heather Hopson
    18 Apr 2014 | 7:42 am
    Last night, while watching Scandal, I thought about an ex-boyfriend during the break. I wondered what my life would look like if we worked things out. For a split second, I missed him. I told myself that I would be much happier sharing my bottle of wine with him instead of my virtual friends on Keep Reading →
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    Lovepanky | Your Guide to Better Love and Relationships

  • Why Isn’t He Asking Me Out Yet? – 17 Reasons Why!

    Lovepanky
    16 Apr 2014 | 5:55 am
    He does everything that proves he likes you, but he isn’t asking you out yet? Here are 17 most common reasons why a guy may be holding himself back. By Gerry Sanders Is he giving all the right signs, but not really doing anything about it? Does he flirt with you, stare at you, but hold back from asking you out or telling you that he likes you? As frustrating as the circumstance could seem like, it’s a lot more common than you think! Girls may assume that just batting their eyelids at a guy or smiling at him is enough of a sign for him to approach them. But to a guy, there are a million…
  • 16 Signs You’re Not Ready for a Serious Relationship

    Lovepanky
    14 Apr 2014 | 7:52 am
    Should you keep it casual or are you ready to make a serious commitment in love? Use the 16 signs to know if you’re ready for a serious relationship. By Amelie Lee It’s not always your fault if you feel like you’re not ready for a serious relationship. You could be dating someone who truly loves you, but as much as you try, there may be circumstances when you just can’t fall in true love with them, even if you really like them a lot and love dating them! Have you ever been there? Have you ever dated someone who seems perfect for you, but you just couldn’t see him or her as a…
  • Is Your Partner Still in a Relationship with Their Ex?

    Lovepanky
    10 Apr 2014 | 6:03 am
    Is your partner’s relationship with their ex making you uncomfortable? Is it paranoia or is there a real reason for you to be worried? Find out here. By Francesca Marie Is your boyfriend or girlfriend still in touch with their ex? Are you okay with that? In most circumstances, you should be accepting of that relationship. Figuratively speaking, staying in touch with an ex is never a problem. The problem only arises when the staying in touch translates into reality, literally! Is your partner in a relationship with their ex? Does your boyfriend meet his ex all the time? Does your girlfriend…
  • 16 Signs It’s Time to Move On and End the Relationship

    Lovepanky
    7 Apr 2014 | 10:30 am
    Do you ever wonder if you’re in an unhappy or wrong relationship? Use these 16 signs to find out if it’s time to move on and end your relationship. By Cheryl James When you enter into a romantic relationship with someone, you don’t expect it to fail. You walk into the relationship with your hopes high, and look forward to a promising future with the one you’ve fallen in love with. But not all relationships work out perfectly, even if the two people involved seem perfect for each other, do they? What would you do if you find yourself in a relationship that’s just so wrong for you?
  • 15 Essential Relationship Tips for Single Women

    Lovepanky
    6 Apr 2014 | 3:09 am
    Ever wondered what makes the difference between a bad fling and a perfect relationship? These 15 relationship tips for women will show you the way! By Keith Brown Being a single woman in a world full of couples and hitched folks can be rather annoying, especially if you’re looking for the one in all the wrong places. It may even leave you wondering if you’re just unlucky, especially if all your friends seem to be dating somebody who seems perfect. Have you been dating a string of guys, all of who seem perfect to begin with, only to find that they’re just so wrong for you? [Read: 25…
 
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    Escape From Relationship Hell

  • How to Have a Mindful Divorce

    lisa
    2 Apr 2014 | 11:37 am
    Dear Lisa, My husband and I were married for 7 years, well eight actually.  We’re still legally married, but we separated almost a year ago and are in the middle of what’s shaping up to be a nasty divorce.  I got pregnant before I knew he was having an affair.  Now we have a one year old baby girl, property to split up, and a mountain of debt.  I have an attorney, he has an attorney, and at this point, I feel like we should hire one to represent our daughter.   I loved this man the minute I set eyes on him.  I suppose a part of me still does, at least I think I should.  But…
  • How to Keep the Love Alive – What You Can do This Weekend, Part 3

    lisa
    26 Mar 2014 | 5:03 am
    By:  Lisa Hayes For the next few Fridays I am going to do a series about what to do this weekend to make your relationship better.  This series is intended to inspire you to notice and nurture your relationship in healthy and positive ways, rather than only responding when you’re in crisis.  Small changes can make a big difference, and there’s no time like this weekend to give your love life, a little extra love.   It’s the nature of the game of life.  When you are in the beginning of anything, you tend to be very intentional about it.  It’s somewhat unfamiliar.
  • Relationship Hack for Getting Your Way

    lisa
    25 Mar 2014 | 10:07 am
    By:  Lisa Hayes Dear Lisa, I’ve been married for two years.  For the most part, we have a great relationship.  Our problem is, we are both very head-strong and have very big personalities.  It was one of the things that drew him to me in the first place.  I could see a lot of myself in him.  However, now that we live together, I’m not finding that aspect of him, or me for that matter, nearly as attractive as I used to. We fight about the stupidest things.  It’s like a discussion about where to go for dinner can turn into a world war.  To be honest, in the beginning of our…
  • How to Keep the Love Alive – What You Can Do This Weekend, Part 2

    lisa
    22 Mar 2014 | 10:28 am
    By:  Lisa Hayes For the next few Fridays I am going to do a series about what to do this weekend to make your relationship better.  This series is intended to inspire you to notice and nurture your relationship in healthy and positive ways, rather than only responding when you’re in crisis.  Small changes can make a big difference, and there’s no time like this weekend to give your love life, a little extra love. I’ve talked to literally hundreds of couples asking the same question.  “How do we get that spark, that was so strong in the beginning back?”  The answer to that…
  • I’m Afraid I’m Always Going to be Single

    lisa
    17 Mar 2014 | 12:40 pm
    Dear Lisa, I’m 34 years old.  I have never been married.  I’ve had a couple of significant long-term relationships.  However, even in those, I knew we weren’t on the “marriage track”. At this point, that’s exactly where I want to be.  I want to be on the track to getting married.  I know how that sounds.  I never thought I’d be “one of those women”, and yet, here I am.  I’m almost 35 and single, worrying I’ve missed my opportunity to actually get married and have a family. I feel like I’m in a good place in my life.  I have a career I love.  I have friends and…
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  • How to resuscitate a dying marriage

    Nora Femenia
    18 Apr 2014 | 11:02 am
    Wishing to resuscitate a dying marriage just now?  I just received some reader’s letter, where she describes her utter desolation because she is watching her ex-husband doing to the new fiancée all those nice behaviors she was dreaming of: being attentive, showing care, sharing his time, introducing her to everyone, praising her in public And her question was: “If he is able to behave in this way with someone else, what was missing from our marriage that he never behaved in such way?” Was something she didn’t do or provide? Of course, you can hear a lot of…
  • Do you Confront, Ignore or Suffer Passive Aggressive Behavior?

    Nora Femenia
    10 Apr 2014 | 9:54 am
    confront passive aggression What is best: confront, or ignore passive aggressive behavior? Here is really the obnoxious situation that spouses complain about: the moment when you realize that your partner is avoiding going along with you using some passive aggressive response. And you need to stop yourself reacting with anger and frustration, to be able to think…and do what is best for your peace of mind. If you suffer passive aggressive behavior, remember the basic ideas: In a marriage, you need to be able to accept the  aggravation of doing honest emotional confrontation. When people…
  • Passive Aggression as a Defensive Skill?

    Neil Warner
    4 Apr 2014 | 3:32 am
    Why using a defensive skill in a personal relationship? I now think passive aggression behavior is selected to be used as a defensive skill to protect against a controlling parent or person from the past. The child, unable to leave, or to confront, takes this third way: to simulate compliance while rebelling internally….and facilitating acts of “innocent rebellion” that cover up the sabotaging of the parent’s mandate. This is a very successful strategy to survive in the battle with a demanding, controlling parent who is obtuse to the child’s needs. It avoids…
  • Late Divorce and Passive Aggression: are they connected?

    Nora Femenia
    2 Apr 2014 | 9:58 pm
    Looking at the link between late divorce and passive aggression There are two pieces of information I’m connecting. Many times, when one of our readers decide to leave the site, she offers her answer to the “Why are you leaving this site?” question. And the answer is…”I left him…” or “I finally divorced.” Having known the women posting in our blog, I know that she is past her fifties, even in her sixties.  This is part of what now is called “late divorce,” when the parties separate after a long marriage, of more than 30…
  • Time to raise your inner child?

    Nora Femenia
    28 Mar 2014 | 7:31 am
    If no one signed up to raise your inner child, it’s time to do it yourself… Almost all our couple fights, here and now, are eerie reincarnations of childhood dramas of abandonment, lack of love, missing apppreciation…that recurr over and over again. If you expected that childhood wounds would be automatically cured by getting married now, well, I have sad news for you. You are not healing them if the only thing you do is re-enact the past request with a new drama of conflict and reproach today. Are you now being passive aggressive because  now your partner ignores you as…
 
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  • Nothing Serious Rite Now LOL

    Jesse Benjamin
    18 Apr 2014 | 8:39 am
        ABOUT: The Orcs are essentially nameless characters from Lord of the Rings. They are constantly dying and there seems to be an endless supply of them. This big, anonymous horrific army is kind of what OKCupid can feel like – just sifting through a mass of nameless people that have the ability to “die” so easily (giving them 0 stars, swiping left on Tinder, “hide profile”). And of course, you kill them without remorse. And by kill them, I do mean: reject them. Follow @TheMrBenjamin on Instagram for more lovelorn Orc illustrations!   The post Nothing Serious Rite…
  • Mila and Ashton: Is Baby Before Marriage a New Trend in Commitment?

    Jane Greer, Ph.D., of GalTime
    18 Apr 2014 | 7:30 am
    As the news that Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are expecting a baby began to spread, so did the chatter about the order in which they’re approaching making a family (since they’re engaged, but not yet married). In the past there was a very specific sequence: love, marriage, and then children. If things didn’t proceed in that way, it was usually thought to be a problem or a mistake. But times are changing, and the openness and acceptance of doing things in a different succession are a reflection of that. In fact, this is a trend we’re seeing more and more these days,…
  • Top 10 Dream Wedding Dresses

    Almie Rose
    17 Apr 2014 | 9:30 am
    Wedding season is upon is (isn’t it always?) so I thought we could have a little fun and explore the wonderful world of wedding dresses, safely from our computer screens, as trying them on looks like a nightmare. Here are my top 10 dream wedding dresses. Though I am not engaged or close at all, my wedding Pinterest board has finally come in handy. I know some of you out there know exactly what I’m talking about.   10. The “Grand Palais” by Carol Hannah At $2,865 it seems like a steal (and I’m not even being sarcastic!). It’s breathtaking with just the…
  • Wearing the Pants

    Kirsten Knisely
    16 Apr 2014 | 7:27 pm
    For a first date, the evening was moving along beautifully. Real casual: a slice of pizza and a movie. I had decided to wear my leather jacket over a light winter sweater, with a pair of chunky, librarianesque boot heels–because what’s sexier than a librarian from the wrong side of the tracks, ya feel me? The dialogue was fantastic; we reminisced about growing up in the 90s, expressed our great obsession admiration for Jay-Z and Beyonce respectively, and all around just seemed to make each other laugh. Eventually we were discussing our professional aspirations, as you do on a first…
  • Couch King

    Andra Passen
    16 Apr 2014 | 7:30 am
    The post Couch King appeared first on The Gaggle.
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  • New Mom Bag

    Katie
    16 Apr 2014 | 2:58 pm
    I went to visit a sweet friend of mine last week who has just had her first baby.  The little pooper slept the whole time I was there (the baby; not my friend), so I haven’t gotten to snuggle him up yet.  But I’m waiting to pounce on him the next chance I get! I love going to visit new moms, but I never like to go empty handed.  Of course, food is always a welcomed gift to bring a new family, but I like to really do something nice for the new mommy.  Being a new mom is a crazy adventure.  You often spend much of the time so worried about the new baby and family that very…
  • Is This Blog-worthy? I Think Yes.

    Katie
    15 Apr 2014 | 2:59 pm
    This past Sunday, I wanted to be outside so, so, so badly.  It was beautiful!  It was Palm Sunday!  The pool was gorgeous!  The sun was shining!  Friends were texting me about splash parks!  Oh, how I wanted to go play! But this is how my family ended up eating Beenie Weenies out of a can and wearing mixed matched socks last week. When the weather gets good ’round these here parts, I become a bum of a housemaid.  I stop cleaning, cooking, laundering (clothes, not money) (not that I launder money) (I don’t) (great, now the FBI is reading my blog) (not that that’s a…
  • New Friends. New Pins.

    Katie
    14 Apr 2014 | 4:18 pm
    This past Saturday, I took the kids to an Easter party that was hosted by one of the parents from Gracie’s class in school.  Chris and I have gotten to know a lot of the parents from Bean’s class over the past few years as the kids have grown up.  We’ve seen the same families at birthday parties and trick or treating and Christmas pageants, and we’ve gotten to know people pretty well. But Gracie is just now getting to the age where we are having social events for her.  Birthday parties and Sunday school lunches and things like that are just beginning, and suddenly…
  • 2:30am

    Katie
    13 Apr 2014 | 11:42 am
    Our kids have always been good sleepers.  They sleep through the night, and for the most part they get 11-12 hours of sleep every night.  But lately, Gracie has started this disturbing trend.  At 2:30am, on the dot, she comes into our bedroom and stares at me until I wake up.  And she has a ton of different reasons to be awake: 1. I have to go to the bathroom. 2. Bunny has to go to the bathroom. 3.  I need a drink of water. 4.  I just got a a drink of water. 5.  My covers fell off my bed.  When I pushed them. 6.  There’s too many covers on my bed. 7.  This boo boo from three…
  • Kindergarten Paperwork

    Katie
    10 Apr 2014 | 4:57 pm
    Baby fever.  I’ve gots it in a bad way. The other night, I was talking on the phone with a girlfriend who has a four-week old son.  She was talking about how hard it is to adjust to the lack of sleep and the responsibilities of becoming a mother.  We talked about colic and reflux and fussy babies. And I hung up the phone and I STILL WANTED A BABY!  That’s how I know baby fever is an illness.  When nighttime feedings and lack of sleep sound sweet to you, you are sick in the head.  That’s why this is called “baby FEVER.”  Clearly, I am violently ill. But,…
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    Fatherhood Channel

  • Veterans, Caregivers Learn to Be Healing to Each Other in Innovative Warrior to Soul Mate Programs

    Rob Henthorn
    15 Apr 2014 | 1:40 pm
    Nearly 5.5 million Americans are caring for service members and Veterans, many of whom are impacted by post traumatic stress. The VA is expanding innovative efforts to help Veterans and their loved ones learn to be healing to each other through the Warrior to Soul Mate program.
  • $100 Million Reveals Who Can Save Your Marriage

    Seth Eisenberg
    12 Apr 2014 | 5:10 am
    The person who will save your marriage is closer than you may have realized. The most significant study ever conducted on marriage and relationship education, at an estimated cost of $100 million, reveals who can save our marriages and who can't.
  • Landmark study finds skills training improves marriage happiness, but doesn’t reduce divorce

    Rob Henthorn
    10 Apr 2014 | 11:34 am
    A landmark national study of 9,363 low-income, married men and women in eight American cities found many of those who participated in 30 hours of skills training classes were more likely to have boosts in relationship happiness and marital stability sustained 30 months later.
  • Conscious Uncoupling, Conscious Coupling

    Seth Eisenberg
    30 Mar 2014 | 12:10 pm
    Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin have started a national conversation about the idea of conscious uncoupling. Is the phrase an oxymoron or an important recognition of the price couples and their children pay for marriages that too often end bitterly in courtrooms and law offices?
  • Dareen and Ilana: Living Peace and Reconciliation

    Fatherhood Channel
    21 Jan 2014 | 5:40 am
    A chance encounter on a cold, winter night led a young Muslim and Jewish girl to become best friends for life and inspired a new approach to reconciliation and peace.
 
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    Engaged Marriage

  • Stuck at a Sexual Crossroads in Your Marriage?

    Julie Sibert
    21 Apr 2014 | 4:00 am
    I didn’t know when I started blogging about sex. I didn’t know how many people struggle – I mean really struggle – with sex in their marriage. It all seems ironic now, but when I started writing and speaking about sexual intimacy in marriage, I must have naively underestimated the power of the internet. And after awhile, as the emails and comments started to pour in from every corner of the world, I started to see some common threads. Heart-wrenching threads. Many people, maybe yourself included, are at a sexual crossroads in their marriage. Sex has been a source of disconnect way…
  • 7 Reasons Every Smart Couple Needs a Side Income (and How to Get One)

    Dustin
    17 Apr 2014 | 9:50 am
    How would your family benefit from an extra $250, $500 or even $1,000 every month? In this post, I want to share why it’s so important that your family develop a side income and show you how to make it happen – complete with real-life examples of the many ways we’ve added to the bottom line in the Riechmann household. 7 Reasons You Need a Side Income Let’s start by outlining a few of the many benefits of developing a “side hustle” and bringing in an income outside of your 9-to-5 paycheck. 1. More Money Duh, right?  Let’s start with the obvious…
  • Romantic Foundations That Endure The Struggles Of Life

    Debi Walter
    14 Apr 2014 | 4:00 am
    Tom and I have been through a lot this past month, and it has stretched us in ways we’ve not been stretched in a long time. On March 20th, our 7th grandchild was born after waiting for two weeks for her to arrive. This wouldn’t normally be difficult, but we live 7 hours apart. We were called in the beginning of March certain that this was the time. Since this was our daughter’s fourth baby, we felt certain she knew it really was time for her baby to come.We packed up in a couple of hours and drove north. However, Brielle decided she didn’t want to come just yet. In…
  • 10 Places to Find Free and Nearly Free Stuff

    Kim Hall
    7 Apr 2014 | 4:00 am
    Some folks are just not comfortable with the thought of obtaining previously owned clothing and household items, and that’s fine. Others, like my husband and I, make our dollars go much further by taking advantage of gently used goods. What we especially love is finding merchandise in good, usable condition for free or nearly free. We joke that we have a finely tuned sense of Freedar—that’s like Radar, only different —that alerts us to big bargains. This has been developed over the years due to our desire to get the most Wow! for our money. Plus, we get a real charge out…
  • Letting Go of The Jones’: Finding Relief from the “Supposed To’s” of Financial Goals

    E.J. Smith
    24 Mar 2014 | 4:00 am
    If you ask me what my least favorite topic to write, talk or counsel others about in the entire world is—I will tell you right now, it’s money. Which is terribly inconvenient for several reasons, not the least of which being that finances are still touted as being close to, if not #1 on the list of common reasons why couples divorce. In many ways, it makes perfect sense. Money is a part of our daily lives.  You either learn how to deal with it, or eventually it railroads you. Although theoretically for much of the population, money should be a fairly straightforward topic.  The…
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    The Generous Husband

  • Marriage Destroyer: Lack of Communication

    The Generous Husband
    21 Apr 2014 | 12:01 am
    We all understand communication is vital for a good marriage. But, do we understand what most needs to be communicated? Most couples spend the majority of their time discussing the things necessary to keep a family running. While this is important, something else is far more important. We all have a deep desire to be known. To share our deepest self, our hopes, fears, and desires. We want to share those things and find acceptance. We want to be emotionally naked and not feel ashamed.  While we want it, we also fear it going bad. What if I reveal myself and my wife does not like who I am?
  • Is He Lord of Our Marriages?

    The Generous Husband
    20 Apr 2014 | 12:01 am
    Today we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus. Because He made a way for us we can know God more fully now and spend eternity with Him. While this is awesome, it is not the only thing we gained by Jesus’ sacrifice. We are each a new creation, which means we can be set free from the unloving, selfish, ugly parts of who we have been. We can be better – better men, better friends, better fathers, and better husbands. I have often wondered how those who do not know Jesus can possibly stay married. I certainly would expect them to have much poorer marriages than those who know Him.
  • Talking About Oral…

    The Generous Husband
    19 Apr 2014 | 12:01 am
    The results are in on the Oral Sex – Attitudes and Prevalence survey, with more than 1,000 people replying. You can go read all the stats and many of the comments if you like. Most men want more oral, both giving and receiving – no big surprise there. What was a bit surprising is how common oral sex is among our mostly Christian audience. Half the women said it was part of more than half their sex acts with their husband. However, only 34% of the men said oral occurred in more than half the sex they had with their wives. Why the difference, and what does it mean? The women who…
  • Friday Flashback: Kiss … Again, More, Keep Going …

    The Generous Husband
    18 Apr 2014 | 12:01 am
    I am going to let you in on a secret – women like kissing. Most women like it a great deal, and find kissing very personal. Many say it is more personal than having their breasts fondled. For some women, maybe most, ten minutes of kissing causes more arousal than anything else you could do in any number of minutes. It seems many of us kiss often before marriage, but then after we are married we all but give it up. Why is that? When is the last time you kissed your bride for ten minutes? How about ten minutes without touching her below the waist? Think she will not like it? What if…
  • Know When to Say No!

    The Generous Husband
    17 Apr 2014 | 12:01 am
    I wanted to follow up on yesterday’s No One Needs an Ishmael! post. I wonder what Abram was thinking when Sarai said, “Go boff my servant girl.” Had Abram lusted for Hagar before that? Was he just trying to keep the peace with Sarai (we see this more than once with him)? Did he think, “Jackpot, my wife wants me to sleep with a younger woman!” Whatever he was thinking, he was not thinking about doing things God’s way. What Sarai suggested was culturally acceptable, but it was a clear violation of what God had in mind. Abram showed a total lack of headship…
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    Fatherhood Channel

  • Veterans, Caregivers Learn to Be Healing to Each Other in Innovative Warrior to Soul Mate Programs

    Rob Henthorn
    15 Apr 2014 | 1:40 pm
    Nearly 5.5 million Americans are caring for service members and Veterans, many of whom are impacted by post traumatic stress. The VA is expanding innovative efforts to help Veterans and their loved ones learn to be healing to each other through the Warrior to Soul Mate program.
  • $100 Million Reveals Who Can Save Your Marriage

    Seth Eisenberg
    12 Apr 2014 | 5:10 am
    The person who will save your marriage is closer than you may have realized. The most significant study ever conducted on marriage and relationship education, at an estimated cost of $100 million, reveals who can save our marriages and who can't.
  • Landmark study finds skills training improves marriage happiness, but doesn’t reduce divorce

    Rob Henthorn
    10 Apr 2014 | 11:34 am
    A landmark national study of 9,363 low-income, married men and women in eight American cities found many of those who participated in 30 hours of skills training classes were more likely to have boosts in relationship happiness and marital stability sustained 30 months later.
  • Conscious Uncoupling, Conscious Coupling

    Seth Eisenberg
    30 Mar 2014 | 12:10 pm
    Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin have started a national conversation about the idea of conscious uncoupling. Is the phrase an oxymoron or an important recognition of the price couples and their children pay for marriages that too often end bitterly in courtrooms and law offices?
  • Dareen and Ilana: Living Peace and Reconciliation

    Fatherhood Channel
    21 Jan 2014 | 5:40 am
    A chance encounter on a cold, winter night led a young Muslim and Jewish girl to become best friends for life and inspired a new approach to reconciliation and peace.
 
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    Nashville Marriage Studio

  • 3 Easy Ways to Sneak in More Hanky Panky

    Marie McKinney-Oates
    14 Apr 2014 | 8:42 pm
    The engaged and newlywed among us won’t believe it, but hanky panky does not always come easily for the married set. Once you’ve been together a while things start to… change. You get older which means you probably get tired easily and are maybe a little, um, softer than you used to be. You get used to each other’s “moves.” And you might have fallen asleep a couple of times because you already know how this movie ends. You lose that loving feeling. There’s something about saying “I do” that stops the romantic part of our brain from…
  • Entirely Loved

    Marie McKinney-Oates
    3 Apr 2014 | 12:02 pm
      We were in the kitchen cleaning up after dinner, Mark washing dishes at the sink and me organizing leftovers in the fridge. “I am turning This Bleep is Hard into a paperback book,” I said. “That’s cool. What’s next?” “I don’t know really. I guess buy a 1,000 or so copies and just start hustling.” Silence. And then, without turning around to look at me, ”Well, how much per copy?” “I can get them for $10 each.” More silence because I just told my husband I wanted to spend $10,000 on my dream. And I could feel…
  • When an Atomic Bomb Goes Off in Your Marriage

    Marie McKinney-Oates
    24 Mar 2014 | 1:12 pm
    One of the first couples I saw when I started Nashville Marriage Studio had just been rocked by some crazy news: she had started an emotional affair with one of his close friends. It hadn’t become physical, and she wanted to work their marriage because something was clearly off  if she was falling for someone new. Everyone was hurt for obvious reasons. He was hurt that he had been betrayed by people he cared deeply about. She was hurt that she had been so lonely in their marriage that it was almost destroyed her entire family. An atomic bomb went off in their marriage, and it got…
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  • Stuck at a Sexual Crossroads in Your Marriage?

    Julie Sibert
    21 Apr 2014 | 4:00 am
    I didn’t know when I started blogging about sex. I didn’t know how many people struggle – I mean really struggle – with sex in their marriage. It all seems ironic now, but when I started writing and speaking about sexual intimacy in marriage, I must have naively underestimated the power of the internet. And after awhile, as the emails and comments started to pour in from every corner of the world, I started to see some common threads. Heart-wrenching threads. Many people, maybe yourself included, are at a sexual crossroads in their marriage. Sex has been a source of disconnect way…
  • 7 Reasons Every Smart Couple Needs a Side Income (and How to Get One)

    Dustin
    17 Apr 2014 | 9:50 am
    How would your family benefit from an extra $250, $500 or even $1,000 every month? In this post, I want to share why it’s so important that your family develop a side income and show you how to make it happen – complete with real-life examples of the many ways we’ve added to the bottom line in the Riechmann household. 7 Reasons You Need a Side Income Let’s start by outlining a few of the many benefits of developing a “side hustle” and bringing in an income outside of your 9-to-5 paycheck. 1. More Money Duh, right?  Let’s start with the obvious…
  • Romantic Foundations That Endure The Struggles Of Life

    Debi Walter
    14 Apr 2014 | 4:00 am
    Tom and I have been through a lot this past month, and it has stretched us in ways we’ve not been stretched in a long time. On March 20th, our 7th grandchild was born after waiting for two weeks for her to arrive. This wouldn’t normally be difficult, but we live 7 hours apart. We were called in the beginning of March certain that this was the time. Since this was our daughter’s fourth baby, we felt certain she knew it really was time for her baby to come.We packed up in a couple of hours and drove north. However, Brielle decided she didn’t want to come just yet. In…
  • 10 Places to Find Free and Nearly Free Stuff

    Kim Hall
    7 Apr 2014 | 4:00 am
    Some folks are just not comfortable with the thought of obtaining previously owned clothing and household items, and that’s fine. Others, like my husband and I, make our dollars go much further by taking advantage of gently used goods. What we especially love is finding merchandise in good, usable condition for free or nearly free. We joke that we have a finely tuned sense of Freedar—that’s like Radar, only different —that alerts us to big bargains. This has been developed over the years due to our desire to get the most Wow! for our money. Plus, we get a real charge out…
  • Letting Go of The Jones’: Finding Relief from the “Supposed To’s” of Financial Goals

    E.J. Smith
    24 Mar 2014 | 4:00 am
    If you ask me what my least favorite topic to write, talk or counsel others about in the entire world is—I will tell you right now, it’s money. Which is terribly inconvenient for several reasons, not the least of which being that finances are still touted as being close to, if not #1 on the list of common reasons why couples divorce. In many ways, it makes perfect sense. Money is a part of our daily lives.  You either learn how to deal with it, or eventually it railroads you. Although theoretically for much of the population, money should be a fairly straightforward topic.  The…
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  • The Girl Who Tried To Cheer For An American Hockey Team

    Brie
    6 Apr 2014 | 9:20 am
    I have discovered that seeing an NHL hockey game in Los Angeles is a very affordable thing to do.  You can get tickets for $30-40 and they always have availability! I’ve been taking advantage of this with a few other Canadian friends and we have now been able to see all of our favourite Canadian teams as they come out here to play the American hockey team; LA Kings. You can imagine our surprise when we all met up at the subway station and one of our friends was sporting an LA Kings shirt! She announced to the rest of us that she felt she had been living in LA a long time now, so she…
  • A Night Out With Jim Fox

    Brie
    21 Mar 2014 | 8:32 am
    Jim Fox must have been happy to see some fellow Canadians at the LA Kings game the other day.  It shouldn’t have come as any surprise, as they were playing the Toronto Maple Leaf’s! For those who don’t know, Jim Fox is a retired Canadian NHL player who spent all 9 of his seasons with the Kings.  Before the game started they gave a special ceremony honoring him. On the way in the door they gave each of us our own Jim to hang out with! Our Jim started off being pretty cool.  He hung out and watched the game with us, ready to broadcast the highlights at any moment if we…
  • Realwheel’s Brings ‘Whose Life Is It Anyway?’ to The Cultch in Vancouver

    Melanie Martin
    11 Mar 2014 | 1:57 pm
    Laugh, cry, and open your mind to the sensitive topic centering around the right to die.  Realwheels brings their production of  Whose Life Is It Anyway? to the historic theatre at The Cultch starting this Tuesday March 11th, and playing until Saturday March 22nd. Written by award winning playwright Brian Clark, the play is set in a hospital room with the action revolving around main character Ken Harrison.  Ken, a brilliant sculptor was in a car accident and is now paralyzed from the neck down and is determined to be allowed to die despite the MD’s determination to do their job and…
  • Responsible Citizen

    Brie
    5 Mar 2014 | 12:55 pm
    I saved another runaway dog today! Our dog and the other dogs on the street alerted me that something was going on, and low and behold, when I looked out the window I saw a dear old black dog trotting around.  ”Do something!” my daughter yelled, looking at me with those ‘even though I’m a teenager I still think of you as someone who has the power to save the world’ eyes. I went outside and the whole thing had a very happy ending.  As soon as the dog was back with his owner I thought, ‘Why didn’t I take a picture of the dog up on our hill so I could…
  • Happy Edition to Monday Moving & Grooving

    Emme Rogers
    17 Feb 2014 | 10:45 am
    The last few months as I’ve been recovering and trying to put the dance back in my step, I have begun to play with the underlying theme of happiness and what it means to me … in a good part thanks to Realwheels’ #WheelVoices Happiness Campaign. On one level the answer to that question is simple for me.  Happiness is dancing!  On another level, as I have not always been able to dance the way I am use to these past few months, and still can’t in totality, I have been dissecting what happiness is beyond that, along with what makes me want to dance.  Certainly the…
 
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  • 100 – Thanks to You

    stu@stugray.com (Stu Gray - Marriage Educator, Relationship Coach, Blogger and Podcaster)
    18 Apr 2014 | 12:45 am
    Thanks to you we made it to episode 100!! We Appreciate you listening so much Download | iTunes | Stitcher On the Show Today: It makes little difference how fast you are in the 100 meters when the race is 400 meters long.” - Gordon MacDonald (tweet that quote) Stu’s Marriage Article at Snyder Entertainment The Wedding Reception is not really that big of a deal, Right?     Thanks for listening to the Stupendous Marriage Show! We are excited for the next 100 episodes!       The Marriage Makeover Conference is still available right now at the Dating Divas…
  • 99 – Dating Your Spouse

    stu@stugray.com (Stu Gray - Marriage Educator, Relationship Coach, Blogger and Podcaster)
    11 Apr 2014 | 12:06 am
    Talking with Kari Elordi from The Dating Divas about dating your spouse. Download | iTunes | Stitcher On the Show Today: “After the marriage is when the romance should begin” - Anonymous (tweet that quote)   Dating Your Spouse! Links to great dates featured at TheDatingDivas Website: Dollar Menunaire Date Recreate Your First Date Funkytown Date A Few Of His Favorite Things Campout Date Couples Minute to Win it Patio Prom Date HiJack and Kidnap Date Dating Divas Love Calendars!   The Marriage Makeover Conference is available right now at the Dating Divas Website.  THE…
  • 98 – PDA’s And Emotional Affairs

    stu@stugray.com (Stu Gray - Marriage Educator, Relationship Coach, Blogger and Podcaster)
    4 Apr 2014 | 9:30 pm
    Talking about PDAs and a husband who had an emotional affair, and broke the trust of his wife. Download | iTunes | Stitcher On the Show Today: “It is only possible to live happily ever after on a day-to-day basis.” – Margaret Bonnano Plus it’s my Birthday weekend…the last year of my 30′s. (Which Lisa lovingly pointed out.) Segment 1 Public Displays of Affection at a Funeral? Somebody is mad, and we were just holding hands! Further Reading: 3 Reasons I Like Public Displays of Affection Public Displays of [Church] Affection Segment 2 I had an emotional…
  • 97 – A Facebook Message from an Ex

    stu@stugray.com (Stu Gray - Marriage Educator, Relationship Coach, Blogger and Podcaster)
    28 Mar 2014 | 12:27 am
    A Wife receives a facebook message from an ex, plus a listener with a plan of action! Download | iTunes | Stitcher On the Show Today: A Great meeting with Stupendous Marriage Show Listeners Jeff and Christy! Thanks for taking the time to meet us on your trip!!!   Segment 1 She got a Facebook Message from an Ex that I am suspicious about. Should I be mad? Further Reading: Facebook and your Marriage from Techlationships Facebook Affairs Segment 2 I am making a plan to be intimate with my husband! Lost that Loving Feeling? Ways to Intentionally build Intimacy with Your Husband THE SHOW…
  • 96 – We Are In Different Seasons

    stu@stugray.com (Stu Gray - Marriage Educator, Relationship Coach, Blogger and Podcaster)
    14 Mar 2014 | 7:14 pm
    We are in different seasons and I feel resentful…plus communication about finances Download | iTunes | Stitcher On the Show Today: Stu has been busy recording an audio book by Dr. Kevin Leman…Our favorite of his is Sheet Music… Be the Dad She Needs You to Be: The Indelible Imprint a Father Leaves on His Daughter’s Life, is the new book by Dr. Leman that Stu was narrating.   Segment 1 I feel like I initiate date nights and do lots of house work, and my wife doesn’t. How can I help her, and also, I’m getting tired of it! Further Reading: The 7 Deadly…
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  • Is Gwyneth Paltrow the Most Divisive Celebrity?

    Rachel
    17 Apr 2014 | 8:32 am
      Lunchtime poll: Is there any celeb as loved, hated, and love-to-hated as Gwyneth? I think not. For my upcoming book, Jennifer, Gwyneth & Me, I set out to adopt the lifestyles of the celebrities I most admired. I tried to emulate Jennifer Aniston’s workout routine (I want those legs!), Jennifer Garner’s marriage, Sarah Jessica Parker’s style, Tine Fey’s work ethic, and more. Armed with My Father’s Daughter, Gwyneth Paltrow’s first cookbook, I also tried to achieve Gwynnie’s kitchen prowess. There were some hiccups (cleanses are not my…
  • Saying Goodbye to (Fictional) Friends

    Rachel
    1 Apr 2014 | 12:10 pm
    Last night was the finale of How I Met Your Mother, which, you may know, has long been a favorite of mine. The finale itself was pretty divisive. (Warning: Spoilers ahead.) I was satisfied with the ending—I liked the closure, I appreciated that they didn’t dwell on the mother’s death, I was glad they set the story-telling six years after her death, so we could see that Ted turned out ok and I didn’t have to cry for him too much. I didn’t love that Barney and Robin got divorced after approximately two minutes. I HATED her old lady hair in the final scene. But when…
  • Crisis Mode: America’s Friendships

    Rachel
    19 Mar 2014 | 12:30 pm
    I don’t know how it’s possible that I just discovered Lifeboat, a “movement of people rediscovering friendships,” but apparently I’m off my game. The site, which posts the latest news, advice and science of friendship, released their State of Friendship in America report last year, and the findings are fascinating. (Random tidbits: Married people are 18% more likely to donate a kidney to a friend; city folk put more emphasis on attractive friends; liberals are less satisfied with friendships than conservatives.) Check out their key findings below. And if…
  • Notes on the Oscars

    Rachel
    4 Mar 2014 | 2:18 pm
    Live tweeting the Oscars was more fun than even I expected. When I first decided to do it, I was worried I wouldn’t have anything to say. As it turned out, I talk to myself more than I realize while watching TV. A lot of Sunday went something like this: Me, to no one: Um, what did John Travolta just call her?!?! Me, to me: Tweet that! So instead of enumerating my Oscar notes (as I did the Golden Globes) I figured I’ll just annotate (in the fancy brackets) the “greatest hits” of my Twitter feed from the evening. No 140 character limit here, friends. Ready? Let’s…
  • The Oscars are Sunday… I’m Live Tweeting!

    Rachel
    27 Feb 2014 | 1:13 pm
    The closest I’ll get to an Oscar… The Oscars are my Super Bowl. Which means I’ll be glued to my TV screen on Sunday. First, to see all the dresses, celebrity air kisses, Ryan Seacrest puns and mani-cam bird flips on E! and then, of course, to see the big show itself. What I’m most excited about? Ellen, obvs, and Idina Menzel singing “Let It Go.” (I still haven’t seen the movie but it’s just a matter of time before I’m on the train, big time. Also, I love everything Idina.) And whatever Lupita Nyong’o wears.  My Oscar viewing…
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  • Mother’s Day Gift Ideas for the Whole Family

    Paul Ramirez
    9 Apr 2014 | 11:08 pm
    Are you stuck for Mother’s Day gift ideas this year? Know you want to get mom something special but just can’t decide on the perfect gift? It might be time to treat your mom to an heirloom gift that signifies the bond your entire family shares. It’s time to treat you mom to a family gemstone piece of jewelry. Mother’s Heart Pendant The Mother’s Heart Pendant is a great option to consider if you want your thoughtful gift to always be near your mom’s heart. This dainty heart-shaped pendant hangs on a delicate gold chain and features up to eight gemstone rings…
  • Avoid Past Relationship Mistakes When You’re Over 50

    Guest Blogger
    1 Aug 2013 | 2:01 am
    “Lonely but wary,” is how Carol describes herself. At 57, she’s run the gamut of relationship experiences. She’s been through two disastrous marriages and one miserable engagement. She’s dated guys who were cheaters and liars as well as some really nice guys who turned out to be essentially married to their careers. She refuses to give up on love and spend the rest of her life alone, but she’s cautious and a bit pessimistic too. After all of the disappointments and betrayals, Carol is worried that she’s had her chance at a healthy love that lasts and it just didn’t…
  • Sexual Harrasment in Work Place

    Paul Ramirez
    1 Aug 2013 | 1:47 am
    Sexual harassment, by its definition is an unwanted behavior to the opposite or same sex that are sexual in nature. This includes physical contact, verbal and non-verbal actions that show sexual intent to the other person. Sometimes, one may not consider his behavior as a form of sexual harassment but a form of making funny jokes, however if the other person on the receiving end considers it unwelcome then that could be considered as a form of harassment. Sexual harassment is very common in a workplace. In fact, lots of organizations around the world have suffered huge legal complaints…
  • Getting the Perfect Match Done the Right Way –Wedding Shoes & Wedding Dress

    Guest Blogger
    23 Jul 2013 | 8:34 pm
    As a bride, there are two things that bring endless smiles as the long days of shopping come ahead. These are hunt for the wedding dress and wedding shoes, both of which are such wonderful experiences. Every woman who has the chance to experience it will love savoring each moment. Getting the best wedding shoes for a particular wedding dress, though, has got more than just the perfect fit on its list to fit the bill. With the right stepping stones in place, the ideal pair of wedding shoes is not that far away! Why Fabric is Important The most favorite choices when it comes to fabric for…
  • Cheating in Sexting – 15 Celebrities Caught Doing the Act

    Paul Ramirez
    18 Jul 2013 | 6:02 pm
    Sexting, which is becoming more popular these days; is a short-term for “sex” and “texting”. It’s the act of sending sexually explicit pictures and messages through mobile phones and more common in English speaking countries among teenagers and youngsters. But according to recent studies, more and more adults are engaging with sexting. They do this to carry out their elicit affairs to someone they like. Surprisingly some well-known celebrities also do this and were not lucky enough to get away with it and in turn, their relationship and marriage ended up in…
 
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  • So I Was Told At The Touch Of Love Everyone Becomes A Poet.

    The Love Guru
    19 Apr 2014 | 9:46 am
    So I was told at the touch of love everyone becomes a poet. To be honest, I never believed in this but falling in love does change everything. Love is the sweetest fruit and the prettiest moments of life. No matter how many years I spend with you, my love for you is increasing day by day. I am proud of the day you were born and that day marks my happiness. The day you were born defined that I will be the luckiest man to have you in my life. I will be able to care for you. I will be able to make you smile and be with you. I still remember the first time we met when we became friends. We did…
  • Hold me tight and never let me go

    The Love Guru
    24 Mar 2014 | 4:54 pm
    The post Hold me tight and never let me go appeared first on Love hit.
  • Promise me, you won’t leave me

    The Love Guru
    23 Mar 2014 | 3:42 pm
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  • When i die, i will die loving you

    The Love Guru
    22 Mar 2014 | 11:17 am
    The post When i die, i will die loving you appeared first on Love hit.
  • I love it when you wrap your arms around me

    The Love Guru
    21 Mar 2014 | 12:53 am
    The post I love it when you wrap your arms around me appeared first on Love hit.
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  • How to Attract a Husband – 3 Valuable Tips

    George Levy
    20 Apr 2014 | 2:56 am
    Many women who are unmarried but want to find a husband just simply are not sure how to attract a husband. The fact is that it is not always easy to find a good partner. There are certain things that you should look for when attracting a husband. It is so much more than physical appearance that should play a factor in finding a husband. In order to find a husband, you need to first start by finding a boyfriend that you can eventually marry. With all of the options in finding a partner such as clubs, bars, coffee shops, and dating websites it is no wonder that the world of dating has become…
  • Common Marital Issues and Fool-Proof Ways of Dealing with Them Featuring Relationship Expert Elizabeth Davis

    ilbhm
    17 Apr 2014 | 2:30 am
    By Special Guest Author: Elizabeth Davis, Expert Relationship Adviser. There are failed marriages and there are successful marriages. What sets them apart is not really the absence of arguments and fights, I mean, that’s just way too impossible. In fact, it is the presence of such that stretches any successful marriage into long and solid fruitful years of intimacy and togetherness. You would be surprised to know that most couples who are able to stand the test of time actually had to battle it out not only against gigantic issues like that of infidelity, incompatibility and maybe…
  • George and Yvonne Levy

    George Levy
    22 Mar 2014 | 4:16 pm
    Every marriage over time goes through challenges and difficulties… But like a precious stone requires polishing to bring out its beauty – it’s the loving work of the couple together through those moments that makes it valuable. The post George and Yvonne Levy appeared first on I Love Being Happily Married.
  • How to improve your marriage and be more happily married

    George Levy
    21 Mar 2014 | 4:30 pm
    Marriage is one of the more difficult relationships to get right. You may be surprised to know this, but most marriages that break down are fixable…you just need to be quick enough to deal with the problem. Click here to get Seven Secrets of Happily Married Couples for Free! If you are suffering from problems in your marriage then do not worry. Everybody will go through this at some point. There is no such thing as a ‘perfect marriage’. On this page I want to share a few tips with you on how to improve your marriage. One of the key things that you need to think about when learning how…
  • How to get your wife in the mood: 5 Hot Tips

    George Levy
    17 Mar 2014 | 6:10 am
    Central to any happy, healthy relationship is sex. Though normally not discussed because it is considered taboo and very personal, there is no getting around how important sex is to a relationship. Sex increases intimacy, closeness, and most of all, it exposes both partners to one another. Feelings of safety, security, and trust are born in the bedroom, where people expose themselves and find a willing participant willing to love them back. Also, beyond any philosophical theories or psychological reasoning, when you come right down to it, it feels great. For some men, finding ways to entice…
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  • Spontaneous Make-outs Keep Flame Alive: Morgan Tincher

    Amy C
    10 Apr 2014 | 11:04 pm
    Morgan Tincher, Entrepreneur, Married to Kim with 8 month twins What is love to you? Love is intrinsic. It’s a feeling that overcomes you. While love is the fundamental building block of a relationship, it doesn’t manage it all. For Kim and me, we’ve encountered challenging situations where we don’t see eye to eye. But regardless of the disagreement or heated moment, I can always say that I love her. What is challenging in your relationship? Kim is an amazing communicator, but me…not so much. A lot of our battles come from me not communicating clearly or making assumptions about…
  • TV in Bedroom Kills Romance: Tirajeh Ghazvini

    Amy C
    27 Mar 2014 | 6:22 pm
    Tirajeh Ghazvini, married to Jonathan Flander with a 3 ½ year old son What is love to you? Love is unconditional, it is selfless.  But love itself is not enough to sustain a life long partnership. Trust and respect is equally important. If there is no respect there is no love. How did you meet Jonathan? I was 19 years old, working at a clothing store. There were always guys coming in and out of the store, but nobody ever caught my eye. Then one day, Jonathan walks in.  Instantly I was drawn to him. I told all the staff to let me be the one to assist him so I could make sure I got a chance…
  • Chemistry Does Not Guarantee Compatibility

    Amy C
    19 Mar 2014 | 7:42 pm
    He is  hot. His jokes make you laugh and his boyish grin makes you melt. So you hook up. And so the casual, hangout-make out, fling begins. But, while it starts  off fun, light and casual, soon you find yourself feeling anxious when he doesn’t respond to your texts right away. You try to play it cool when he has plans that don’t involve you and settle for him coming over at 3AM slightly inebriated (okay maybe a lot inebriated) for some good ol’ sloppy drunk sex. Surely he’s dating other people, but as long as you don’t ask, you won’t have to know. So what…
  • Stay Single Until It’s Out of Your System: Jonathan Flander

    Amy C
    14 Mar 2014 | 8:10 am
    Jonathan Flander Marketing  Executive Status: Husband to Tirajeh (together for 12 years) with a son. What is love to you? In its truest form, love is a very simple thing. I think what everyone wishes for, at some level, is unconditional love. You know very early on if someone you are with is capable of that and if you will be capable of loving them that way as well. Can you grow to love someone? Initial spark is important to kindle the flame – it’s part of what makes the start of a relationship so exciting. The hope, obviously, is that the relationship continues to grow and develop.
  • Dream Marriage A Priority Over Dream Wedding: Nadia Mah

    Amy C
    13 Mar 2014 | 8:34 pm
    Nadia Mah, Engaged to Cyrus Li What is love to you? Love is the sum of all the little things, that’s why all the little things count. Love is in the way you say good morning, it’s in the way you solve problems, it’s in the way you show affection and support. Love is waking up early to cook breakfast and staying up late to watch each other’s favorite TV shows. It’s planning Sunday grocery lists and surprise weekend trips. Love is making all those tiny, seemingly insignificant choices for the growth and benefit of “us”. You recently cancelled your “dream wedding”, what…
 
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  • Part 125: Piglets Sucking Limes

    elfinkate
    20 Apr 2014 | 1:57 pm
    As a small child, I was difficult to please. On my birthdays, gifted with a Polly Pocket, My Little Pony or a Sylvanian Frog Family, my excitement would wear off quickly as I noticed the inevitable flaws; a nick in the plastic, say, or minuscule, dark dot of uncertain matter, nestling in the joint between head and neck. My initial elation would give way to disappointment, melodramatic displays of frustration and the eventual discarding of longed-for objects inside a big red box. Because, once you looked closely, the things you really wanted almost always turned out to be crap. I’d like…
  • Part 124: Brass Instruments

    elfinkate
    3 Apr 2014 | 10:04 am
    When I started this blog, I made a pact with myself; I promised I would never use it to tell embarrassing or mean stories about people I’d slept with, on the basis that doing unto others as you would have them do unto you is a sensible dictum by which to live your life – despite the fact it’s from the Bible (Luke 6:31). And I have pretty much adhered to the terms of that pact – although, I’ll hold my hands up and admit that I’ve been mean about my bad ex-boyfriend in almost every post I’ve written. Still, I don’t feel too awful about that because I know him well enough to…
  • Part 123: Undercover Policemen

    elfinkate
    21 Mar 2014 | 11:45 am
    If you are as alert and tapped into digital culture as I am, you’ll have noticed that the algorithms Facebook uses for targeted advertising are crap. Like, seriously – have you ever clicked on the cheap looking classifieds that make up your sidebar? Or those ads that pop up beneath the lie that your friend has ‘liked’ some corporation or another that, in reality, she would so never like? Of course you haven’t. No one has. It is a mystery to me that Facebook turns a profit. Or maybe it doesn’t, actually. I’ve never looked at its annual accounts, which might or might not be…
  • Smeetings

    elfinkate
    9 Mar 2014 | 6:32 pm
    A bit of everyday wisdom, offered with tedious regularity to single adults and, latterly, wurkin’ it in abbreviated form as the title of a popular dating website (with which friends of mine have had success – although: no, thanks, it’s not for me) is the metaphorical truism ‘there are plenty of fish in the sea’. (I call it a metaphorical truism both because the phrase is a metaphor and also because, in reality, the depletion of the oceans’ resources due to human greed has resulted in there being hardly any fish in the sea. Which, as well as being…
  • Part 122: River Phoenix as Chris in ‘Stand by Me’

    elfinkate
    25 Feb 2014 | 4:26 pm
    The other day I was sitting in the hairdressers – having accidentally dyed my hair an alarming shade of orange I was forced to undergo an intensive procedure, involving bleach and scissors and resulting in a pixie crop that appears to have taken its inspiration, colour-wise, from the fur of an ageing labrador. There I was, flicking my big blue eyeballs between Facebook and the weathered pages of an old Glamour magazine, when my stylist asked me a question and inadvertently caused me to reveal repressed teenage yearnings, which explained an awful lot of things about my terrible romantic…
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  • Turning Your Life Around Is A Thought Away

    Jay Krunszyinsky
    30 Mar 2014 | 5:14 am
    Our view of the world and of our place in the world is based upon how we choose to focus our attention.  If we decide that our life is difficult, our choices are limited, and our future bleak, then our focus continues to narrow in our all those people, places and circumstances that bring us pain and suffering.  This helps to solidify and reinforce our negative emotions and produces a momentum that becomes difficult to break as we continue to find more evidence to support our negatives view. To anyone that is caught in this downward spiral in life, you know that the last thing you want to…
  • Parenting Your Child To See Love

    Jay Krunszyinsky
    2 Mar 2014 | 5:38 am
    You may find yourself raising a child to approach life seeing the potential dangers and obstacles that lay ahead for him or her. Many of us do this as we look at the external world and allow ourselves to be overcome with fear when hit with our daily doses of news and reports from others representing how dangerous or unfair life is. We can subscribe to the notion that our world is unsafe and unfair, which we will pass down to our children in hopes that this prepares them for what is to come in their lives. What does these messages and feelings do for children as they begin to truly believe…
  • Valentine’s Day present

    Jay Krunszyinsky
    12 Feb 2014 | 2:11 am
    There’s nothing more romantic than getting your significant others a Valentine’s Day present that they’ll remember. It’s tradition to buy flowers and chocolates to show your loved one how much you care about them, so how can you improve this tradition to create a lasting memory? Through ChildFund International. ChildFund International is offering a way to show your loved one that you care, AND show children in need that we are thinking of them, as well. When you buy your Valentine’s Day gift through ChildFund’s Valentine’s Day promotion, 10% of the proceeds will be donated to…
  • Parenting Your Child for Infinite Possibilities

    Jay Krunszyinsky
    2 Feb 2014 | 10:41 am
    What do you believe?  This question will help you to understand what you child most likely believes as you impart your belief system onto him or her.  You most likely have provided great wisdom on your child along with some of those fears that you carry that cause you to feel anxiety, stress, and other negative emotions.  One of the best gifts that you can bestow on your child is to allow him or her to remain in their initial belief that there are infinite possibilities awaiting them for how he or she will live out dreams.  At a young age, many of us start to “bring our kids to…
  • Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

    Jay Krunszyinsky
    25 Jan 2014 | 6:00 am
    Exploring Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and the Impact If a woman drinks alcohol in moderation then there are normally no long term consequences. However, if that same woman is pregnant then alcohol use or abuse can become a much bigger danger to the unborn child, because potentially they are at risk of the child developing fetal alcohol syndrome because of their actions.  Unlike what most people think it is not simply the children of very heavy drinkers who at risk of developing fetal alcohol syndrome. To a large extent it depends on the individual physiology of the woman and how her body…
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  • Weekend Open Thread

    Dear Wendy
    18 Apr 2014 | 1:00 pm
    We went to a farm today in Queens — the oldest running farm in New York state, I think. We fed goats (and sheep and an alpaca). Now I’m tired, which has as much to do with chasing my little animal around the farm as it does with hitting the vino a little too hard […]
  • Friday Links

    Dear Wendy
    18 Apr 2014 | 9:00 am
    Here are a few things from around the web that may interest you: This Is What It Would Look Like If Girls Hit On Guys Like Guys Hit On Girls [above, via HuffPo] Could this be our own Ramona?! “Pantless Woman Caught Shoplifting Wine” “Study: A Snack Might Help Avoid a Help with a Spouse” […]
  • Shortcuts: “Will His Child Always Come Before Me?”

    Dear Wendy
    18 Apr 2014 | 6:00 am
    It’s time again for Shortcuts. For every question, I’ll give my advice in just a few sentences because sometimes the answer to a person’s question is so obvious and the need to hear it so great that being as clear and frank as possible is simply the best way to go. I’ve been dating this […]
  • Reader Recs: Check Out Sara’s Picks

    Dear Wendy
    17 Apr 2014 | 1:00 pm
    Dear Wendy readers are some of the most intelligent, stylish, super cool people around (it’s a proven fact), so, when a commenter suggested I create a regular feature for them to recommend some of their favorite products, it was a no-brainer and Reader Recs was born. Today’s recommendations come from reader Sara, who lives in […]
  • Book Recommendation: “Calling In The One”

    Dear Wendy
    16 Apr 2014 | 11:00 am
    This Sunday marks eight years since Drew and I were put in touch — over the phone — by our mutual friend, Meg. I was talking about the list of things I was looking for in a guy when suddenly something clicked in her head, and she immediately picked up the phone and called Drew, […]
 
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    Rapid Breakup Recovery

  • How To Stop Dwelling In The Past

    Jesse
    16 Apr 2014 | 11:42 am
    From a reader: Hi Jesse, I have been reading your articles and they are very helpful. A few months ago my ex broke up with me a week after our one year anniversary. It was long distance and she was from LA and I am from Philadelphia, but we both met at Penn State. She [...]The post How To Stop Dwelling In The Past appeared first on Rapid Breakup Recovery.
  • How To Deal With Loneliness

    Jesse
    12 Apr 2014 | 2:42 pm
    From a reader: Hey jesse.. i’m just a regular guy ..20 years old..i am studying in college…the issue that I am facing since a long time is loneliness. Let me put it this way, I used to have quite a happy life 2 years back. Everything was just perfect. I scored good in studies,had a [...]The post How To Deal With Loneliness appeared first on Rapid Breakup Recovery.
  • I Know She Still Loves Me

    Jesse
    10 Apr 2014 | 11:56 am
    From a reader: Hey, I just lost my girlfriend. I mean, she left me for another guy but I know that guy ain’t good for her. He doesn’t deserve her. I really love her and can do anything to get her back. Just temme what to do. I know she still loves me. As painful [...]The post I Know She Still Loves Me appeared first on Rapid Breakup Recovery.
  • How Your Ex-Girlfriend Moved On So Fast

    Jesse
    6 Feb 2014 | 2:13 pm
    A recurring pattern I see in breakups is guys being utterly shocked and dismayed at how fast their ex-girlfriend has moved on. Perhaps she started seeing someone new within days of your breakup, or she left you for another guy. Or maybe she just seems to be handling the whole breakup a lot better than [...]The post How Your Ex-Girlfriend Moved On So Fast appeared first on Rapid Breakup Recovery.
  • Dating After a Breakup/Divorce For Men

    Jesse
    2 Feb 2014 | 1:47 am
    You’ve only truly recovered from a breakup or divorce when you are able to start dating again while you feeling good about who you are, what you stand for and you feel you’re able to engage in a healthy, harmonious bond with someone else. Or as Susan J. Eliott from Getting Past Your Breakup Says: [...]The post Dating After a Breakup/Divorce For Men appeared first on Rapid Breakup Recovery.
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    Black Love Advice | Black Love | Dating Advice | Relationship advice

  • 5 Reasons Being Friends With Your Ex Is A Bad Idea…

    Black Love Advice.Com
    17 Apr 2014 | 7:00 am
    Written By: Natasha Moore Befriending an ex is always tempting. It’s hard to let go of someone who was such a huge part of our lives. How can we let go of someone who has been so important to us? You’re not ready to forget […]
  • Man Ticketed For Emailing A Photo Of His “Tools” With His Work Resume

    Black Love Advice.Com
    16 Apr 2014 | 7:00 am
    The New York Daily News reported a strange but true story last week. An unidentified man seeking employment through a local temp agency, Texas Worksource Solutions, really “put it all out there” in his attempts to secure a job. Along with his resumé, this guy […]
  • Love Fact #10

    Black Love Advice.Com
    15 Apr 2014 | 7:00 am
    One common online dating lie? “I make $100,000 a year.” The average dater is actually 20% poorer than they say they are. Source: OkCupid
  • 6 Struggles Every Couple Goes Through

    Black Love Advice.Com
    14 Apr 2014 | 7:00 am
    Written By: Darren Rose Every relationship goes through stages, and let’s face it, not all of these stages are pleasant. Whether you’re young and in love, or married for a significant amount of time now, you will, or have possibly already faced a wide array […]
  • Why Do Men Cheat? (Here’s 3 Things Scientific Studies Say)

    Black Love Advice.Com
    10 Apr 2014 | 7:00 am
    Written By: Natasha Moore It has always been a common theme in our s*x driven society: Men cheat. Whether happily married or just starting a new relationship, his desire to be with multiple women never seems to decrease. And why is that? As we all […]
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    Tokii Lab

  • Strange Sex- Cougar Advice [VIDEO]

    Tokii
    17 Apr 2014 | 6:00 am
    Cougars are older women who seek out younger men but Hattie is not your average cougar. She is 73 years old and still has an active sex life. Explore your personality traits in a fun, new way with the Tokii QP3 App. Download the Tokii QP3 App Today! Like Tokii on Facebook, Follow us on Twitter. Get inspired with Tokii Pinterest, Get a behind the scenes look at Tokii on Instagram.
  • The Secret Dating Formula That Works

    Tokii
    15 Apr 2014 | 6:00 am
    Do you know the secrets to unlocking your secret seductive dating potential? We all want to become more desirable and more seductive, the kind of person everyone else wants to date and get up close and personal with. And if you’re already in a relationship you want to make it rock solid and long-lasting, flaws and all. Our “Dating” series of easy image-based quizzes lets you dig deep into your personality and unlock your perfect dating persona, one that’s guaranteed to help you succeed in the dating world. My Formula For Online Dating: Amy’s Story When yet another romantic…
  • Relationship Diaries Chapter #1

    M L Kerr
    8 Apr 2014 | 9:00 pm
    Don’t Call Them the Blues – Relationship Diaries From the onset of puberty until just after my seventeenth birthday, I held onto my virginity as if it was a rattlesnake. I couldn’t wait to get rid of it, but no one else seemed to want it either. As much as I tried to shake it off, it always ended up back in my, by then, capable and well-oiled hands. After years of awkward interactions with a gender that, even decades later, I still only barely comprehend, I finally managed to unload it. I gave it away, along with my hapless childhood, to a girl who was exactly two years, four…
  • Ask Steve – Sex Toys in the Bedroom! Oh My! [EXPERT]

    Ask Steve
    2 Apr 2014 | 8:11 am
    In response to requests for Tokii to answer questions from members and the public at large in a frank and direct way, we have brought onboard, a tough talking, calls it like he sees it individual,  Straight Shooter Steve. From time to time, Steve will field your questions in his unique and blunt style. Be forewarned, you might not always like or agree with his answers! In fact, we’ll go as far as to state that Steve’s answers do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of Tokii! Let’s call it freedom of speech!  If nothing else, we hope you’ll find him entertaining and…
  • Diary of a Male Serial Dater – Dancing With Myself [DATING]

    Christoph Sushnyk
    26 Mar 2014 | 6:51 am
    I got to the restaurant a little more than ten minutes early, so I decided to wait around outside a while to make sure I wouldn’t seem too eager. I don’t love the politics of dating and relationships, but these things are necessary when you aren’t completely sure about the person you’re meeting. I took a similar approach to dressing myself before I left my apartment; I put on a pinstriped shirt and a blazer to give a good impression, but paired it with dark-washed blue jeans to ensure that it wouldn’t be the wrong one. At exactly 7:30pm I crossed the street and walked into the…
 
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    CONNECTWITHHISHEART: Love help & Dating Advice for Women

  • Date Night Beauty Regime: Removing The Mask

    Kristina Marchant
    24 Mar 2014 | 3:05 pm
    Photo: Silvana’s Skin Care spa (SilvanaSkinCare.com) As a dating and relationship coach my tools and techniques mostly involve working with women from the ‘inside-out’: finding a way to get closer to a man by getting closer to yourself and changing your thoughts. Sometimes however it helps to work from the ‘outside-in’.   A Calvin Klein sheath dress fresh off the rack or a pair of Burberry T-bar sandals can click on my feminine energy like a light switch.  In this article I’m recommending a date night beauty regime that will not only make your skin radiant but will boost…
  • ReDirect For IHLFY Purchase

    Kristina Marchant
    9 Dec 2013 | 11:48 am
    Welcome To Inspire His Love For You!  Unfortunately we are experiencing a worm virus on our download page.  You have been redirected here.  Hopefully this will be fixed today, but until then please email Kristina at IHLFY@hotmail.com with your order number and see with email you a copy of the manuals.  Thank you and again we apologize.  Stupid Hackers!  Pfft! xoxo The post ReDirect For IHLFY Purchase appeared first on CONNECTWITHHISHEART: Love help & Dating Advice for Women.
  • Dating Advice For Women: Knowing When To Be Optimistic About Love

    Kristina Marchant
    21 Nov 2013 | 11:53 pm
    Pop psychology loves to pump people full of romanticized faith:  poetic photographs with quotes preaching positivity on friends’ Facebook pages; the word ‘hope’ carved into pocket-size stones and spelled out in rhinestones on hundred-dollar bracelets.  And why not?  Why not encourage a little optimism, especially in love?  With a dismal divorce rate and couples having less and less faith in long-term commitment, why not push people to trust a bit more?   My coaching is all about having an open heart with men.  In Inspire His Love For You, I encourage women to have a…
  • He Lost Interest. Now What?

    Kristina Marchant
    12 Nov 2013 | 4:35 pm
    Article I wrote for BlackLoveAdvice.com:   If your relationship has done a 180 and you are now pursuing the man you love instead of being adamantly pursued by him, I know exactly how you feel.  I dated a few guys who went from in love to missing in action.  If he lost interest in you, it’s still not too late—it wasn’t too late for me.   If you follow me online, you know that the man I’m with now was once a drifter.  He called me his miracle in the beginning of the relationship and then he didn’t call me at all.  I was able to save this relationship, unlike those few…
  • How To Spot & Release Emotionally Unavailable Men

    Kristina Marchant
    28 Oct 2013 | 10:13 am
    An article I wrote for YourTango.com: A relationship when both partners are “all-in” is tough enough. But when your man is emotionally unavailable, things are so much harder. You’re committed to making things work, but he just won’t open up. A tell-tale sign of an emotionally unavailable man is a lack of empathy; check for these signs before you get too committed. Although my audience is largley heterosexual females, this article will ring true for those dealing with emotionally unavailable men or women.   Signs That A Man Lacks Empathy: He cheats and then blames…
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    mysilentscream.com

  • Two Sources of Self-Esteem: Secular & Christian

    Scott
    17 Apr 2014 | 8:00 am
    When I think of self esteem I tend to lean one of three ways; three paths my thoughts follow. 1. I focus on my own self-interests, because I am selfish. 2. I focus on the my self-reliance, because I see myself in the mirror. 3. I focus on the tension I feel between my secular education and my spiritual life. The following essay by Randy Alcorn effectively sets my paths straight. Two Sources of Self-Esteem: Secular & Christian Everywhere in the secular media I’ve been hearing and reading about the critical problem of poor self-esteem among our young people. A bad self-image is being…
  • You Are Always …

    Scott
    16 Apr 2014 | 7:00 am
    As my friend Mandy reminded us yesterday, like a dollar that’s seen better days, you’re value never changes. Though this dollar has been folded and crumpled up, stomped down, torn off and snotted-on, it’s still just as valuable; it’s a dollar. Even though you may have been unplanned, felt unwanted, been abused or discarded, felt unprotected or abandoned, misrepresented or misunderstood, you’re still just as valuable; you’re a unique, irreplaceable, invaluable, never-gonna-be-repeated human being. No one could ever offer your unique perspective, you’re…
  • Just Jesus by Walter Wink

    Scott
    10 Apr 2014 | 10:01 pm
    As a well-read person I knew embarrassingly little about Walter Wink before I read this book. He’s a fascinating man. I wish that I had known him personally. Reading “Just Jesus”, the final book by Walter Wink, was an introduction to a fascinating man who made public his joys and sorrows, successes and “my struggle to become human.” This book is a quick read. There are stories and discourses in short chapters, poems, and prayers. I loved reading several chapters; my favorites were: 1. “The Pentecostal Church” and “Spiritual Healing” in…
  • Pray for Punka

    Scott
    9 Apr 2014 | 6:56 am
    Mysilentscream is here for you most days. Today #mysilentscream is for YOU to help me. Today my daughter leaves for the Philippines. By the time many of you read this Shannon will be half a planet away.  I’m blessed, thrilled and a little jealous of her. I’m also Shannon’s (“Punka’s”) anxious, unsettled, and already-lonely-for-her dad. If you’re a praying person please pray for Shannon, her colleagues and her parents who were both just teary-eyed in the living room. I’ll let Shannon explain more via her supportshannon.com website. Hello my name…
  • Josh and Mya

    Scott
    8 Apr 2014 | 8:00 am
    This is Mya and Josh. If you don’t know Josh, he’s my son and I’m honored to be his dad. If you don’t know Mya, she’s Josh’s dog. (We might look alike, but Mya and I aren’t related.) Mya On the fourth anniversary of Taz’s passing, Mya joined our household. The significance of the timing was unintentional; but certainly noteworthy and ironic. Mya had been homeless. Mya was placed in foster care. Mya was posted on Craigslist for adoption. Mya is a burly, strong, friendly, welcoming, brute. We believe that she’s half bulldog and half pit…
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    Grass Stained Me.

  • Horrible Environmental Problems Inspire me to Make Beauty Products out of Things I Should be Eating

    25 Mar 2014 | 8:55 am
     Microbeads. They’re sand-like bits of plastic that you find in skin care products like facial scrubs and exfoliants. Not only can they wreck havoc on my already too dry skin if I use them too often, but they ravage the environment  These microplastic beads are too small for water treatment plants to remove them, so they end up in rivers and lakes. All sorts of chemicals were once dumped liberally into many rivers and lakes across the US. While we've cleaned up our environmental act over the past two decades, elevated levels of industrial chemicals like PCBs are…
  • The Arrival of Spring

    17 Mar 2014 | 6:52 am
    There is no question that spring is upon us. The sandhill cranes passed overhead yesterday; their croaking and cooing song pulled my head skywards searching for their threadlike formation stitched across the sky. I looked back down at the soil where I was sowing seeds; it breathed a moist sigh of relief bidding winter adieu. Each time I scrub the dirt from under my fingernails or greet the busy worms that writhe in the freshly turned soil I praise the lord. Spring around here feels like a Baptist Bible Convention. Hallelujah! My dad just visited for a week. When we weren't off…
  • Salmonella (My Mom Made Me Write This)

    10 Mar 2014 | 6:55 am
    A few weeks ago I shared my habit of eating raw eggs on occasion. I casually assured all thirty-three of you readers out there that you could safely do the same. When my folks caught wind of this, they were up in arms that I was passing out advice that would make others sick. Clearly they don't have a grasp on the scope of my readership, but I took their concern as flattery. My mom works in public health and my dad's a doctor--they've devoted their lives to fighting and minimizing the spread of illness. Concerned that they might report my blog to the Center for…
  • What Did You Want to Be When You Grew Up?

    3 Mar 2014 | 7:52 am
    Have you ever thought back to how you answered that question when you were seven years old? When I think about my response and then look at where I'm at, I can't help but laugh.Even though I grew up just outside DC, my favorite thing to do was hang out in the creek. Basically, it was a drainage that brought the water from the gutters down to the Potomac River. Based on my time down there, I thought I'd like to be an Iroquois Indian or Amish. I had learned about both in school and they seemed to fit. Later, my mom explained how Native Americans no longer lived in longhouses, and even though…
  • The Things We Do in the Name of Love

    24 Feb 2014 | 8:35 am
    In case you were wondering what my plans are next Tuesday, I'll be driving five hours east to Denver to go see a basketball game.Love works in mysterious ways.Dev and I are counting this week as our one year anniversary. How people determine the exact date when a relationship starts is beyond me. The beginning of ours moved like a roller skating waitress slipping on a banana peel. It's hard to pin down.In a moment of insanity, err, I mean heartfelt love, I bought tickets to see his favorite team play. I'm hoping to get a sushi dinner out of the deal--well worth a five hour drive and a…
 
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    AttractionWiki

  • 3 Easy Mental Hacks to Instantly Boost Your Confidence

    The Magnet
    11 Apr 2014 | 5:36 pm
    What if you could SKYROCKET your self-confidence on command? What if, by means of mental trickery, you could instantly muster up the balls to approach the next hottie you see? What if you could engage any social circle — anywhere — and quickly become the center of attention? If you think I’m about to pitch […]The post 3 Easy Mental Hacks to Instantly Boost Your Confidence appeared first on AttractionWiki.
  • Should You Use PUA Text Openers?

    The Magnet
    8 Sep 2013 | 11:02 pm
    In the world of seduction, the entire community is finally coming to a consensus: Using canned routines and opening lines is generally a bad idea. For one, it makes you sound robotic and too premeditated. Secondly, using canned lines defeats the purpose of becoming good with women. After all, if you aren’t confident enough to […]The post Should You Use PUA Text Openers? appeared first on AttractionWiki.
  • PUA Negs: Should You Use Them?

    The Magnet
    16 Aug 2013 | 1:32 pm
    PUA negs are light insults wrapped as compliments given to a hot women in the hope that it would set you apart from all the men who are always complementing her/kissing her ass. The neg is one of the most misunderstood, yet overused pick up techniques. Misuse of the neg is unfortunate, and one of […]The post PUA Negs: Should You Use Them? appeared first on AttractionWiki.
  • Using Body Language to Attract Women: A Brief Guide

    The Magnet
    9 Jul 2013 | 4:35 pm
    Guys who know very little about attraction think that they only need to learn one “magical” line or PUA routine  in order to get the girl. Real men realize it’s not WHAT you say… but rather HOW you say it. At the end of this article, you’ll know exactly why using body language to attract […]The post Using Body Language to Attract Women: A Brief Guide appeared first on AttractionWiki.
  • Why Do Women Date Assholes? The Answer is Simple…

    The Magnet
    6 Jun 2013 | 4:47 pm
    Okay, we’ve all heard the saying, “Nice guys finish last.” It’s one of those quotes that idealists and do-gooders absolutely hate. It’s also a brutal reminder that being a “good person” isn’t always what gets you ahead in this world. Many nice guys frequently sit back in horror as the girls they desire are swooped […]The post Why Do Women Date Assholes? The Answer is Simple… appeared first on AttractionWiki.
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    Funny Dating & Relationship Stories & Advice - Melanys Guydlines

  • Happy Whatever Holiday You Celebrate Without Me Insulting You!

    Melany
    16 Apr 2014 | 1:49 pm
    I can’t believe it is already hump day, the middle of spring break for you lucky young people, 2 days into the trek through the desert for those who eat unleavened bread, and almost hipity-hopity time! I just bought some Bamboo plants at Lowes (they are good luck plants because they barely need to be watered to survive -this is already good luck in my book) and saw eggs that actually hatch flowers. I want one. I mean I do! How cool -eggs that hatch flowers. I either need sleep or need to get out more if eggs entertain me... Continue Reading
  • The Snark Tank: Bull’s Eye vs. Bull Sh*t

    Melany
    8 Apr 2014 | 8:39 pm
    I get asked, “What does a blogger do?” several times a day. It is shocking to me but some people still have the preconceived notion that bloggers are like digital scrap-bookers, sitting in large walk-in closets with laptops and piles of crate paper creating origami birds and posting them on the Internet for their friends and family to feel obligated to look at. Sure, there are foodie bloggers who are physically unable to stick any morsel of food in their mouth without documenting every moment of the experience (just eat it – don’t share unless I can actually taste the... Continue…
  • 16 Things Not To Do At (Any/Social Media) Conference

    Melany
    2 Apr 2014 | 4:25 pm
    1. Not knowing your competition. Know if anyone is dominating your niche in the market. I am 70% sure there may be someone doing what you think you have created. Can’t you hear Drunk Uncle from SNL saying “I’m prrrrrrrreetttttyyyy suuuuuurrrrrree…..” someone is already doing that? Do your research! 2. Do not wear high heels during the day so you look like a wounded stork walking through the hotel. This will make people notice you but not in a good way and then you can’t attend the rest of the conference and have to call in wounded the second day.... Continue Reading
  • 10 Winners, 10 L’Essential Vapor Couture Kits Worth A Total $650

    Melany
    29 Mar 2014 | 6:13 am
    You asked for it and here it is! Another giveaway! I love giving my readers snarky things and you can’t get much snarkier than the L’Essential kits from Vapor Couture. If you have been reading my past few posts you know that Vapor Couture is the only ecig exclusively designed for women. It’s about time. No more batons for me. Vapor Couture features an ultra-thin jewel tripped rechargeable ecig. Not only that, but they rock some super sexy accessories for you not to break your Vapor Couture ecigs. They offer leather clutches to sterling silver charm necklaces that epitomize modern...
  • My 2 Cents: Rocking Social Media

    Melany
    28 Mar 2014 | 8:57 am
    Being a flytrap for stupid people on a daily basis allows me no shortage for writing material. I will get into that a little further when I return to the place where my clothes live. Also, known to some as “home”. I have been traveling so much that Southwest sends a few emails a week to inform me “Your trip is around the corner” while I am still on a trip. Whatever? Home is where the heart is or where my clothes and purses live. Right? But, I thought I would share this golden nugget of knowledge with all of... Continue Reading
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    WatersEdge

  • 4 Tips to Help You with Your Grief and Loss

    Duncan Morris
    17 Apr 2014 | 3:00 pm
    Image courtesy of Sira Anamwong / FreeDigitalPhotos.net Grief is unique to the individual. We all grieve differently and for this reason there is no set pattern to follow. It is my belief that grief and pain remain with us; however we can learn to live with these feelings successfully, doing so without diminishing the value of the causation of grief. We often think of grief and loss as referring to the death of a loved one, however grief also relates to aspects of our lives such as a broken relationship, loss of employment, relocation and the loss of a pet to name a few. Grief is a unique…
  • Are You Fighting Fair or Fighting Dirty

    Colleen Morris
    10 Apr 2014 | 3:00 pm
    Fighting within a relationship does not have to be bad. A constructive argument where both sides are able to speak and be heard is the mark of a very healthy relationship. But there are some ways of fighting that aren’t as constructive, in fact they’re down right dirty and can impact your relationship negatively. Here is a list of ways we fight dirty with great alternatives so you can start fighting fair. If you are experiencing difficulties fighting fair and need direction and support to repair and have a strong, happy and enduring couple relationship, then here’s what you need to do:…
  • An Extroverts Guide on How to Live with an Introverted Partner

    Jessica Morris
    3 Apr 2014 | 3:00 pm
    Image courtesy of photostock / FreeDigitalPhotos.net If the old saying, “opposites attract” is true, then there is every likelihood that your partner is the complete opposite of you. Initially this may not seem like a huge factor in your relationship; you enjoy each other’s company and genuine appreciation means you are able to overlook your differences. But what happens when you are living together and your partner displays some characteristics that are just plain strange to you? How do you cope when you want to go out and all they want to do is lock themselves up in a quiet room for…
  • 5 Steps to Help Manage Your Anger

    Duncan Morris
    27 Mar 2014 | 3:00 pm
    Image courtesy of stockimages / FreeDigitalPhotos.net In my personal experience, anger is a secondary emotion that is triggered by a primary emotion such as powerlessness, rejection or inadequacy. It took me a long time to understand that my angry outbursts were more than spontaneous rage. Over many years of professional support, I discovered that when I felt powerless the result would be an angry outburst which was detrimental to my relationships and in one instance even cost me my job. From my own experience, here are 5 steps that can help you to manage the anger you feel in your own life.
  • 4 Benefits of Professional Supervision

    Duncan Morris
    20 Mar 2014 | 3:00 pm
    Image courtesy of stockimages / FreeDigitalPhotos.net Are you in a leadership position in your profession? Where do you discuss your ideas, debrief from a stressful day, analyse challenges and increase your self-awareness? Are you uncertain of what to do next in your career? Professional supervision provides you the opportunity to manage your situation through critical reflection and self-discovery. Here are 4 benefits I have discovered that come from receiving professional supervision. 1. You don’t have to do it on your own In the professional world, it can often seem like you are on your…
 
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    His 'n' Hers Handbook

  • The One: Heart-shaped waffle maker

    Gareth
    15 Apr 2014 | 5:43 pm
    Who doesn’t love waffles? If you don’t – get off this page now! Yeah, batter-hater, vamoose! Right, where were we? Mmm waffles… We love those gridlocks of golden goodness with fresh berries; with salted caramel ice cream; with chocolate; and sometimes even with bacon. Not all at once mind. We’re not that experimental in the kitchen. The bedroom perhaps, yes… But back to the kitchen. Have you ever noticed that anything you eat tastes a million times better if it’s cut into a cool shape – like a dinosaur, Darth Vader or a HEART? That’s why this Gourmet Gadgetry…
  • Easter Sale! Wacky Wedding Gifts

    Gareth
    15 Apr 2014 | 5:40 pm
    Easter isn’t all about eggs. Although it should be if you ask us… who doesn’t love a good Easter egg hunt, eh? The truth is, a lot of couples chose Easter as their season for getting married. And why wouldn’t you? It’s spring and what with the connotations of new beginnings we can’t think of a better time to start your happy matrimony. But wait. What’s that? You haven’t got your weddings pals a gift? Fret ye not. iWoot have a got a super duper Easter sale on – offering 20% off when you spend over £60. From crazy knife sets to cardigan wearing raccoon cushions, there’s…
  • Festival Love: Discounted Tents and BBQs

    Gareth
    15 Apr 2014 | 5:38 pm
    Festival season is just around the corner! Yes! Yes! Yes! Calm down. Blimey. We’re not there just yet. However, you’ll be prepping your camping stove and knocking the mud off your wellies in prep this Easter hols. To get our camping cockles stoked up we like to sit down and watch Carry On Camping. That bit when Bab’s top flies off and her… anyway… slapped wrists all round. Here’s another way to get revved up for festival season – treat you and your festival partner to a brand new spanking (stop it) tent? And then you can buy yourself a BBQ too. Go Outdoors have some amazing…
  • Her: Summer Sandals Sale

    Gareth
    15 Apr 2014 | 5:35 pm
    When did sandal season become a thing? We have four seasons and yet all these other sub-seasons keep breezing in. There’s also festival season, wedding season, and sex toy season. Okay we made that last one up to see if you were paying attention. You pass. Will sandal season have a good forecast this year? We’re hoping our little cotton socks off that we’ll be able to play footsie in a risqué pair of sandals, or an ‘ugly’ flat pair, if we’re feeling really on-trend. But there’s already one good forecast: There’s 20% off selected sandals at Nordstrom.com until Sunday 27 April,…
  • His: Spring Sunglasses Sale

    Gareth
    15 Apr 2014 | 5:21 pm
    “The sun has got his hat on Hip-hip-hip-hooray! The sun has got his hat on, He’s coming out today.” …and that means one thing! Sunglasses time! But you know how it is – you’ve misplaced them, left them at the gym, or haven’t got around to fixing that broken you arm you snapped when you foolhardily went for that fifth monkey bar in a row after one too many ciders. Don’t panic! Thank god for Moss Boss. They’ve got an awesome holiday sale on for all those getting blinded by the sun. Until the 22nd of April, get 15% off when you use the code: HOLIDAY.
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    Thoughts on Life and Love

  • Nine Ways to Conquer Negative Thinking

    Mandy Kloppers
    21 Apr 2014 | 3:41 am
    Alone ….. (Photo credit: Kash_if) No one enjoys hearing negative comments from others, especially if there is no constructive value to them. So why put up with these comments when they come from yourself. Negative thinking makes you less attractive to the abundance around you and more attractive to all that you don’t want. You attract what you think about and focus on. The main reason why people fall far short of their desires in life is self sabotage. Most of it happens at a very subtle subconscious level. Many of those negative thoughts that you get, even the little tiny ones…
  • Easter Bunny Psychology

    Mandy Kloppers
    19 Apr 2014 | 4:54 am
      Easter postcard circa early 20th century (Photo credit: Wikipedia) We tell our children not to lie but then as parents, we lie to our children about the Easter Bunny, the tooth fairy and Santa Claus.From a psychological perspective it is interesting to consider whether this deceit can have a negative impact upon our children. On the one hand, inviting these fictitious figures into our families can encourage creativity and fun. The downside to this is that we may be betraying our children’s trust by inventing stories. What is ultimately the deciding factor is the spirit in which…
  • How To Spot an Emotionally Unavailable Person

    Mandy Kloppers
    18 Apr 2014 | 2:16 am
      emotionally unavailable There is a lot of significance to knowing about emotionally-unavailable people. Dating problems often stem from not knowing how to deal with such people and we often make the mistake of thinking we have what it takes to turn an emotionally unavailable person into someone who would return our love and affection wholeheartedly. For contrast, a person who’s emotionally unavailable is different from one who’s simply unavailable. An unavailable person is not interested in getting into a serious relationship, and keeps off the dating playing field…
  • How to cope with the end of a relationship

    Mandy Kloppers
    17 Apr 2014 | 1:46 am
      break ups The end of a relationship Just because a relationship has ended, it does not mean that something beautiful isn’t around the corner. The end of a relationship creates space for something else, at the very least for yourself and who you are… And from there, all possibilities are possible. Shame and Guilt Shame and guilt are often involved at the end of a relationship, especially if there are children. Children fare much better when they are surrounded by happy parents that are separated  than parents who stay together but are miserable. You may feel sad about it having…
  • How To Manage Worry

    Mandy Kloppers
    16 Apr 2014 | 3:30 am
      Worried Man with Debt and Bills (Photo credit: SalFalko) Strategies  to manage/counteract worrying: Worry affects all of us although some of us seem to be more prone to worrying and others. Most worrying is counter-productive and is a form of mental torture. Apparently, we all experience around 80,000 thoughts per day. Only 20,000 of those thoughts and useful productive thoughts. So why do we do it? for many it is a safety behaviour, by that I mean that it allows us to feel temporarily safe. Of course there is a misconception that worrying will somehow avert problems. Yet I am sure…
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    Married with Luggage

  • Reconnecting with a Lost Love (Podcast #58 with Michelle Colon-Johnson)

    Warren
    16 Apr 2014 | 4:05 am
    Married with Luggage: The Podcast is a weekly 20-minute podcast where we share lessons about love from our own adventures and couples just like you. We invite you to make every Wednesday a standing date with the Married with Luggage Podcast. “Grow old with me, the best is yet to be.” ~ Robert Browning Show Notes Have you ever […]
  • How We Write Books Together

    Betsy
    13 Apr 2014 | 3:00 am
    We sit side by side at the desk, sharing amusing anecdotes and agreeing on every sentence that gets typed. We smile warmly at each other, amazed at how fast the story flows. It’s effortless, just like our love. Nice image, huh? Too bad it’s not true. How we write books together is a lot like […]
  • Spicing Up Your Sex Life (Podcast #57 with Cecilie Kjensli)

    Married with Luggage
    9 Apr 2014 | 3:15 am
    Married with Luggage: The Podcast is a weekly 20-minute podcast where we share lessons about love from our own adventures and couples just like you. We invite you to make every Wednesday a standing date with the Married with Luggage Podcast. It’s been so long since I’ve had sex I’ve forgotten who ties up whom.” Joan Rivers […]
  • Embracing Unconventional Romance

    Warren
    6 Apr 2014 | 4:15 am
    This week Betsy and I completed the second draft of our latest book, Married with Luggage: What We Learned About Love by Traveling the World. We celebrated with a long walk through the hills surrounding our village here in Spain. It was an opportunity to step away from the words and launch planning and just […]
  • When Your Dream Evolves (Podcast #56 – Buying a House in Spain)

    Warren
    2 Apr 2014 | 5:34 am
    Married with Luggage, The Podcast is a weekly 20-minute podcast where we share lessons about love from our own adventures and couples just like you. We invite you to make every Wednesday a standing date with the Married with Luggage Podcast. Never make your home in a place. Make a home for yourself inside your own […]
 
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    The Relationship Suite

  • How to Deal with Projection in Your Relationship

    Rachel Moheban-Wachtel,LCSW
    14 Apr 2014 | 7:45 am
    I am Rachel Moheban Wachtel, LCSW and today’s issue is “How to deal with projection in your marriage.”  Arthur writes: Dear Rachel, My wife and I have been married for almost 5 years and recently she started going to yoga, meditating, and practicing Buddhism. I support her all the way, but don’t practice or believe in […]The post How to Deal with Projection in Your Relationship appeared first on The Relationship Suite.
  • Are You Ready for a Relationship? 5 Ways to Know

    Rachel Moheban-Wachtel,LCSW
    14 Apr 2014 | 7:41 am
    There’s not a day that goes by when I don’t find myself in a discussion in my counseling sessions that consists of someone looking for a little dating advice. After all, if there’s one thing just about all of us can agree on, it’s that love is an important part of our life’s journey and […]The post Are You Ready for a Relationship? 5 Ways to Know appeared first on The Relationship Suite.
  • How to Feel More Secure in Your 2nd Marriage

    Rachel Moheban-Wachtel,LCSW
    27 Mar 2014 | 9:10 am
    I am Rachel Moheban-Wachtel, LCSW and today’s issue is “How to feel more secure in your second marriage.”  Katherine writes: Dear Rachel, My husband and I are on are both on our second marriage. I made a pretty clean break from my first husband but my current husband’s ex is still in his life (they have […]The post How to Feel More Secure in Your 2nd Marriage appeared first on The Relationship Suite.
  • Stop Nitpicking in Your Relationship

    Rachel Moheban-Wachtel,LCSW
    11 Mar 2014 | 6:32 am
    I am Rachel Moheban-Wachtel, LCSW New York City marriage counselor, and welcome to The Relationship Suite, the place to learn how to create healthy relationships. This weeks question comes from Paul and he writes Dear Rachel: My wife is constantly nitpicking at me and wanting me to do household chores and never seems satisfied. She […]The post Stop Nitpicking in Your Relationship appeared first on The Relationship Suite.
  • How to Keep Your Spark Alive in Your Marriage

    Rachel Moheban-Wachtel,LCSW
    26 Feb 2014 | 7:42 am
    I am Rachel Moheban-Wachtel, LCSW New York City marriage counselor, and welcome to The Relationship Suite, the place to learn how to create healthy relationships. This week’s question comes from Angela and she writes: Dear Rachel – I am the Vice President of a large company and work long hours as well as travel around […]The post How to Keep Your Spark Alive in Your Marriage appeared first on The Relationship Suite.
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    Sunset Talks

  • You’re Never Too Old For Toys, Especially In the Bedroom

    Guest Blogger
    18 Apr 2014 | 3:47 am
    Are you totally against introducing sex toys like vibrators into your love life? Well, you must this read this. The post You’re Never Too Old For Toys, Especially In the Bedroom appeared first on Sunset Talks.
  • How to Plan a Romantic Getaway on a Budget

    Anchal Bhatia
    31 Mar 2014 | 6:48 am
    Whether you want to reignite the sexual fire in your relationship or just want to skip town with your loved one for a week or two, it may be time to hit the road. The weather, time together, the tempting day dreams of exotic locations and fruity cocktails all make hitting the road pretty appealing. [...] The post How to Plan a Romantic Getaway on a Budget appeared first on Sunset Talks.
  • Preparing For Divorce: Important Steps You Need To Take

    Guest Blogger
    18 Mar 2014 | 12:28 am
    The end of a marriage and the decision to get a divorce can be one of the most painful and challenging moments in someone’s life. Emotionally and financially, divorce can be distressing for all the people involved. This not only includes the couple, but also their children, loved ones and friends. This is why it’s [...] The post Preparing For Divorce: Important Steps You Need To Take appeared first on Sunset Talks.
  • Review: Saffola Total Most Suitable for Indian Cooking Conditions

    Sunset Talks
    10 Mar 2014 | 3:49 am
    Cooking oil like Saffola Total is considered suitable not only for the heart but for the overall well-being of you and your family. But why? The post Review: Saffola Total Most Suitable for Indian Cooking Conditions appeared first on Sunset Talks.
  • Valentine’s Day Ideas That Will Help You Strengthen Your Relationship

    Anchal Bhatia
    10 Feb 2014 | 8:21 am
    As the day of love is almost upon us, I thought let me share some Valentines Day ideas that are only fun but will help you strengthen your relationship. The post Valentine’s Day Ideas That Will Help You Strengthen Your Relationship appeared first on Sunset Talks.
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    Fiona Beck » Love and Relationships

  • A REAL MAN

    FionaBeck
    15 Apr 2014 | 8:49 am
    Whilst womens liberation did a lot to make life easier and fairer for women, this came at a huge cost in many ways. Specifically when it comes to dating, relationships, marriage and parenthood. So if you are looking for a good man, one who will make solid and stable partner and ultimately a supportive husband and father, what are the signs that let you know you have either found him or you need to dump him and move on? 1) A REAL MAN will back his words up with ACTIONS. Talk is easy – but does he deliver on all his promises or is he just an expert at spinning fairy tales and making plans…
  • What is unconditional love?

    FionaBeck
    8 Apr 2014 | 3:27 am
    If we quote the bible, Unconditional Love is described in 1 Corinthians 13: If I speak in the tongues of men or of angels, but do not have love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal. 2 If I have the gift of prophecy and can fathom all mysteries and all knowledge, and if I have a faith that can move mountains, but do not have love, I am nothing. 3 If I give all I possess to the poor and give over my body to hardship that I may boast, but do not have love, I gain nothing. 4 Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. 5 It does not dishonor…
  • Soul Mates: Communication is the key

    FionaBeck
    31 Mar 2014 | 4:38 am
    The love that you feel for your Soul Mate is like a karmic glue that holds you in a certain place. It can feel as if you are being held there so that your Soul Mate can rub salt in your deepest wounds. They don’t even need to be in contact with you to do this. The day you found one another in this incarnation was the day that your healing path begun. You can’t reverse it, you can’t take a U turn and head off in a different direction, (although you do have free will to explore all the possible ‘escape routes’), and you can’t ignore what is happening. So what…
  • The Danger of Denial

    FionaBeck
    18 Mar 2014 | 2:31 am
    Losing a relationship is something that we need to mourn in much the same way as we mourn the loss of a loved one. When someone dies, there are 7 stages of grief. 1. SHOCK & DENIAL 2. PAIN & GUILT 3. ANGER & BARGAINING 4. “DEPRESSION”, REFLECTION, LONELINESS 5. THE UPWARD TURN 6. RECONSTRUCTION & WORKING THROUGH 7. ACCEPTANCE & HOPE The stages are no different when someone we love walks away from us – with one BIG exception. When someone actually dies, they are gone. There is no way that they can come back to us in this lifetime. We have no choice…
  • Soul Mates : Do they ever reach ‘Happy Ever After?’

    FionaBeck
    11 Mar 2014 | 7:02 am
    People who are in the midst of a ‘Soul Mate experience’ often ask me how many people I know, or have read for, actually reach a stable committed relationship with their Soul Mate. The first thing I say to them is that people come to me when things are going wrong, not when everything is good. So it could be that my view is slightly distorted. I speak to people when these connections are at their most painful and challenging – and thats a long way from a ‘Happy Ever After’. But then I also tell them the truth. I have yet to hear about ANYONE who is now happily…
 
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    TheStallionStyle

  • 10 Effective Ways To Get A Girl To Like You

    James Buzinko
    2 Apr 2014 | 12:21 am
    How do you get a girl to like you? That is the question that millions of boys ask every day, and is it any wonder? Putting yourself out there and telling a lady you like her is one of the hardest things to do, so it makes sense that you would want to be prepared […]
  • The Perfect Lap Dance: 4 Tips & 5 Moves That Will Get Him

    James Buzinko
    1 Apr 2014 | 2:51 am
    You don’t have to be a professional stripper to give your man a lap dance he’s going to remember for a long time to come. All you really have to do is do 4 simple tips and 5 easy moves. These are a great way to drive him into a sexual frenzy, show him how […]
  • 8 Character Traits Of The Perfect Dominatrix

    James Buzinko
    31 Mar 2014 | 2:27 pm
    Being a dominatrix can provide you with the utmost amount of confidence and a clear understanding of discipline. As a woman who takes the primary dominant role in a sexual relationship, you can either be a paid one or you can simply participate in the act for fun. Either way, there are several characteristics that […]
  • 4 Vital Tools For Every Dominatrix

    James Buzinko
    31 Mar 2014 | 6:53 am
    There is a ton of fun to be had when you’re into the kinkier side of sexuality. The practice of BDSM has been around for many, many decades, even before it was officially given that well-known four-letter acronym. [Save Your Money! America’s Top 13 Sex Shops That Rock] It encompasses a wide spectrum of practices and […]
  • 8 Sure Signs That A Girl Likes You

    James Buzinko
    29 Mar 2014 | 12:32 pm
    Sometimes when the genders try to communicate, they give new meaning to the old adage that says “Women are from Venus, Men are from Mars”. Dudes and chicks simply communicate in different ways. This leaves room for a lot of confusion to anyone trying to explore the inter-gender “galaxy”. There is no worse time for this […]
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