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  • Why I became a bad boy.

    Miso N. Grey: The Relationship Doctor.
    Miso N. Grey
    21 Sep 2014 | 5:15 pm
    Mr. Grey will see you now. I was once a nice guy who used to run a retail computer repair store. Turns out that nice guys are a terrible businessmen, as I found out in a particularly rude manner. For almost nine years, we had a policy of free diagnoses for customer computers. We’d let people bring their computers in and we’d run several tests, utilizing pricey tools and a tremendous amount of time in an effort to figure out what was ailing their computers. Most folks had us perform at least a minor paid repair. Late one afternoon, a gentleman wandered into my store with a broken…
  • Eroticitis Of The Brain: Hard To Detect, Even Harder To Escape, Part 1

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    Meetch
    16 Jan 2015 | 1:59 pm
    Sex sells … It always has and it always will. And guess what? We all buy it (men and women, single and married). We are all obsessed and compelled by it, ushering it into our being, through the subconscious. To think you’re an exception is like living in Los Angeles and claiming that your body is Smog Proof. It just ain’t so. I call this obsession, this compulsion for sex … Eroticitis of the Brain — and us men have a tendency to suffer from it more than our counterparts. What’s so surprising is that this epidemic of sexual excitation is praised in…
  • Top Ten Ways to Know if He’s The One

    Lisa M Hayes
    lisa
    9 Dec 2014 | 2:03 pm
    By:  Lisa Hayes It’s a very popular Google search,  “How do I know if he’s the one?”  The thing about finding the one is when it happens you probably aren’t Google searching for the answer.  You just know.  The bottom line is you can’t find the one until you’ve found yourself.  When you are living your most attractive life it’s going to put you in a place to attract the love you’re looking for .  The vast majority of the time people think finding the one is about the other person.  The reality is it’s always an inside job.
  • 12 Awkward Questions Girls Wish They Could Ask Guys

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    Lovepanky
    22 Jan 2015 | 10:32 am
    Behind her demure exterior and soft-spoken grace, the typical woman has tons of questions she wishes she could ask you. Find out what they are! By Danielle Anne Suleik It’s understandable that relationships require two people to learn as much as they can about each other. It helps you get to know the person you’re seeing better, and they can learn about you as well. After the preliminary queries like career options, goals and plans for the future, a girl still has a few questions that can’t be discussed in the initial stages of the relationship. Some of these questions can be…
  • Alegerea unui sistem de alarma Paradox

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    James
    5 Jan 2015 | 2:10 am
    Un sistem de securitate și de monitorizare sunt instalate pentru a proteja casa ta de la hoți, hoți, intruși și alte pericole, inclusiv de incendiu. Există o varietate de sisteme de alarmă acasă pentru a decide. Atunci când se analizează o pentru casa ta Amintiți-vă că acestea oferă diferite funcții operaționale cu un singur lucru în comun, ele sunt concepute pentru a proteja casa ta. Unele dintre comune tipuri de sisteme de alarmă includ circuite electrice, detectoare de mișcare, alarme infraroșu și alte soiuri care toate sunt relativ eficiente. Mai jos este mai mult…
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  • Alegerea unui sistem de alarma Paradox

    James
    5 Jan 2015 | 2:10 am
    Un sistem de securitate și de monitorizare sunt instalate pentru a proteja casa ta de la hoți, hoți, intruși și alte pericole, inclusiv de incendiu. Există o varietate de sisteme de alarmă acasă pentru a decide. Atunci când se analizează o pentru casa ta Amintiți-vă că acestea oferă diferite funcții operaționale cu un singur lucru în comun, ele sunt concepute pentru a proteja casa ta. Unele dintre comune tipuri de sisteme de alarmă includ circuite electrice, detectoare de mișcare, alarme infraroșu și alte soiuri care toate sunt relativ eficiente. Mai jos este mai mult…
  • Diferite tipuri de lumanari de botez

    James
    10 Dec 2014 | 2:33 am
    Nu lumânări îndoială, nu au fost într-adevăr inventate pentru multe dintre scopurile pentru care sunt utilizate, dar încă lumânări sunt identificate cu imaginea ei de utilizare multifuncțională. Parfumuri și lumânări sunt adesea conectate la o asemenea măsură încât mulți oameni uita doar că lumanari albe lungi normale sunt disponibile în piață. Există diferite tipuri de lumânări, dar lumanari de botez sunt un gen popular. Lumanari de botez, spre deosebire de cele mai multe alte produse pot fi personalizate foarte ușor. Tipuri comune de lumanari de botez disponibile…
  • Alegerea unei formatii perfecte pentru nunta ta

    James
    26 Nov 2014 | 8:24 am
    Cu muzica joacă un rol important în nunta ta, este important să vă ia în considerare opţiunile pentru cum aceasta muzica muzica nunta este jucat + fie live sau în temeiul unui sistem de sunet. Melodiile muzica nunta va fi ales cu migală de voi deci este în valoare de asigurându-vă că acestea sunt redate pentru cel mai bun efect. Aveţi o gamă largă de opţiuni atunci când vine vorba de joc vă cantece muzica nunta, în funcţie de stil şi gen de muzică ai ales. De asemenea, poate doriţi să ia în considerare stilul muzica nunta ta, atunci când luarea deciziilor…
  • De ce să alegeți un scaun de masaj Human Touch?

    James
    21 Nov 2014 | 1:00 am
    După opt ore de muncă grea să te simți ca și cum dumneavoastră umeri, gât, spate și au fost complet abuzat. Care este soluția la această problemă nu pare să se termine + și nu mă refer la călători înainte și înapoi la chiropractician sau terapeut de masaj? Un drept scaun de masaj în confortul de acasă, care vă oferă senzația de atingere umană și pot fi utilizate în funcție de programările de timp, este răspunsul. Dar de ce scaun de masaj Human Touch? Scaune de masaj Human Touch sunt construite de către Interactive Sănătate și dispun de un multi-patentat Human…
  • Promovare website – afla mai multe!

    James
    18 Nov 2014 | 2:07 am
    Inca de la creșterea în utilizarea internetului, acesta a fost de servire a utilizatorilor în multe feluri. Pentru unii, aceasta este o resursă de cunoștințe și informații, iar pentru unii este un mediu de publicitate. Este o realitate faptul că potențialii clienți caută informații legate de produs înainte de a lua decizia de cumpărare. Cei care sunt savvy internet, ei se cerceteze pe web. Acum, ea este o companie de promovare website, care se potrivește perfect în acest loc. Acest tip de organizare poate fi mai bine cunoscut sub numele de partener de afaceri de promovare.
 
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  • Treatment restores sociability in autism mouse model

    22 Jan 2015 | 12:48 pm
    Researchers have treated mice that mimic human autism with a neuropeptide called oxytocin, and have found that it restores normal social behavior. In addition, the findings suggest that giving oxytocin as early as possible in the animal's life leads to more lasting effects in adults and adolescents.
  • Estrogen-producing neurons influence aggression in both sexes

    22 Jan 2015 | 10:31 am
    A miniscule cluster of estrogen-producing nerve cells in the mouse brain exerts highly specific effects on aggressive behavior in both males and females, according to new research.
  • Antisocial and non-antisocial siblings share difficulty recognizing emotions

    21 Jan 2015 | 6:05 pm
    Teenagers with brothers and sisters who exhibit severe antisocial behavior share a similar impairment with their siblings in recognizing emotions, according to a new study. The findings suggest that difficulties in recognizing emotions could be a factor that increases a child's risk of developing conduct disorder -- a condition characterized by pathological aggression and antisocial behavior.
  • Facebook not to blame for negative impact on grades, professor says

    20 Jan 2015 | 11:25 am
    The more time college students, particularly freshman, spend on Facebook, the more their grades suffer. But a professor says the problem is not Facebook -- it's an issue of self-regulation.
  • Poor social integration = poor health

    20 Jan 2015 | 9:11 am
    There are many benefits to being supported by a strong social network. But can a bigger friend base actually make you healthier? New research shows that social relationships do have a positive influence our physical well-being.
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  • january 26

    ponderandwander
    26 Jan 2015 | 4:42 am
    How old do you have to be before your parents quit affecting your life?  I am 52.  I haven’t talked to my mother in years, 6, I think.  And I still hear her in the back of my mind….nothing is good enough.  Nothing is done according to her plans.  My hair needs cut.  My clothes are too current (trust me, they aren’t).  I haven’t talked to her in years and these thoughts still play over and over in my head.  I don’t even know if I even cross her mind anymore. I wonder if she thinks about me.  I wonder if I cross her mind at all.  Or I was written off for…
  • 30 Day Self Esteem Challenge: Day 15

    taylahjeanne
    26 Jan 2015 | 4:38 am
    Day fifteen: Why do you think people are attracted to you, either friend-wise or romantically? Romanticwise:  That I act like myself all the time. I don’t put on a show because I can’t. Usually I’m a dork and a weirdo, and for some reason my SO likes it (and joins in). I like to laugh, and I laugh at his jokes.  My hair. He loves long hair.  I’m little. He has over a foot of height on me. I think it makes him feel manly.  Friend-wise: Again, I’m weird. That usually makes for at least an entertaining friend.  I’m emotionally…
  • The Impossible, Implausible, Uphill Task of Loving Others

    JS Park
    26 Jan 2015 | 4:30 am
    sureles asked a question: The bible says to: “speak to one another with psalms, hymns, and son
  • 11 Signs You're Not Over Him

    girlmeetsworld3093
    26 Jan 2015 | 4:30 am
    If you need help deciphering your feelings… This seems to be my never-fail check list! 1. You’re either over eating, or over exercising. Or both. Hitting the gym twice a day? Consuming so much confectionary that your belly looks like a balloon? Definitely a tell tale sign that you are suppressing your emotions – blocking the feelings, or simply trying overly hard to forget. 2. You check your phone every 5 minutes. You can’t stop lighting up the screen on your iPhone, even though you’ve been sitting next to it and you KNOW it hasn’t gone off… Because…
  • I take back my last post

    Belle Morte
    26 Jan 2015 | 4:30 am
    We seem to have a new winner! Jeroen: “You have got some big and yummy breasts. What is your cupsize? Cup E or F? Probably Cup F”. Me: “BYE” Jeroen: “And I bet that you have a hairy pussy too”. Me: “I SAID BYE!!”. Click on photo to enlarge.
 
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  • So confused!!!

    bdemantes
    26 Jan 2015 | 6:40 am
    My wife and I have been married for 11 years andseparated for about 3 weeks now. I caused the separation by lying about numerous things. I have been living with my parents. She didn't talk to me except with regards to the kids. On Friday I went over around 10:00. We talked for about 4 hours and then ended up having sex (probably one of the best we've ever had) numerous times and falling asleep together. The next morning she told me I had to leave. I did. Well Saturday night I went back over and the same thing happened. Probably better than the night before. Yesterday morning she told me to…
  • Girlfriend of 2.5 years wants a "break"

    maastricht789
    26 Jan 2015 | 4:27 am
    My 46 year old girlfriend emailed me last Friday wanting a "mental break" I am 53 years old. Is it over? Brief background: Relationship began 2.5 years ago. She had just finalized her divorce after 20 years of marriage. After our 3rd date, I informed her that I was "in divorce" and not divorced. We began slow. She is a VIRGO (demure, quiet, not born in U.S.) .... first kiss occurred 7 weeks after 1st date .... first intimate encounter after 5+ months of dating.... told her I loved her after 7 months. It was an amazing "match"....2 kids same age...same length of…
  • Trying so hard,but.......

    FrancisM
    26 Jan 2015 | 1:00 am
    We're 3 years into our marriage in March and I fear that I believe I'm still married for 3 reasons: 1. Friends and others convince me women are all the same, so there's no point divorcing to find another one. 2. I'm 49 in May and want kids whilst the clock is ticking. 3. I do love her, however we're on a literally constant roller coaster of arguments every 3-7 days, and then enjoying each other's company. Sex is rare however as a combination of us both being very busy, and the arguments, take their toll. My parents endless love and respect for each other, meant that my childhood home was…
  • Nice Date This Weekend

    Baseballmom6
    25 Jan 2015 | 8:37 pm
    Last October, my nephew told me that he wanted to introduce me to someone that he knew. I told him I wasn't interested in dating. He mentioned it again at our family Christmas party in December and I said "still not interested". Last week, he (my nephew) sent me a text that said "If you're not seeing anyone I still want to introduce you to someone. He's a really great guy and I think you would really like him." So I replied that I didn't think I was up to a relationship but I could always use a friend so he could call if he wanted and maybe we could go for coffee to meet.
  • "padsicles"

    kokonatsu
    25 Jan 2015 | 7:52 pm
    so I was stumbling around the internet universe, and saw this blog article: Tall Mom tiny baby: Padsicles - A Carefree Way to Survive Birth - How To Make Padsicles #FreeToMove #shop basically an overnight pad smeared with a layer of aloe vera then another layer of witch hazel to wear after giving birth and I thought, "what the hell is that used for??" I literally have no idea, and the blog wasn't forthcoming with why one would need this. yeah, i know there's lots of discharge after giving birth, but i just don't get this. can someone please explain it?
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  • Do Happy Couples Masturbate?

    jadinbest
    26 Jan 2015 | 12:39 am
    Do Happy Couples Masturbate? “I have an important question about married life, which remains incomprehensible to me, but I am trying to understand,” I Gchatted my childhood friend Vanessa last week. She’s been with her husband for a decade. “When the hell do you masturbate?” If a hobby is an activity pursued for pleasure, then masturbation is perhaps the hobby most of humanity shares. Though the prevalence of masturbation varies by age, most men and women in all age groups say they do it, and the majority of Americans of both genders continue to indulge at least up to age 60. But…
  • "Some of you can read, such know the advantages of it; you who cannot, strive to acquire that knowledge. -- Surely, this knowledge is an object of great importance, were it only for the opportunity it affords of becoming acquainted with that best of books, the Bible. The holy Scriptures of the old and new testament, contain invaluable treasures of instruction, and of comfort..."

    MarcusLutherX
    26 Jan 2015 | 12:22 am
    This was advice given to Negroes by the American Convention of Abolition Societies, considered “friends of the Negroes” who worked for the “abolition of the slave trade and the destruction of slavery.”  Smh @ them referring the slavemaster’s version of the Bible as the “best of books.” Letting go of religions that were forced upon us and reclaiming the religions of our ancestors seems one of the biggest hurdles for African Americans to do… Source: American Convention of Abolition Societies. “Advice Given Negroes A Century Ago.” The…
  • The Marriage Challenge

    bibi2be
    26 Jan 2015 | 12:16 am
    I remember planning my wedding like it was yesterday. I used to sit and dream about what I wanted on
  • To Understand Each Other

    R.H. (Rusty) Foerger
    26 Jan 2015 | 12:13 am
    Full disclosure: I do not always understand another person’s point of view, and, people do not always understand my point of view. In fact I would characterize a large part of 2013 to early 2014 as working through “misunderstanding” with persons with whom we never successfully reached understanding. It is my hypothesis that if we truly understood each other, we’d be able to solve any issues we come to. Unfortunately we didn’t get a chance to test that hypothesis; issues were left unsolved, and I was blamed for the impasse. Nevertheless, I am committed to doing…
  • Building Your Family Foundation: Marriage is the Mortar

    TYC
    26 Jan 2015 | 12:10 am
    by Dr. John Jackson In building a family foundation, the Bible offers clear instruction on marriage, parenting and values. Building Your Family Foundation: Marriage is the Mortar The building of strong families is a central commitment of our church family. We believe that the Bible is God’s guidebook that helps us know His design and intention for life. In building a family foundation,  the Bible offers clear instruction about marriage, parenting, and values. In light of the times in which we live, it would seem that this topic is all the more important But, our concern is not just that…
 
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  • Beware of marital drift

    Corey
    26 Jan 2015 | 6:00 am
    If you’ve been married longer than a couple of years, you’ve likely experienced bouts of marital drift. Times when you both seem disconnected, apart, or simply out of sync. It’s natural that a couple will have ups and downs. Times when things are smooth and connections are deep – and times when they’re exactly the opposite. So how about now? Here’s a short quiz that will help you both discover where you are and give you ideas on what to do about it. In the last month, have you and your spouse: Kissed passionately without making love? Gone out on a date…
  • How To Take Constructive Feedback From Your Spouse, And Not Want To Kill Them

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    21 Jan 2015 | 11:34 am
    This is a post from Elizabeth Davis of RelationshipsAdvice.co. We’ve all been there. One moment you’re sitting together, cuddling and feeling as loved up as you could possibly be. The next moment, you’re screaming at your partner because they mentioned a flaw of yours in a passing comment. It’s not the first time it’s ever happened, and believe me, it won’t be the last. However, there’s a right way and wrong way to take that feedback and criticism. The WRONG way is to scream, shout and even physically attack your spouse; that’s definitely not…
  • 3 Ways to Surprise Your Significant Other

    guest
    19 Jan 2015 | 4:04 am
      Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from John and Wendy of Marriage Rescue Associates. Whether you’ve been together a few months or a few decades, element of surprise in a relationship is always powerful. So to keep things interesting and exciting between you and your significant other, take the initiative to surprise your spouse. Anybody can do dinner and a movie, but to truly wow the one you love, you have to think outside the box. With that in mind, below are three fun ideas for catching your husband or wife off-guard with unexpected affection. With a little strategic…
  • Create a marriage that clicks

    Corey
    14 Jan 2015 | 4:09 am
    Right now, my married life is the best it’s ever been. I guess you could say we are clicking, or in the zone. My wife changed jobs to one that has her working directly with people and seeing the impact of her knowledge as it helps them with their money. I’m creating systems, training and resources to help married people like you improve the your most important relationship. We’ve worked hard to get to where we are. Full disclosure, our married life still includes times of frustration, heartache, and tension between us. What makes this different for us is the ebbs and flows…
  • 12 Ways to Improve Your Marriage in 2015

    guest
    12 Jan 2015 | 4:04 am
    Editor’s Note: This is a post from Rachel Dack of DatingAdvice.com. Relationships and marriages go through many stages, changes and transitions. Similar to planting, watering and caring for seeds, in order for them to blossom into flowers, a marriage calls for constant nurturing and attention. While our relationships bring us great joy, love and comfort, they also require deliberate effort and energy. As all couples experience conflict and face the ups and downs that life brings, how you handle challenges, communicate and treat each other are vital components to healthy relationships.
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  • Miranda Kerr Talks About Circular Dating

    Rori Raye
    22 Jan 2015 | 5:42 pm
    I was just sent this article from Harper’s – an interview with the lovely model, singer, organic cosmetic line mogul, and self-help author Miranda Kerr: http://www.harpersbazaar.com/culture/features/a5460/miranda-kerr-interview-0215/?click=_lpTrnsprtr_ In it – Miranda sounds like me! She (or the interviewer from Harper’s) uses the term “circular dating” this way: “Kerr cites the concept of circular dating: seeing a […] Related posts: Why Circular Dating Is Not A Risk More On Circular Dating Circular Dating When Your Man’s Got Job Problems
  • A Schoolgirl Crush, Or The Real Thing?

    Rori Raye
    20 Jan 2015 | 6:06 am
    Here’s a letter from Alice that may sound very extreme to you – and it’s a common, everyday experience that so many women are having. It may seem like the height of “being taken for a ride.” And yet, to Alice, it feels like love and potential. It feels like “he’s afraid of commitment.” The […] Related posts: Happy It’s Over And More… Strong On the Inside and Soft On the Outside – How it Works When A Man “Opens” With Sex Talk…
  • What Can I Do To Get Him Back?

    Rori Raye
    15 Jan 2015 | 10:18 am
    This is such a powerfully painful letter from Lydia, and just reading it, I feel such a painful pull into old feelings I’ve had in my life of simply…losing myself. To Lydia – this has nothing to do with this man, and all to do with your wanting to put so much of your energy […] Related posts: How A Man Can Change So You Can Fall For HIM!
  • Amazing Articles By Rabbi Shmuley

    Rori Raye
    5 Jan 2015 | 10:46 am
    I came across these articles by Rabbi Shmuley by accident – and instantly felt “GOT.” I have never read anything like this from a man, and am in touch with him to get an interview and help from him around this situation.   Here are the articles: http://www.algemeiner.com/2013/02/18/husbands-who-extinguish-their-wives’-libidos/ and http://www.algemeiner.com/2014/12/16/women-want-to-be-wanted/ Here’s what I wrote to […] Related posts: More About Marriage “Statistics” and “Girls”
  • New Years 2014 – Love Is All There Is

    Rori Raye
    31 Dec 2014 | 6:33 am
    This is my traditional New Year’s post – and I’d love to create something new with your help….Do you have any traditions for the New Year that feel great for you? I’d LOVE to put together a post, or a report that has New Years rituals and traditions – goddess ones, shaman ones – things […] Related posts: For Your Holiday Season 2014 Free Love On Purpose Revolution How To Find Love, Re-Create Love, And Keep Love Forever – Tonight
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  • Online Marketing in 2015: Where Should You Focus?

    7 Jan 2015 | 4:50 pm
    As the New Year begins, now is the perfect time to think about your online marketing strategy for 2015. Don't have a clear focus? Don't worry. We'll point you in the right direction. Let's review some strategies that will make the most impact in the coming year. Email What's old is new again. Email is still the primary way to communicate with your audience. It's fast, simple and mobile friendly. People receive emails everywhere they go. It's the first thing they check in the morning and last thing they read at night. Are we lost in a sea of emails? Perhaps. However, if your emails are short,…
  • 3 Business Card Ideas for Small Business Owners

    7 Jan 2015 | 4:39 pm
    In today’s digital age business cards actually matter more than ever. These cards are physical proof that your business exists – and an important contact reminder for small business growth. The best business cards leave a great first impression and encourage future connections, but many small business owners confuse business cards with advertisements. Don’t make this mistake. If you want a flyer, print a flyer. If you want people to remember how to get in touch with you and build relationships, print a business card. Here are three key ideas for designing great business…
  • Free and Low-Cost Resources To Help Grow Your Business

    7 Jan 2015 | 4:22 pm
    You don't have to go it alone when starting or building your small business — there's plenty of free and low-cost help available. From business plans to mentoring, universities, nonprofits and government agencies offer a wealth of services and ideas to help grow your business. Jump-start your business venture with these resources. Higher Education Universities and community colleges offer online and face-to-face resources to entrepreneurs, including startup services, business-plan templates, management consulting and mentoring. Temple University in Philadelphia provides several free and…
  • Improve Your Rankings with Google's Local Algorithm Update

    7 Jan 2015 | 3:56 pm
    A writer friend was recently preparing a piece on restaurants in California’s Coachella Valley. He Googled “Pizza restaurants Palm Desert.” The top three results were locally owned pizza parlors. He had to click on “more restaurants” before he got a list that included the local outlets of big national brands. In fact, Domino’s was pushed down to the number eight spot on the list. Favoring locally owned businesses over the outlets of national brands seems to be one of big improvements from Google’s recent update to the local search algorithm. The game…
  • 3 Ways to Attract Visitors to Your Website For Free

    7 Jan 2015 | 2:48 pm
    You want to attract visitors to your website but lack the budget for paid advertising. Fortunately, there are some free techniques you can use to bring new visitors to your site. 1. Guest posts on relevant blogs Do you write well and have interesting things to say about your industry, speciality or market? You could publish your insights on a blog of your own, but you might get better mileage out of the content if you contribute to reputable blogs that your target audience visits. You can include a backlink or two in the body of the post, as well as a link to your site in the…
 
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  • The #1 Thing You Need For A Happy Marriage (Hint: It's Not Love)

    divanyoung
    26 Jan 2015 | 6:00 am
    It's difficult to find your personal purpose in a committed relationship if you and your partner aren't communicating properly. Asking yourself, and your partner, these 15 questions will help boost your search for a shared, and personal, purpose in your relationship. Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post:  Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post read more
  • 5 Things I Wish I Knew About Beauty And Self Love In High School

    sababok
    25 Jan 2015 | 5:11 pm
    I've learned a lot since I occupied the hallowed halls of high school—as I should've since I'm forking out a pretty penny for college tuition, but I've also learned a lot more about beauty. And I've realized 5 of the MAJOR beauty mistakes I made in high school. Can you relate? Here they are! Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post:  Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post read more
  • Hello, Sexy! 5 Positive Lifestyle Changes That Make You Hotter

    davidwygant
    25 Jan 2015 | 10:20 am
    So you're having trouble meeting somebody. Why? It's all about who you are attracting and the lifestyle you lead. Here are five positive lifestyle changes that will make you INSTANTLY more attractive to the opposite sex. Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post:  Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post read more
  • Do You Love With Passión Like The Spaniards? Find Out!

    sarah
    25 Jan 2015 | 10:16 am
    There are six types of love: Eros, Pragma, Banquet, Mania, Ludus and Storge. Spaniards want passionate, lustful love. Which do you prefer? Find out! Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post:  Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post read more
  • Are Wealth, Health And Semen The 3 Keys To Happiness?

    tom
    25 Jan 2015 | 10:11 am
    People who make more money are happier. So are people who are in good heath. But engaged people are the happiest of all. You know what else, unsurprisingly, makes people really happy? Unprotected sex. Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post:  Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post read more
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  • GREAT SPELL CASTER THAT BRING BACK MY EX HUSBAND

    25 Jan 2015 | 3:10 am
    New Answer - It's unbelievable how fortunate I feel after finding your website. For the past 6 months, I have been so depressed after losing my husband to another woman. My money situation worsened so much that I thought I'd have to file for bankruptcy. I had a huge amount of debt and I didn't know what to do. Out of complete and total desperation, I contacted many of those so-called individuals who promised powerful magic, witchcraft or black magic. None of them worked and none were as wonderful, affectionate and warm as Dr Marvel has been. He is definitely different from the others and I…
  • How can i get back my ex lover, contact prophetijeja@yahoo.com for help today thanks.

    22 Jan 2015 | 9:49 am
    New Question - My name is Helen,I saw different comments of people on this blogg, that's why I want to use this great opportunity to Testify how the Great prophet saved my marriage, I'm from California. I want to use this opportunity to thank the great Prophet Ijeja the Great who really made my life a pleasurable one today. This great man IJEJA brought my husband back to me after 6years of breakup in our marriage, and i already had 3 lovely kids for my husband, before he left me for another lady, because she charmed him In 2007 some years ago i and my husband has been into one quarrel and…
  • Dr. Wakina has been tasted and trusted by many

    22 Jan 2015 | 6:38 am
    New Answer - Twila Adam: This is a special thank you message that I have been avoiding to share in public because I was ashamed to expose my affairs to the public, but I realized the promise I made to dr. wakina to prove to me why people talks more about him if he is real and I will comment about him? I told Dr. Wakina that he should show me his true power and he agreed to help me after he finished consulting his Oracle and came up with positive result. This great doctor started this work and finally proved his powers to me when my Ex came back 2days after the spell, begging and pleading for…
  • THIS SPELL CASTER BROUGHT BACK MY HUSBAND AFTER A DIVORCE.

    22 Jan 2015 | 4:56 am
    New Opinion - Yay!! you cannot believe what this spell caster Lord Shinnok just did for me!!! Was this all a magic?? "This is totally a Christmas miracle for me lol" My mouth are short of words. “I got a divorce from my husband when I was six months pregnant with my second child. We had only been married for a short time and had another child who was 1 year old. We had been arguing and quarreling nonstop since the day our first child was conceived, no love nor trust from him anymore so he divorced. And all these whiles, I have been trying all different means to get him back, I also tried…
  • THIS SPELL CASTER BROUGHT BACK MY HUSBAND AFTER A DIVORCE.

    22 Jan 2015 | 4:52 am
    New Answer - Yay!! you cannot believe what this spell caster Lord Shinnok just did for me!!! Was this all a magic?? "This is totally a Christmas miracle for me lol" My mouth are short of words. “I got a divorce from my husband when I was six months pregnant with my second child. We had only been married for a short time and had another child who was 1 year old. We had been arguing and quarreling nonstop since the day our first child was conceived, no love nor trust from him anymore so he divorced. And all these whiles, I have been trying all different means to get him back, I also tried…
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    BlackandMarriedWithKids.com

  • My Untold Story: 3 Ways to Break the Cycle of Unhealthy Relationships in Your Family

    Ronnie Tyler
    26 Jan 2015 | 3:00 am
    This is part of a sponsored campaign with Wells Fargo®. All opinions are my own. In the work that I do here on BMWK, I often come across people that say they don’t know any happily married couples, or they don’t know any married couples at all. They’re so disheartened by the unhealthy relationships they’ve Keep Reading →
  • Let It Go: 6 Action Steps You Can Take to Help You “Let it Go”

    Deborah L. Mills
    26 Jan 2015 | 3:00 am
    Let it go. That’s where I’m at. How about you? Let it go. The things that are not in my control, the things that are not mine to make a decision on, LET IT GO. So much time, effort, and energy are spent on things we have no control over. It can weigh you down, Keep Reading →
  • Which Pet Peeves Should You Actually Discuss in Marriage?

    Tiya Cunningham-Sumter
    26 Jan 2015 | 3:00 am
    Effective communication eliminates confusion, brings clarity to disagreements and is needed to create relationship solutions. The better a couple is at communicating, the stronger their partnership will be. Sharing what’s bothering you, your goals for the relationship and what you need in order to feel loved, are all necessary conversations to be had. As a Keep Reading →
  • Money Monday: How to Organize Your Finances for Your Best Money Year Ever

    Alonzo Peters
    26 Jan 2015 | 3:00 am
    A disorganized financial life can spell disaster. But with a little effort, you can gain control of your money and start building a rewarding financial future. Start with these simple tasks. Create a bill paying system To avoid late fees and to understand exactly where your money is going, create a bill paying system. You Keep Reading →
  • Recipe: Easy Ranch Fried Wings

    Ashley Marshall
    26 Jan 2015 | 3:00 am
     Are you planning on hosting an awesome Game Day party for Super Bowl Sunday?! It’s right around the corner, and these Easy Ranch Fried Wings will be a winner with your guests. They are very simple and easy to make, but taste delicious. With only a few ingredients you can make your wings full of Keep Reading →
 
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    Lovepanky | Your Guide to Better Love and Relationships

  • 18 Undeniable Signs that You Have Found “The One”

    Lovepanky
    25 Jan 2015 | 10:00 am
    All these movies and series are always going on about finding “The One,” but how can you be sure you’ve found yours? Here are 18 ways to find out! By Lianne Choo They say that love at first sight belongs in cheesy love songs, chick flicks and racy novels. In today’s day and age that plays host to skyrocketing divorce rates, fast paced lifestyles and predominantly online human communication, it’s far better to take a closer look. In fact, many experts agree that it is the smart thing to do. According to a blog piece published on The Economist, “Love at first sight exists, but it is…
  • 30 Foolproof Pickup Lines & 10 You Should Never Use

    Lovepanky
    24 Jan 2015 | 9:49 am
    Have you been using all the wrong pickup lines on ladies you meet? Here are 30 of the most adorable ones that are sure to get any girl’s attention! By Minot Pettinato-Little Pickup lines are notoriously associated with college guys and drunken bar-boys trying to chat up a woman. And they often come off as eye-roll inducing or overtly sexist. In fact, you can bet your bottom dollar that anything sexual or overtly cheesy is going to have your woman rolling her eyes and laughing to her girlfriends about you later. However, there are a few exceptions to the rules. Flirting with chat-up lines…
  • Suddenly Single? – 11 Things You Have to Avoid Doing!

    Lovepanky
    23 Jan 2015 | 5:36 am
    While your heartbreak is still fresh, you may be tempted to do things that will just make things worse. Here are some of the things you should avoid. By Michelle Escultura After the drama, the tears and the pain of a breakup, you may oftentimes see yourself in that numbing slump. Being single may start to feel new and almost alien to you. The “us” has been reduced to just “me,” and it can sometimes be very hard to deal with. The typical picture of a person who is suddenly single is usually a person eating spoonfuls of ice cream while watching a sad movie or downing his tenth beer in a…
  • 12 Awkward Questions Girls Wish They Could Ask Guys

    Lovepanky
    22 Jan 2015 | 10:32 am
    Behind her demure exterior and soft-spoken grace, the typical woman has tons of questions she wishes she could ask you. Find out what they are! By Danielle Anne Suleik It’s understandable that relationships require two people to learn as much as they can about each other. It helps you get to know the person you’re seeing better, and they can learn about you as well. After the preliminary queries like career options, goals and plans for the future, a girl still has a few questions that can’t be discussed in the initial stages of the relationship. Some of these questions can be…
  • 7 Reasons Why Some Women Hate Their Vibrators

    Lovepanky
    21 Jan 2015 | 6:55 am
    Vibrators are pleasurable little gems of technology that most women adore. But did you know that there are reasons why women absolutely hate them? By Minot Pettinato-Little In today’s sexually liberal age, it’s almost impossible to find a woman who isn’t raving about the thrills of owning a vibrator. From college onward, women have been in the practice of both hiding, and benefiting from their sex toys. Reviews and comments are scrawled across the internet of women naming their vibrators and calling them their better-than-sex “new boyfriend”. Women gush about their quality time…
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    Lisa M Hayes

  • Why Not Taking Care of Myself is Lazy and Selfish

    lisa
    22 Jan 2015 | 2:16 pm
    By:  Lisa Hayes I don’t know how to explain how much effort it takes to keep me upright and moving forward this time of year. For a girl who clearly suffers from Seasonal Affective Disorder, Washington State is a rough place to be in the Winter months. I know I should probably change my story about how I fair in the winter months, and some years I do better. However, generally the winters I do well involve quite a bit of travel, and for reasons out of anyone’s control, there has been no travel this winter. So, without elaborating too much, I’ll just say, I’m more than a little…
  • Why Planning for the Worst Case Scenario Might Prevent It

    lisa
    13 Jan 2015 | 8:30 pm
    By:  Lisa Hayes I’m a relationship coach.  It’s not uncommon for me to get a new clients who’s goal for coaching is to save a failing relationship.  They will come to the calls, eager and willing to do just about anything to fix what seems broken at home.  So imagine their surprise when the thing I ask them to do first is to create an exit plan.  I’ll just tell you, it’s usually met first with some silence and then a healthy dose of resistance.  The resistance isn’t all the surprising considering they just hired a relationship coach to help them save the relationship.  If I…
  • Why Not You??

    lisa
    31 Dec 2014 | 9:02 am
    By:  Lisa Hayes In the next few hours most people will make a resolution, set an intention, choose a theme, or make a plan for something new.  And the hard cold truth of the matter is in the next three weeks most of those people will break that resolution, forget their intention, morph their theme into a weak wish, or give up on their plan by ignoring it all together.  By the time this new year turns into an old year, most people will try to forget they wanted something more so they aren’t disappointed by their failure. But some people will rally their will, summon forces they didn’t…
  • Top Ten Ways to Know if He’s The One

    lisa
    9 Dec 2014 | 2:03 pm
    By:  Lisa Hayes It’s a very popular Google search,  “How do I know if he’s the one?”  The thing about finding the one is when it happens you probably aren’t Google searching for the answer.  You just know.  The bottom line is you can’t find the one until you’ve found yourself.  When you are living your most attractive life it’s going to put you in a place to attract the love you’re looking for .  The vast majority of the time people think finding the one is about the other person.  The reality is it’s always an inside job.
  • The Experts Series – Oh no the holidays… where’s that camera guide?

    lisa
    8 Dec 2014 | 12:36 pm
    This is the first is a series of posts by experts about stuff I find useful and hopefully you will too.  Ken Pivak is my favorite photographer.  This man photographs some of the most beautiful people on the planet and has a way with finding the most extraordinary beauty anywhere.  He’s a genius artist, his tool is his camera, and the world is his canvass.  He inspires me to take better photographs of the moments that will become my memories.  Check out his work.  I know you’ll be inspired too. _________________________________________________________________ Every holiday…
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    Behavior and Relationship

  • Terms and How To Create a New Passport

    behaviorrelationship
    26 Jan 2015 | 1:44 am
    Welcome to my writing this, I just scribble on my journey. Let those of you want to make a biro jasa paspor would not hurt to read my scribbles. before we go any further it helps us know the basic meaning of the passport especially Indonesian passport. Passport is: Indonesian passport is a document issued by the state government of the Republic of Indonesia for those of you who want to travel between countries. Passport which contains your identity and the validity period should have identification name only. Terms Anything Needed In Making Passport? Actually in making passport is not…
  • How to get rid of cellulite fast- Share it

    behaviorrelationship
    25 Jan 2015 | 8:49 pm
    I just do not such as words ‘diet regimen’! It not simply leaves a bad preference in my mouth, yet it truly gives us incorrect hopes regarding accomplishing the healthy, smooth and strong body that we so wish. Whether my clients are trying to get eliminate cellulite, drop weight, shed inches, lesser their cholesterol levels or just do away with their additional ‘fluff’ on their tummy, hips and also thighs … diet plan is not part of our vocabulary.How to get rid of cellulite fast ? whenever we think we have to go on a diet, our self-discipline to remain on one…
  • In Typical Fashion Indonesia Turns Out Cool!

    behaviorrelationship
    20 Jan 2015 | 12:57 am
    WeddingGoesTraditional Tired ofdongifwearingkebayaas just a regularstraightclothonly.Yes, now you canmengombinasikannyaas a wedding dressWhether it’sshapedballgown,baju muslim syar’i finsor othermermaidsCombiningWestern culturewithbatikandkebayawas able to producea moreuniquecreations OfficialStyle Batikis also verysuitableoutfittowear tothe Officelho.Youcan also makethe designmore flexible andsoas you want.Noneed to addtoo manyaccessories,becausethis classicfashionstraightlookgraceful. TraditionalGoesUnique Well,for the lovers offashion, the ideathatthis onecould bethe right…
  • The Benefits Of Adding A Wall Inside The House Plants

    behaviorrelationship
    20 Jan 2015 | 12:48 am
    The plantwallsthistime theArticlewill beabout“thewalllive”calledso becauseitis agarden ofplants thatpresentverticallyon a wallinsideoroutsidethe home.Unlikeits applicationoutside the Housethewalls of theplantshould beplaced inthe brightestpart of theareawhich allowssunlightintothe room.This is tosupport thegrowth of theplantsthemselves. The Benefits OfVerticalWallInPlantsHome Applyingwallplantsmainlyin the Houseis verybeneficial for youIn addition toadding tothe beauty ofthe interior of the House, plantwallscan alsomaintainenvironmental sustainabilityenergy savingand beneficialto…
  • Instant Acceptance For Payday Loan You have most likely seen a lot of commercials

    behaviorrelationship
    19 Jan 2015 | 6:38 am
    that continuously promote payday financial loans. These types of loans are extremely easy to get particularly because they do not require any credit score checks. So irrespective of whether or not you have poor credit score or great credit, they will give you a loan in the quantity that you want. All you need is a spend stub, and some fundamental information about your examining account. Nevertheless what numerous people fall short to understand is that you can still finish up creating your self more debt. The entire concept powering these payday loans is that you promise to pay them back…
 
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    Passive Aggressive Husband

  • How can abusers really change?

    Nora Femenia
    21 Jan 2015 | 5:17 pm
    Did You Ask: Can Abusers Really Change? I got thinking about real change and how we can be sure that it is really happening when reading this comment in my last post: “I agree my husband is a product of childhood anger not being release the right way, or should I say dealt with. And for years being married to him he has taken it out on me and the children. He is in counseling but I don’t think he tells his counselor the whole truth about things.  He never did with me, he said he wants to change but I still don’t believe it.” This person is really focusing on his…
  • Hidden roots of passive aggressive anger

    Nora Femenia
    18 Jan 2015 | 2:59 pm
    The roots of passive aggressive anger are hidden in our early childhood. I tend to do a lot of internet research…perhaps too much. Of my results, I find that I can agree with very little of what is posted out there. Why is this? because most of the postings tend to make of a little piece of information a big foundational stone for all further developments. So we build this mountain based on a false premise, and the whole recommendation fails. Here is an example, where you can see the whole package:   “Anger is a natural feeling that when left unchecked can permeate a person’s…
  • The Four Relationship Killers: do you know them?

    Nora Femenia
    4 Jan 2015 | 9:17 pm
    The Four Relationship Killers —  Relationship problems are common…And sometimes you have them over and over and over. Now there is a lot of good research on relationship pathologies. So who can provide answers to relationship challenges? Dr. John Gottman is an established researcher who offer his expertise in the area of couple communication. You might remember him as the researcher in Malcolm Gladwell’s Blink who, after just a few minutes, could predict whether a couple would end up divorced. John is a professor emeritus at the University of Washington and co-founder of the…
  • Wishing you a healing holiday season!

    admin
    23 Dec 2014 | 3:02 pm
      In special days, you remember your connections…Here is our best wish for peace and good company! The post Wishing you a healing holiday season! appeared first on Passive Aggressive Husband.
  • Would you see your passive aggressive husband as a lost child?

    admin
    16 Dec 2014 | 10:41 am
    Could You See Your Passive Aggressive Husband As a Lost Child? TODAY, I just want to share this message about any passive aggressive husband. I’m taking the bold step of describing him as an emotional cripple, a “lost child” who never can believe he is good enough for you… Please, allow me this comment, so different from the individualistic view: “He is PA and I’m a victim…” In the spirit of Xmas, and to empower you with the ability to change HIS self perception, I’m offering this plan. Thanks to the kind reader who posted, I’m using…
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    The Gaggle

  • The League – An Elitist Dating App That Can’t Admit It’s Elitist

    Heather Sundell
    23 Jan 2015 | 3:58 pm
    “Amanda Bradford doesn’t think her dating app, The League, is elitist. She prefers the word “curated,” the same way Ivy League schools and top employers select only the best candidates,” explains Business Insider. Umm… girl, let’s not use euphemisms. It’s elitist. This is some straight up sorority girl booshit that just got $2.1 million in funding. It’s for a good cause though guys, “Ultimately, Bradford wants to match tons of power couples.” And, isn’t that what the free world needs, more power couples? I just wish…
  • (Possible) Keys to a Long, Happy Relationship

    Mike Falzone
    23 Jan 2015 | 7:30 am
    As it is with most good things in life, there aren’t shortcuts to finding happy, long-lasting, relationship-type love. But this advice might help you along the way. The post (Possible) Keys to a Long, Happy Relationship appeared first on The Gaggle.
  • Best Lady Tweets!

    Almie Rose
    22 Jan 2015 | 9:30 am
    Welcome back to Best Lady Tweets! I’ve been feeling down and out this week, but nothing helps pick me up like a funny tweet. So here are some funny and great tweets from some ladies on Twitter, to lift your spirits, too. Enjoy! 10. BEER IS GLUTEN?!?!?!? *does the sign of the cross* *dies* — Gaby Dunn (@gabydunn) January 22, 2015   9. if you wonder why some celebrities are out of touch, you would be too if you tweeted the word “tomatoes” & it got 50 million RTs — Aparna Nancherla (@aparnapkin) January 21, 2015   8. Maybe our country would start paying…
  • Talking to Boys In Bars

    Heather Sundell
    21 Jan 2015 | 5:00 am
    “What do you do?” “I’m a waitress,” I say to the boy who just bought me a Corona. I’m in Beauty Bar on Cahuenga Blvd, in Hollywood. “A waitress? Where?” “California Pizza Kitchen,” I reply without batting an eye. “Oh. That’s…cool. How do you guys know each other?” He asked gesturing his beer bottle between my best friend and I. “We went to college together.” “Oh yeah? Where?” “USC,” I tell him, because it’s true. “Really? And you’re a waitress?” No, I wasn’t really a waitress at CPK. I had lied because I was 22 years old and lying to…
  • Have You Sabotaged A Relationship Due To This One Thing?

    Almie Rose
    20 Jan 2015 | 12:46 pm
    I’m really good at sabotaging relationships. I wish I wasn’t, but I guess it’s just how I’m wired. Usually it’s because I overthink it, but there are many ways to sabotage a relationship, all of which I’m equally gifted in — except for one, and that is, the art of pulling away when you feel you’re getting too close. Perhaps you’ve experienced it. Psychology Today reported on this way that people close themselves off in relationships, thus self-sabotaging themselves: I can’t tell you how many people pull back the moment things get close.
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    Marriage Confessions | Marriage Confessions

  • AstroTurf, Lawn Chairs, and Tiki Torches…

    Katie
    25 Jan 2015 | 4:56 pm
    One night last week, Chris came into the kitchen while I was cooking dinner and announced that he had a great idea for a family activity. This, by the way, is a minor miracle because Chris NEVER comes up with our family activities. (I say that with love…) He usually complains, in fact, when I come up with something for us to do as a family. He has a good time when we get there, but coming up with something for us to do is always a battle. It’s not that he doesn’t want to be with the family, but he would rather the family spend time together at home. Every weekend. Watching…
  • Stitch Fix #1

    Katie
    21 Jan 2015 | 5:36 pm
    MY STITCH FIX CAME!  MY STITCH FIX CAME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Do you know what Stitch Fix is?  Because I wasn’t sure about it until I did it.  Stitch Fix is a personal shopping website.  You go online and sign up, telling them all about your body type, size, style preferences, and even a little bit about you so they know who they are shopping for.  Next, you sign up for how often you want to receive a shipment.  I chose once every other month because it is a little pricey for my budget, but I figured I could splurge every other month without breaking the bank (…or…
  • Long Weekends, Happy Hearts

    Katie
    19 Jan 2015 | 5:35 pm
    Friday was a teacher planning day for me.  I originally planned to send the kids to our daycare because they offer an extended day program on days when the public schools are closed.  But Bean has figured out that if HE doesn’t have school, then I don’t have school either.  So, he was like, “Can’t I just come with you?” And then when Gracie squeaked out, “Me, too?” Well, how could I say no? So, Friday, we ran some errands and worked in my classroom together.  And it was way better than doing all those things by myself. We spent the weekend close…
  • The Voices Inside My Teacher Brain

    Katie
    14 Jan 2015 | 4:04 pm
    Sometimes when I tell people that I am a middle school teacher, they give me these horrified looks and say something like, “Are you INSANE?”  And I usually just laugh and say something like, “I know, I know.  But it’s easier to teach them than to raise them…” or something generic like that. Coming back after a two-week winter break, though, I’ve been asking myself that same question this week.  ARE YOU INSANE?!?! My dad used to say that raising girls was like being pecked to death slowly by ducks.  I’m beginning to think teaching middle…
  • Remix: A Laugh A Day

    Katie
    13 Jan 2015 | 4:46 am
    Last night, I was browsing through old blog posts from way back when Bean was born because he has been a total turd this week and I wanted to be reminded of a time when he was soft and squishy and didn’t know the phrase, “I already know that, MOM.”  Five-year-olds are such know-it-alls. Anyway, I came across this post about my friend, Emily, and I almost wet my pants.  I laughed so hard I gave myself a headache.  I can still remember this phone call like it was yesterday.  It was too funny not to share. So, here is a throwback post to October 9, 2009.  Hope you wet your…
 
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    Engaged Marriage

  • Do You Like Your Spouse?

    E.J. Smith
    26 Jan 2015 | 4:00 am
    A few years ago, I had the opportunity to attend a conference where the keynote speaker was, Mary Ellen O’Toole, a former criminal investigator and FBI agent from the Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU).Yes, fellow Criminal Minds fans, it is actually a real unit.Although she was there to speak about criminals and the personalities that often accompany those who would seek to do us harm, she offered an anecdote about marriage that stuck with me. Essentially, she said that by our early 30’s, the personality has formed.While there are some who would argue that change is always possible, Mary…
  • The Real Secret to a Happy Marriage…and 2 More Marriage Myths Debunked

    Dustin
    21 Jan 2015 | 6:25 pm
    From the minute a couple gets engaged (and sometimes before), they start hearing marriage myths. Well-meaning or not, people often give advice that simply isn’t true — whether because of their own experience or because of what others have said to them. But for couples that are trying to make sense of it all, the conflicting counsel can be confusing. So with that in mind, here’s a look at three false marriage clichés. If someone tells you one of these things is true, think twice before you believe it. Myth #1 – To Have a Happy Marriage, Live Together First Conventional wisdom…
  • Do You Want Better Sexual Intimacy in 2015?

    Julie Sibert
    19 Jan 2015 | 10:46 am
      I used to be a New Year’s Resolution junkie. I mean, I was hard core. I loved the idea of fresh starts and new beginnings and embracing optimism to its fullest. Honestly, I’m still a little bit that way. But I’m less enthralled with the “thinking” about resolutions and much more focused on the actual “doing.” And the older I get, I am most conscientious of healthy “doing” in my relationships, particularly my marriage and with other people who are closest to me. My husband and I had dinner the other night with a friend whose husband…
  • The Role Kindness Plays In Romance

    Debi Walter
    12 Jan 2015 | 4:00 am
    I’ve noticed lately, especially when driving around Orlando, that kindness on the road is greatly lacking. What happened to those who used to let you in when you were trying to merge onto a busy highway? Or when you slow down to let another car merge into your lane, what has happened to the wave of the hand to say, “Thanks!” I’ve noticed many times after parking my car at Costco and walking towards the entrance, I’m nearly hit by a rude driver not willing to stop and let me cross the road in front of them. Or when I’m the driver and have stopped to let…
  • The Opportunity Cost of Your Job: Live with it or leave it?

    Kim Hall
    5 Jan 2015 | 4:00 am
    The hours you have available to work represent a fertile field of opportunity to grow in skills, obtain wealth, gather knowledge, gain power and prestige, form strong personal and professional relationships, and to live with a true sense of purpose and satisfaction. How and where you choose to spend those hours determines the Opportunity Cost of your job. Think of it in terms of how you choose to spend your money, except your currency is the time you offer in exchange for your labor. Once you spend your money—your work hours—it isn’t available to spend elsewhere. The question…
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    The Generous Husband

  • Stop the Marriage, I Want to get Off

    The Generous Husband
    26 Jan 2015 | 12:01 am
    Does your marriage have perceptible cycles? You do A, then she does B, C, D and E in order.   A few problems come up over and over, in the same order. She has a cycle of things she complains about, one after the other, repeatedly. Everything is good in some area of your marriage for a few weeks, then for no apparent reason it becomes a problem. A couple of weeks later, for no discernible reason, it’s okay again. Rinse and repeat. If you have things like this in your marriage, you could write out a near perfect time line or sequence. You understand the cycle all too well, but you find…
  • A Future Not Written by Your Past

    The Generous Husband
    25 Jan 2015 | 12:01 am
    If you have problems with your wife, you have marriage problems, right? Maybe not. In fact, I’d say the odds are the problems are not about your marriage. I think most couple’s problems have little to do with their marriage, and a great deal to do with their pasts. If a wife is generally selfish, she will be selfish in her marriage, and probably in her marriage bed. If a man is generally bossy, he will be bossy with your wife, and likely bossy about sex. Thing is, she was selfish before she got married, and he was bossy before he got married. The problem is not about the…
  • Sex Gets Better for Her

    The Generous Husband
    24 Jan 2015 | 12:01 am
    Last Sunday I linked to the results of our survey on how good sex lives were in 2014. Looking at the responses of women based on how long they had been married showed something interesting. Very few women married less than 15 years said 2014 was the best year ever sexually. However, from 15 years on most women said last year was the best ever. And, all but one of the women who said last year was the worst ever were married less than a decade.  For most women, sex is iffy for the first decade of marriage. Then it starts to get better. By fifteen years of marriage, it is good and getting…
  • Friday Flashback: Hormones of Horror

    The Generous Husband
    23 Jan 2015 | 12:01 am
    I’ve had it easy as far as wifely hormones goes. Over all Lori has had mild PMS and menopausal symptoms. However, I’ve seen the extremes; a girlfriend and a few female friends when I was in high school showed me how bad it can be. I also know some women are hit hard by the hormonal changes accompanying moving from fertile to non-fertile. First and foremost, I want you to accept the reality hormones are literally able to rewrite thoughts and emotions. Do you recall puberty, when a glimpse of a female body, or a stray thought of a girl, resulted in an erection you didn’t…
  • Baby Steps and Small Beginnings

    The Generous Husband
    22 Jan 2015 | 12:01 am
    My wonderful wife is a big fan of baby steps – small efforts working towards a big goal. Some amazing things come from small beginnings. Two of the biggest companies in the world, Apple Inc. and Microsoft, were started by college dropouts with nothing more than a few dollars and a couple of friends. This is nothing new – Amazon, Disney, Google, Harley Davidson, Mattel, and many other major companies literally started in a garage. What makes small beginnings become something awesome is sticking with it. A baby step here and another over there won’t do it. A few today…
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    Nashville Marriage Studio

  • “My MIL hates me!” #FightsWeHave

    Marie Oates
    21 Jan 2015 | 9:24 am
    On this episode of The Fights We Have we’re talking about a biggie: In-Laws Find out how our couple, Brad and Angie, can find a solution and connection on a VERY touchy topic using the Iceberg/Glacier Fight Breakdown! Share
  • Bring Back the Art of the Love Note

    Marie Oates
    19 Jan 2015 | 10:34 am
    Super excited about this event with paperKuts studio! We are going to explore the lost art of a handwritten note, and how introducing this art back into your marriage can be just what your love life needs. When Kim called me to talk about the idea I immediately thought of John Wooden, former head coach of UCLA’s basketball team. This man is amazing in a million ways, but I would argue the love he had for his wife, Nellie, was his greatest legacy. She died 25 years before him and every month after her death he wrote her a love letter: On Tuesday the best man I know will do what he…
  • “We can’t agree on money!” #FightsWeHave

    Marie Oates
    14 Jan 2015 | 9:06 am
    There are 2 kinds of marriage advice in this world: Marriage is amazeballs and it’s Valentine’s Day all day, every day at your house. He has cheated on you 42 times and you want to know if you should leave. There seems to be very little advice for those of us in the middle, in the real world. So I’m going to start showing you how to walk through the boring, not-a-big-deal-but-totally-a-big-deal fights that married couples have using the Glacier Fight Breakdown. Because the sooner you can figure out what you’re REALLY fighting about the better. In this episode…
 
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    Engaged Marriage

  • Do You Like Your Spouse?

    E.J. Smith
    26 Jan 2015 | 4:00 am
    A few years ago, I had the opportunity to attend a conference where the keynote speaker was, Mary Ellen O’Toole, a former criminal investigator and FBI agent from the Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU).Yes, fellow Criminal Minds fans, it is actually a real unit.Although she was there to speak about criminals and the personalities that often accompany those who would seek to do us harm, she offered an anecdote about marriage that stuck with me. Essentially, she said that by our early 30’s, the personality has formed.While there are some who would argue that change is always possible, Mary…
  • The Real Secret to a Happy Marriage…and 2 More Marriage Myths Debunked

    Dustin
    21 Jan 2015 | 6:25 pm
    From the minute a couple gets engaged (and sometimes before), they start hearing marriage myths. Well-meaning or not, people often give advice that simply isn’t true — whether because of their own experience or because of what others have said to them. But for couples that are trying to make sense of it all, the conflicting counsel can be confusing. So with that in mind, here’s a look at three false marriage clichés. If someone tells you one of these things is true, think twice before you believe it. Myth #1 – To Have a Happy Marriage, Live Together First Conventional wisdom…
  • Do You Want Better Sexual Intimacy in 2015?

    Julie Sibert
    19 Jan 2015 | 10:46 am
      I used to be a New Year’s Resolution junkie. I mean, I was hard core. I loved the idea of fresh starts and new beginnings and embracing optimism to its fullest. Honestly, I’m still a little bit that way. But I’m less enthralled with the “thinking” about resolutions and much more focused on the actual “doing.” And the older I get, I am most conscientious of healthy “doing” in my relationships, particularly my marriage and with other people who are closest to me. My husband and I had dinner the other night with a friend whose husband…
  • The Role Kindness Plays In Romance

    Debi Walter
    12 Jan 2015 | 4:00 am
    I’ve noticed lately, especially when driving around Orlando, that kindness on the road is greatly lacking. What happened to those who used to let you in when you were trying to merge onto a busy highway? Or when you slow down to let another car merge into your lane, what has happened to the wave of the hand to say, “Thanks!” I’ve noticed many times after parking my car at Costco and walking towards the entrance, I’m nearly hit by a rude driver not willing to stop and let me cross the road in front of them. Or when I’m the driver and have stopped to let…
  • The Opportunity Cost of Your Job: Live with it or leave it?

    Kim Hall
    5 Jan 2015 | 4:00 am
    The hours you have available to work represent a fertile field of opportunity to grow in skills, obtain wealth, gather knowledge, gain power and prestige, form strong personal and professional relationships, and to live with a true sense of purpose and satisfaction. How and where you choose to spend those hours determines the Opportunity Cost of your job. Think of it in terms of how you choose to spend your money, except your currency is the time you offer in exchange for your labor. Once you spend your money—your work hours—it isn’t available to spend elsewhere. The question…
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    Stupendous Marriage

  • Stupendous Again: Losing Interest In Your Spouse

    stu@stugray.com (Stu Gray - Marriage Educator, Relationship Coach, Blogger and Podcaster)
    23 Jan 2015 | 12:03 am
    Stupendous Again: Losing interest in your spouse, and more! Download | iTunes | Stitcher   On the Show Today: Hop over to the new Stupendous Community on Facebook What My Parents have Learned from 40 years of Marriage C.S. Lewis’ The Four Loves (aff link) Michael Hyatt’s What Really Keeps a Marriage Together? The 2nd part of our interview with Paul and Lori Byerly from TheMarriageBed and The Generous Husband and The Generous Wife. The American Association of Christian Counselors   THE SHOW ISN’T COMPLETE WITHOUT YOU Send us Your Questions via Email Send us a…
  • Stupendous Again: A Grace Filled Marriage

    stu@stugray.com (Stu Gray - Marriage Educator, Relationship Coach, Blogger and Podcaster)
    16 Jan 2015 | 12:48 am
    This Stupendous Marriage Show rebroadcast features author Tim Kimmel, and his book – “Grace Filled Marriage”! Download | iTunes | Stitcher On the Show Today: Talking about Grace Filled Marriage with Dr. Tim Kimmel Relationship quote from Grace Filled Marriage: …just as your marriage has a personality, God’s grace has a personality. You know when your’re around grace. When you breathe it in from the person closest to you, your spirit tends to smile. Grace makes people feel more confident, more inclined to contribute to the direction your’re mutually…
  • 129 – Inlaws and Boundaries

    stu@stugray.com (Stu Gray - Marriage Educator, Relationship Coach, Blogger and Podcaster)
    9 Jan 2015 | 12:51 am
    Talking Inlaws and Boundaries on Todays Show! Download | iTunes | Stitcher   On the Show Today: Hop over to the new Stupendous Community on Facebook   Segment 1 “How do you deal with an in-law that doesn’t like you?“ More Reading on the Subject: When the Inlaws don’t accept you In Law Relationships Segment 2 My husband won’t get a job – he thinks its ‘below him’. More Reading on the subject: My Husband is Lazy and Won’t get a Job!   THE SHOW ISN’T COMPLETE WITHOUT YOU Send us Your Questions via Email Send us a Tweet…
  • 128 – Merry Christmas from Stupendous Marriage

    stu@stugray.com (Stu Gray - Marriage Educator, Relationship Coach, Blogger and Podcaster)
    19 Dec 2014 | 12:07 am
    Merry Christmas from Stupendous Marriage!! Download | iTunes | Stitcher   On the Show Today: Merry Christmas from Stu Lisa and Dean!   THE SHOW ISN’T COMPLETE WITHOUT YOU Send us Your Questions via Email Send us a Tweet With Your Question!   Love the show? Take a minute to comment and Rate us on iTunes! THANKS! Subscribe:    Photo credit: pixabay The post 128 – Merry Christmas from Stupendous Marriage appeared first on Stupendous Marriage.
  • 127 – Hope in Difficult Times

    stu@stugray.com (Stu Gray - Marriage Educator, Relationship Coach, Blogger and Podcaster)
    12 Dec 2014 | 12:16 am
    Yes – There is always hope in difficult times in your marriage! Download | iTunes | Stitcher   On the Show Today: Hop over to the new Stupendous Community on Facebook Segment 1: ‘Immigration reform has caused issues in our marriage’     Segment 2: ‘My Wife got into 50 Shades of Gray and I tried to act out her fantasy’ The Problem with 50 Shades of Grey 4 Reasons to Hate  50 Shades of Grey The Fantasy Fallacy – Shannon Ethridge     THE SHOW ISN’T COMPLETE WITHOUT YOU Send us Your Questions via Email Send us a Tweet With Your…
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    RelationsTips

  • How to Get Your Ex-Boyfriend Back Through Rejection

    Orsolya Bartalis
    21 Jan 2015 | 6:57 am
    Winning back your boyfriend after a break up is not cut and dry. It requires a discrete plan coupled with strategic moves. However, before making any moves, you need to be in a position... The post How to Get Your Ex-Boyfriend Back Through Rejection appeared first on RelationsTips.
  • 5 Tips For FIFO Relationships

    Orsolya Bartalis
    16 Jan 2015 | 6:17 am
    Working on a Fly in Fly out basis has its rewards but it certainly has its down sides when in comes to building or maintaining a relationship. Relationships can be challenging when you are... The post 5 Tips For FIFO Relationships appeared first on RelationsTips.
  • Does Having Sex Too Early Ruin Your Relationship?

    danny
    18 Dec 2014 | 6:43 am
    A new relationship is exciting and it is easy to fall into temptation and have sex before you have gotten a chance to get to know your partner. While there is nothing wrong with... The post Does Having Sex Too Early Ruin Your Relationship? appeared first on RelationsTips.
  • 3 Tips To Long Lasting Relationships

    danny
    10 Dec 2014 | 6:50 am
    Most people jump into relationships for emotional reasons. This person makes you feel good and so you automatically assume committing to a relationship with this person is the best way to keep the good... The post 3 Tips To Long Lasting Relationships appeared first on RelationsTips.
  • Healthy Eating Habits That Improve Your Sex Life

    danny
    8 Dec 2014 | 6:42 am
    The foods that you eat not only affect your overall health, it can also have an impact on your relationship and sex life. While researchers are still not sure if specific foods are actually... The post Healthy Eating Habits That Improve Your Sex Life appeared first on RelationsTips.
 
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    Love hit

  • Without you, i am not able to live

    The Love Guru
    18 Jan 2015 | 5:43 am
    The post Without you, i am not able to live appeared first on Love hit.
  • Happy New Year- 2015

    The Love Guru
    31 Dec 2014 | 7:37 pm
    Happy New Year to everyone across the planet. We wish this year brings lots of happiness and joy to you. The post Happy New Year- 2015 appeared first on Love hit.
  • Machu Picchu Surprise – Cute Marriage Proposal

    The Love Guru
    30 Dec 2014 | 4:04 am
    A very cute marriage proposal when Mike proposed the love of his life, Venessa. Mike started his journey by building the perfect proposal. He had spent time on looking for the diamonds and planning the proposal. He wanted to record every single moment and have a picture perfect proposal. Such that he was to avoid […] The post Machu Picchu Surprise – Cute Marriage Proposal appeared first on Love hit.
  • You are exactly what i want

    The Love Guru
    25 Dec 2014 | 8:33 am
    The post You are exactly what i want appeared first on Love hit.
  • Don’t Let Me Fall – Lenka (animation)

    The Love Guru
    23 Dec 2014 | 9:14 am
    The post Don’t Let Me Fall – Lenka (animation) appeared first on Love hit.
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    Reasons to be Single

  • Part 139: Ordering the Crab

    elfinkate
    19 Jan 2015 | 5:12 pm
    In the spirit of fuck, I’m in my thirties how did that happen I better get a wriggle on if I want to have babies (which I do, possibly), I’ve been dating. I say ‘dating’, what I mean is that I’ve been exchanging messages with blokes on Tinder who a) offer graphic descriptions of their penis and what they’d like to do to me with it, b) ask if I’m ‘naughty’ and c) cease communication once I agree to meet in the flesh. It’s shit, obviously. But I’m not taking it personally. You can’t. If you want to meet someone and have babies and if it has become clear that isn’t…
  • Part 138: Insomnia

    elfinkate
    7 Jan 2015 | 8:56 am
    Yesterday, I was all ready to go with a post about how shit everything is. ‘It’s cold, and I’m tired and full of a perpetual cold and I just want to crawl inside a warm, cavernous space and sleep until springtime, like a grizzly bear,’ I wrote. ‘The serotonin levels are catastrophic, even though I’ve been eating chocolate and watching Russell Brand’s Trews and masturbating, often simultaneously. It is very hard to maintain perspective. I keep googling ‘painless suicides’ and then realising I’m not going to top myself and having a cup of tea and a biscuit and a little…
  • Part 137: Face for Radio

    elfinkate
    28 Dec 2014 | 5:27 pm
    I know, I know, I promised I’d start posting weekly blogs again and I know that you’re probably disappointed because, as it turns out, I lied. But fuck you. I’ve been in a bad way. It often happens at this time of year. Can’t write, can’t eat, self-esteem jumps out the window and I realise I haven’t been laid in so long that my virginity has potentially grown back. If, in fact, I ever lost it. Who can tell, through the haze of time, what’s real and what you’ve made up in the recesses of your brain to give your life momentum? Christmas is a long, cold drag, and this year I’m…
  • I was on the Radio!

    elfinkate
    5 Dec 2014 | 5:47 am
    Yo, Apologies for my recent virtual absence. It’s all been too much, what with the winter and the celibacy and the yoga and the relentless rejection. I’ve withdrawn from the internet to indulge in cheese toasties, erotic dreams about ex-boyfriends and The Daily Mail. But I’m back. And I’m promising weekly blog posts from tomorrow so, hold onto your hats darlinks. I’ll be writing about Hibernation, Staying In and, potentially, Charm. If you’ve been missing me (and even if you haven’t) please take a listen to my recent radio interview. I was a…
  • Video Killed the Radio Star

    elfinkate
    28 Nov 2014 | 12:16 pm
    What what blogfans! Ima be on the radio! Hoxton Radio, tomorrow, as a guest on ‘Ladies What Brunch’. It airs from 10-12. I’ll be talking sex, blogs and other areas of expertise, such as how to wear leopard print. And guess what?! You can listen to the show online if, like me, you ain’t got no radio. Just click here. Wish me luck.x
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    Relationship Advice And Repair

  • Effective Communication in Relationships

    Jay Krunszyinsky
    25 Jan 2015 | 4:34 am
    You and your significant other may have those moments when you both felt that you are from different planets as each discussion turned into a debate, or even more extreme, a heated battle. Most couples in relationships are first to assume or lay blame on the other partner when communication breaks down and the air gets chilly in the relationship. With this perspective, they remain frustrated and angered as each waits for the other to initiate an action to reconnect to the intimate and emotional level that was present prior to the communication breakdown. What is a couple to do to move the…
  • Remove Blocks to Your Relationships and Happiness

    Jay Krunszyinsky
    11 Jan 2015 | 5:40 am
    You enter into relationships with others in many different ways. You engage family members, co-workers, friends, acquaintances, intimate partners, and strangers in the community. Most of your beliefs about many of these relationships are formed by age 7. Your parents, grandparents, teachers, clergy, and other significant others all presented opinions, doctrines, and actions that influenced what you decided to be true about many kinds of relationships. Your beliefs about married life, finances, and health were played out by the people that you saw as authoritarian and significant. Money was…
  • Joy, Excitement, and Wonderment

    Jay Krunszyinsky
    27 Dec 2014 | 5:25 am
    Have you ever watched a child remain present in an activity where he or she used their imagination for hours on end? During these initial stages of life, your child is using her natural innate ability to find happiness and joy in the moment with no limits on what to imagine and expect from one moment to the next. All possibilities exist in this mindset as imagination and desire are enmeshed in a timeless state of being present. Early in their development, children have not received enough messages that counter these beliefs. Do you remember when you saw the world with excitement, wonderment,…
  • The Dynamics of Bullying

    Jay Krunszyinsky
    19 Nov 2014 | 5:20 am
    You hear about more incidences involving a bully and a victim on the news and in your communities.  What is behind the increase in occurrences in bullying?  Once you begin to understand the emotional undercurrents of the bully and his or her victim, you gain a better understanding of the increase.  Although the bully in usually considered the person that is causing injury to another, he is only reacting to his own victimhood.  The bully is a victim that has decided to act on his or her fear by attempting to control someone that matches their level of emotional fear.  The truth be told,…
  • Your Happiness and Your Child’s development

    Jay Krunszyinsky
    4 Oct 2014 | 5:14 am
    What does a parent’s happiness have to do with child development? Everything!  The best way to prepare yourself for the awesome role of parenting is to adopt thoughts, beliefs and actions that align with your happiness.  If your emotions are more on the negative end of the emotional spectrum, you will be a barrier to your child realizing their true development potential.  You may think that you can separate positive parenting from unhappiness but you simply can’t. You will inject more of your negative beliefs and thinking patterns on your child during each developmental stage…
 
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    Dear Wendy

  • “Should I Find a Man Who Will Help Me Move Abroad?”

    Dear Wendy
    26 Jan 2015 | 5:00 am
    I’m 32, a single mother (shared custody), and finishing my last semester of grad school. Two months ago I started talking to a man on the other side of the country who has ties to my current hometown. He visits here, and I recently visited him where he lives. Our perspectives on both trivial and […]
  • Weekend Open Thread

    Dear Wendy
    23 Jan 2015 | 1:00 pm
    This was a big week in our household. We got a new sofa! I got some new rain boots! Jackson got a new watch! And Drew got a haircut! Ok, so the haircut is the least exciting because he gets one every two weeks, but I couldn’t leave him in the cold on our list […]
  • Friday Links

    Dear Wendy
    23 Jan 2015 | 10:00 am
    Here are a few things from around the web that may interest you: “See How Much the “Perfect” Female Body Has Changed in 100 Years (It’s Crazy!)” [via Greatist] TOMS isn’t the only company that gives back. Here are 22 others: “23 Charitable Companies That Actually Give Back” [via Buzzfeed] In case you missed it […]
  • “My Parents Secretly Spend Time with My Ex-Husband!”

    Dear Wendy
    23 Jan 2015 | 5:00 am
    I’ve written you once before and your advice as well as the comments were really helpful to me in that situation. I’m struggling with a new family-related question and am hoping you might be able to provide advice one more time. I’m struggling right now to figure out the best way to handle a situation […]
  • Afternoon Quickie: “Will He Come Back to Me?”

    Dear Wendy
    22 Jan 2015 | 12:00 pm
    After three months of dating this guy, I was at the point where I needed something to be at least defined as exclusive, but he wasn’t and so the relationship ended. That was two months ago. I’d never had such easy, natural chemistry with someone. We really seemed like a match–interests-, personality-, and values-wise. He […]
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    Tokii Lab

  • Tokii QP3 Empowers Smokers To Tool Up And Quit Effectively

    Tokii
    5 Jan 2015 | 6:00 am
    The latest QP3 app from Tokii and their team of experts, aims to create a powerful Band of Brothers and Sisters in the war against their smoking habit – with a fun and interactive quiz that can tap into their psyche, and arm their will power with a weapon of addiction mass destruction. “The Smokers Toolkit” has been specifically designed by Tokii’s team of expert Lifestyle Coaches and Health Care Professionals, to help people to delve deeper into the reasons why they get that urge to smoke. They believe that finding out what your personal triggers are for lighting up – holds the key…
  • How to keep mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually in good shape

    Guest Writers
    29 Dec 2014 | 6:00 am
    Karla has inspired me to share a side of myself that I rarely talk about in public. Her story really made me sit up and think; my work-life can be so full-on and stressful that what happened to her could easily happen to me. My work is exciting and challenging and I find myself spinning many plates every day. Whether it’s travelling the world selecting hotels to join our collection, speaking at a conference (many rate public speaking as scarier than death itself), connecting with corporate women’s networking or getting down and dirty in the web development or conference calls at…
  • How One Great Decision Can Change Your Life

    Tokii
    22 Dec 2014 | 6:00 am
    Everything you are, and have today is down to the choices you’ve made so far in your life. How many times have you wished you’d chosen another path? – Made a better decision? Or wondered what you’d be doing now if only…? Tokii want to put the power back into your hands with a set of quick fire, fun, addictive and highly self revealing quizzes that have the power to get inside your subconscious and show you the hidden negative influences that cloud your instinct – and have a huge baring on the decisions you make. “Understanding Your Major Life Decisions” on the FREE to…
  • Sending Feedback to Tokii

    Tokii
    15 Dec 2014 | 6:00 am
    Sending Feedback to Tokii As an app designed to help users, the user experience is important to Tokii. If you make a suggestion, you’re likely to see it show up in the app soon. That’s one of the best things about using a new app. They’re still growing, so you can be a part of making the app better. As a fan of Tokii Quick Pick Personality Profiles, I can’t wait to see what quizzes they’ll come up with next. My personal favorite is the Dating & Relationships category, especially the Dating series. I’ve taken all of the quizzes, from “What is Your Love Status” to “Are You…
  • Maggie’s Story: Healing Past Scars for a Brighter Future Using Tokii’s QP3 Application

    Guest
    8 Dec 2014 | 6:00 am
    Maggie, a 28-year-old hair stylist, was recently hired on as the youngest stylist at a well-established, high-end hair salon in an upscale community. Maggie was always artistic growing up, so no one was surprised when she graduated from cosmetology school with speculative whispers she was going to make it far in her trade. Some surmised she’d one day be the stylist for movie stars or other renowned people. Maggie was not only precise in her trade, she knew how to add her own flair to every style, color and cut she performed. She even had a way of making cutting-edge styles look great on…
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    Bubbles. Deux.

  • What We’re Cooking Sundays…the Engagement Chicken Edition.

    Hugh
    25 Jan 2015 | 3:30 pm
    “An idealist is one who, on noticing that a rose smells better than a cabbage, concludes that it will also make better soup.” …..H.L. Mencken I’m an idealist. I’m also a realist. I’m not sure that Mencken had me in mind, but I do love roses and soup, just not together. Although, I would probably try it if there were hot peppers thrown in for good measure. When I decided that my blog needed a new look, I was forced to think about content. For years, all I wrote about was politics and love. In many ways, those two topics are the same thing – they bring out so much passion.
  • You Alone Are You…

    bubblesdeux
    24 Jan 2015 | 7:45 pm
    Who is it that says most, which can say more, than this rich praise, that you alone, are you. …..Wm. Shakespeare. You. Alone. Are. You. How often do we spend time thinking about all of the ways in which we can make people think good things about us. Perhaps we want to be well-liked or respected. Or we want to be picked first, or just picked. When you’re a parent, you spend a lot of time telling your children all of the ways in which their uniqueness is the most important thing they have. They will learn, as they grow older, that not everyone will appreciate that individuality.
  • New Moon, New Magic.

    bubblesdeux
    20 Jan 2015 | 4:15 am
    We’re one minute (if my calendar is correct) into our first new moon of the new year. That. Is. Magical. New moons are a time to celebrate new beginnings – test out new things – become more adventurous. Make your own portable altar! Tell someone you love them. Burn some sage. Light a candle. Remember someone who is gone and smile. What if, twelve times a year, we all tried out something different? It wouldn’t have to be a major, life-altering thing. Maybe it’s holding a door for someone or choosing not to get angry over small things. Maybe it’s emailing an old friend or, better…
  • Letter from a Birmingham Jail…52 Years Later.

    bubblesdeux
    19 Jan 2015 | 4:00 am
    Written in longhand on scraps of paper and a notepad King’s attorneys were allowed to remove from the Birmingham Jail, “Letter from a Birmingham Jail” was written by Martin Luther King, Jr. in response to “A Call for Unity” written by eight white clergymen who were against King and the use of demonstrations and non-violent protest as a means to respond against racism and violations against human dignity, in particular as shown to blacks throughout the southern portions of the United States. In their words, you can see that while they pray for peaceful resolutions, they seek more…
  • What We’re Cooking Sundays…The Magical Thinking Edition.

    bubblesdeux
    18 Jan 2015 | 5:46 pm
    It’s winter outside – as proven by the catchiest headlines from places like Gothamist. Ice-ageddon. Iceapacolypse. Black Icearama. Okay, I made that last one up, but I think we all get the picture. If you live anywhere that gets cold during the winter, it is probably, well, cold. I spent my yesterday finding out that I don’t own warm enough socks to do things like ice fish. That didn’t stop me from learning how to drill holes into perfectly good ice and waiting, for hours, for no fish to bite. Here’s what I learned: I freaking love it. I love little kids ‘skating’ around in…
 
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    mysilentscream.com

  • Headlines You’ll Never Hear

    Scott
    16 Jan 2015 | 6:07 am
    Delighted By The Disappointing Silence Of An Absent Dad Buoyed By The Blessings Of Being Bullied Encouraged And Empowered By An Eating Disorder Today if we turn to CNN, Fox News, Yahoo or Reuters, those are three headlines we will never read. And, if we did, they would only be news because of the absurd unlikeliness of the headline being true. Last night some friends gathered and shared their stories. Our friends Kyle, Emma and Ellie stepped forward, up from the darkened rows of their seats and into the spotlight. In the glow of the stage lights surrounded by friends, fans and flawed people…
  • Too Many

    Scott
    12 Jan 2015 | 10:36 am
    I’ve found myself dissatisfied with my house recently. My wife and I have been watching HGTV home remodeling shows streaming on Netflix. I usually love my house, but when I see some of the marvelous modifications the designers and artisans create I wonder, “why not me too”? I wonder, why not me? Is it… Time? Money? Talent? Laziness? Low priority? And, that’s just my house. Those same questions apply to my level of fitness, my clutter, my incomplete projects and my unfulfilled dreams. If I settle for what I have – without working for what could be –…
  • Construction

    Scott
    31 Dec 2014 | 7:00 am
    2014 has been a busy year. Sometimes it’s felt like this picture, a pile of rubble that caution-tape couldn’t hold back. That said, I feel very blessed; #mysilentscream was again blessed by thousands of readers in more than eighty countries. I had no idea what 2014 would contain. At the dawn of 2014 I’d never… – heard of ISIS – expected $2 a gallon gas prices Nor did I know work and home changes would include: – TreeHouse colleagues coming and going – I’m on a ten-month curriculum re-write project – My wife would triple her…
  • Number One

    Scott
    18 Dec 2014 | 8:24 am
    Professional sports leagues have a new player draft to give teams an opportunity to refresh their roster, and bring new skills, abilities and opportunities to their team and prospective players. When teams and their draft choices are a great fit championships are built. When they are not, writers and fans relish the opportunity to vent in articles like, “10 worst No. 1 picks in NFL draft history.” Careful research, interviews and thoughtful analysis are essential. Intern Draft The TreeHouse summer intern draft has been no different (other than the dollar signs). We treasure the…
  • Thanksgiving Drama Defense

    Scott
    25 Nov 2014 | 8:00 am
    Almost every week I hear someone say, “she made me…” or “he made me…” as if they could. Without a doubt we influence one another, but far too often we justify bad attitudes and hurtful responses because of the attitudes and decisions of others. This week when tempers flare during your holiday gatherings here are three strategies to drop the drama: 1. Choose to use a soft voice. “A gentle answer deflects anger, but harsh words make tempers flare.“ 1 Regardless what the other person chooses you can chose a soft and kind tone in your voice. 2. Choose to…
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    Welcome to the Jungle - Lifestyle

  • Colour Pop

    12 Jan 2015 | 12:19 pm
    Written By: Kendra So anyone who knows me knows I am a lipstick fanatic! Anything regarding lipstick/lips, I'm all about. So when I first heard about Colour Pop I was all over it! THEN I saw the price of their Lipsticks and I nearly cried. Each one of these liners and lipsticks were $5! Below are pictures, swatches and a video of the ones I picked up. I think they are so worth the price! Colour Pop also carries other cosmetics for $5 go check them out here. Bull Chic Liner with MAC's Hautecore Lipstick Creature Lip Liner and Lipstick Feminist Liner and Lipstick Grind Liner and Lipstick Which…
  • This Is What It's Like To Live With Anxiety

    15 Dec 2014 | 6:19 pm
    “We all live in a house on fire, no fire department to call; no way out, just the upstairs window to look out of while the fire burns the house down with us trapped, locked in it.”                                                        -Tennessee Williams, The Milk Train Doesn’t Stop Here AnymoreEveryone is, in one way or another, internally conflicted; we all have within us a fire we want to put out, and some are able to tame it.
  • Why My Hair Defines Me

    3 Dec 2014 | 9:23 am
    My Hair Journey For so long, I have tried to defend the idea that ‘I Am Not My Hair.’ But it’s about time that I face the facts. The way someone may feel about a new outfit, is the same way I feel about wearing a new weave, and I am totally okay with that.  My hair journey started at a very young age. My parents let me experiment with different hairstyles, which have now transformed into how I make extra money, and transcend into how I feel about myself. As a little black girl with kinky short hair, I never felt like I was beautiful with my hair in…
  • Word of the Week: Family

    5 Nov 2014 | 8:51 am
    The Power Of Black Celebrity Families Do Inspire US:Word of the day is Family:                                                                                      …
  • Why are you single?

    30 Oct 2014 | 1:23 pm
    I’ve been wanting to talk about this topic for some time now, but I have been holding off because I really wanted to take my time to put this together. However, nah. I want to say this now and not try to put it so eloquently because it's such a dumb fucking question, that would guran-damn-tee you to get punched in the throat. Proceed with caution.  What is this question you might be wondering: WHY ARE YOU SINGLE? It’s usually lead with “OMG! You are so great…” Dawg. Do you know how bad I want to punch you right now?!
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    AttractionWiki

  • Just Started Dating – How To Text

    Brian CJ
    13 Jan 2015 | 1:59 pm
    When learning how to text someone you just started dating, there are many different methods and strategies but these are general guidelines that will start you off on the right foot. 1. Play it Cool Remember that most people have a busy schedule. You can’t always look at your phone immediately. Most people don’t drop […]The post Just Started Dating – How To Text appeared first on 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.
 
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    Funny Lifestyle & Relationship Blog With A Snarky Twist: MelanysGuydlines - Melanys Guydlines

  • The Top 10 Most Annoying Top 10 Lists

    Melany
    23 Jan 2015 | 10:33 am
    I want to create a top 10 list of the most annoying top 10 lists. Yes, you read that right. Can you help me with this? I would love to know what types of top lists fill your feed or your time line. Whatever. Don’t be shy and I wont judge….well, I will but snarky commentary never hurt anyone. I already asked this question on twitter and Facebook and got some good answers but need more to compile a list. Note: I will never title it the “complete” list of the top 10 most annoying lists because that is annoying... Continue Reading
  • Keep Your Super Bowl Beverages Cold Through Halftime: Win $85 Of Corkcicle Products

    Melany
    22 Jan 2015 | 7:51 am
    Well, we all know my Niners didn’t make the Super Bowl this year and I really don’t love the “Seachickens” but what I do love are some tasty beverages and super bowl parties. Watching any type of sport is one of my favorite past times and to pair it with a frosty drink and some yummy food makes Super Bowl one of the best days of the year regardless of who is playing. I mean commercials…come on!I So, in honor of those deflated balls and all that jazz, I thought I would offer you all a chance to win some... Continue Reading
  • My Love Affair With Cars: Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale

    Melany
    19 Jan 2015 | 11:28 am
    Sometimes the best days and nights happen when you least expect them. We all know that I am totally OCD, ADD, a neurotic planner and write lists for my “to do” lists. But, there are those rare occasions where I am asked to do something that is not listed on my Icloud calendar and I suck it up, throw on a snarky outfit, paint on my Bobbi Brown black eyeliner, layer my Lancome mascara, drape (what some may think is too much gold around my neck aka Mr. T), grab a bling studded Valentino purse, paired with way too tall... Continue Reading
  • Know What You Know. Know What You Don’t Know And Learn That Too!

    Melany
    15 Jan 2015 | 8:41 am
    WHAT’S UP PARTY PEOPLE? I have been up every single night since I have moved into my new places thanks to my fantastic puppy named Teddy Brewski! But, I am getting my new computer set up in a few minutes so I can blog my heart away even when Teddy decides to bark at 3 AND 5AM!! Moving update: Pretty much done unpacking because I can’t stand it anymore. Being OCD and ADD is a problem and right now I NEED to my computer and I must blog….a lot! However, I do need a new chair for my desk since... Continue Reading
  • Dear Blog ….I Am So Sorry

    Melany
    9 Jan 2015 | 7:48 pm
    DEAR BLOG – I am so sorry, but I have been cheating on you with my shoes, makeup, purses, and clothes. I moved and my life has been upside down and inside out. Please don’t break up with me. I love you. Truly. I mean this is the longest time in two years I have not checked in to at least say hello and send KISSEZZ. I have good reasons – I swear! There are too many and I am too tired on a Friday night to elaborate. But, I am sure I will come up with a list in... Continue Reading
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    Watersedge Counselling

  • Why Exercise Really Makes You Happier

    Jessica Morris
    22 Jan 2015 | 2:00 pm
    Do you struggle to be active? Maye you’re just exhausted after a long day at work and have no energy to go outside for a walk? If you find yourself feeling down, exercise may just be what you need to make you happier and give you greater satisfaction. In this infographic by Happify, we are shown that even 20 minutes of exercise can significantly impact our mood. When we are active, our endorphins go up so we feel good, stress-related hormones like cortisol are reduced and it helps treat anxiety and depression. So how do we get motivated to exercise? If you struggle to get active, don’t…
  • Alcohol and the Workplace

    Jessica Morris
    15 Jan 2015 | 2:00 pm
    Have you ever shown up to work with a hangover? It makes for an ugly and difficult day, but for many of us it has become normal. In fact, this infographic by Recovery Connection tells us that 15% of all workers in the US are under the influence of alcohol at one time or another. It is easy to assume alcohol only effects ‘alcoholics,’ but the truth is that most alcohol related issues within the workplace come from social drinking. Whether we drink before work or arrive with a hangover, it is something which impacts not only our productivity in the workplace, but also our personal health.
  • Mindful Living 101

    Jessica Morris
    8 Jan 2015 | 2:00 pm
    It can be hard to catch a breath most days. We are driven by our never ending to do list, and are constantly changing our agenda depending on the needs of our family, friends and workplace. When we do this, we can neglect ourselves and we consistently live in a hyper-tense state. Living with this constant stress and pressure is not healthy for us or the people we do life with. So what can we do to change this? The practice of Mindfulness could be just what you need to help you through the day. In the Watersedge Go 30 Days Alcohol Free Challenge, Mindfulness is described as “an awareness of…
  • Be Daring, Be Original, Be You!

    Colleen Morris
    31 Dec 2014 | 2:00 pm
    Welcome to the New Year, and welcome to a new you. What do you hope 2015 will bring? Perhaps you long for a change in your relationships and the space to talk about things that have been hurting you. Or maybe you have resolved to look after yourself, and have plans to lose weight and become healthier? Whatever hopes you have for 2015, this is January 1 and this is a new start. Over the past 6 months, the team at Watersedge Counselling have been busy contemplating what the New Year will mean for you, and we came up with the phrase, “Be Daring, Be Original, Be You.” It is our hope that in…
  • Five Tips for Safe Partying

    Jessica Morris
    25 Dec 2014 | 2:00 pm
    The holiday season is brimming with social gatherings and parties. It’s important you are able to let your hair down and enjoy this, but things can get out of hand. Here are five tips to embrace the festivities of the season while still taking care of yourself . Plan your transport Instead of winging it, plan your transport beforehand. Decide whether you have a dependable designated driver, will receive a lift from a friend or will catch a taxi. If the party is a long distance away, consider booking accommodation there. And if your plans fall through, you are tired or are in an unfit…
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    Thoughts on Life and Love

  • Enjoy every moment

    Mandy Kloppers
    26 Jan 2015 | 12:01 am
    Thoughts on Life and Love Thoughts on Life and Love -   Me in 1997, Cape Town after an extended illness. Enjoy every moment The above picture was taken in 1997 after a serious illness. I was going about life as normal. Having taken a job with Air France, I was sent to Paris for two week’s of training and got a chest infection while I was there. A day after returning to Cape Town (I was living in South African back then) I started throwing up and feeling really ill. […] Enjoy every moment Mandy Kloppers.
  • Fun Activity Rating – Swimming with dolphins

    Mandy Kloppers
    24 Jan 2015 | 12:13 am
    Thoughts on Life and Love Thoughts on Life and Love -   (1) Fun Activity Rating – Swimming with dolphins   This is the first post about fun activities to boost mood and life experiences. This post covers my experience with dolphins in Jamaica.We all need ways to escape the dullness of life at times, especially if we work in a job that doesn’t fulfil us as much as we’d like. Looking back on our lives, the more fun and adventure we’ve had, the more fun memories we will have… Swimming with […] Fun Activity Rating – Swimming with dolphins Mandy…
  • Emotional Inhibition

    Mandy Kloppers
    23 Jan 2015 | 6:17 am
    Thoughts on Life and Love Thoughts on Life and Love - Emotional Inhibition We all try to avoid painful feelings but when we take this to the extreme, we can find ourselves living in an emotional desert where we don’t feel anything anymore. Suppressing painful feelings doesn’t make them go away. They will bubble below the surface and emerge in other ways – affairs, gambling – different types of escapism. But eventually it catches up with you in the for  of anxiety, panic attacks or depression. Many of us are brought […] Emotional Inhibition Mandy Kloppers.
  • How to increase your self belief

    Mandy Kloppers
    22 Jan 2015 | 12:16 am
    Thoughts on Life and Love Thoughts on Life and Love - self belief   How to increase your self belief Self belief means you feel good enough and you have faith in your ideas and abilities. It’s the feeling that you can handle whatever life throws at you. With enough self belief you can get away with anything. Tell yourself: Whatever happens, I will find a way through. I am able to handle whatever life throws at me. I am competent and capable and have everything I need to cope with […] How to increase your self belief Mandy Kloppers.
  • Goal setting – 9 questions to ask yourself

    Mandy Kloppers
    21 Jan 2015 | 1:54 am
    Thoughts on Life and Love Thoughts on Life and Love - Goal setting – 9 questions to ask yourself 1) If you knew you couldn’t fail, what would your life look like? What are you doing? Where are you? Close your eyes and visualise where you want to be. You have to name it before you can claim it. Write down your vision. 2) What will you need to know to reach your new life? Will you require any learning, new skills? How can you go about obtaining these skills/knowledge? 3) Is […] Goal setting – 9 questions to ask yourself Mandy Kloppers.
 
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    Relationship World

  • What is Love?

    Sandra
    8 Jan 2015 | 3:05 am
    What is love? What a silly question – what is love! We all know what love is. But do we really?  We are living at a time when love seems to be all but absent. Love is far from being the motivating influence in the world. It has has been pushed into the background and world events attest to its absence. Even movies and games are mostly about violence these days because they reflect the society that we live in. Is it any wonder that romantic love has taken a back seat?  “What is love” becomes a very relevant question indeed. Shakespeare penned the following words about…
  • How to Cope with Loneliness during the Holiday Season

    Sandra
    25 Dec 2014 | 10:15 am
    The holiday season can be the loneliest time of the year. While everyone around you seems to be buying presents, preparing meals and going to dinners and parties, you feel like a lonely wallflower sitting on the sidelines watching all the dancers whirl by. When you are feeling alone it rubs salt in the wound to see so much activity and so much shopping and scurrying around. Your only wish is that it would all go away as quickly as possible. What are you to feel when the whole world around you seems to be going berserk? Your loneliness is accentuated by all this contrast with your own…
  • 7 Magic Keys to Self-Discovery

    Sandra
    7 Jul 2014 | 4:40 am
    “The 7 Magic Keys to Self-discovery”  is the result of numerous requests for help in trying to find the various aspects of your personality that are hidden from view. Many people spend years and often their entire lives trying to find themselves; all too often without success. It can be a fruitless exercise. But that doesn’t mean that you should give up the quest because there is real gold to be found in this undiscovered secret. So how can you find the real you? What are the main things that stand out about you and set you apart from other people?  What are the driving forces…
  • Selfishness and Generosity: Nature’s Secret

    Sandra
    22 Jan 2014 | 8:26 am
    An overflowing of love There’s a huge lesson to be learnt from nature. It’s all about the secret relationship between selfishness and generosity. In nature, selfishness is a self-protective device. As the leaves of a plant curl up and close in towards themselves when the sun is hot and the air is very dry, the plant recognises the need to protect itself against the elements. And so it does not give off any extra moisture to the air. Every bit of moisture it has must be conserved for its future survival and well-being.  It cannot allow any transpiration through its leaves because…
  • Low Self-Esteem can Damage your Relationship

    Sandra
    17 Jan 2014 | 3:01 am
    Photo: John Suder. Flickr If you suffer from low self-esteem take note. Your low self esteem is like a red light warning you that you are in danger of damaging your relationship. It’s important to realize that your personality is the key to your relationships and if you constantly afflict your personality with disempowering beliefs, your relationships will bear the brunt of all the abuse you heap upon yourself. Low self esteem makes you self-destruct every time so that you act as if you are not worthy to be loved. You even feel that you are not good enough to be in a fulfilling…
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    Married with Luggage

  • Podcast #97 – A Love Story 40+ Years in the Making

    Warren
    21 Jan 2015 | 2:57 am
    Episode 97 comes to you from our tiny village in southern Spain. Today we’re sharing one of the best love stories we’ve ever played a tiny part in. Show Notes Today we’re sharing with you something different. Over the last year we’ve been watching a love story unfold between two lost loves. We enjoyed it so much […]
  • A Night of Fear and Acceptance in Spain

    Warren
    18 Jan 2015 | 1:19 am
    We sat in the bar with less than an hour to go before the presentation started and we were terrified. We looked at each other and wondered how in the world we had gotten ourselves into this. In just a few minutes we were expected to step onto stage and share our story, in front of […]
  • We’re breaking up with people. It’s not them, it’s us (OK, sometimes it’s them).

    Warren
    12 Jan 2015 | 8:43 am
    This article was originally released as a weekly email to the Married with Luggage subscribers. So many people wrote in and requested we share it broader decided to post it here. Please feel free to share to your audiences as well. Click here to sign up to get the free weekly email sent directly into your […]
  • What’s the First Step After Making a Big Decision? (Episode #96)

    Betsy
    7 Jan 2015 | 12:51 am
    Episode 96 comes to you from sunny southern Spain. What are the first steps you take after you make a big, life-changing decision? (Besides freaking out a little.) That’s what we’re talking about on this episode. He had the vague sense of standing on a threshold, the crossing of which would change everything.” ~ Kate […]
  • What Happens When You Don’t Meet Your Goals for the Year? (Episode #95)

    Betsy
    31 Dec 2014 | 3:15 am
    Episode 95 comes to you from sunny Spain. Today we’re revealing what we did – and didn’t – accomplish in 2014 and how we move ahead for the next year’s planning. Doing nothing accomplishes nothing, gains nothing, changes nothing, and wins nothing. You have to make a move.” ~ Richelle E. Goodrich Show Notes We’d […]
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    Sunset Talks

  • Valentine’s Day Cookies: Delicious Cut-outs For Your Sweetheart

    Anchal Bhatia
    23 Jan 2015 | 8:18 am
    Valentine’s Day Cookies: Make a batch of these fun heart shaped cookies that are not only rich and delicious but also super easy to put together. The post Valentine’s Day Cookies: Delicious Cut-outs For Your Sweetheart appeared first on Sunset Talks.
  • Life Insurance: Protect Your Family and Your Way of Life

    Anchal Bhatia
    16 Jan 2015 | 7:05 am
    Life is full of surprises and challenges, but while you can’t predict what will happen to you next, you can be financially prepared. Perhaps, this is what Birla Sun Life Insurance wants to exhibit by the means of this heart touching video. The post Life Insurance: Protect Your Family and Your Way of Life appeared first on Sunset Talks.
  • Eyewear Frames: Top Tips by John Jacobs for Buying that Perfect One

    Sunset Talks
    7 Jan 2015 | 2:06 am
    It’s no brainer that eyewear frames can completely make or break your look. Eyewears may be essential for your eyesight, but they are a fashion accessory at the same time. So choosing the right one is extremely important. There are a lot of factors to base your choice on, we point you a few. The post Eyewear Frames: Top Tips by John Jacobs for Buying that Perfect One appeared first on Sunset Talks.
  • Premarital Sex: Maybe Can Save Your Future

    Anchal Bhatia
    21 Dec 2014 | 12:24 am
    Premarital sex, do we support? Well, the short answer is yes. While we have already laid down 5 reasons that support sex before marriage, today we thought to elaborate on one-Homosexuality. Oh, so you think it’s not a good reason to make love until the vows of matrimony have been said? Wait, till you read this. The post Premarital Sex: Maybe Can Save Your Future appeared first on Sunset Talks.
  • Holidays: Personalized Jewelry Gift Ideas for Her

    Anchal Bhatia
    27 Nov 2014 | 12:09 am
    Holidays are fast approaching. If you are stumped about what to get for the special lady in your life, these jewelry gift ideas will get you started. Better yet, these can be personalized with her name or initial. The post Holidays: Personalized Jewelry Gift Ideas for Her appeared first on Sunset Talks.
 
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    Ask the Astrologers » Relationships

  • Ask the Astrologers: Is He Gone for Good?

    Melodie
    8 Jan 2015 | 3:09 pm
    A client whom we’ll call Tara, wrote in with a question regarding her long-term relationship which ended abruptly in November. She writes: As the new year looms, I’m looking around and still confused and shocked at what has rolled out in the past few months. My now ex boyfriend broke up with me after a long term relationship during which we’d made constant plans for our future. We purchased a home together and got a dog, were talking about combining our 401Ks, discussing marriage, etc. About a month before we planned to get engaged, he started becoming more and more distant…
  • Venus in Scorpio — Oct 23, 2014 — Nov 16, 2014

    Melodie
    22 Oct 2014 | 1:06 am
    Venus enters Scorpio on October 23rd, 2014 at 20:52 UT (8:52pm ET). Venus is said to be debilitated in Scorpio, as it is the sign opposite its natural ruler (Taurus). Venus in Scorpio is said to be in its fall. There are some disadvantages to having a planet in “fall” or “detriment,” due more to societal norms and expectations than anything else. As such, Venus is not particularly comfortable in Scorpio, where the naturally romantic, self-indulgent, partnership-oriented archetype struggles to express itself through the intense, passionate, all-or-nothing Scorpionic…
  • Venus in Libra — Sept 29, 2014 — Oct 23, 2014

    Melodie
    29 Sep 2014 | 2:53 am
    Venus enters Libra on September 29, 2014 at irgo on September 5, 2014 at 20:52 UT (8:52pm ET). Venus is Libra’s natural ruler, and is thus happiest and most comfortable there (along with Taurus, the sign it co-rules, and Pisces, the sign of its exaltation). Venus in Libra is all about peace, love and understanding. It’s about compromising and accommodating the needs of others in order to preserve harmony and balance in our lives. This extends to relationships of course, as Venus is the “love” planet and Libra is the relationship and partnership sign. When Venus…
  • Venus in Virgo — Sept 5, 2014 — Sept 29, 2014

    Melodie
    4 Sep 2014 | 11:06 pm
    Venus enters Virgo on September 5, 2014 at 07:23 UT (3:23 am EDT). Venus is said to be debilitated in Virgo, as it is the sign opposite Venus’ natural Exaltation, Pisces. There are some disadvantages to having a planet in “fall” or “detriment,” due more to societal norms and expectations than anything else. As such, Venus is not particularly comfortable in Virgo, where the naturally romantic, self-indulgent, partnership-oriented archetype struggles to express itself through the analytical, perfectionistic, service-oriented Virgo filter. Even so, there are a lot…
  • Venus in Leo — August 12, 2014 — Sept 5, 2014

    Melodie
    9 Aug 2014 | 6:22 am
    Venus enters Leo on August 12, 2014 at UT 07:23 UT (3:23 am EDT). Venus is the “love” planet, representing how you give and receive love and affection, as well as what you find aesthetically appealing. Venus also rules “money” as in earning potential and income, as in how you handle money, what you spend it on, and whether you’re attracting it to you or seeing it run through your fingers like water. By transit, Venus brings emphasis to these areas of your life — for better or worse, depending on the sign, house placement and relationship the transit forms…
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    Fiona Beck » Love and Relationships

  • Hey! You on the back burner!

    FionaBeck
    19 Jan 2015 | 2:49 am
    How does it feel on that back burner? Can you honestly say that you are happy there? Plan B, second choice, second best, consolation prize, contingency plan, FALLBACK GIRL!!! The key thing to remember in this situation is that NO ONE can place you in that position unless YOU allow it. So lets start with WHY you allow it. You love him. Yes, that is usually at the root of these situations, but does that mean you have to accept the scraps he throws you? You don’t get out much to meet new people. AH ok, so to avoid being alone ALL the time, you let him climb into your bed at 2am after he…
  • Cord cutting

    FionaBeck
    8 Jan 2015 | 5:38 am
    Every so often a client will approach me to ask me if I can perform a ‘cord cutting’ between them and a soul connection. In some cases they have already been offered this ‘service’ (I use that term VERY lightly), or have already actually paid someone to assist them. If this is something that you are considering, please read this first. Soul connections are sent to bring us GROWTH. We are often resistant to that growth because it means facing our own demons and addressing our dysfunctions. This can be incredibly painful, so the universe has this awesome way of gift…
  • Relationship or just Potential?

    FionaBeck
    27 Oct 2014 | 9:26 am
    As the use of electronic forms of communication increases, so do the instances of ‘online’ relationships. What is disturbing is the amount of people who get drawn into this to the point that they see these interactions as actual relationships. They then come to me and ask questions such as: Is he seeing anyone else? When is he going to commit to me? Does he truly love me? A relationship requires face to face interaction. It doesn’t matter if you speak to this person on Skype for 5 hours every day, text one another every ten minutes when you are not on Skype, or that you have been doing…
  • Passive commitment phobia

    FionaBeck
    25 Oct 2014 | 8:05 am
    Much has been written about commitment phobia and most of us have encountered individuals who struggle with anything that starts to feel too much like a permanent attachment. I cover this issue HERE. But lets think about why some of us seem to always find ourselves attracted to that ‘unavailable’ energy and what it says about our own issues. The opposite to active commitment phobia is PASSIVE commitment phobia. This often describes the people who are drawn to the active commitment phobic energy, not because they enjoy it, but because as long as they are pursuing someone who is…
  • Synchronicity – what does it mean?

    FionaBeck
    22 Oct 2014 | 3:23 am
    synchronism [sing-kruh-niz-uh m] Word Origin noun 1. coincidence in time; contemporaneousness; simultaneousness. 2. the arrangement or treatment of synchronous things or events in conjunction, as in a history. 3. a tabular arrangement of historical events or personages, grouped according to their dates. 4. Physics, Electricity. the state of being synchronous. 5. Psychoanalysis. the simultaneous occurrence of causally unrelated events and the belief that the simultaneity has meaning beyond mere coincidence. Have you ever bought a new car and all of a sudden you seem to pass dozens of the same…
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    Boundless Blog

  • An Unexpected Gift

    Boundless Community
    23 Jan 2015 | 5:00 am
    by Kelly Bowen This holiday season God gave me the most interesting of gifts: a thankful heart. The strange thing is not that I am thankful, but what I am thankful for: that I do not yet have children. What makes this so odd is I have a very deep desire to enter into marriage and motherhood. I have spent evenings praying with friends and mentors that the blessed day would come that I could be a mother. I have mourned the years which have passed without having fulfilled my dream of becoming a mother and have wrestled with God on why He has placed such a desire in my heart without the means to…
  • Not Just a Women’s Issue: Episode 364

    Lisa Anderson
    22 Jan 2015 | 9:39 am
    Listen to this week’s show! Roundtable: Inside a Pregnancy Center For those facing an unplanned pregnancy, what does a pregnancy medical clinic have to offer? How does its services differ from Planned Parenthood’s? What role do PMCs play in helping men and women navigate pregnancy, birth and beyond? And what’s the responsibility of the church in all this? Dr. Diane Foley and Rob Denler of Life Network provide insight. Roland Warren joined Lisa in the studio after speaking at a Focus on the Family staff chapel service. Culture: Unplanned, but Not a Crisis He got his…
  • One of the Most Important Things You Can Do for Your Future Spouse

    Joshua Rogers
    19 Jan 2015 | 1:43 pm
    It was my first year of law school, and I was single. I wanted to be married, but it didn’t matter. I was spending 12 hours a day in class or in the library, so there wasn’t any real chance of my getting to know anyone. One night I was sitting alone in my studio apartment when I felt the sense that I needed to pray for my future spouse. I prayed that if she wasn’t following God’s will for her life, that He would give her the grace to understand His unconditional love for her. I wrote the prayer in my journal, closed the book, and didn’t think about it again for…
  • Fight for Joy

    Boundless Community
    16 Jan 2015 | 11:11 am
    This morning I looked in the mirror and smiled.  Really smiled. I’m just going to be real here. It had been a while. Over the past couple weeks, and especially last Sunday and Monday, I had given over to negativity. I had focused on the mountains in my life, completely forgetting Who is the Lord of the mountains. And then, when I found out a dear friend had passed away, I fell apart. If God wasn’t with me, then that would have been it. End of story. But Tuesday morning I woke up, and I felt like God told me I need to fight to see the blessings, the beauty right in front of my…
  • Gossip: Destroyer of Community

    Josh Loke
    15 Jan 2015 | 6:02 pm
    I caught up with a friend of mine in the last couple of months, and he told me this story. It saddened me so deeply that I couldn’t help but write about it in the hopes that we — this new generation of Christians — might be different. I’ll write it in the first person for easier reading and also greater anonymity. Some details have also been changed. “I’ve been in this city for about a year as a pastor of a church when this happened. The wife of one of my colleagues from a different job caught him with some really dodgy pornography on his computer. She freaked out and told…
 
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    Marcus & Ashley

  • 019 How To Communicate Your Feelings With Mark And Marie Oates

    Marcus and Ashley
    19 Jan 2015 | 7:37 pm
    Our guests for this week are Mark and Marie Oates. Mark and Marie have been married for over 6 years, have a son, and live in Nashville, Tennessee. They love helping couples untangle the messy parts of their relationship at Nashville Marriage Studios! Description of  First Year in one or two words Easy, and smooth. Some of the topics we discussed are: 1. How to deal with your political differences, selfishness, and adjusting to life under ONE roof. 2. Setting rules for your house, marriage, and family. 3. How to deal with your in-laws. 4. The role of values in your marriage. 5. How to…
  • 018 Learning To Compromise With Kimberly Erskine

    Marcus and Ashley
    12 Jan 2015 | 6:20 pm
    Our guest for this week is Kimberly Esrkine. Kimberly has been married for more than 3 years, and lives in Montana. She is a Nukes Air Force Officer, and one of the Divas at Dating Divas. Description of  First Year in one or two words  Amazing and difficult.  Some of the topics we discussed are: 1. Being happy with yourself before marriage. 2. Learning to communicate often, and effectively. 3. Being conscious about your spouse’s needs and wants. 4. How to compromise with your spouse on your marriage expectations. 5. Marriage will break you down first, and then build you up. How to…
  • 017 Dealing With Little Annoyances Before They Build Up With Roger Whitney

    Marcus and Ashley
    5 Jan 2015 | 8:54 pm
    Our guest for this week is Roger Whitney. Roger has been married for over 24 years to his wonderful wife Shauna, have 2 children, and live in Forth Worth, Texas. Roger helps individuals and couples plan well, and invest wisely for retirement. He is also the host of the Retirement Answerman podcast. Description of  First Year in one or two words  A whirlwind. Some of the topics we discussed are: 1. Bringing your own energy to your marriage, and having your own identity in marriage. 2. Surrounding yourself with people who inspire you to bring the best out of you. 3. Dealing with little…
  • 016 Investing In Your Marriage With Jim and Teresa Adams

    Marcus and Ashley
    29 Dec 2014 | 8:43 pm
    In this weeks episode, our guests are Jim and Teresa Adams. Jim and Teresa have been married for more than 29 years, have 4 children, and live in Jackson, Mississipi. Jim is certified marriage coach, and Teresa is a licensed professional counselor. Together, they co-host The Family Matters First podcast. Description of  First Year in one or two words Learning experience. Some of the topics we discussed are: 1. How to enjoy your hobbies after marriage. 2. How to decrease, and allow your marriage to increase. 3. Investing in your marriage How to Listen to this episode Click on the Player…
  • 015 Emergency Mode, Our First Year Story

    Marcus and Ashley
    22 Dec 2014 | 7:06 pm
    In this week’s episode, we share our first year of marriage story. Description of  First Year in one or two words Emergency mode.  Some of the topics we discussed are: 1. Marcus facing deportation, and the financial difficulties that we went through. 2. Letting go of insecurities. 3. Learning how to become selfless, and to communicate better. How to Listen to this episode Click on the Player below the title of this episode. You can also listen on iTunes or Stitcher Radio. If viewing this in email, click here. Marriage Resources Mentioned The Total Money Makeover Love & Respect…
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    Dating and Relationship Tips

  • Signs your Man is a Keeper

    23 Jan 2015 | 11:12 pm
    Men come in different forms, shapes and sizes. While some may look so cute like a beautiful gift wrapped in a box, there aren't so cute when you open them and see their true colours. When it comes to such men, the earlier you lose them, the better for you if you want to maintain your sanity. But wait a minute, all men aren't the same. In the midst of the bad eggs, there are some whom you’d want to have with you for the rest of your life; losing him will be a great mistake on your part. In order to avoid such a mistake, you need to know signs your man is a keeper. You are interested in that,…
  • How to Date a Workaholic Man Successfully

    18 Jan 2015 | 4:30 pm
    Dating is meant to be fun and more. Traditionally, couples are supposed to spend quality time together, share stories about their daily encounters and whine about everything they find unappealing. Having a man to listen to you as you narrate events in your little world gives you that feeling of comfort. As cute as having your man candy around all the time might seem, that’s not always the case in today’s world. Sadly, he may not always be there by your side. He may not have the time to always listen to you talk, play with you and hold you close…. that’s the reality of dating in the…
  • Signs A Man is Disrespectful to Women

    15 Jan 2015 | 9:16 pm
    When you fantasized about having your prince charming coming into your life and making you whole, one who would treat you like a lady was all you could think of. How badly you wanted a man who would love you, but you never imagined that you would have to give up the respect that you deserved in exchange for his love. And no, you weren’t having too many expectations. Who says a man cannot love and respect you at the same time? The signs of a disrespectful man may not be boldly written on his forehead, but there are red flags to look out for.5 Signs A Man is Disrespectful…
  • Merry Christmas: Amazing facts about Christmas

    25 Dec 2014 | 5:00 am
    Merry Christmas to you! We waited so long for it, and now it’s here, finally. I bet you weren't left out in the preparations. Well, we all had to join the world in this wonderful celebration. However, we shouldn't get carried away by the buzz and forget the essence of this great day. It’s indeed a day to celebrate the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ, the redeemer, who came to save us from the condemnation of sin. His birth signifies salvation, love and freedom amongst other things. And these great phenomena, give us unending joy….While we are basking in the euphoria of the season,…
  • Best Christmas Gifts for your Man

    21 Dec 2014 | 10:54 pm
    It’s still the merry merry season! And while people all over the world celebrate the birth of Christ, couples make the best of the situation by rekindling their love and making what they have stronger and sweeter. So, your man always goes out his way to get you lovely presents, and you want to surprise him this Xmas by getting something nice for him too. If you need the best Christmas gifts for your man, then you are about to find out some of them in this piece.4 Best Christmas Gifts for your Man•Cologne This item never goes missing on the list of best Xmas gifts for men. And…
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  • Stuck.

    optjedi
    22 Jan 2015 | 6:37 pm
    Considering my last post was about ED, I feel as if I new to clarify my point of view on this. We’ve had conversations about his ED and sexual appetite (or lack thereof). Honestly, I feel as if I don’t have a choice. I don’t want to emasculate him by reminding him that he can’t perform; and I wasn’t going to. The problem is, my boyfriend doesn’t see his ED as a problem. He says that he’s gotten over it at a certain age, since thinking about it was going to make it worse. I understand to an extent. It’s one thing to put it in the back of your…
  • ED: a super serial confession about erectile dysfunction

    optjedi
    19 Jan 2015 | 7:19 pm
    I know I’ve written a couple of posts questioning my boyfriend’s sexual libido. As readers may now have guessed, I believe sex is an important part of a relationship. I’ve been thinking day and night on how we could improve our sex life, or at least make it pleasurable for him. But I believe I’ve finally hit a conclusion. I’ve always had a gut feeling that my boyfriend had ED, but I didn’t want to put labels on it until I heard the word from him. The last thing he needed was his girlfriend questioning his manhood. Funny thing is, he thought he had told me…
  • New Years Sex and Resolutions

    optjedi
    5 Jan 2015 | 5:07 pm
    “Distance makes the heart grow fonder” My boyfriend went away for a week to his hometown for the Christmas break, and came back a day before New Year’s Eve. Although it was just a week, I believe I experienced something called “holy-crap-I-miss-you-for-inappropriate-reasons-that-cannot-be-discussed-with-anybody-during-Christmas-dinner”. There was just something there. Counting down the days until I got to pounce on him, rip up his shirt, tease him while nipping at his bottom lip. There was just something there. As soon as he got back, we decided to wait a touch…
  • The Beta Male that tried to be an Alpha

    optjedi
    17 Nov 2014 | 9:11 pm
    Once upon a time, a girl realized that her boyfriend was part of the “beta male” mix, along with Jim Halpert from The Office and Ben Wyatt from Parks and Rec. And one day this Beta male, realizing that he was Beta, decided to try being an Alpha male towards his girlfriend. He thought of clever ways to assert his dominance, but could think of telling her he was “asserting his dominance”. That in itself was so Beta male of him, that it backfired, and his girlfriend giggled like an idiot for the rest of the night. Now I want to say that that was the end of the story, but…
  • How?

    optjedi
    13 Nov 2014 | 12:49 pm
    “How do I know if he really loves me” sang the great Whitney Houston. Of anybody remembers that jam, fantastic! For those of you who have no idea what song I’m referring to, I think those lines pretty much explain the song. The age old question: how do I know? It’s tough, since the other gender is as confusing as rocket science. And it doesn’t help that it’s all about you. Personally, I’m one of those people who can analyze the shit out of other people’s relationships. I use to predict how long they would go out for, and how compatible they…
 
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  • Our First Bridal Expo

    Chris Martin
    25 Jan 2015 | 2:30 am
    During my visit to the USA this December, Chelsea and I decided to visit our first Bridal Expo. It was pure coincidence that the show happened to be in town at the same time I was visiting, but even so we still wanted to make the most of the opportunity and visit while we had […] The post Our First Bridal Expo appeared first on Love My Brit .
  • Our Perfect Wedding Venue – The Alverton

    Chris Martin
    20 Jan 2015 | 2:35 am
    Chelsea and I have been planning to get married for some time now. While we are not yet engaged (watch this space), this has not stopped us talking about plans for the wedding. In particular, the visa that we are applying for requires proof of a planned wedding, which means we have started looking into […] The post Our Perfect Wedding Venue – The Alverton appeared first on Love My Brit .
  • A LDR Meet-up with Davy & Jane

    Chris Martin
    14 Jan 2015 | 2:30 am
    Over the past few months, Chelsea and I have been talking online with fellow long distance couple Davy & Jane. We met Davy & Jane through Twitter, and asked if we could feature them on our blog (which you can read here). After getting to know them a bit more, we found out that Jane […] The post A LDR Meet-up with Davy & Jane appeared first on Love My Brit .
  • Where to Find More Help with the UK Fiancé Visa

    Chris Martin
    6 Jan 2015 | 2:00 am
    Applying for the UK  fiancé visa can be a long and complicated process. It is daunting, in fact, when you first begin researching and don’t really know where to begin. There is a lot of information available, but not all of it is up to date or current. That can make finding out what you […] The post Where to Find More Help with the UK Fiancé Visa appeared first on Love My Brit .
  • The UK Fiancé Visa: A Guide for the Applicant

    Chris Martin
    30 Dec 2014 | 2:00 am
    The process for applying for the UK fiancé visa is a very complicated one. Both applicant and sponsor will have to provide a significant amount of documentation to prove to immigration officials that your marriage is not fraudulent. We have already discussed those that your sponsor will need to provide; you can find a breakdown […] The post The UK Fiancé Visa: A Guide for the Applicant appeared first on Love My Brit .
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    Miso N. Grey: The Relationship Doctor.

  • Tier 3 Women: The Reason for Misogyny.

    Miso N. Grey
    20 Jan 2015 | 9:51 pm
    If he’s married and fishing, something went very wrong. My son thinks he’s ready for that talk. No, not that talk – we’ve already had that one. When he was younger, I promised him I would slowly unravel the secrets of wisdom in everything that matters – work, wealth, and women. The latter seems to be the most popular lately. As an early bloomer with my first girlfriend at six, I thought it might be better to impart certain knowledge sooner rather than later, before he makes any of the stupid mistakes I made. I thought my first wife was a Tier 1, but I was…
  • Catcalling and the new feminist revolution.

    Miso N. Grey
    3 Nov 2014 | 10:45 am
    Most modern democracies celebrate the very important freedoms of speech and expression. One look at Iraq, Egypt, or even India will help you realize how valuable that freedom is. American women cherish their freedom to choose a mate, a religion, and not to wear a burka. And somehow, that’s not enough for some women. Quite a few women believe they have a democratic right to selectively not hear things they don’t want to hear — but that rule should apply only to certain people. That’s an impossible balance. I can’t figure out how all that could possibly…
  • Why I became a bad boy.

    Miso N. Grey
    21 Sep 2014 | 5:15 pm
    Mr. Grey will see you now. I was once a nice guy who used to run a retail computer repair store. Turns out that nice guys are a terrible businessmen, as I found out in a particularly rude manner. For almost nine years, we had a policy of free diagnoses for customer computers. We’d let people bring their computers in and we’d run several tests, utilizing pricey tools and a tremendous amount of time in an effort to figure out what was ailing their computers. Most folks had us perform at least a minor paid repair. Late one afternoon, a gentleman wandered into my store with a broken…
  • #$%&@#!! Menopause.

    Miso N. Grey
    14 Sep 2014 | 9:56 am
    Time for a beverage. It’s nine AM on Sunday morning. In twenty-four hours from now, I’ll be wasting my time and talent at my dead-end job hating life wishing the weekend was here again. It’s in my best interest, for my health and sanity, for Sunday to be a good day. I have trained myself to consciously keep this in mind as I tiptoe through the minefield of reality in my domestic existence, usually biting my tongue until it bleeds. My experience in life has shown me there is a light at the end of the tunnel with regard to women and hormonal imbalances. By the time a woman…
  • Women’s Obsession With Tall Men: The Problem With 6’2″

    Miso N. Grey
    4 Sep 2014 | 2:31 pm
    Abdul Jabber: the tallest man Dubai. Image courtesy of Darrin Jenkins. Back in high school and college, it was commonplace to see tall men surrounded by the opposite sex. It seems people clamor to be around tall people as if it helps them elevate their own social standing. Back in my own heyday, I stood at just about six feet tall, so you’re wrong if you assumed that I was writing this article as some angry short guy. Ironically, even though I’ve always been crazy secure, my homies averaged 6’4″. Still not sure how that worked out. This article refers to the truly…
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    Love AnyWay

  • Greener Grass and More Questions

    Kenda-Ruth Stumpf
    3 Jan 2015 | 8:52 am
    Ask a Question – Quick Answers I receive a lot of questions that have pretty quick answers and I have not known what to do with them. Well DUH, I finally realized I can just put several into a single post–actually a recurring non-series since so many questions have quick answers. Since my husband had a good life and marriage, won’t he miss it? Can the affair partner give him more than me—Is it true about greener grass?  Does an alienator have more to offer—is this a case of greener grass? No and happiness in affairs is a façade. It’s not about what she can give him;…
  • Tolerance: Coexisting with Respect and Peace

    Kenda-Ruth Stumpf
    13 Dec 2014 | 5:30 am
    Learning Tolerance as We Grow I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about this post while writing it and some time sitting on it while not writing it. It is normal as a community grows that changes upset some and as we have grown we have become more diverse. Here at The Hero’s Spouse we have some who fear that we are moving away from our Standing roots and others on the opposite side who are concerned that we are not accepting enough of the reality of MLC marital outcomes—divorce. We have religious LBSs who feel they are mistreated because of their faith and less religious or…
  • Authentic Self or Midlife Crisis?

    Kenda-Ruth Stumpf
    7 Sep 2014 | 5:00 am
    Ask a Question James Hollis and Jungian psychology advocates the individual at midlife find their authentic self and recover the life you are meant to be living. Indeed, by staying with your family and friends and not fulfilling your true potential you are doing your children and spouse a disservice. My soon to be ex-husband has used these compelling arguments to leave me and my two children and blame me for everything that has gone wrong in his life so far. He is now living a full and happy life with his personal assistant who is 13 years younger and is cutting financial support to me and…
  • Walk-Away Wife Versus Midlife Crisis

    Kenda-Ruth Stumpf
    1 Sep 2014 | 6:30 am
    Ask a Question I‘m curious on your thoughts on Midlife Crisis vs Walk-Away Wife – do you think these are two separate things and if so how to categorize one vs the other. Yes, they are separate, but I’m sure there are situations where both are at play—so if the woman were not having an MLC she would still be walking away. Consider the differences. Walk-Away Wife She starts out with pursuit-complaints because she does not feel her husband is attentive enough. Result: he withdraws. Eventually she switches to nagging or insulting-complaints rather than complaints about…
  • I Love You But I’m Not In-Love With You

    Kenda-Ruth Stumpf
    20 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    I Love You But I’m Not In-Love With You I’ve decided to write on this not because I think you are all wondering what it means, but because many newbies may need to find us and they will search I Love You But I’m Not In-Love With You (also known as ILYBINILWY) because they may not have thought of searching midlife crisis…yet. So I googled it to see what’s out there. A lot of the writers are trying to explain what it means—as though it is meant to be taken literally. I’m sure there are some who mean it that way—and I’d bet more of those are…
 
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    Quips and Tips for Love and Relationships

  • 5 Ways to Get Revenge on Your Ex – Without Losing Your Soul

    Laurie
    23 Jan 2015 | 9:46 am
    These tips for getting revenge on your ex are inspired by the parable of a princess warrior who got even with those who hurt her, but she paid a great price. Here’s how to get revenge on your ex without destroying yourself – or your soul – in the process. Have you read Oh, The The post 5 Ways to Get Revenge on Your Ex – Without Losing Your Soul appeared first on Quips and Tips for Love and Relationships.
  • Accepting a Breakup – 5 Tips From Pandora’s Box

    Laurie
    20 Jan 2015 | 11:15 am
    These tips for accepting a breakup are inspired by the parable of Pandora’s Box, and will help you heal after breaking up with someone you care about. Complete acceptance after breaking up may not be achievable, but you will eventually move forward into a happier, healthier stage of your life. How to Let Go of The post Accepting a Breakup – 5 Tips From Pandora’s Box appeared first on Quips and Tips for Love and Relationships.
  • End of Life Care for Your Husband – Home or Hospice?

    Laurie
    16 Jan 2015 | 11:42 am
    A palliative care nurse shares her opinion about providing end of life care for your husband at home versus in hospice. She describes end of life care issues, problems, and blessings. When you said “til death do us part”, you probably weren’t thinking about providing end of life care at home for your husband. I The post End of Life Care for Your Husband – Home or Hospice? appeared first on Quips and Tips for Love and Relationships.
  • How to Start the Separation Process

    Laurie
    13 Jan 2015 | 10:07 am
    These five tips on starting the process of separating from your husband or common-law partner are based on the Parable of the Pony, and inspired by a reader’s question on my article about the warning signs of a bad relationship. In Divorce Poison: How to Protect Your Family from Bad-Mouthing and Brainwashing, Dr. Richard A. The post How to Start the Separation Process appeared first on Quips and Tips for Love and Relationships.
  • How to Catch a Liar

    Laurie
    5 Jan 2015 | 9:44 am
    These six ways to catch a lie are inspired by Shiva and Shakti’s parable about a bag of gold, and based on psychology research about catching liars. You don’t need a lie detector test to know if your boyfriend or husband is lying to you. If you want to become adept at knowing when someone The post How to Catch a Liar appeared first on Quips and Tips for Love and Relationships.
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    CityPeople News » Relationship & Sex

  • 11 signs that will help you know if you are ” in love” or just “love”

    citypeoplenews
    26 Jan 2015 | 5:45 am
    26 January 2015 | 1:44 pm Falling in love isn’t as obvious as you’d think. There’s no such thing as love at first sight — not real love, anyway. Love takes time to build; it requires nurturing. Even falling in love takes time. Especially if we’re still recovering from previous relationships. We don’t realize we’re in love the second we fall into it. Instead, the realization takes the form of an epiphany and hits us when we least expect it. You have to be in love first in order to understand you are in love — it’s only logical. There are, however, some little, unobvious…
  • MUST READ: My Boyfriend’s Father Is Very Good In The Bedroom

    citypeoplenews
    25 Jan 2015 | 11:56 pm
       I know that this is not something that many ladies want to talk about even though they are in the same situation but am matured, I no my left from my right and I want your readers to see things from my own point of view. My story is brief and straight to the point: I’m a 38yr old lady who is independent but I regret not getting married in my mid and late 20s when men were in serious demand for my hand in marriage. I kept saying I was not ready and now I blame myself for all the shit I’m facing after I turned 33 five years ago. But I met this young guy, he’s 30yr old. I…
  • 6 Foods that could be killing your libido

    citypeoplenews
    25 Jan 2015 | 9:44 pm
    6 Foods that could be killing your libido People don’t often think about how the food they’re eating may be affecting their sex drive, but there are foods that can make your libido plummet. 1. Soy This one is particularly applicable to men. A study down at Harvard University showed a direct link between how much soy a man consumes and how much testosterone he has. The more soy he ate, the less testosterone he produced! Testosterone is a vital hormone linked to sex drive. 2. Mint Mint produces menthol, which has a cooling effect on the body. However, it can also have a cooling effect on…
  • 8 Tips to Handle a Man Who’s Bad in Bed

    citypeoplenews
    25 Jan 2015 | 8:46 am
    8 Tips to Handle a Man Who’s Bad in Bed He is the man of your dreams; you love him with all your heart. But one fine day, when you do decide to take the plunge and have mind-blowing sex with him, you realise it’s anything but mind-blowing! When it comes to his moves in the bedroom, he’s so bad you want to run over him with a truck. Ouch! Well, breaking up with him doesn’t seem fair, does it? Thank god there’s hope. Take a look at these moves that are bound to bring in the passion between the sheets even if you’re partner lacks the spark! Do a little digging: Find out why his moves…
  • 6 Things men secretly love about the women in their lives

    citypeoplenews
    25 Jan 2015 | 1:45 am
    6 Things men secretly love about the women in their lives If you’ve been with your husband, fiancé or boyfriend for a while, you may have noticed that he is quite vocal about some things (e.g., sports), but perhaps quite muted about others (e.g., your relationship). Not that sports are not important — believe me, they are — but when it comes to critical relationship questions, many women ask, “What is he really thinking?” The silence can be frustrating, especially with your relationship on the line. “I wish I knew what my man really thinks about… (blank),” many women say.
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    After the Affair - Infidelity Healing

  • Being Married Makes Us Happier, But We Still Cheat

    Mellie
    25 Jan 2015 | 5:27 am
    If you’re one of the lucky ones, you’re married to your soul mate. On a certain level we all seem to sense this is the best formula for happiness, but now a new study from the National Bureau of Economic Research gives us some clinical support for what we always felt to be true. Claire Cain Miller explored the study for the New York Times and discovered some convincing evidence in support of marriage. In her article, Study Finds More Reasons to Get and Stay Married, Ms. Miller relates that while the scientific world has always known that married people tend to be happier, there…
  • How Cheating Happens, When You’re Married [Infographic]

    Mellie
    18 Jan 2015 | 10:15 am
    As many as one-third of men and one-fifth of women cheat. Luckily, most people seem to tone it down after they get married. For married couples, 22% of men and 14% of women admit to cheating on their spouses. Who are these people who cheat, even after taking their vows of marriage? Is there a way to tell if your spouse is one of them? How does cheating happen? Can a marriage be saved after cheating? Who’s Doing All This Cheating? Turns out there are behaviors associated with cheating- like a “tell” in poker, these characteristics are more likely to point to infidelity:…
  • When a Spouse Cheats What to Tell the Kids

    Mellie
    11 Jan 2015 | 9:41 am
    It’s so hard to know what to do if your spouse cheats and repercussions happen that affect the children. Whether it is a period of separation, or emotional trauma happening in the household, or worse, a divorce – the kids end up being affected. You can lessen the trauma on the kids if you know what to say to them. Here’s what you need to know in order to decide whether or not to tell the kids about the affair. The Children Are Your First Priority Both of you must take the time to remember, that no matter what you’re going through yourselves, the children have to come first.
  • Love Overboard – Weekly Marriage Relationship Advice Roundup

    Mellie
    4 Jan 2015 | 3:22 pm
    What To Do If You Think Your Marriage is Toxic We all know that marriage is easy at first. If you’ve been married for a few years, you also know that wedded bliss doesn’t last forever. It’s simply not the same as the years tick by! A happy marriage takes work and it’s not always fun…but how do you tell the difference between a marriage that simply needs some attention, and one that’s become toxic over the years? Of course that’s hard to say, since every couple is unique. But if you take a look at the steps below, there’s a pretty good chance…
  • Book Review: How to Help Your Spouse Heal from Your Affair

    Mellie
    31 Dec 2014 | 9:44 am
    All too often the spouse who had the affair wants to “move on” once everything is out in the open, but for the betrayed spouse, the hurt continues on whether they want it to or not. “Moving on” isn’t even an option especially in the early stages after D-Day. However, a couple could still rebuild trust and love. The degree and period of recovery are largely affected by the behaviors of the cheater. However, a lot of cheaters don’t understand the emotions of their partners and don’t have any idea of the things they need to do to rebuild trust. Reading books can…
 
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    HUSBANDOLOGY

  • 5 Quick And Easy Ways to Honor Your Wife

    Meetch
    22 Jan 2015 | 1:27 pm
    There is a great book written by Jeff Olson called The Slight Edge. I try to read it at least once a month. If you haven’t already read it, I urge you go to pick up a copy. Jeff talks about how our future successes and failures are quite simply determined by the tiniest, seemingly insignificant actions that we take (or neglect to take) on a regular basis. Things like eating an apple a day … saving ten percent of your income … exercising on a consistent basis … We either do these things or we don’t … and not just every once in a while. I’m talking…
  • Eroticitis of the Brain: Hard To Detect, Even Harder To Escape, Part 2

    Meetch
    20 Jan 2015 | 11:46 am
    In the last issue of Husbands of Kaizen, we talked about how much contemporary culture has sexualized pretty much everything and where the man stands in societies’ Sexhibitionist Initiative. Thus amping up each man’s Eroticitis of the Brain — a compulsion and obsession with sex. But as much as contemporary culture has its part in our own Eroticitis of the Brain, a wise husband knows that he has to be accountable for his own thoughts, attitudes, and decisions — all of which determine the level of his effectiveness in marriage. He knows that he must get a handle on it;…
  • Eroticitis Of The Brain: Hard To Detect, Even Harder To Escape, Part 1

    Meetch
    16 Jan 2015 | 1:59 pm
    Sex sells … It always has and it always will. And guess what? We all buy it (men and women, single and married). We are all obsessed and compelled by it, ushering it into our being, through the subconscious. To think you’re an exception is like living in Los Angeles and claiming that your body is Smog Proof. It just ain’t so. I call this obsession, this compulsion for sex … Eroticitis of the Brain — and us men have a tendency to suffer from it more than our counterparts. What’s so surprising is that this epidemic of sexual excitation is praised in…
  • Why Your Ego Sneaks A Peek Every Time “Wifey” Takes A Shower

    Meetch
    12 Jan 2015 | 1:35 pm
    Your ego can be a pervert. Yes, a sneaky, manipulative perv just dying to watch your wife naked every time she hops in the shower. He wants so bad for you to turn your eye, or neglect your protective role, just for a moment so he can get what he wants. And every time your ego outwits you, or imposes its will over you, that’s exactly what happens … Ego gets a free peep show … and sometimes even more. He might act like he’s defending you at times; like he’s your friend who will defend you when you and your wife are bickering, but in reality he’s just…
  • How Jiu Jitsu Made Me A More Affectionate Husband

    Meetch
    10 Jan 2015 | 12:23 pm
    Toward the end of 2012, I made a decision to do something that I’ve always aspired to do … train in the ground fighting art of jiu-jitsu. Back in the early 90’s, Royce Gracie, one of the living legends of the Brazilian Martial Art, consistently defeated men of a much greater physical stature. (Just type “Royce Gracie” in Youtube to see what I mean.) He set a standard for modern UFC fighters. Being a small guy with average athletic ability, I was inspired. But it took me twenty years before I would take up this unique system of self-defense and to realize the…
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  • Match.com reviews- Good online dating site that could be more modern

    Johan
    23 Jan 2015 | 9:00 am
    Match.com reviews Match.com is one the biggest online dating sites in the world. And it is a site that allows you a lot of freedom. There is no specific rule on how to fill out your profile. You are free to fill out the questions that you feel define yourself the best. This could stuff […] The post Match.com reviews- Good online dating site that could be more modern appeared first on Cupidious.com.
  • Love song of the week #6 Bruce springsteen the river

    Johan
    21 Jan 2015 | 9:00 am
    Bruce springsteen the river Bruce springsteen the river lyrics: I come from down in the valley Where mister when you’re young They bring you up to do like your daddy done Me and Mary we met in high school When she was just seventeen We’d ride out of this valley down to where the fields […] The post Love song of the week #6 Bruce springsteen the river appeared first on Cupidious.com.
  • Top 10 strategies on how to get a guy to ask you out

    Johan
    17 Jan 2015 | 9:00 am
    10 strategies on how to get a guy to ask you out Have you been looking for ways to make him ask you out? And have you been looking for ways to make him want you? How did it go? If you really want to succeed, you have to make sure you have fun. And […] The post Top 10 strategies on how to get a guy to ask you out appeared first on Cupidious.com.
  • Love song of the week #5 Sam Smith, “Stay With Me”- Sam smith singer

    Johan
    14 Jan 2015 | 9:00 am
    Stay With Me”- Sam smith singer   Lyrics: [Verse 1:] Sam smith singer Guess it’s true, I’m not good at a one-night stand But I still need love ’cause I’m just a man These nights never seem to go to plan I don’t want you to leave, will you hold my hand? [Chorus:] Sam Smith Singer […] The post Love song of the week #5 Sam Smith, “Stay With Me”- Sam smith singer appeared first on Cupidious.com.
  • 4 steps to know How to break up with your boyfriend without hurting him

    Andrea
    12 Jan 2015 | 9:00 am
    How to break up with your boyfriend without hurting him Not many people want to hurt the person they once loved. That is especially true if you have nothing to blame him for, but being himself. Do you know why breaking up makes us feel guilty? Immediately we feel like we are the wicked, the […] The post 4 steps to know How to break up with your boyfriend without hurting him appeared first on Cupidious.com.
 
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  • How to Be a Good Step Dad

    Kellye Laughery
    21 Jan 2015 | 11:00 am
    If you are concerned with being a good step dad, you’re not alone. Just as the role of being a parent is confusing, exhausting, rewarding, and not for the faint of heart, being a step parent is even more of … Continue reading → The post How to Be a Good Step Dad appeared first on The Center For Family Unity - San Diego, CA.
  • Bonding with Stepchildren

    Kellye Laughery
    14 Jan 2015 | 10:55 am
    Bonding with stepchildren isn’t always easy. Often, it takes more time than parents wish it did. Instead of trying to rush the process of becoming close, counselors at The Center For Family Unity encourage you to: Enjoy your alone time, … Continue reading → The post Bonding with Stepchildren appeared first on The Center For Family Unity - San Diego, CA.
  • Treating Anxiety in Children

    Kellye Laughery
    7 Jan 2015 | 11:21 am
    Does your son or daughter react to situations in a noticeably different way than his or her peers? You’re not alone. We hear parents express this concern often at The Center For Family Unity. Treating anxiety in children is different … Continue reading → The post Treating Anxiety in Children appeared first on The Center For Family Unity - San Diego, CA.
  • How to be a Better Spouse in 2015

    Kellye Laughery
    31 Dec 2014 | 11:27 am
    How To Be A Better Spouse In 2015 Identify one specific behavior you want to change. Just one. Make a list of small, realistic action steps you can take on a daily basis to change your bigger behavior concern. Learn … Continue reading → The post How to be a Better Spouse in 2015 appeared first on The Center For Family Unity - San Diego, CA.
  • Christian Divorce

    Kellye Laughery
    30 Dec 2014 | 10:40 am
    Christians Divorce Are you a Christian considering divorce? Here are 8 things you should do before you see a lawyer: Mobilize a Christian support team that will pray for you and the restoration of your marriage. Ask God to show … Continue reading → The post Christian Divorce appeared first on The Center For Family Unity - San Diego, CA.
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  • Four Ways To Get Men To Commit That You Probably Didn’t Know!

    William
    22 Jan 2015 | 10:13 am
    Are you in a relationship with a man who won’t commit? Or, does he think he’s in a relationship at all?Men can be mysterious creatures. Ask a man what the score of the football game was and not only will he tell you the score, but he’ll tell you why the score was what it was. But, ask him about his feelings, and he’ll clam up faster than a monk who has taken a vow of silence. Don’t get me wrong, not all men are […]
  • Figuring Out What Your Man Really Wants!

    William
    21 Jan 2015 | 8:36 am
    There are hundreds of jokes about men having a phobia of commitment. It’s the basic of countless romantic comedies, and it’s probably one of the more popular stereotypes out there. The image of the man as a constantly-roving, always-restless animal is fairly popular, and there seems to be a lot of anecdotal evidence to back things up. In reality, commitment isn’t a thing that comes easy to most people – male or female – and men are culturally indoctrinated into wanting to be on the […]
  • One Simple Way To Get Your Man To Fully Commit!

    William
    21 Jan 2015 | 2:20 am
    Hey, Just wanted to share this pretty compelling and somewhat shocking video we recently found, related to getting your man to commit and learning what men want.
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