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  • Low Self-Esteem can Damage your Relationship

    Relationship World
    Sandra Fisher
    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…
  • Mating in Captivity: Sex, Lies and Domestic Bliss

    Best Ever Love Life
    Bell
    28 Jul 2014 | 8:50 am
    Title: MATING IN CAPTIVITY: Sex, Lies and Domestic Bliss Author:  ESTHER PEREL Genre: Health, Family & Lifestyle > Self Help RRP:  £9.99 (paperback) £5.99 (Kindle) Publisher:  Hodder Published – 16 February 2012  Length: 276 pages  Official Site:  www.estherperel.com   Book Description: “When you love someone, how does it feel? And when you desire someone, how is it different? In Mating in Captivity, Esther Perel looks at the story of sex in committed couples. Modern romance promises it all – a lifetime of togetherness, intimacy and erotic desire. In…
  • Venus in Cancer — July 18, 2014 — Aug 12, 2014

    Ask the Astrologers » Relationships
    Melodie
    17 Jul 2014 | 11:03 pm
    Venus enters Cancer on July 18, 2014 at 14:06 UT (10:06 am EDT). Venus in Cancer natives are known for being sensitive, affectionate and loving. This is a very feminine archetype. Even the strongest, most independent and assertive Venus in Cancer people – both male and female — are apt to express themselves in traditionally feminine ways, such as nurturing, caring for and comforting others. When it comes to relationships, they tend to mother their partners as well. They may be passive or indirect in the early stages, but this is because they have a lot of fears — mostly…
  • The Right Way to Be Wrong

    Relationships
    Kaja Perina
    1 Aug 2014 | 12:53 pm
    Notes from our issue on love and lust, parenting in the age of "childolatry," cultivating math aptitude and more.. read more
  • Love, Ethiopia

    Bubbles. Deux.
    Dee Dee Mozeleski
    2 Jul 2014 | 11:25 am
    All you need is love… Being in Ethiopia reminds me of something, and until this afternoon, I was trying to figure out what. Then, after realizing our new garden project is shaped in the form of a heart and having another stone heart pointed out to me when we arrived at our guest lodge, I understood what I had forgotten. You travel 17+ hours, brave lost luggage, exhaustion to the point of dropping, long days and even longer nights because of love. Everyone who works for Seeds of Africa does so because they’ve found something to love. Perhaps it’s education or community…
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  • Panouri solare

    James
    31 Jul 2014 | 6:55 am
    Un panou solar este de fapt un dispozitiv care permite colectarea și transformarea energiei solare în energie electrică sau chiar caldura. Conceptul de panouri solare Panourile solare sunt cunoscute ca panouri radiante fotovoltaice si atomii care sunt prezenti în aceste panouri sunt atrasi prin acțiunea energiei solare. Acești atomi sunt prezenți într-un strat de siliciu, care se află între două panouri cunoscute ca panouri protector. O formațiune de curent electric are loc ca urmare a acțiunii de electroni din atomii menționate anterior,  iar acestea sunt apoi utilizate de…
  • Aplicații pentru iPhone

    James
    24 Jul 2014 | 7:06 am
    Telefonul inteligent și iPhone-ul par a fi în competiție foarte strâns unele cu altele. Telefonul inteligent se pare ca este cel mai apropiat comparația cu iPhone-ul cu aspectul său, design si caracteristici. Există totuși unele caracteristici care trage cele două în afară. Cea mai tare iPhone gadget mână este, fără îndoială, cel mai bun telefon pentru toți oamenii de internet savvy din lume. Aici sunt unele dintre sfaturile de care se va adăuga doar până la distracție de a folosi acest obiect gadget extins mână. Gândiți-vă la a fi, fără a iPhone-ul de ceva timp…
  • Cum coenzima Q10 poate beneficia sanatatii tale

    James
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:33 am
    Știați că există un supliment care poate întări inima, muschi si organe? Coenzima Q10 a început să primească o mulțime de atenție, datorită beneficiilor sale de sănătate potențiale. Cu toate acestea, mulți oameni care ar trebui să fie luat aceasta nu sunt, deoarece acestea nu au nici o idee despre efectele sale. Ce este Coenzima Q10? Înțelegerea CoQ10 va face îți dai seama cât de important această substanță este de a ajuta mentine corpul activ și sănătos. Celulele au o structură numite mitocondrii, care are grasimi si zaharuri și le transformă în energie. Este…
  • Fapte interesante despre Mercedes-Benz

    James
    23 Jul 2014 | 7:21 am
    Mercedes-Benz este de fapt un producător german de automobile high-end, autobuze, camioane și autocare. Inca de la Organizatia a fost fondata in 1886, a fost o divizie a societății-mamă, Daimler AG. Mercedes-Benz este bine cunoscut din cauza calității lor și robustețe de automobile lor. Cantitatea de caracteristici tehnologice și de securitate care Mercedes a adus la industria este incomensurabil și a devenit o caracteristică necesară în aproape toate celelalte vehicule. Enumerate aici sunt unele fapte interesante despre Mercedes-Benz. Automobile Mercedes-Benz au fost observate…
 
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  • Are You in a Relationship with an Unavailable Person?

    Judith Orloff, M.D.
    1 Aug 2014 | 2:51 pm
    For a relationship to work, a soul connection must go both ways. Even if the intuitive bond you feel is authentic, it can remain unrealized. Learn the red flags to watch for in a commitment-phobic person.read more
  • The Right Way to Be Wrong

    Kaja Perina
    1 Aug 2014 | 12:53 pm
    Notes from our issue on love and lust, parenting in the age of "childolatry," cultivating math aptitude and more.. read more
  • Bleeding for Conflict, Sweating for Peace

    Shawn M. Burn, Ph.D.
    1 Aug 2014 | 12:22 pm
    Psychologist Morton Deutsch likened destructive conflicts to malignant tumors; growing out of control and enmeshing participants in a web of hostile interactions and defensive maneuvers that make them feel less secure, more vulnerable, and more burdened. Understanding these common conflict dynamics can help reduce destructive conflict.read more
  • Is He Checking Her Out?

    Robert Biswas-Diener
    1 Aug 2014 | 11:40 am
    New research shows where he's really looking! read more
  • Don't Let Anger Wreck Your Career

    Andrea Brandt, Ph.D. M.F.T.
    1 Aug 2014 | 10:56 am
    From insecurity and helplessness to procrastination and wanting to give up, anger can make your work-life a struggle. This may come as a surprise, but anger can also benefit you at work. Anger is a normal, healthy emotion; it can sharpen your focus, make you feel more confident, motivate change, and stimulate your creativity and productivity. read more
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  • Supportive moms and sisters boost female baboon's rank

    30 Jul 2014 | 9:02 am
    A study of dominance in female baboons suggests that the route to a higher rank is to maintain close ties with mom, and to have lots of supportive sisters.
  • Social origins of intelligence in the brain

    29 Jul 2014 | 8:54 am
    By studying the injuries and aptitudes of Vietnam War veterans who suffered penetrating head wounds during the war, scientists are tackling -- and beginning to answer -- longstanding questions about how the brain works. The researchers found that brain regions that contribute to optimal social functioning also are vital to general intelligence and to emotional intelligence. This finding bolsters the view that general intelligence emerges from the emotional and social context of one's life.
  • Facial features are the key to first impressions

    28 Jul 2014 | 12:38 pm
    A new study shows that it is possible to accurately predict first impressions using measurements of physical features in everyday images of faces, such as those found on social media.
  • Why do men prefer nice women? Responsiveness and desire

    25 Jul 2014 | 8:07 am
    Does responsiveness increase sexual desire in the other person? Do men perceive responsive women as more attractive, and does the same hold true for women's perceptions of men? A recent study undertook to answer those questions.
  • It takes two to court: Pheromone that triggers mating found in mice

    25 Jul 2014 | 8:07 am
    The functions of two classes of pheromone receptors have been identified by researchers, who have also found pheromones crucial to triggering the mating process in mice. "Interestingly, the pheromone that tells other mice that 'I am female,' or the one that tells others, 'I am ovulating,' do not do much on their own," says the investigator who led the study. "But when the two are presented together, the male mice showed great interest in courting and mating with the female."
 
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  • "Battle of the Pink Balloons" by Desiree Diaz

    Waldorf College Creative Writing and English
    1 Aug 2014 | 1:22 pm
    Battle of the Pink Balloons By Desiree Diaz 2014 Salveson Prize in Prose   Emma leans back in the co
  • Harmony

    raelou618
    1 Aug 2014 | 1:21 pm
    Can you imagine a world with no wars where people live in complete harmony with one another? Well it’s a little hard to imagine since this world we live in now is filled with so much corruption caused by sin. One day we will know what that kind of place is like when we are united with Christ in paradise but until then… God does call us to prepare ourselves and to live this life we are given in glory to Him. From the tasks we are called to perform every day to the relationships we develop with others around us, everything should be done with the fruits of the spirit: love, joy,…
  • "Hidden Mickeys" by Andrea Slonecker

    Waldorf College Creative Writing and English
    1 Aug 2014 | 1:16 pm
    Hidden Mickeys By Andrea Slonecker   Karen rolled the scent of new carpet around the back of her nos
  • Broken, only to be put back together...

    Jeremiah
    1 Aug 2014 | 1:11 pm
    “Being completely broken is something that is necessary for God to change you. Yeah, it hurts a lot… But in the morning it will be so worth it. It’s something you would never sign up for, but also something you would never take back.” ~ Sheila Walsh
  • August 1 2014

    suzektyler
    1 Aug 2014 | 1:10 pm
    What a perfect way to start the month but with a massive fight that was indeed all my fault. I posted on whisper (an iPhone app) that I would like advice on dating an indian man and ended up talking to a man that married an indian women and she ultimately divorced him later after he found out she was cheating on him with her boss and only wanted him for a green card. We talked for hours about what happened to him and he was pulling apart Ash and I’s relationship with each skeptic thing he said, telling me to be careful, that he could be lying to me, and just using me and so many other…
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  • stressed

    Scared65
    1 Aug 2014 | 2:08 pm
    I have been married for 29 1/2 years. We married young, I was 19 and he was 21... we have 2 grown boys. We have been growing apart for years now and we have gone through alot of stressful situations, as closing our business due to economy, losing our home that our boys were raised in, and now living in a single wide trailer. We both have great jobs again and seem to be getting on our feet again. We have lived in separate bedrooms for the past 2 years, and have only had sex 1 time in 2 years. We are more like room mates, and friends, which we still do things together. We both are still young…
  • Happier without you

    Bodinho
    1 Aug 2014 | 1:59 pm
    Good Afternoon Everyone, don't really know if I'm doing this right, so here we go. I am 32 years old, my "wife" 30 and our little guy is almost 3 :( I will kind of start from where we are at right now and them have some flashbacks, as we get in to it: 3 days ago "wife" asked for a divorce out of the blue through an argument, I (being the nice guy) kept my cool and thought to myself (she's being hormonal), and told her that she needs to calm down and talk about this with a chilled mind. (not the first time she asked for a divorce, we did the whole MC thing, the MC said…
  • Hubby is trying

    koolmum
    1 Aug 2014 | 12:43 pm
    Ladies I love my guy. . He lost his job last year.. And he went back to work as a Contractor because he loves the work.. However financially We are struggling.. Should I give him time to Get it together?
  • Confused with Alcohlic Husband

    Island hopper
    1 Aug 2014 | 12:04 pm
    Hi Everyone My problem is with my high functioning alcoholic husband. Lately, on two occasions, while drunk my husband has said that "the worst day of his life is when he hooked up with me - how could I be so stupid". Of course he doesn't remember anything the next day. My question is this, when someone is drunk do you think they are revealing what is truly in their heart. When he's not drunk he says that I am the love of his life.. I am very confused by him. Thanks.
  • What is H Thinking? He asked for Divorce and Sex in the same night?

    rrhouse
    1 Aug 2014 | 11:59 am
    I'll probably delete this post later, but I'm so confused right now. I have a long back story in CWI, but the bottom line is I cheated, husband gave me another chance to R, and I screwed it up by kissing another man and using trickle truth to confess when we discovered I am pregnant about a week ago. Husband wants divorce and is going through some serious anger and pain. He asked me last night both for a) an abortion (he doesn't want the baby, because it'll remind him of deceit, and b) a divorce. He's serious. I'm trying really hard to accept my consequences for what I've done, and it's hard.
 
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  • Far from Heaven

    poinsecurra
    1 Aug 2014 | 9:47 am
    "That was the day I stopped believing in the wild ardor of things. Perhaps in love, as well. That kind of love. The love in books and films. The love that tells us to abandon our lives and plans, all for one brief touch of Venus. So often we fail at that kind of love. The world just seems too fragile a place for it. And of every other kind, life remains full. Perhaps it's just we who are too fragile." - Cathy Whitaker Dir: Todd Haynes  DoP: Edward Lachman  Year: 2002 This slideshow requires JavaScript.
  • Hero

    irisbonetphoto
    1 Aug 2014 | 9:41 am
    I was talking to a friend last night and I realized that a lot of us are in relationships because we are trying to be someone’s hero. What ends up happening, though, is we end up getting hurt and no one gets saved. You can’t be anyone’s hero. There is only one Savior and He already paid for us. So why do we try to save people? Why is it that periods of days without drama are so few and far between? Why can’t I look nice for myself without being questioned? Why does me not saying ‘I love you’ first even come up as an issue? I’m so tired of childish…
  • Someday

    Tobey
    1 Aug 2014 | 9:33 am
    Someday you will have regrets as well There will be a time when you will wish that you were kinder I
  • Availability For Tarot Card Readings On August 1, 2014

    queenofhearts58
    1 Aug 2014 | 9:20 am
    Are you considering your educational options? Are you considering what career focus you should take? Wondering which College to go to or whether you should go to College at all? Perhaps considering a Trade School instead? Will you get funding for school? Will a job or career be available for you when you do get your education of training? Should you pursue a higher degree in your field? There are so many options and directions you could take regarding your educational future. The Tarot cards can help you make these decisions. The cards will tell you yes or no to a specific question you have.
  • Merital Intimacy

    chaplainchucks
    1 Aug 2014 | 9:10 am
    Marital Intimacy After years of study and research, trial and error I finally figured out what women want and what men want. Women want their emotional needs met and men want sex. Ta-Da! There it is. That is all that every marriage relationship boils down to. Right? What? You mean there is more to relationships than just these two things? RATS! I could have sworn I had it all figured out this time. *Sighs* Ah well fine, let’s look at what God says about it then (he always has the right of the subject). Ephesians 5:24-25, 28-30 Now as the church submits to Christ, so also wives should submit…
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  • The Slow Date

    Sean
    30 Jul 2014 | 6:04 am
    Remember speed dating? You sit down and try to impress the person on the other side of the table in 30 seconds or less before moving on to the next person. How effective it actually is depends on each person. In marriage, we need to go on dates too. Obviously, we aren’t going to go out and meet other people (if you are, you probably shouldn’t be reading this blog). But, we need to make dating a priority and since we’re married, we have plenty of time. One idea for the actual type of date to go on is what I refer to as the Slow Date. What is the Slow Date? Going on a slow date simply…
  • Listening to be present

    Corey
    28 Jul 2014 | 6:03 am
    Listening to be present is written by Corey from: Simple Marriage ----------- A FEW THINGS WE LOVE: Simple Marriage's eCourses - marriage help from the comfort of your own phone. Sexy Marriage Radio
  • Comfort Sex

    Corey
    23 Jul 2014 | 7:09 am
    One thing that separates humans from all other species is our ability to make meaning out of things. The meaning we place on the things in our life are often more important than the things themselves. It’s not money, it’s safety from poverty or a way to get what you want. It’s not just a job, it’s a calling or it’s a means to an end. There is one area where meaning runs rampant … sex. It’s how you express love, experience pleasure, demonstrate power, connect, bond, play, submit, manage anxiety, confirm your sexiness, and on and on. So is it possible…
  • I wish you would stop …

    Corey
    21 Jul 2014 | 5:04 am
    Every marriage, every relationship, is fraught with perpetual problems and issues. It’s common that I will counsel a couple for several sessions, they reach their desired goals, and leave with renewed hope and energy for the marriage – then come back several years later still arguing about the same issues. While each person has changed and gained (or lost) a few pounds and wrinkles, they’re still having the same argument. Perhaps you’ve even seen this in your parent’s marriage, or in your grandparent’s. They fought about the same thing their entire life. One of the leaders in the…
  • Marriage Help, When Your Spouse Isn’t Interested

    Corey
    14 Jul 2014 | 7:51 am
    I regularly receive emails from readers looking for help with a struggle in their marriage. They disclose the issues they are having as well as their desire to work on making things better. The biggest reason many people in this type of situation fail to go to counseling is their spouse is uninterested in joining the process. Perhaps they have tried counseling before and not seen any results. Or they may have no interest in counseling since it’s only for “crazy” people. At least that’s what they think. You want to work on the marriage, but your spouse isn’t…
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  • More On Circular Dating

    Rori Raye
    28 Jul 2014 | 6:16 am
    Just to clarify – Circular Dating is not about dating. It doesn’t even need to INCLUDE “dating.” Circular Dating is a therapeutic tool for interacting with men out in the world and using my tools. Period. That can look like an encounter with the butcher at the market. A short conversation with a man at […] Related posts: Evan Marc Katz, Circular Dating, Putting Off Having A Boyfriend And “Ted” Circular Dating After 2 1/2 Years Evan Marc Katz And Rori “Square Off” About Circular Dating
  • Strong On the Inside and Soft On the Outside – How it Works

    Rori Raye
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:34 am
    Just got this letter from Cami – who’s having a great experience: “Hi Rori, Just wanted to check in with you. So last night we had a very good night for the most part. But a lot of it I have to attribute to where I am right now. I feel more centered and strong. […] Related posts: Your “Inside Job” Is What You Do So You Can Be What Works On The Outside The Answer And The Solution Is Always Inside YOU How Circular Dating Works!
  • An Interview With Rori – Speaking From The Heart

    Rori Raye
    21 Jul 2014 | 6:18 am
    Here are some bits and pieces from an interview I did years ago: I was asked: “What about the words you say you teach people to use?” Here was my answer: The words and body language and all the other tools I developed and teach look very different on different sides of the relationship dynamic. […] Related posts: What’s The Difference Between Masculine Energy and Feminine Energy, and What Does “Bitch” Have To Do With It? What Exactly IS a “Bitch?” – Part 2 How To Be A Powerful Feminine Woman And Attract A Masculine Man – February’s Monthly Interview…
  • The Theme Park Of YOU – EngineeringLand

    Rori Raye
    16 Jul 2014 | 3:08 pm
    Here’s another installment on my “The Theme Park Of You” Concept (hopefully, it’ll eventually be made into a book or program…): ENGINEERINGLAND – YOU AS “ENGINEER” This is the fix-it part of you. The part that does examining, analysis, doing, accomplishing, constructing, building, calculating… This is the boy part. This is the tinkering, the planning […] Related posts: The Theme Park Of You The Theme Park Of YOU – TIMELAND Love Forever Is Just “Moments” Strung Together
  • Some Basic Dating Tips…

    Rori Raye
    11 Jul 2014 | 9:31 am
    If you’re dating, practice being absolutely authentic from the moment you first speak. This means listening, not trying to control your anxiety by talking so much, actually tolerating anxiety until you get used to the feeling of connecting with someone, and speaking in feeling terms. Talk about how you feel about things – the food, […] Related posts: Great Speed Dating Tips Speed Dating Tips For Free Therapy Baby Steps To Circular Dating
 
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  • Captain of Her Soul: How to Deal With Being Sick and Single

    Bella DePaulo, Ph.D.
    28 Jul 2014 | 3:41 am
    What happens when you are single and seriously ill? How can you deal with the endless challenges when you feel so badly so much of the time? Nika Beamon, author of the riveting new memoir, Misdiagnosed, shares some advice on how to navigate single life when you are ill, and still remain the captain of your soul. read more
  • No Kids, No Life? Or, Really Great Life?

    Bella DePaulo, Ph.D.
    25 Jul 2014 | 2:45 pm
    Even if the research shows that people are generally happier–or less happy–with kids, that does not mean that YOU will be. We have more choices now about how to live, and that's a good thing.read more
  • Quiet: Do We Need It Now More Than Ever?

    Bella DePaulo, Ph.D.
    20 Jul 2014 | 2:16 pm
    In the booming, buzzing confusion of our ringing, beeping, and nudging gadgets, do we need quiet more than ever? Or have we become so accustomed to human-made noises that we can't get by without them? Also featuring: links to collections of writings on solitude and living solo.read more
  • Why Are So Many Smart Women So Clueless About Single Life?

    Bella DePaulo, Ph.D.
    12 Jul 2014 | 12:31 pm
    High-profile women such as Arianna Huffington and Mika Brzezinski want us to "thrive" by defining our success by metrics other than money and power. But in their discussions of women, the only other metrics they come up with are marriage and parenting. Do they really mean to relegate the millions of single women with no kids to the dustbin of humanity? read more
  • Most Can’t Stand to Be Alone With Their Thoughts–Can You?

    Bella DePaulo, Ph.D.
    7 Jul 2014 | 1:05 am
    Should it really be so hard to be alone with your own thoughts, with no electronic devices or any other distractions, for just ten minutes? In a recent series of nearly a dozen studies, most people found the experience difficult and unpleasant. Some preferred to experience an electric shock instead. Do you think the results apply to you?read more
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  • odogwumalaika@gmail.com is the great spell caster that brought back my man and also restored my lost womb. i am very grateful now

    30 Jul 2014 | 2:00 pm
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    30 Jul 2014 | 1:57 pm
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    30 Jul 2014 | 1:56 pm
    New Answer - DOCTOR MALAIKA IS REAL!!! EVERY OTHER TESTIMONY OR STORY YOU READ HERE IS FAKE. I AM TAKING MY TIME TO SHARE THIS TO MAKE SURE PEOPLE DON'T GET SCAMMED NO MORE. CONTACT odogwumalaika@gmail.com he is the sure solution to your problems. I NEVER BELIEVED IN LOVE SPELLS UNTIL I MET THIS SPELL CASTER. HE IS REALLY POWERFUL AND CAN HELP CAST SPELLS TO BRING BACK ONE'S GONE,LOST, MISBEHAVING LOVER AND RESTORE ONE'S WOMB OR SPELL FOR A GOOD JOB. MY HUBBY LEFT ME BECAUSE I LOST MY WOMB AND MY LIFE WAS UPSIDE DOWN COS OUR RELATIONSHIP HAS BEEN ON FOR 2YEARS... I REALLY LOVED HIM, BUT HIS…
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    30 Jul 2014 | 1:55 pm
    New Answer - DOCTOR MALAIKA IS REAL!!! EVERY OTHER TESTIMONY OR STORY YOU READ HERE IS FAKE. I AM TAKING MY TIME TO SHARE THIS TO MAKE SURE PEOPLE DON'T GET SCAMMED NO MORE. CONTACT odogwumalaika@gmail.com he is the sure solution to your problems. I NEVER BELIEVED IN LOVE SPELLS UNTIL I MET THIS SPELL CASTER. HE IS REALLY POWERFUL AND CAN HELP CAST SPELLS TO BRING BACK ONE'S GONE,LOST, MISBEHAVING LOVER AND RESTORE ONE'S WOMB OR SPELL FOR A GOOD JOB. MY HUBBY LEFT ME BECAUSE I LOST MY WOMB AND MY LIFE WAS UPSIDE DOWN COS OUR RELATIONSHIP HAS BEEN ON FOR 2YEARS... I REALLY LOVED HIM, BUT HIS…
  • GREAT SPELL CASTER DR. TAJU THAT HELPED ME BRING BACK MY EX LOVER

    27 Jul 2014 | 7:35 pm
    New Answer - GREAT DR. TAJU THAT HELP ME SAVE MY RELATIONSHIP. Good Day everybody, my names is ALEX BECKY, am from the United State of America, i want to give thanks and honor to Dr. Taju for the great work he did for me, he brought my lover within 24 hour which i never taught it will ever come through in my life, but this great man Dr. Taju proved to me that powers can do wonders, i got his contact from a friend in the USA who he helped, this friend of mine told me that this man is great but i felt as hmm are you sure? cause i hardly believe those kind of things,so she told me not to worry…
 
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  • Broadway Unites Outside of NYPD to Honor Eric Garner and Protest

    Martine Foreman
    1 Aug 2014 | 3:30 am
    We’ve all watched and listened, in horror, to the coverage of 43-year-old Eric Garner’s death by the hands of a NY police officer. Outraged, people everywhere want to know why this man was placed in a choke hold and why he had to die. As it currently stands, the NYPD has take disciplinary action against Keep Reading →
  • Three Surprising Marriage Lessons Learned from a Newborn

    Aja Dorsey Jackson
    1 Aug 2014 | 3:15 am
    Almost three months ago I gave birth to my third baby. He hasn’t been in the world for a full quarter, but he’s already teaching me some important life lessons. Without even knowing or trying, just by being a baby, my little boy is teaching me how to be a better spouse through things like… Keep Reading →
  • Love Didn’t Make You Do It, But Here is What Did

    Stephan Labossiere
    1 Aug 2014 | 3:14 am
    Letting that woman run all over you. Following that man to see where he has been going. Impregnating her or letting him get you pregnant even when they aren’t aware of your intentions. The list goes on and on. Ask that person why they did it and many will utter the phrase “love makes you Keep Reading →
  • 20 Essential Elements for a Happy Marriage, A Must-Have Checklist

    Martine Foreman
    1 Aug 2014 | 3:00 am
    I think lists are awesome. How would I get anything done without a list? I’ve tried and I can tell you that although things still get done, it’s a whole lot harder. I forget stuff. I don’t do things in a timely manner. And worst of all, I end up feeling a lot more stressed Keep Reading →
  • 5 Tips for Mom’s Back-to-School Sanity

    BMWK Staff
    1 Aug 2014 | 2:55 am
    by Jennifer Keitt, Summer is almost over and we’ve got to start thinking about the school year ahead. I’m a Mom of four and I know what you’re up against. So here are 5 tips—tried and true—that can help maintain your sanity so that you (and your children) can have a great school year! 1. Keep Reading →
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    Lovepanky | Your Guide to Better Love and Relationships

  • 6 Big Telltale Excuses That Get You Nowhere!

    Lovepanky
    1 Aug 2014 | 11:02 am
    Excuses work well when you use them as a veil to hide your shortcomings. But are they helping you, or are they holding you back from a better life? By Sarah Rogers Most of us reach a point in our lives when we ask ourselves – is this really it? We hit a wall and can’t seem to move forward, and get any closer to reaching the initial goals we set out for ourselves. Did you plan to start a business? Build a community garden? Star in a theatrical drama? Write a novel? Run a marathon? Find true love? Get promoted? Invent a groundbreaking technology? Be on the board of an NGO? Practice…
  • 9 Awkward Signs You’re Having Bad Sex with Your Lover

    Lovepanky
    31 Jul 2014 | 4:35 am
    You may love your partner, but is your sex life less than satisfactory? Use these 9 signs to know if you’re putting up with a bad sexual relationship. By Lianne Choo It is no secret that women fake orgasms. Some women do it so often that their partners simply assume that they are doing a great job pleasuring them even with minimal effort being put into the deed! This is definitely not a good thing as it invites mediocrity into the bedroom, which will inevitably lead to a dry, unsatisfying and boring sex life. No matter their level of experience, most people do not even realize that they are…
  • 9 Practical Ways to Rebuild Trust after You’ve Cheated

    Lovepanky
    30 Jul 2014 | 10:57 am
    An affair can tear most relationships beyond repair. But if you’re determined to fix it, use these 9 ways to rebuild the trust after you’ve cheated. By Michelle Escultura For couples that have had to deal with infidelity, there is hope! Though many couples choose to end a relationship or even a marriage because of an affair, there are still some who trudge on and end up with a relationship that’s stronger than ever. What doesn’t kill your relationship can make it stronger, after all. Rebuilding trust after straying away Regaining the trust of a broken hearted lover is not easy though,…
  • The Good and the Bad of Dating a Younger Man

    Lovepanky
    28 Jul 2014 | 10:30 am
    Have you considered dating a younger man? Are you falling in love with one? Read the good and the bad sides to know if you’re actually ready for it. By Erica Roberts As you’ve in all likelihood come to notice, people often tend to be romantically interested in others within their own age group. That being said, men dating women five or even seven years younger has generally been accepted, while a woman dating a man more than a year younger than them has been looked upon as quite odd. Recently though, as women have become more socially, psychologically, and sexually liberated, some have…
  • 14 Charming Ways to Impress Her on the First Date

    Lovepanky
    28 Jul 2014 | 4:40 am
    Do you want to make a great first impression on the very first date? Just keep these 14 tips in mind, and there’s no way you’ll go wrong again! By Nathan Richer You only get one chance to make a good impression on the first date. Now, of course, some lovers have had an awful first date, and still ended up staying together to laugh about it later! But in today’s hectic and fast paced world, most people don’t have the time or the luxury for second chances. That may be unfortunate, but it’s a bitter pill that you need to swallow whether you like it or not. 14 ways to ensure your first…
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    The Love Whisperer

  • If You Want a Man to Understand You, You Might Want to Communicate Less

    lisa
    29 Jul 2014 | 9:09 pm
    By:  Lisa Hayes Yeah, you read that title right.   I read a lot of articles about what men want, written by women.   Often times those articles read a lot like fantasy. Being generous, a lot of those articles are written about a more enlightened man-model than most men in the real world.  It’s not that men are dogs or stupid.  They aren’t.  However, generally speaking they just aren’t that complicated.  Men are much more black and white than women.  We know that.  They get lost in a lot of complicated emotional nuances.  Women thrive in the grey areas.  As a relationship…
  • What You Are Seeking is Seeking You – Potsticker’s Story

    lisa
    22 Jul 2014 | 11:02 pm
    By:  Lisa Hayes Potsticker’s Story Potsticker is a Pug.  When Potsticker was a puppy he was the pick of the litter.  An older woman everyone called Grandma paid top dollar for him because he had the most expressive puppy face and most curly tail.  The first two years of Potstickers life were just as they should be for a pug.  They were a cake walk.  Grandma adored him and showered him with affection.  Potsticker was very happy. However, when Potsticker was two, Grandma died suddenly.  Potsticker moved in with her brother, Uncle.  Potsticker missed her terribly and got pug…
  • How Do I Know If He’s “The One”?

    lisa
    17 Jul 2014 | 12:28 pm
      By:  Lisa Hayes   It’s the age old question. “How do I know if he/she is the one??” It’s easy to make this a complicated question.  There are a lot of things to consider when you’re thinking about your heart and future.  I get asked the question a lot and many might disagree with my answer, but I’ll stand by it. If you’re asking yourself the question, the answer is probably no. When it’s right you know it.  Period. And if it’s not a “Hell Yes!”, then this isn’t the final destination. I know a lot of people think a relationship can develop and…
  • Today is the 20 Year Anniversary of the End of My First Marriage, and I Still Have One Regret

    lisa
    2 Jul 2014 | 9:30 am
    By:  Lisa Hayes Today is the 20 year anniversary of the day I filed the paperwork for divorce from my first husband.  It was so ironic.  I filed for divorce the week of Independence Day. To be honest, I’ve blocked out most of my first marriage.  Time is kind that way.  It tends to take the hard edges off memory, leaving me with only a handful of still shots in my mind.  However, there are a few memories of that marriage I remember like they were yesterday, and this is one. It was a beautiful autumn day.  We were sitting in the car in front of my husband’s office.  He was a Navy…
  • How Well Do You Understand Yourself?

    lisa
    26 Jun 2014 | 9:56 pm
    By:  Lisa Hayes In the last few days I’ve had some really cool stuff happen in my life.  I’ve finished a project I’ve been working on for weeks.  I’ve gotten some very good news about big money coming my way.  I’ve made plans for some epic summer adventures. We’ve had weather that heaven would envy, and I’ve had a lot of time to enjoy it outside.  It’s been boatloads of awesome stuff coming my way, and… I feel unsettled and  uncertain.  It should be party central up in here, but I’m unsteady, and I’m not sure why, to be honest, that’s not all that unusual, just…
 
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    Passive Aggressive Husband

  • Having both: Crisis and Resilience in our lives?

    Nora Femenia
    29 Jul 2014 | 9:09 am
    Crisis and Resilience go together…and we learn best under duress! We all go through rough periods, when we feel that being under duress, and responding to unexpected pressures coming from all angles drive us crazy….All the time the crisis is on us, we are feeling the demand, at the back of our heads, that we need to keep calm and collected! I want to introduce two very helpful ideas: FIRST, that sometimes the only help we ask for is the recognition from others that we are performing under duress, and at the same time doing a great job, regardless extraordinary demands. Because all…
  • Too many tech toys, and no talk?

    Neil Warner
    24 Jul 2014 | 2:43 pm
    Too much technology around, and no talk? Remember the good old personal fights of yesterday? We used any opportunity for expressing ourselves with some shouting and strong words, when frustrated and or/disappointed.  Don’t take me wrong, fighting continues being normal for a lot of people…What I see now is that normal, non aggressive people having strong feelings about how they want their most important relationship don’t express them anymore. If suppressing angry verbal confrontations is a good thing, it was because we wanted to replace them with respectful conversations! What…
  • Why he has to do such nasty behavior?

    Neil Warner
    9 Jul 2014 | 12:31 pm
    Do you find yourself the target of nasty behavior? After having presented several angles of the passive aggressive behavior hurting so many marriages, we want to answer the deep “Why does he behave in this way? question…. Perhaps we need to refresh here some of the stronger indicators of passive aggressive behaviour: having a general negative attitude towards others going against other people’s wishes and beliefs, on principle forgetting, complaining, disliking other people’s ideas giving sarcastic comments and feedback blaming other people for his own problems Is a lot of…
  • Can You Stop His Denial?

    Neil Warner
    19 Jun 2014 | 10:57 am
      (If you don’t know what this is here is help) A desperate wife sent this comic and serious request for help…she copied for me the beginning of a letter to her husband: “I was watching TV and the , and some people were using those strange things to make noise…they are so obnoxious, and loud! I learned that they are called vuvuzelas, and immediately my mind came up with a ridiculous use of this toy, only to call your attention. Remember the last time I wrote to you? I was saying: I don’t know how else to call your attention to the hot issues you block and deny…
  • How to deal with a passive aggressive husband

    Nora Femenia
    9 Jun 2014 | 2:36 pm
    How to deal with a passive aggressive husband? with a lot of patience…..and plan B always handy! Perhaps you have been following this conversation for some time, and now you realize that we are always developing ideas about this particular situation…we have offered you solutions that cover a wide spectrum of possibilities. Basically now, we understand this behavior as a childhood-learned defensive strategy. He has grown up under some kind of parental attitudes that prevented him from expressing his anger, and thus developed this shell to cover it up. Instead of confronting,…
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    The Gaggle

  • The Engulfing

    Bonnie Elizabeth Meyer
    1 Aug 2014 | 10:43 am
    Mom was good friends with a blonde-haired, blue-eyed guy named Ryan that she describes as “ever so slightly chubby in a cute teddy bear kind of way.”  He was more like one of her girlfriends or shopping partners in crime than the guys she usually dated (he listened as well as talked, and delighted in chocolate and kittens). They always had an awesome time together, so it only seemed natural that they should eventually go out. Their first date was at one of his favorite restaurants. As usual, they talked and laughed and generally had a good time.  Everything was going swimmingly until…
  • The Summer Fling I Never Had

    Almie Rose
    31 Jul 2014 | 9:30 am
    I’ve never had a summer fling. Those kids from Grease make it sound like such fun! If I had a summer fling, I imagine his name would be Jacques and his hair would be as dark as a David Lynch film. We’d meet in a hilarious and adorable way, like perhaps he accidentally took my drink at Starbucks, and I would tease him for thinking my name was anything like his, and he’d have a fiery French temper but an English wit, and he’d say something like, “I deeply apologize for the horror I caused; let me make it up to you.” And he’d make it up to me by picking…
  • Official Report 006: Learning to Trust Your “Inner Soul Whispers”

    L
    31 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    Diagram of L’s Heartparts   Greetings, Council Members! Like many of the (actual) young(ish) humans of Earth, I, L the Alien, constantly swing back and forth between a state of total faith in my own awesomeness and a total lack of faith in my own awesomeness. Becoming an adult human is a frustrating dance of highs and lows; a strange collage of blind confidence and crippling insecurity. It’s pretty confusing, honestly. One day you’re like, “Hells yea I got this responsibility thing on lock down,” the next day you suddenly remember you forgot to pay a bill while mopping…
  • Accidental Cohabitation

    Lauren Ellman
    30 Jul 2014 | 11:55 pm
    Shacking up, playing house, moving in together. It’s a topic that seems to have a very specific calculation as to when the time is right. Like an old family recipe that has to be baked at the exact right temperature, for not a second longer than the recipe calls for or it will burn up and ruin Thanksgiving dinner. But our choices are our own and don’t fit under one specific recipe. So, how do we know when to start the timer? I recently have found myself accidentally living at my boyfriend’s house. It’s closer to my job, his fridge always has food in it, and I happen to have fallen in…
  • Couple Lives Like It’s the 1950s To Save Their Marriage

    Almie Rose
    29 Jul 2014 | 9:30 am
    Cadillacs. Elvis. Meatloaf. Could you live like it was the 1950s? What if it was to save your marriage? That’s what one couple is doing. Gary and Mandy Jones from Tamworth, Staffordshire, claim that living like a 1950s husband and housewife is the key to a happy marriage. Mandy told the Daily Mail, “It may seem strange and we get the odd nasty comment, but this way of life works for us and has saved our marriage. We love everything about the 1950s, from the clothes to the way of life. Since we started living like this I’ve been a better wife and Gary and I are closer than…
 
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    Marriage Confessions | Marriage Confessions

  • Fun in the Sun With Capri Sun

    Katie
    1 Aug 2014 | 6:24 am
    Our family is a summertime family. We live for summer at my house. As a teacher, I look forward to spending time with my kids, and my kids are always happy to get a break from their daily daycare schedule. With Bean and Gracie being a little bit older now, we are able to be on the go so much more this summer than in the past. We play at the park… We play at the splash pads… We play in our pool… Basically, anywhere there is water, we’re going to show up. It’s just the Florida way. It used to be when we went on adventures, I required an entire “mommy…
  • Rainy Day Activities

    Katie
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:08 am
    The summer showers around here are getting intense.  Lightning, thunder, wind, rain.  Thankfully, neither of the kids or Big Molly are scared of thunderstorms, so that means we all just walk around the house bored, waiting for the rain to stop. Earlier this week, there was a particularly bummed out rain delay that lasted almost all day.  By mid-afternoon, we were climbing the walls (literally – the kids were trying to climb their doorways to their bedrooms) (kids are weird), so I decided to put my Pinterest account to use.  I pin fun things all the time for the kids, but hardly ever…
  • The Tiny Manipulator

    Katie
    23 Jul 2014 | 6:10 am
    At bedtime last night, Gracie asked if she could sleep with Bean.  We let them do this occasionally, but it’s usually been for special occasions (the night of the Fourth of July, for example) or on weekends as special treats.  Yesterday, though, we had had a big day and I knew Gracie was tired, so I told her that, no, she needed to sleep in her own bed. “But WHY??????” she asked. “Because it isn’t a weekend,” I explained, as I tucked her into her own bed. Chris came in a few minutes later to kiss her goodnight, and he said she asked him the same thing.
  • If You Give a Teacher a Summer Vacation…

    Katie
    16 Jul 2014 | 4:56 pm
    Last Friday, I had to go to the grocery store. Simple enough task, right? We had a ton of food leftover from the Fourth of July, and our family had been eating hot dogs and pasta salad all week long. We were in need of substance. And milk. I figured while we were out, we should go by this awesome camera store in downtown Orlando that I had been meaning to visit. Colonial Photo and Hobby has been an Orlando staple since God was a boy, I’m sure. And I’m pretty sure the same people have been working there the entire time of its existence. Stepping into that place is like stepping…
  • Sideline Momma

    Katie
    15 Jul 2014 | 5:34 pm
    Last week, I took the kids to the Downtown Disney splash pad. It’s one of our favorite summertime places. We went early in the morning (before 9:30) to avoid the summer Disney traffic. But since it was the week after Fourth of July, the crowds were a little slimmer. That’s actually a good insider tip for Disney. Plan your vacations the week AFTER a holiday. Most people come during the holiday week, so the lines are a lot shorter in the parks the following week. I’m still trying to learn to use my new camera. We bought a Canon Rebel SL1, and I love it. But learning the…
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    Fatherhood Channel

  • Blue Mountain Doesn’t Send Cards to Heaven

    Seth Eisenberg
    24 Jul 2014 | 4:36 am
    A morning reminder of dad's upcoming birthday that arrived nearly three years after his death helps me realize my gratitude for a dad I barely knew.
  • Getting Started with the Most Important Thing You Can Do for Your Relationship

    Seth Eisenberg
    21 Jul 2014 | 5:12 am
    The most important thing you can do for your relationships is looking for what's right in the people closest to you and developing the habit of generously, sincerely, and specifically appreciating them. Here are 300 inspiring examples to help you get started.
  • Most Important Thing to Do for Your Relationship

    Seth Eisenberg
    19 Jul 2014 | 2:52 pm
    The most important thing you can do for relationships isn't difficult and is possible for anyone, says an industry leader in marriage and relationship education. Get inspired with 300 examples of loving, affirming words to strengthen the relationships you want to last.
  • Couples Need More Bonding Time, Therapist Says

    Carson Abrir
    23 Apr 2014 | 10:03 am
    For older couples especially, fear of 'rocking the boat' can get in the way of learning skills to bring more love and pleasure to their marriages. North Carolina marriage pros Gary and Deanie Hurst help couples overcome those fears and have fun creating happier, stronger marriages.
  • Veterans, Caregivers Learn to Be Healing to Each Other in Innovative Warrior to Soul Mate Programs

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

  • Practice Makes Passion Possible (+Free Book)

    Dustin
    29 Jul 2014 | 8:19 pm
    Note: Don’t miss the FREE BOOK info at the end of this post! When you first fall in love, happiness comes easy and it seems so effortless to be a good partner. Your jokes are funny, your thoughts and actions are romantic, and your time together is pretty much all rainbows and butterflies. It turns out that there’s a good reason for this—a scientific one at that. Your first few months or even years together are shrouded in a chemical cloud of infatuation. You’re literally high on each other and the lovin’ comes easy. So what happens a few years down the road after you’ve…
  • Advice from Friends: Why You Might NOT Want to Ask or Listen!

    E.J. Smith
    28 Jul 2014 | 4:00 am
    Have you ever asked your friends and family what they think of your spouse? Have they ever offered up an opinion regardless of you asking for it? Should you listen to what they say? And if so, how seriously should you take their opinions to heart? Is there any benefit to hearing feedback about your relationship? Relationships in general – let alone marriages— do not exist in a vacuum. They are intricate tapestries woven from not just two lives becoming intertwined, but rather two complete lifetimes full of families, friends, and all of those individual and shared histories. Given the…
  • Sexual Touch and What You Might Be Missing

    Julie Sibert
    21 Jul 2014 | 4:00 am
    The way you touch your spouse — what does it say about your sexual desire? It’s an important question. Sexual desire — the degree to which we sexually long for the person we married — is a tender vulnerable place. Rich with possibilities.  And, in some marriages, fraught with discouragement. My husband and I had not had sex with each other before we were married, so our wedding night set us on an adventure of learning about arousal.  We had much to learn about sexual touch. Certainly we understood the mechanics of sex, but as far as discovering what we each found…
  • Summertime And The Romancin’ Is Easy – 10 Great Dates

    Debi Walter
    14 Jul 2014 | 4:00 am
     Ah! Summertime. The time when we look forward to enjoying life outdoors. We live in Florida, so most of our summertime dates include enjoying the water–at the beach, in our pool, or by the lake–it doesn’t matter. Not everyone has access to the water, but in Florida it is so hot and humid, it’s a necessity if you’re going to enjoy the date. I thought it would be fun to share 10 great Summertime Dates that are easy and very romantic. Pick your favorites and make it a point to give them a try before school begins.  TEN GREAT SUMMERTIME DATES 1.
  • Essential moving tools to save your back, your sanity, and maybe even your marriage

    Kim Hall
    7 Jul 2014 | 4:00 am
     Tis the season to be moving, fa, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, UGH. Whether you are one of the over 40 million people that will move to a new home this year, a parent moving your child to a college dorm, or a person who adores moving furniture around the living room, I have some essential moving tools to help you get through the task with more joy and less stress. I think it was at least three houses ago my husband and I declared: This is it. We are never moving again. We are done. When we leave, they will be carrying us out in a box.  Not only did we continue to move,…
 
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    The Generous Husband

  • Friday Flashback: Jar Fund

    The Generous Husband
    1 Aug 2014 | 12:01 am
    Get a large jar and start collecting change for some future gift or vacation. Or, just save for a nice date night. Bonus: Show her how important she is to you by giving up something you regularly buy and putting the money from that item into the jar. [This post originally appeared April 29th, 2009] Links may be monetisedImage Credit: © Nousha | Dreamstime.comShop Amazon ♦ Shop to give links pageWe are donation supported – thanks for your help!
  • Sometimes It’s Her: Sexual Problems

    The Generous Husband
    31 Jul 2014 | 12:01 am
    Sometimes it’s not you, it’s her: I have often said few women make it to marriage without being sexually messed-up. Some of this is the result of her choices (looking at porn, premarital sex) and some is the result of the choices of others (incest, abuse, rape, or horny boyfriends). Regardless of the cause, she dumps it all over your marriage bed. If you were sexually pure and selfless, your God given sex drive and desires would probably offend or trigger her.  So yes, you are messed up sexually, but it is not all you. This is an area where it is exceptionally difficult to…
  • Sometimes It’s Her: She’s Selfish

    The Generous Husband
    30 Jul 2014 | 12:01 am
    Sometimes it’s not you, it’s her: Selfishness is a human trait, so it is a given your wife has some selfish areas. It is also human nature to hide our selfishness from friends while allowing it to leak out with our family. Odds are you get more of her selfishness than anyone else does. Selfishness is worse when we feel stressed, overwhelmed, or empty. When we are doing well we manage to control selfishness; when things are going badly selfishness can become a real monster. I mention all this because when and why she is selfish matters. If she is always selfish with you, you have a…
  • Sometimes It’s Her: She’s Got Baggage!

    The Generous Husband
    29 Jul 2014 | 12:01 am
    Sometimes it’s not you, it’s her: Your sweet wonderful bride brought some baggage into your marriage. How much varies from woman to woman but they all have it, and it is ugly, smelly, hurtful stuff. When you bump her stuff, it hurts her. She reacts to “you hurting her” by saying or doing something rude. Bumping her stuff can be as simple as using a certain word, a facial expression, or expressing an idea. A “normal person” would not react, but due to some injury, it sets her off.   When you have “triggered” her, there is no magic technique for…
  • Sometimes It’s Not You, It’s Her

    The Generous Husband
    28 Jul 2014 | 12:01 am
    Over on The XY Code my wife wrote a post about what she would do if she caught me looking at porn. In the post, she said, “over the years I’ve figured out that what people say and do is really more about them, than it is me.” This is an important point, and one I have failed to address here. I will discuss this the next couple of days, but I need to start with a warning. Sometimes what people do is about you, reacting to what you did or said. Right or wrong, their actions are a result of your actions. If you apply “It’s her, not me” when it really is you,…
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    Fatherhood Channel

  • Blue Mountain Doesn’t Send Cards to Heaven

    Seth Eisenberg
    24 Jul 2014 | 4:36 am
    A morning reminder of dad's upcoming birthday that arrived nearly three years after his death helps me realize my gratitude for a dad I barely knew.
  • Getting Started with the Most Important Thing You Can Do for Your Relationship

    Seth Eisenberg
    21 Jul 2014 | 5:12 am
    The most important thing you can do for your relationships is looking for what's right in the people closest to you and developing the habit of generously, sincerely, and specifically appreciating them. Here are 300 inspiring examples to help you get started.
  • Most Important Thing to Do for Your Relationship

    Seth Eisenberg
    19 Jul 2014 | 2:52 pm
    The most important thing you can do for relationships isn't difficult and is possible for anyone, says an industry leader in marriage and relationship education. Get inspired with 300 examples of loving, affirming words to strengthen the relationships you want to last.
  • Couples Need More Bonding Time, Therapist Says

    Carson Abrir
    23 Apr 2014 | 10:03 am
    For older couples especially, fear of 'rocking the boat' can get in the way of learning skills to bring more love and pleasure to their marriages. North Carolina marriage pros Gary and Deanie Hurst help couples overcome those fears and have fun creating happier, stronger marriages.
  • Veterans, Caregivers Learn to Be Healing to Each Other in Innovative Warrior to Soul Mate Programs

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

  • Marriage Links #001

    Marie McKinney-Oates
    31 Jul 2014 | 11:47 am
    Marriage Links are things me, Becca, or you have found around the Internet that made you think differently about marriage. If you have written something you’d like featured here, please send it to marie.mckinney@gmail.com. I’d love to include you! As a mom to a little boy, I have to say this Love Triangle is pretty accurate (however, it is actually daughters that kill marriages): Loved this post about saying yes to sex (especially since Sex Spreadsheets are a thing). The most effective mentors are those that are only 5 or so years ahead of you in the game. So I’m…
  • More about love, risk, and the Pacific Ocean

    Marie McKinney-Oates
    28 Jul 2014 | 5:37 pm
    She was 20-something years old and had moved away from the island she grew up on to give the Big City a try. Her father was terrified. He knew the stories about young, naive women moving out on their own, and he didn’t want his daughter to have any part of it. Unfortunately, his daughter wasn’t exactly known for submitting to other people’s demands. She became a hostess at a pizza parlor close to the U.S. Naval Base. Unlike her friends, she had no interest in being an American Groupie. There were no pipe dreams about finding An Officer and a Gentleman. She simply wanted…
  • What is marriage coaching?

    Marie McKinney-Oates
    28 Jul 2014 | 1:48 pm
    So glad you asked! Share
 
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    Engaged Marriage

  • Practice Makes Passion Possible (+Free Book)

    Dustin
    29 Jul 2014 | 8:19 pm
    Note: Don’t miss the FREE BOOK info at the end of this post! When you first fall in love, happiness comes easy and it seems so effortless to be a good partner. Your jokes are funny, your thoughts and actions are romantic, and your time together is pretty much all rainbows and butterflies. It turns out that there’s a good reason for this—a scientific one at that. Your first few months or even years together are shrouded in a chemical cloud of infatuation. You’re literally high on each other and the lovin’ comes easy. So what happens a few years down the road after you’ve…
  • Advice from Friends: Why You Might NOT Want to Ask or Listen!

    E.J. Smith
    28 Jul 2014 | 4:00 am
    Have you ever asked your friends and family what they think of your spouse? Have they ever offered up an opinion regardless of you asking for it? Should you listen to what they say? And if so, how seriously should you take their opinions to heart? Is there any benefit to hearing feedback about your relationship? Relationships in general – let alone marriages— do not exist in a vacuum. They are intricate tapestries woven from not just two lives becoming intertwined, but rather two complete lifetimes full of families, friends, and all of those individual and shared histories. Given the…
  • Sexual Touch and What You Might Be Missing

    Julie Sibert
    21 Jul 2014 | 4:00 am
    The way you touch your spouse — what does it say about your sexual desire? It’s an important question. Sexual desire — the degree to which we sexually long for the person we married — is a tender vulnerable place. Rich with possibilities.  And, in some marriages, fraught with discouragement. My husband and I had not had sex with each other before we were married, so our wedding night set us on an adventure of learning about arousal.  We had much to learn about sexual touch. Certainly we understood the mechanics of sex, but as far as discovering what we each found…
  • Summertime And The Romancin’ Is Easy – 10 Great Dates

    Debi Walter
    14 Jul 2014 | 4:00 am
     Ah! Summertime. The time when we look forward to enjoying life outdoors. We live in Florida, so most of our summertime dates include enjoying the water–at the beach, in our pool, or by the lake–it doesn’t matter. Not everyone has access to the water, but in Florida it is so hot and humid, it’s a necessity if you’re going to enjoy the date. I thought it would be fun to share 10 great Summertime Dates that are easy and very romantic. Pick your favorites and make it a point to give them a try before school begins.  TEN GREAT SUMMERTIME DATES 1.
  • Essential moving tools to save your back, your sanity, and maybe even your marriage

    Kim Hall
    7 Jul 2014 | 4:00 am
     Tis the season to be moving, fa, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, UGH. Whether you are one of the over 40 million people that will move to a new home this year, a parent moving your child to a college dorm, or a person who adores moving furniture around the living room, I have some essential moving tools to help you get through the task with more joy and less stress. I think it was at least three houses ago my husband and I declared: This is it. We are never moving again. We are done. When we leave, they will be carrying us out in a box.  Not only did we continue to move,…
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  • Autumn versus Fall ~ Caterwauling on Canadian English

    Fuzzywiggle Furrypants Roo
    29 Jul 2014 | 9:34 pm
    merrrrrrRRROWWW!!!It  seems my long lolligags in the the sun in lieu of my Wiley Weekly Words have been to the detriment of the English language, in Canada at least.  So I am once again stretching my claws, tapping away on this keyboard in an attempt to stretch the minds of the two-leggers that surround me!  We really can’t have them becoming too dull witted, after all, as heaven forbid (yes, I know I am already a deity, but I can’t control all at the lift of a paw) that that will end in them thinking it is okay to feed me anything less than the best feline culinary delights.So…
  • Monday Moving & Grooving: The Man I Want To Be When I Grow Up

    Emme Rogers
    28 Jul 2014 | 9:50 pm
    Well … I’ve never really wanted to be a man … at least not until I saw this guy …And truth be told I still don’t want the male equipment, but after hobbling around like a crippled person for the past month, I want this guy’s moves!  Gives me hope that I too will be grooving like that again  (with some luck in time for the Burnaby Blues and Roots)!Until then, this fellows definitely giving my cheek muscles a workout!Kisses,Emme   xoxo
  • Do We Attract What We Are Afraid Of?

    Brie
    9 Jul 2014 | 8:16 pm
    It’s no secret that I’ve had an interesting array of experiences with critters, but recently things have gotten a little crazy in the spider department. I’d like to know why they like to visit me so much, and not someone who might happen to love them! I’d also like to know why they have to be so ugly, if they were all as cute as lady bugs they could walk around on my wall anytime.It started a couple weeks ago when I was just waking up, laying in my bed praying.  I said “Amen.” and then opened my eyes to see a spider repelling from the ceiling right above…
  • My 2014 Canada Day Playlist

    Emme Rogers
    1 Jul 2014 | 11:30 am
    It’s our birthday Canada!Which means it’s time for another Canada Day Playlist!Why? Because Canadian Girls are as F*^%&! EH as our beavers …… and our astronauts are this cool …… we can sing in pirate …… we know what it means to be Canadian …… and we really do have some great tunes!So celebrate Canada! This great country gives us reason to be happy!Happy Canada Day!
  • Dancing in the Rain at the 2014 CBC Music Festival in this Edition of Monday Moving & Grooving

    Emme Rogers
    23 Jun 2014 | 11:36 am
    Well, seeing as I spent the better part of a week sharing festival teases from the CBC Music Festival at Burnaby‘s Deer Lake Park, I thought it would be a little remiss of me not to share an actual taunt from day (shot on an iPhone by a couple of the kids accompanying us) from Spoon and Tegan & Sara!While it may have been a little damper of a day than we would have liked, raining out many of the earlier performances and  having to make many schedule their day to be able to hang in with the weather, it was an utter blast of a day, soaking in some great Canadian music!  I even…
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  • How Remembering Can Improve Your Marriage

    stu@stugray.com (Stu Gray - Marriage Educator, Relationship Coach, Blogger and Podcaster)
    1 Aug 2014 | 12:33 am
    Download | iTunes | Stitcher Can you remember a great date that you and your spouse have been on? Remembering Can Improve your Marriage (If you remember the good stuff!!) I was recently thinking about one of the best dates my wife and I have had. We recreated  our very first date… We went to the same Mexican restaurant…then we went to the outdoor amphitheatre where we saw Dave Matthews Band play. I do have to give my wife credit. There was NO concert on the night we went back to the theatre. She had to get permission from the security guards for us to have strawberries and…
  • How to Predict Marriage Storms Better Than Your TV Weatherlady

    stu@stugray.com (Stu Gray - Marriage Educator, Relationship Coach, Blogger and Podcaster)
    25 Jul 2014 | 12:15 am
    Download | iTunes | Stitcher “Major storms are headed our way. Most likely tomorrow morning between 2 am and 10 am.” So said our friendly reliable weatherperson on the local news just before we jumped into bed on Friday night. Lisa tossed and turned all night, anticipating the stormy weather. We were part of two nasty spring storms, one which totaled both of our cars (at the same time) and one that dropped so much hail, it looked as if it had snowed.  So, we still get a little edgy come spring time. I was up at 7am with the child.  No Storms. She slept in til 9 am.  No…
  • 111 – Long Distance Marriage

    stu@stugray.com (Stu Gray - Marriage Educator, Relationship Coach, Blogger and Podcaster)
    18 Jul 2014 | 12:39 am
    Long Distance Marriage can be tough! We talk about it on this Stupendous Marriage Show… Download | iTunes | Stitcher On the Show Today: Our Quote: Jesus taught that the one way we could guarantee we would be alone is to refuse to die to our selfish nature, but if we willingly set selfishness aside, we would experience new life…don’t ask God to change someone so that they will treat you better. Ask God to help you to accept your death, and then it won’t matter how the other person treats you. Mark Gungor Laugh Your Way to a Better Marriage   Segment 1 “We live in…
  • How to be a Proverbs 31 Husband

    stu@stugray.com (Stu Gray - Marriage Educator, Relationship Coach, Blogger and Podcaster)
    11 Jul 2014 | 12:06 am
    Download | iTunes | Stitcher The last twenty-one verses of Proverbs 31 are about a good and virtuous wife. There are some great character qualities for women to think about there – hardworking, generous, passionate, caring, industrious, a sacrificial heart, a good speaker, loves to laugh, and she enjoys her family. When I look at these verses, I notice that the husband of this woman is mentioned 3 times. Lets look at those 3 mentions and see if we can glean something for husbands today. How to be a Proverbs 31 Husband 1. vs. 11 – Her husband can trust her, and she will greatly…
  • 9 Areas to Help Be Mindful of Your Spouse

    stu@stugray.com (Stu Gray - Marriage Educator, Relationship Coach, Blogger and Podcaster)
    9 Jul 2014 | 12:01 am
    As we were running late to get out the door to art camp one morning, Lisa says “you need your belt, I’ll go grab it.” I figured she was talking to our son, because he doesn’t normally grab a belt for his shorts (It’s not high on his list of things to do when getting dressed). When I ran around the corner to grab my wallet out of the bedroom, Lisa was there with my belt and the wallet. She was talking to me when she mentioned the whole belt thing. I’m not the best at this whole ‘paying attention’ thing. I usually have to be prodded, like…
 
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  • I Covet: The Ideal Bookshelf

    Rachel
    24 Jul 2014 | 11:05 am
    My daughter turns one this Sunday. That’s crazy because I’m pretty sure she was born last week. For her birthday, what I  want to get her—which is to say, what I want to get myself, because she’s one so she doesn’t know from gifts—is one of these Ideal Bookshelf prints from artist Jane Mount. I love the Ideal Bookshelf series. Here’s a snippet from Mount’s mission statement: “I paint portraits of people through the spines of their favorite books: the ones that changed your life, that defined who you are, that you read again and again. ”…
  • What Should I be Reading Online?

    Rachel
    23 Jul 2014 | 1:24 pm
    I spend a lot of my day on the couch staring at the computer, not unlike the woman in this picture. Except, you know, my hair is less shiny, my clothes are less classy-casual, my nails are much less groomed and my smile is less smiley (except when reading this assessment of Blake Lively’s new lifestyle site, which had me laughing out loud, especially the “love affair with the past” part). I do most of my reading on feedly, where I collect articles from my favorite sites. Which is to say my daily reading is usually made up of stories from the following sites: Jezebel, The…
  • I Can Cook For My Husband and Still Be a Feminist

    Rachel
    11 Jul 2014 | 2:14 pm
    As a writer, you learn quickly to develop a thick skin. People on the Internet will comment about, for example, how you can’t write, or how your husband is inevitably going to leave you, or how your particular style of writing is entirely responsible for any man leaving any woman, ever. And you take it, and eventually learn to laugh at it, because it’s part of the gig. You will get rejections, you will get bad reviews, you might even get nasty emails. It comes with the territory. If you want to write for a living, you better learn to accept it or get out of the game. So it takes a…
  • Jennifer, Gwyneth & Me: On Sale Now (Also, GMA!)

    Rachel
    1 Jul 2014 | 2:00 am
    I have three babies. My actual baby, and then two books. Jennifer, Gwyneth & Me—baby number three—is on stands… today! I can’t believe it. This book feels like it’s been such a long time in the making. When I first handed it in, I thought it would be in stores in January 2014. Then I was told March. Then June. Then July. If you ask me, there couldn’t be a better pub date for this book than July 1. It’s light, fun beach reading (don’t believe me? Self, Cosmo and Shape.com all say so!) and out just in time for the holiday weekend. I couldn’t be…
  • Advice to Young Writers

    Rachel
    25 Jun 2014 | 3:11 pm
      Last week, I sat down with a young woman who, maybe, potentially, wants to be a writer. She just finished her freshman year of college, and is interested in short stories and poems but, as she told me, she knows that’s kind of dreamy. She knows, as she says, that she’ll need to get a “real job” too. We talked over lunch about what she’s reading, what she’s writing, and how one goes about getting a book published. In many ways, she reminded me of me, and upon thinking about our conversation, there are some things I wish I had told her. The same things…
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  • Sex Questions Many are Afraid to Ask

    Guest Blogger
    30 Jul 2014 | 11:04 pm
    Deciding to develop a sexual relationship with whom you are dating can be a fun and interesting experience. Yet, there are times it may be difficult to ask sexual questions without offending the other party. Sometimes you feel like you have the right to ask, especially if things are escalating beyond what you thought in the beginning. The post Sex Questions Many are Afraid to Ask appeared first on RelationsTips.
  • The A to Z Guide of Weddings

    Orsolya Bartalis
    23 May 2014 | 10:54 am
    Planning to have a wedding of a lifetime? Then this A to Z guide of weddings from CladdaghRings can surely help... The post The A to Z Guide of Weddings appeared first on RelationsTips.
  • 11 Things to Check if Both of You are Ready for a New Relationship

    Orsolya Bartalis
    19 May 2014 | 4:08 pm
    Looking for some answers on how to be relationship ready? These tips can surely help… 1. Past relationship problems. This emotional baggage isn’t a lovely quality, so doing all your best to get over these problems you had from the past is perfect for both you and your partner. Don’t hesitate to ask for any […] The post 11 Things to Check if Both of You are Ready for a New Relationship appeared first on RelationsTips.
  • 10 Gentle Ways You Can Try to be More Approachable to Men

    Orsolya Bartalis
    18 May 2014 | 12:44 pm
    How to be approachable to men? Read these tips... The post 10 Gentle Ways You Can Try to be More Approachable to Men appeared first on RelationsTips.
  • Mother’s Day Gift Ideas for the Whole Family

    Orsolya Bartalis
    9 Apr 2014 | 11:08 pm
    Are you stuck for Mother’s Day gift ideas this year? Know you want to get mom something special but just can’t decide on the perfect gift? It might be time to treat your mom to an heirloom gift that signifies the bond your entire family shares. It’s time to treat you mom to a family […] The post Mother’s Day Gift Ideas for the Whole Family appeared first on RelationsTips.
 
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  • Mourning the Loss of Someone You Love

    Amy C
    28 Jul 2014 | 8:09 pm
    Today I am going to talk about pain. Not the typical type of pain I usually discuss associated with heartaches, rejection, or blows to the ego. No, today I’m going to talk about a different kind of pain, one that has nothing to do with you, or me. It’s the pain of losing someone you love. A type of pain where you watch the ripple effect of loss impact your family, and the feeling of helplessness as you’d give the world to take that darkness away. As you are reading this, I will be attending my grandmother’s funeral. I will watch my mother’s heart break. I will see my family weep. I…
  • Featured on Webisode for the W Network’s Show, The Audience

    Amy C
    8 Jul 2014 | 7:59 pm
    Featured on a webisode for The Audience, a new show on the W Network. Check out the series here. The post Featured on Webisode for the W Network’s Show, The Audience appeared first on JustMyTypeMag.
  • With Her, It Was Effortless: Michael Henry

    Amy C
    23 Jun 2014 | 7:20 pm
    Michael Henry, Common-law with Henny Rebodos, with a 1 year-old son What is love to you? Love is giving someone the power to break your heart, but trusting them not too. What happened when you met her? We met at an event that I was DJing in New York. She stood out to me. I was attracted to her right away. I asked my friends who she was. But I kept it casual while we were there. I ended up getting her number from one of our mutual friends and I messaged her shortly after that night. How was the process of getting to know each other after that? It was never formal. It was really slow, casual…
  • I Got Rejected… And This is What Happened

    Amy C
    11 Jun 2014 | 8:19 am
    When it doesn’t work out with someone, it’s common to think, “What’s wrong with me?” You self-diagnose that there must be something you messed up in the dating dance. Perhaps you said the wrong thing, appeared too eager, moved too fast, moved too slow… the list goes on. You think: if only this happened or didn’t happen, then perhaps he’d still like me. But here’s the thing. You could have said all the right things. You could have had impeccable timing and the best hair day in history – but none of that matters. Because at the end of the day, people connect (or don’t…
  • He Likes Me… Not

    Amy C
    10 Jun 2014 | 3:58 pm
    He likes me.  He likes me not. I met a boy. And I liked him very much so. “He’s special. He’s different.” I told myself. And what I thought was unfolding as a beautiful beginning, came to a halting stop today as he sent me a message that “something is missing.” Naturally, my highly analytical brain replays the events of the last time we saw each other. Was it something I said? Did I make a bad joke? Did he not like the doodle I made him? What possibly triggered the energy from a excited 100 to a  ”something’s missing” zero within 48…
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    Reasons to be Single

  • Holiday. Celebrate.

    elfinkate
    1 Aug 2014 | 9:00 am
    Dahlinks. That picture, above, that’s MY passport and MY bikini. I’m off on holiday, where there will be cocktails, fresh water to bathe in and at least one good-looking man who doesn’t want to have sex with me. I can’t fucking wait. My holiday does, of course, mean that I shan’t be posting here for a couple of weeks, which I’m sorry about – but not that sorry. If you find yourself missing me you might like to browse my archives for posts from last summer, or else, listen to Dizzie Rascal’s Holiday, which is my tune of the moment. I’ll try…
  • Part 131: Pulled Pork

    elfinkate
    29 Jul 2014 | 11:24 am
    The first time I heard the words ‘pulled pork’, I was in LA. It was two or three years ago, it was a balmy, blue-skied day – as it always is in LA, although this particular day was a spring one, so as well as the sunshine there were pastel blossoms everywhere; blooming on tree branches, floating about in the warm breeze and dusting the pavement like confetti, except, thankfully, without a newly married couple anywhere in the vicinity, ruining the vibes. ‘I’m getting the pulled pork bun,’ my mate Tom said, looking up from his menu. We had gone for a late lunch –…
  • Part 130: Unrequited Love

    elfinkate
    23 Jul 2014 | 12:33 pm
    I fucking hate cats, usually. Like men, they’re either ugly, good-looking but dumb to the point of irrelevance, or else transparently cunning. And, also like men, they do that thing where they treat you with indifference, until you withdraw your affections, and then they’re all over you like salt on chips. Aloof, mewing fleabags that jump out from nowhere, hissing, with arched backs and spite-contorted faces, or else cross your path on Friday the thirteenth and curse you with bad luck forevermore. And they make me sneeze. I was a big fan of that woman who, a few years back, was caught on…
  • Part 129: Keeping Your Name

    elfinkate
    20 Jun 2014 | 11:32 am
    When I was a small girl, dressed in moss-green corduroy dungarees, with plaited blonde pigtails (which I had to braid all by myself because my mother was not capable of fashioning hair into anything other than a scrappy ponytail), I loved fairy tales. There was nothing I enjoyed more than having morality served up in narrative form – so that I could digest it whole – accompanied by slightly sinister illustrations, to hammer home the message, whatever it was, and usually it was don’t lie or cheat, work hard, never trust spinsters, (unless they have wings and a wand), remember that your…
  • Mediations on Summer (1)

    elfinkate
    11 Jun 2014 | 5:51 am
    Outside, in the garden, there are delicious grasses and wildflowers: bluebells with rich purple nectar, daisies dripping neon pollen, lush green ferns – and yet, as soon as I open the back door, bees swarm inside the house and smash themselves against the windows, trying to escape again. I’m starting to think they’re not very bright.
 
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  • Bullying and Fear

    Jay Krunszyinsky
    7 Jul 2014 | 5:19 am
    The bully is more frightened than his or her victim in many cases. He attempts to bring sense to his life by rationalizing that his victim is the cause of his actions and suppresses his thoughts of inadequacy and self-hate. In many schools, the bully had previously been on the other end of the stick where he was threatened and intimidated by other children/or adults. In either case, the perpetrator or victim remain equally fearful and filled with beliefs of unworthiness and inadequacy. Until schools and adults begin to realize that the act of bullying involves people that are centered in fear…
  • Parenting with Soul

    Jay Krunszyinsky
    1 Jun 2014 | 4:41 am
    My new parenting book is almost through the production process to be release very soon!  I am very excited to present this information to not only parents, but also folks that want joy and hope to come back into their lives. The world messages are clear. The world is trying to convince is that the economy is on the brink of collapse.  Violence and danger are depicted center stage on the media playing in every home.  More and more families feel separated even those residing in intact family units as each become distracted by fear and worry leading them to find relief through virtual…
  • Mothers Are a Source Of Inspiration

    Jay Krunszyinsky
    11 May 2014 | 3:11 pm
    It’s a truism that mothers are the source of love in our lives, that they show us how we should relate to those people around us, and that in many ways, our relationship with our mother is the foundation of our emotional happiness. So how can mothers inspire their children? A child watches nothing so closely as his parents. Before a baby begins to walk and talk, he is absorbing the things that are going on around him. If a mother is loving and attentive, and above all consistent, then the baby feels safe. Imagine the trauma of not being sure that if you are hungry you will be fed, that…
  • Recover From Addiction

    Jay Krunszyinsky
    11 May 2014 | 4:55 am
    Most of us have addictions. Maybe we always have to have two cups of coffee in the morning. Or perhaps we like to watch a rerun of our favorite TV show every Saturday night. But some of us have addictions which really hurt us, body and soul. Serious addiction is all about unresolved pain, which is based in fear. We follow a behavior which is designed to numb the pain and rid us of our fear. But it never can, until perhaps it kills us. I know many people that are recovering from addictions, and in particular, a person that is an alcoholic who has been sober for thirty years. His story is an…
  • Happy Parenting

    Jay Krunszyinsky
    27 Apr 2014 | 4:43 am
    Happy parenting is much different from parenting that comes from negative emotion.  To be an effective parent, spouse, or friend, you must adopt an approach to life that helps you to become happy.  Many of us go through our days in states that are far from optimal and even further from connecting with our children in ways that support their happiness.  The word that many of us misinterpret is selfishness.  Selfishness is the first step towards happiness.  I do not mean arrogance or a separation from others.  I mean loving oneself by taking care of one’s mind, body, and spirit.
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    Dear Wendy

  • Weekend Open Thread

    Dear Wendy
    1 Aug 2014 | 1:00 pm
    Happy first day of August! Or, as it’s known here in New York: Happy YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD IS GOING TO SMELL LIKE HOT GARBAGE FOR THE NEXT FOUR WEEKS DAY, cheers! Seriously, if you’ve never had the pleasure of visiting New York City in August, let me assure you: it stinks. My friend and I were […]
  • Friday Links

    Dear Wendy
    1 Aug 2014 | 10:00 am
    Here are a few things from around the web that may interest you: “‘Cats Against Feminism’ Throws The Perfect Amount Of Shade At Anti-Feminists” [via Buzzfeed] “A Response to ‘Women Against Feminism.’” [via I Wanted Wings] “These Women Kept Their Maiden Names And This Was The Reaction” [via HuffPo] “Marry me, Darling… for five years!” […]
  • I’m on HuffPo!

    Dear Wendy
    1 Aug 2014 | 9:00 am
    Exciting news! I’m a new blogger for Huffington Post (I will mostly be posting content previously published here, but may on occasion post something new). My first post, a classic that you’ve all seen before, is up now and I’d be so grateful if you’d give it some click-love or comment-love or FB Like or […]
  • Shortcuts: “I’m Beautiful and Successful, So Why Are His Texts So Short?”

    Dear Wendy
    1 Aug 2014 | 7:00 am
    It’s time again for Shortcuts. For every question I’ll give my advice in just a few sentences because sometimes the answer to a person’s question is so obvious and the need to hear it so great that being as clear and frank as possible is simply the best way to go. I have had a […]
  • 21 Things That Will (Probably) Happen to You in Your 20s

    Dear Wendy
    31 Jul 2014 | 12:00 pm
    Last month, I shared a list of things that will (probably) happen to you in your 30s. In a continuing effort to preserve my memory and to add to the record I have of my (distant-ish) youth, I bring you 21 things that will (probably) happen to you in your 20s (the decade of decadence […]
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    Black Love Advice | Black Love | Dating Advice | Relationship advice

  • 13 Sex Facts You Won’t Believe Are True…

    Black Love Advice.Com
    30 Jul 2014 | 7:15 am
    Written By: Naomi Epps It is always nice to take a break from your daily responsibilities to just reflect and have a good laugh. Here’s some eye-raising food for thought about sex. A few of these facts will leave you rolling on the floor laughing. […]
  • 5 Tips For Young Couples That Don’t Want To Be Old And Poor…

    Black Love Advice.Com
    29 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    Written By: Victor Trammell For couples who are married or plan on getting married, retirement isn’t a conversation that comes up very often. This is especially true for younger couples. However, the important concept of retirement planning is becoming more relevant as the American economy […]
  • 7 Signs You Can Trust Him With Your Heart

    Black Love Advice.Com
    28 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    Written By: Naomi Epps Have you ever been in love? Do you recall that feeling of being happy for no apparent reason, smiling out of the blue, and opening up to that one special person? Being in love is an amazing state of mind and […]
  • Love Fact #15

    Black Love Advice.Com
    23 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    Wedding rings are placed on the fourth finger of the left hand because of the belief that the vein in this finger leads straight to the heart. Source: Womans Day
  • 6 Questions That Turn Men Off…

    Black Love Advice.Com
    22 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    Written By: Natasha Moore Natural communicators, women often ask questions freely. When it comes to reading a situation and a person’s feelings, questions are necessary in our book. However, there are some questions we shouldn’t, but can’t help but to ask. Often, the person on […]
 
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    Tokii Lab

  • Why Great Leaders Don’t Judge Books Part III – Real Strength

    Tokii
    28 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    “Vulnerability is the only authentic state… Be vulnerable. Quake and shake in your boots with it. The new goodness that is coming to you, in the form of people, situations, and things can only come to you when you are… open.” – Stephen Russell, Barefoot Doctor’s Guide to the Tao: A Spiritual Handbook for the Urban Warrior Myths Revealed Admit it. It’s easy to jump to the generalization: If I show my staff [insert perceived weakness here]… I’ll be judged. I won’t be respected. Right? Today, maybe, not so much. Gone are the days when “The Big Boss” is found…
  • Well-Being as a Process and a Product

    Karla
    21 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    Author Bio: Having evolved from an intensely-driven, macro-level, overseas CEO in the mobile phone industry to a hands-on, Canadian CEO in the mobile app industry; Karla Tolstoy enjoys reflecting on her never-ending journey to greater well-being.     Well-being means a lot of things to a lot of people. My story of well-being necessarily marries my life as an entrepreneur with my life as a woman, wife and mom.  At times, that marriage hasn’t been an easy one.  Years ago (in what seems almost like a previous life these days) I was a thirty-something CEO in a foreign country in the…
  • Less Charted Places

    Karla
    14 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    I’ve been drawn to the proverbial “road less traveled” since childhood. The combination of ambition and gluttony for challenge has led me to venture to many places throughout the world. As an executive leader of two companies in different parts of the world, I can say with at least a little authority: Through the good, the bad, the ugly, and everything in between – the ride has been anything but dull. It has also been anything but easy. What they don’t tell you in school (and even tend to leave out in the real world) is this: Behind the hiring, ledgers, documents, reports, accounts,…
  • Why Great Leaders Don’t Judge Books Part II – The Terrible Taboos

    Tokii
    30 Jun 2014 | 6:00 am
    Sex. Religion. Politics. For decades, these have been considered the “big three” of taboo work topics. The times, though, they truly are a changin’, and to know your employees or team members, is to know some of the most pressing and personal topics that impact their everyday lives. Yes, sometimes those things that deeply influence team members and subordinates include sex, religion or politics. It also may include a few other topics that make people squirm a little in mixed company – things like: Mental health. Addiction. Abuse. Taboo or not Taboo – that is the question. Do taboo…
  • Why Great Leaders Don’t Judge Books Part I – Learning by Knowing

    Tokii
    23 Jun 2014 | 6:00 am
    Business leaders at Forbes.com suggest that getting to know your employees on a personal level isn’t a question of if – but how. Experts also agree about this: If you’re on personable terms with the people you’re managing, you’ll have a much better grasp on ways to both coach and motivate. If you can do that, there’s little limiting how much you and your team can accomplish in the business world. Let’s face it, though, people are as diverse snowflakes. While employees bring individual strengths and skills to the team, they also bring imperfections. They bring differences. They…
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  • He Relishes Your Attention But Could He Ever Love You?

    Kristina Marchant
    28 Jul 2014 | 1:14 pm
    Article I wrote for YourTango.com: He returns your text messages. He calls you back. He takes you up on invitations to spend time together. He eats your cooking and humbly accepts your gifts. Maybe he even admits that he deeply cares for you. But, he gets an ‘F’ for effort.   If you don’t reach out, he’s M.I.A. He won’t initiate contact. He doesn’t buy you gifts or do thoughtful things for you. Not to mention, he’s been clear since the beginning about not wanting a real relationship with you. So, could he still, one day, love you? Or is your heart destined to be…
  • Goddess Love Help: Drinking Responsibly On Dates

    Kristina Marchant
    22 Apr 2014 | 8:55 am
    Drinking responsibly on dates is a must.  It’s obvious advice and yet so few of us follow it.  Why?  Why do many of us ignore these sage words of wisdom of first date etiquette and guzzle anyway?   Here are 3 reasons why drinking responsibly on dates goes out the window… while the vodka gees down the hatch:   1.  We don’t think he’s the one so why not just have some fun.  You’ve been sitting with him for 10 minutes and something about him (or something he says) makes you think that you’ll never let THIS GUY end up as your husband.  You decide that…
  • When Men Stop Calling

    Kristina Marchant
    21 Apr 2014 | 11:51 am
    Article I wrote for digitalromanticinc.com: . He was once head-over-heels for you and now he’s heeled it out of there, nowhere to be found.  I’ve been right where you are quite a few times and it always hurt like hell.  The self-doubt, the analyzing and rehashing of each moment of every date trying to figure out what I said or did wrong to push him away.  I would drive myself mad and end up feeling like a toilet, hollow and filled with gook.  But I was able to turn things around when my current boyfriend pulled back and I want to share with you now what to do when men stop calling…
  • Date Night Beauty Regime: Removing The Mask

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

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

    Dee Dee Mozeleski
    20 Jul 2014 | 5:18 pm
    Sunday afternoons in Yonkers used to be ‘What We’re Cooking Sundays’ but the girl-child is gone away for her summer job in the woods. She was home for a few hours on Friday night to wash her laundry, flush some toilets (her camp is in the woods and those woods do not come with built in plumbing) and to watch ‘Orange is the New Black’ with the three girls who came home with her for the night. With A, her three friends, me, Britney the Wonder Cat and Chloe the Super Bunny, there were seven women in the house at once. I’d say it was too loud, or too many people or too something, but…
  • Showing Up is Not All of Life…HRC #BookReview

    Dee Dee Mozeleski
    19 Jul 2014 | 7:14 pm
    If you’re a lover of books, and burdened with the ability to read way too fast, what do you bring on a 17 hour flight from New York City to Ethiopia? If you’re a political junkie and lover of all things electorate, you pack “HRC” by Jonathan Allen, which documents the time between Hillary’s defeat during the 2008 Democratic primary and selection, and ultimately her political rebirth as Secretary of State in the Obama administration. I remember reading “Game Change” a couple of years ago and thinking that to have been on the very inside of either the Obama or Clinton campaign…
  • Ignoring the Shortcuts…

    Dee Dee Mozeleski
    8 Jul 2014 | 5:50 am
    (Originally written on July 5th, before there was wifi service)… I’m at Bole Airport in Addis Ababa. What a trip. We’ve had everything you could ask for and more. Lost luggage. Found luggage. Cancelled flights. Customs inspections. Roadside accidents. This trip has taught a lot of us so much. Never again will we travel without phones on the network of the country we’re in, we’ll never take out too much case from an ATM because banks don’t like to buy back their own money. And we all admit we need more than a week. There it is: Building something takes time.
  • On Shooting Stars and Commitment…

    Dee Dee Mozeleski
    3 Jul 2014 | 6:30 am
    It’s just about 99km from Addis Ababa to Adama. On the road to Adama you see so much. Caravans of oxen being herded along the shoulder of the highway. Small converted motorcycle buggies called tuk tuks traveling along at semi precarious speeds, children walking along the road waving at cars and large buses taking people to and from the capital city for jobs, schools or just because that’s where they need to be. The thing that is so beautiful about the trip is that you move from one town to another and see such a wide array of people, yet they are all doing the same thing you and I…
  • Love, Ethiopia

    Dee Dee Mozeleski
    2 Jul 2014 | 11:25 am
    All you need is love… Being in Ethiopia reminds me of something, and until this afternoon, I was trying to figure out what. Then, after realizing our new garden project is shaped in the form of a heart and having another stone heart pointed out to me when we arrived at our guest lodge, I understood what I had forgotten. You travel 17+ hours, brave lost luggage, exhaustion to the point of dropping, long days and even longer nights because of love. Everyone who works for Seeds of Africa does so because they’ve found something to love. Perhaps it’s education or community…
 
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  • Finish

    Scott
    31 Jul 2014 | 8:00 am
    It’s Chalkboard Week. If you missed one: Chalkboard Cures Frail Todays Chalkboard: “I will finish what I sta” (written only once implying the text would be: I will finish what I started) Bart didn’t and wasn’t likely to finish his list. He was excited. He raced out of the classroom and the school. Too often when you and I don’t finish something we don’t skip away we trip and fall over the pile of unfinished. Sometimes I feel like a failure. Whether it’s feeling overwhelmed, “I don’t have enough money”, “there’s not enough time”, or just…
  • Frail

    Scott
    30 Jul 2014 | 8:00 am
    Bart Simpson wrote, “I will not torment the emotionally frail.” Seth Gobin wrote, “All of us fail. Successful people fail often, and, [they] learn more from that failure than everyone else.” What doesn’t help? “Getting good at avoiding blame and casting doubt.” To paraphrase Gobin, while it may seem like blame increase your chances for survival and happiness, in fact it merely prevents you from learning from worthwhile failures. “I will not torment the emotionally frail (including myself)” Sometimes we put the blame on ourselves. Over the…
  • Cures

    Scott
    29 Jul 2014 | 8:00 am
    Today’s chalkboard confirms my intentions today: “I will not sell miracle cures.” I don’t have a miracle cure, and if I claimed to I would quickly be exposed as a fraud. The Fear Of Exposure Perverts Our Thinking “Psychologist Larry Crabb says that the primary motivation for all of our social behavior is a fear that if others really knew us as we are, they would reject us in disgust. This fear of exposure is rooted in our sense of the ugliness of our fallen natures as they have been perverted and corrupted by sin. Satan delights in inflaming this…
  • Chalkboard

    Scott
    28 Jul 2014 | 8:00 am
    Most Simpsons television episodes begin with an opening sequence of several short clips including Bart Simpson satisfying a consequence by writing a phrase on the classroom chalkboard. Known as the chalkboard gag, “the chalkboard gag is a running visual joke that occurs during the opening credits of many episodes. In this gag, Bart Simpson is writing a unique phrase on the chalkboard repeatedly; when the school bell rings, he immediately stops writing and runs out of the classroom.” 1 This week we’ll look at a few chalkboards and how they may or may not be written on the…
  • Inspire

    Scott
    23 Jul 2014 | 1:05 pm
    To paraphrase a great quote: “Good people inspire themselves; great people inspire others.”  I love that my life is filled with people like my friend Bianca. Her courage, determination and resolve inspires me to be better at what I do. Thanks to Bianca, and all the rest of you who don’t settle and want more You can read more about Bianca’s courage and TreeHouse’s contribution to her life here.
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  • I Quit My Job

    28 Jul 2014 | 8:32 am
    Sometimes you have to take the ultimate risk in order to achieve happiness, or, at the very least, to get you one step closer to it. And just a few weeks ago, I did just that. After 14 long, tedious, and downright unbearable months at my job, I decided to quit. And let me tell you all this now: it was one of the best decisions I've ever made in my entire life. For those of you who are wondering, yes, I gave my job a very formal two-week notice of my departure. This job was supposed to be temporary, and I guess in a way it was; I didn't quite leave when I wanted, but I always knew that I was…
  • The Jungle Girls Summer Must Haves!

    24 Jun 2014 | 9:12 am
    Summer is FINALLY here! Check out a few of our favorite items after the jump! Jelly/Statement Shoes  - You aren’t cool if you don’t have a pair of Jelly Shoes (Shout out to my friend Ariella who rocked purple Jelly shoes for like 4 years straight). They are comfortable, great sweat absorbers and they are freaking cute! You can even get away with wearing the ones that look like you are a child.  If you aren’t about the Jelly’s, find shoes that make a statement (ie. Cut out boots or bold colors). If it looks crazy to you, it probably looks awesome to me. And…
  • 20 Signs You're Not Fit to be an Adult

    24 Jun 2014 | 9:12 am
    So what you prefer to watch reruns of Kenan & Kel over news stuff on CNN? Posted by Diamond 1. You don't feel your age. AT ALL. 2. You've never been to a networking event. Talking to important people you don't know about important things? Ah, nope. 3. If you have, you have absolutely no clue how to act. 4. You have to set reminders to pay your student loans on time. And even then you still don't pay them by the deadline. 5. Your…
  • Word of the Week: Confidence

    24 Jun 2014 | 9:11 am
    Au NaturalWord of the day is Confidence                                                  con·fi·dence   noun \ˈkän-fə-dən(t)s, -ˌden(t)s\: A feeling or belief that you can do something well or succeed at something Women are dying to look perfect. It’s everywhere you look; you’re…
  • On Dating: Should You Cut Him Off Or Give It Time?

    11 Feb 2014 | 9:21 pm
    Upon first meeting a guy, should you know immediately if you're into him or not? Or is it possible that you could grow to like a guy you initially had no strong feelings for?  Posted by Diamond It goes without saying that our generation is generally impatient. With a myriad of social media platforms at our disposal through various forms of technology, we're used to receiving and communicating information instantly. We have to text, tweet, Facebook and Google the latest celebrity and world news, and when we can't find the answer to something, we grow restless. This restlessness…
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  • Funny Sayings That Make You Go HUH? In The Night

    Melany
    1 Aug 2014 | 6:43 am
    I was sitting at a bar last night, drinking my goose and soda while Bret Michaels sang to me, “Every Rose Has Its Thorn” and I wondered what the hell is he talking about because roses have way more than just one thorn? The cliché sayings that sound beautiful screeched in a high pitch tone, out of longhaired rocker’s mouths don’t always make sense. Yet, we sing and say things like these all the time. We use weird sayings to make sense of situations when we don’t understand or can’t explain what the hell is going on in any other... Continue Reading
  • Read These Tweets While You Sheet

    Melany
    29 Jul 2014 | 6:58 am
    Twitter. You do it, get it, are addicted to it and prefer it to Facebook or you are scared of it because you don’t know “how” to tweet. For some reason, Twitter is like the Chupacabra of social media conquering. It is like an endless labyrinth and David Bowie may live there but I haven’t followed him yet. One of the most common questions people ask me is can I “teach” them how to tweet. Really? Do you have thoughts in your brain? Good. Then, sit down, sign up and tweet whatever is in your head. Find things you like... Continue Reading
  • Got Wrinkles? Win $290 of Nerium AD Face & Body Firm Cream

    Melany
    23 Jul 2014 | 7:54 am
    Got wrinkles? There is an app for that and Melanysguydlines has an exclusive opportunity for you to get rid of your wrinkles without sticking needles in your face. People always card me and I tell them to limit their botox consumption because too much of anything is not a good look. Talking to you Mr. Manilow and Mrs. Kidman. But, after my moving ordeal with Jiminy, I felt like I was looking a little “worked” and worn out. My friend told me about this cream she was using on her face to reduce wrinkles, fine lines, redness and sent me... Continue Reading
  • Dating: 16 Reasons I Swiped & X’d Your Face on Tinder

    Melany
    21 Jul 2014 | 9:23 am
    I first heard about Tinder, the dating app, a few years back when I saw a super risqué AD on a billboard driving down Sunset Blvd in Hollywood. Someone told me that it was just a hook up site for guys that were not interested in me – just interested in each other. So, I disregarded this little app for quite sometime until a friend suggested I give it a try a few months back. To my surprise there were a lot of guys looking for girls and I threw my hat in the ring. Why not? Right? It really... Continue Reading
  • Win $100 To Stub Hub & Take Me With You

    Melany
    16 Jul 2014 | 9:59 am
    UPDATE to my psycho ex Jiminy Cricket saga. I moved out, got alimony and secured custody of Teddy Brewksi. I WIN! I WIN! Now, I am giving you a chance to win $100 to StubHub. Plus, I am cricket free and ready to celebrate! Partnering with my girl Helene from Helene In Between again for this giveaway. She is off to Europe and I am off to, well, …..NO WHERE (and am excited about it and not having to pack and unpack). While Helene travels Europe and I stop traveling, kick back and set out what I was meant to... Continue Reading
 
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  • How I Personally Managed Transition

    Jessica Morris
    31 Jul 2014 | 3:00 pm
    Talking with Counsellor, Mentor and Business Coach Duncan Morris If you are a keen observer of nature, you will know that transition is part of the natural order of things. We call the transition between day and night ‘twilight’; the transition between summer and winter we call ‘autumn’ or ‘fall’; the transition between being a child and being an adult we term ‘adolescence’. Transition is the movement between the old and the new, sometimes swift but more frequently transition is slow and even painful. It is for this reason that we can…
  • Our Love Affair with Alcohol and Other Drugs

    Colleen Morris
    24 Jul 2014 | 4:48 pm
    Have you ever paused to consider just how deeply your lifestyle and those around you have been affected by alcohol and other drugs?  In this infographic provided by the Australian Drug Foundation, we are shown the facts about our nation’s love affair with alcohol and other drugs. No matter what your age or socio economic factors, it is evident that these substances have negatively impacted our lives and will continue to do so unless we better educate ourselves and our families in these areas. This fascinating infographic shows us that we can no longer put our head in the sand- we must take…
  • On Being Brave

    Jessica Morris
    17 Jul 2014 | 3:00 pm
    In every aspect of our lives, we will always face the inevitable clause of change. In our relationships, work life, social life and private life, we will each be given moments where we must choose to embrace change or deny it. Often, this denial can lead to unresolved issues, addictions, relationship troubles and conflict. When we embrace change and bravely recognise the issues surfacing in our lives, we are able to move forward with a greater awareness of ourselves and are ultimately a lot happier. In this blog originally published by Hope Movement, we discuss the importance of being brave…
  • 5 Traits of a Healthy Relationship

    Jessica Morris
    10 Jul 2014 | 3:00 pm
    © All rights reserved by Angelo Gonzalez/ CC Attribution 3.0licence We are all familiar with the strain we feel when we have a friend, family member or a spouse who is particularly demanding. When relationships are not cultivated in a healthy manner, they can leave us feeling physically drained and stressed. Emotionally, an unhealthy relationship can also lead to feelings of bitterness, anger and unforgiveness. It is common to assume that we must always be agreeable and generous in our relationships, but what happens when we are giving too much of these qualities and are receiving none of…
  • Couple Relationships: 20 Ways to Improve Your Sleep

    Colleen Morris
    3 Jul 2014 | 3:00 pm
    Image courtesy of photostock / FreeDigitalPhotos.net It is 2am in the morning and I am settling myself on the couch, snuggling down under a blanket, relieved to be in the quiet space of my lounge room. I do have a very comfortable bed in the next room where my husband of 25 years, sleeps blissfully unaware of my nocturnal wanders. As I hear the, now distant rumble that is the sound of his breathing aided by a sleep apnea machine, my mind wanders to the many couples I have had the privilege to know, who have confided similar scenarios. “He/she keeps me awake all night with his snoring and…
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  • Table-For-2: Cha Cha Moon

    Gareth
    19 Jul 2014 | 11:00 pm
    A noodle bar with a neon heart, Cha Cha Moon takes regional Asian dishes and serves them up with panache and innovation. With only one freezer on site for the ice cream and an expansive open kitchen with over 50 staff at any time, Cha Cha Moon dishes up some of the freshest food in London. His ‘n’ Hers Handbook snapped our chopsticks and slurped up some noodles at the Soho restaurant… Noodles – yum yum in the tum tum. They sure are… presuming you can get them in there. Eating noodles with chopsticks is like riding a unicycle on cobbles – it’s a daunting task at first but…
  • The One: Heart-shaped waffle maker

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

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

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

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

    Yen
    1 Aug 2014 | 2:47 am
    Free Marriage Advice - Things Never Say To Your Man Men and women are both very different people. What you can say to one, you can’t say to another. In thefree marriage advice given to men, he would probably be told that should his wife ask if she looks fat in her new dress, he should never answer yes whether she is or not. How about free marriage advice for women? Just like women, there are things that men do not want to hear whether they may be true or not. What is the reason behind this?
  • Fix Relationship – The #1 Way To Spice It Up

    Yen
    21 Jul 2014 | 7:53 pm
    Fix Relationship – The #1 Way To Spice It Up   There are times in most relationships when they seem to be losing the spice that they once had. All too often partners may think that this is a natural course of events and it is, if they let it be. Many couples will think that it is fate and that something will occur to bring the spice back into the relationship. However,  that kind of luck is a myth. To fix relationship potential problems is something that you can’t leave to chance. It is far too important and so you have to intervene and create your own luck. To fix…
  • Free Relationship Advice On Forgiveness Dilemma

    Yen
    14 Jul 2014 | 8:04 pm
    Free Relationship Advice On Forgiveness Dilemma   What can you do if your partner has cheated on you? At this point, you may need some free relationship advice to help you get through this rough situation. Upon finding that your partner has cheated on you, anger and a sense of betrayal would be overwhelming. You may even want vengeance for the pain you are suffering but you must allow the immediate rage to subside before you take further steps. Free relationship advice is given to ease such situations. However, every relationship is different and no two circumstances are the same.
  • How To Overcome Jealousy

    Yen
    8 Jul 2014 | 2:56 am
    How to Overcome Jealousy   There are two types of jealousy namely, the warranted and unwarranted jealousy. Some may also call it rational and irrational jealousy. Jealousy may be good for you, or it may make you feel perturbed depending on the type of jealousy you are experiencing. Below is the unconventional strategy that works on how to overcome jealousy to ensure that your jealousy will not negatively affect your relationship.  Irrational jealousy is a strong, ugly and negative emotion that it is often hard to acknowledge. Hence, it helps to know how to overcome jealousy, in case…
  • Healthy Relationship Tips – Conversation At Dinner

    Yen
    30 Jun 2014 | 5:54 pm
    Healthy Relationship Tips – Conversation At Dinner   How Much Do You and Your Spouse Talk at Dinner? How long has it been since you and your spouse had a long chat while dining? Has there been a time when it feels hard to start small conversation between you and your spouse? This has recently been the topic of a study and the results are surprizing. Yet, although surprizing, they could lead to some healthy relationship tips. A study has been conducted on 500 married couples and the results pattern was startling. Those who have been married for: -         1 year spent 40…
 
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  • How to Make Him Pay Attention to You Now

    admin
    11 Jul 2014 | 2:45 am
    Getting his attention used to be easy. All you had to do was walk into the room – any room – and you had his undivided attention. Add a little wiggle to his walk, toss your hair over your shoulder, and crook your little finger and he’d come running fast. Lately, the only thing that gets that much love from him is the television remote. You’re starting to feel a little bit left out and worn down.   What if I told you that there is something you can do RIGHT NOW that will get his attention – in a good way? You can!   It’s easier than you think and…
  • Marriage Mistakes Women Make and How to Avoid Them

    admin
    9 Jun 2014 | 6:37 am
    Marriage is a complex entity that rarely turns out quite the way you envisioned while making plans and picking out China patterns and wedding dresses. It was so much simpler when it was all on paper and everything matched up perfectly. Real life is never quite so neat and tidy.   Unfortunately, many couples put far more thought into planning the details of their marriage without putting a single thought into what’s going to happen once the vows are made. If you’re getting ready to take your walk down the aisle, keep these mistakes in mind so you can avoid them in your…
  • Best Ways To Get Ex Back – They Work

    admin
    21 May 2014 | 10:09 am
    The one thing you don’t want to ever have to go through, is the realization that the relationship you just ended was the perfect relationship for you. It happens a lot, people get caught up in the day to day of living and they let their relationship go a little bit and before they know it, they just don’t feel the connection with their partner that they used to feel. It can be easy to mistake this common issue with lost love. If that has happened to you and you want to set things right, here are the best ways to get ex back.     Before we get into the steps, I want you…
  • Tips for Making Up After a Fight

    admin
    23 Mar 2014 | 8:08 am
    images credit to google.com Even in the best relationships, couples will occasionally disagree or perhaps even fight. However, committed couples seem to always find a way to quickly reconcile, get over it, and move forward. Making up, in a healthy and open manner is the best approach when things aren’t always sunshine and roses.   Tips for Making Up #1 - Look Beyond the Actual Argument   Most therapists agree that when couples fight, most often the problem isn’t actually what they are fighting about. On the surface, it may appear as if the argument is about the kids or…
  • Common Relationship Issues and How To Fix Them

    admin
    11 Mar 2014 | 7:32 am
    Rarely do couples ever avoid their fair share of bumps in the road during their relationship journey. If you can identify what specific relationship issues may be headed your way ahead of time, you will gain a greater chance of avoiding them altogether.   Successful couples have effectively learned how to deal with the inevitable ups and downs that every relationship goes through. In other words, they know how to keep their love life alive.   When the going gets tough, they don’t give up. They’ve figured out how to tackle both big and small problems along with how to…
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  • Noise Pollution

    Mandy Kloppers
    1 Aug 2014 | 2:04 am
      Noise Pollution Noise pollution is “a modern plague,” declared Louis Hagler, MD, and Lisa Goines in a 2007 Southern Medical Journal paper that summarized dozens of scientific studies. “Our society is beset by noise, which is intrusive, pervasive, and ubiquitous; most important of all, it is unhealthy.”  I […] The post Noise Pollution appeared first on Thoughts on Life and Love.
  • Inspiration to Make You Smile

    Mandy Kloppers
    31 Jul 2014 | 2:34 am
        Inspiration to Make You Smile We all need inspiration in our lives. It symbolises the positive energy flow, the fuel that keeps us going especially when times are tough.               Mandy X Photo Credits: Photos by symphony of love […] The post Inspiration to Make You Smile appeared first on Thoughts on Life and Love.
  • Some Really Good Advice…

    Mandy Kloppers
    30 Jul 2014 | 12:24 am
    Some Really Good Advice…   There are some things you cannot change…like narcissists and people in denial They can’t get enough—enough love, praise, attention, control. Psychologists categorize them as borderline personalities, narcissists, etc., etc., but all you need to remember is this: You cannot satiate them. Don’t […] The post Some Really Good Advice… appeared first on Thoughts on Life and Love.
  • Major Life Changes – Advice To Survive

    Mandy Kloppers
    29 Jul 2014 | 4:17 am
      Major Life Changes – Advice To Survive   The transformational change cocoon can be messy and hard work but the end result can be beautiful to behold. All of us will experience metamorphosis several times during our lives, exchanging one identity for another. You’ve already changed […] The post Major Life Changes – Advice To Survive appeared first on Thoughts on Life and Love.
  • How To Stop Ignoring Your Inner Wisdom

    Mandy Kloppers
    28 Jul 2014 | 2:15 am
      How To Stop Ignoring Your Inner Wisdom “There is a voice that doesn’t use words. Listen.” ~ Rumi   Your inner wisdom is there, trust me on this. The problem is that we have been conditioned to seek answers outside of ourselves. We ask others and […] The post How To Stop Ignoring Your Inner Wisdom appeared first on Thoughts on Life and Love.
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  • 7 Magic Keys to Self-Discovery

    Sandra Fisher
    7 Jul 2014 | 4:40 am
    “The 7 Magic Keys to Self-discovery”  is the result of numerous requests for an explanation that will show you how to find the various sides 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…
  • Selfishness and Generosity: Nature’s Secret

    Sandra Fisher
    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 Fisher
    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…
  • A Compliment can Work Wonders and Lift your Relationship

    Sandra Fisher
    13 Jan 2014 | 2:30 am
    A well-chosen compliment can work wonders in your relationship. It’s a simple fact! Compliments can work like magic. But have you noticed how difficult some people find it to give a compliment?  It’s as if they’re scared it will be regarded as flattery. They don’t understand the magic that a compliment can wield. While couples are dating, compliments come thick and fast. “How beautiful you are!”  “How lovely your hair looks tonight!” or ”You look a million dollars in that suit!” and so on. But then as they become more familiar with one another they start taking one…
  • How to Cope with Loneliness during the Holiday Season

    Sandra Fisher
    16 Dec 2013 | 12:15 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…
 
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  • Getting a Second Chance at Love (Podcast #73 – Michelle Steinke)

    Warren
    30 Jul 2014 | 4:42 am
    Episode #73 comes to you from sunny Spain. We’re talking about second chances at love and how to move forward. Sometimes life gives you a second chance, or even two! Not always, but sometimes. It’s what you do with those second chances that counts.” ~ Dave Wilson Show Notes Imagine if we only had one […]
  • The Big 3 Areas that can Make an Immediate Impact on Your Relationship (Podcast #72 – Tony and Lisa DiLorenzo)

    Warren
    23 Jul 2014 | 2:26 am
    Episode 72 comes to you from sunny Spain. Today we’re talking about ‘The Big 3’ mistakes almost everyone is making and how knowing them can make an immediate impact on your relationship.  “Beware the barrenness of a busy life.” ~ Socrates Show Notes Do you find yourself saying “I’m too busy” whenever people ask how […]
  • Why You Only Get 3 Chances at Love (Episode #71 with Ty Tashiro, PhD)

    Betsy
    16 Jul 2014 | 5:15 am
    Episode 71 of the Married with Luggage Podcast comes to you from sunny Spain. Today we’re talking about the science behind happily ever after and how you can stack the odds in your favor. Bad times have a scientific value. These are occasions a good learner would not miss.” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson Show Notes Treating your […]
  • The 6-week Romance Experiment (Podcast #70)

    Warren
    9 Jul 2014 | 3:05 am
    Episode 70 comes to you from the sunny Andalucia region of Spain. Today we’re talking about the 6-week Romance Experiment – what it is, how it worked, and how you can get in on the action. “For the two of us, home isn’t a place. It is a person. And we are finally home.”  ~ Stephanie Perkins […]
  • The Modern-Day Green Acres Couple (Podcast #69 – from Big City to Goat Farm)

    Warren
    2 Jul 2014 | 4:15 am
    Episode 69 was recorded in live on a farm in Belgium. Today we’re talking to a couple who went from the city life to the farm life without ever having even owned a pet before. “You have to be a romantic to invest yourself, your money, and your time in cheese.” ~ Anthony Bourdain Embarking on […]
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  • Your Ultimate Guide to Safer Sex

    Sunset Talks
    20 Jul 2014 | 1:43 am
    There is no such thing as 100% safe sex, but yes there are ways to make sex safer from sexually transmitted diseases, infections, and unplanned pregnancy. Let’s see how. The post Your Ultimate Guide to Safer Sex appeared first on Sunset Talks.
  • How to Dress for a Casino Night

    Sunset Talks
    4 Jul 2014 | 7:24 am
    Proper casino etiquette can get you much further than you could ever expect especially when it comes to the dressing part. So, here is how you should dress for a casino night. The post How to Dress for a Casino Night appeared first on Sunset Talks.
  • Infographic: Online Shopping Trends in India

    Anchal Bhatia
    19 Jun 2014 | 6:00 am
    Cashkaro.com recently conducted a survey among its users to dig deeper into online shopping trend and their survey produced some interesting insights. Let's have a look. The post Infographic: Online Shopping Trends in India appeared first on Sunset Talks.
  • Four Tips for Buying Sunglasses Online

    Anchal Bhatia
    2 Jun 2014 | 9:24 am
    Anybody who wears sunglasses knows what does those two tiny pieces of glass mean. Apart from making a fashion statement, they help us to protect our precious eyes from the sun’s glare. If you are planning to buy this fashion accessory in the comfort of your home, hold on and take our advice on shopping for sunglasses online. This will save you a lot of cash and hassle, we bet! The post Four Tips for Buying Sunglasses Online appeared first on Sunset Talks.
  • Tips for Getting Back to Work After Maternity Leave

    Anchal Bhatia
    21 May 2014 | 8:43 am
    Between changing nappies, breastfeeding, being up all night with the little one, and post natal hormonal changes, getting back to work feels like a distant memory. While some mothers decide to give up their careers completely post pregnancy, many continue to multi-task. If latter is your decision and your maternity leave is coming to an end, here are some tips to ensure a smooth transition back to work. The post Tips for Getting Back to Work After Maternity Leave appeared first on Sunset Talks.
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    Ask the Astrologers » Relationships

  • Venus in Cancer — July 18, 2014 — Aug 12, 2014

    Melodie
    17 Jul 2014 | 11:03 pm
    Venus enters Cancer on July 18, 2014 at 14:06 UT (10:06 am EDT). Venus in Cancer natives are known for being sensitive, affectionate and loving. This is a very feminine archetype. Even the strongest, most independent and assertive Venus in Cancer people – both male and female — are apt to express themselves in traditionally feminine ways, such as nurturing, caring for and comforting others. When it comes to relationships, they tend to mother their partners as well. They may be passive or indirect in the early stages, but this is because they have a lot of fears — mostly…
  • Venus in Gemini — June 23, 2014 — July 18, 2014

    Melodie
    22 Jun 2014 | 10:25 am
    Venus enters Gemini on June 23, 2014 at 12:33 UT (8:33 am EDT). Venus is the esoteric ruler of Gemini, as the catalyst through which the concept of “Love” first emerges — through connecting, interacting and most importantly communicating with others. Venus in Gemini people are charming and flirtatious. They’re playful, light-hearted and charismatic with a natural appreciation for the give-and-take that goes hand-in-hand in any relationship. They’re insatiably curious, wanting to know everything there is to know about the people they’re interested in, and as…
  • Ask the Tarot: Second Time Around

    Melodie
    10 Jun 2014 | 4:24 am
    A client wants to know about a relationship that ended a few years back. It started, faltered and then fizzled out over the course of a year, without ever fully developing into the serious, committed relationship that my client was interested in. Since January, their relationship has been “back on” again, after several different transitions (from periods of not speaking at all to attempts to maintain the connection as a friendship only, with a few ‘casual’ hookups in between). Now though things seem to be moving forward again. And my client — Melissa — is…
  • Venus in Taurus — May 28, 2014 – June 23, 2014

    Melodie
    28 May 2014 | 5:37 pm
    Venus enters Taurus May 29, 2014 at 1:45 am UT (May 28, 2014 at 9:45 pm EDT).  Venus is exalted in Taurus, meaning that it is in its own ruling sign, that it’s comfortable in that sign, and that it is likely to express its highest most powerful vibration there. If you were lucky enough to have been born with this placement, you probably have a natural appreciation for the beauty and the arts, for love and romance, and for anything that stimulates the 5 senses: a breath-taking sunset for example, a soft ocean breeze, a haunting melody, fine wine, gourmet foods, exotic spices, fragrant…
  • Ask the Astrologers: Is it Really Over?

    Chrisalis
    21 May 2014 | 4:10 pm
    A client, we shall call Jane, asks on her 2 year strong relationship which ended suddenly in April. She suspects Mars retrograde is the culprit and I agree this may have played a part but there were some other astrological players at the same time which continue to weave their way through both her and his charts. With the overall energy of Mars retrograde and the other transits which were also going on during this time you can get an idea of how looking at both birth charts gives an invaluable understanding of what else may be hidden under the surface, how long it will last for and what you…
 
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    Fiona Beck » Love and Relationships

  • What is unconditional love?

    FIona Beck
    18 Jul 2014 | 12:14 pm
    If we quote the bible, Unconditional Love is described in 1 Corinthians 13: If I speak in the tongues of men or of angels, but do not have love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal. 2 If I have the gift of prophecy and can fathom all mysteries and all knowledge, and if I have a faith that can move mountains, but do not have love, I am nothing. 3 If I give all I possess to the poor and give over my body to hardship that I may boast, but do not have love, I gain nothing. 4 Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. 5 It does not dishonor…
  • The Waiting Game

    Melodie
    17 Jul 2014 | 8:34 am
    One of the most common questions I get asked as a psychic is: “when will he (or she) call?” This usually comes on the heels of one of two potential relationship scenarios: 1: they’ve made a connection with someone who seemed promising at the time but hasn’t followed up; or 2: there’s been discord in an existing relationship and no one has called to try to make things right. In both scenarios the client is clearly “waiting” for the other person to make a move, but what they don’t realize is that getting that to happen is far more in their hands than it is in…
  • How to attract and create a healthy relationship

    FIona Beck
    17 Jul 2014 | 2:47 am
    Do healthy long term relationships evade you? Does it feel as if everyone you know seems to be able to find love and commitment while you hop from one un-satisfactory relationship to the next? Do you keep telling yourself that you just need to find the ‘right one’? Have you ever considered that in order to find the ‘right one’ you also need to BE the ‘right one’? Here is a list of ten things to consider when seeking love. 1) Pay close attention to someones words and actions. Do they deliver on promises or is it all talk and no action? 2) Just because you…
  • Beware the Catfish

    FIona Beck
    10 Jun 2014 | 8:59 am
    Online dating is fast becoming the most popular way of meeting new people. There are many sites to choose from and no reason why you can’t join several, but what are the hidden pitfalls of online dating? 1) Catfish Profiles. Any dating sites that requires payment to access all of its features needs to give you an INCENTIVE to pay for this access. You may find that you can browse all the profiles free of charge, but if you want to exchange email with another member then its time to pay for a membership. At a glance, this seems reasonable. They are not asking you to pay for membership…
  • Commitment Phobia

    FIona Beck
    2 Jun 2014 | 11:16 pm
    When we think of commitment phobia we often imagine someone who runs away from relationships, marriage, love and any long term entanglement that can’t be dropped at a moments notice. But this is only HALF the story. The thing that many people fail to realise is that commitment phobics struggle with committing to ANYTHING and that includes STAYING AWAY. Many of us have experienced the hot / cold, and off/ on aspects of an unstable interaction but we fail to see that what we are actually dealing with is commitment phobia. The fact that someone constantly comes back confuses us into thinking…
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  • The Ultimate Guide To Fleshlight LaunchPAD

    James Buzinko
    30 Jul 2014 | 6:17 am
    Sex and technology go hand in hand. Each time technology advances, we always seem to find a way to repurpose it and use it to enhance our sexual experience. Now Fleshlight has introduced a new upgrade that lets you, literally, have sex with your iPad. It’s true that most people love their iPads, and the […]
  • The Beginner’s Guide To Aneros Prostate Massagers

    James Buzinko
    30 Jul 2014 | 2:44 am
    Aneros prostate massagers are some of the best on the market. Built with comfort and pleasure in mind, these toys stimulate the male G-Spot to help you achieve a Super-O, or Super Orgasm. The beauty of a prostate orgasm is that there’s no ejaculation involved, which means you can reach climax multiple times without having to worry about […]
  • How To Have A Perfect Quickie – 6 Tips And 8 Places You Need To Try Out

    James Buzinko
    21 Jul 2014 | 4:57 am
    Having a quickie can be an amazing experience, but many people do not know how to move a good one into an amazing 5 minutes of passion! While sex shouldn’t be complicated, everything has to be just perfect to make the pure pleasure of a quick passionate intercourse reach its maximum potential. Whether she is […]
  • The 10 Best Male Sex Toys That Are Worth Your Money

    James Buzinko
    21 Jul 2014 | 12:00 am
    As a man, you have probably seen a myriad of sex things dedicated for her and have been wondering, “What happened to all of the male toys?” After all, men like to have fun too – right? When your hand simply is getting too boring or your arm is killing you from overuse, there are things that […]
  • 8 Reasons Why Sex Is Good For Your Body

    James Buzinko
    19 Jul 2014 | 1:56 pm
    For most of us, sex is all about the pleasure, emotion and experience. We rarely think about any health benefits, if any, that may be associated with a good romp in the sack. Aside from the obvious physical benefits, there are many other things going on behind the scenes that are helping make our bodies […]
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    get-a-wingman.com

  • 5 Pillars Of Being Productive

    Patrick
    25 Jul 2014 | 7:11 am
    We are living in the world of rush and high demands, where everybody is trying to fit in as much as they can in the given short period of time. There is no pitying the weak. An episode of improper scattered attention or minor laziness may cost us a lot. Therefore, to make the most out of those 24 hours we are given, we need to stay on the peak of our performance and to be the best, we need to out-perform the others. How to be more productive? How do we reach that peak and keep it? The place where everything seems to be going with the flow.Where unbearable obstacle suddenly becomes another…
  • How to Lucid Dream Tonight – 8 Ways To Hack Your Sleep

    Marzena
    7 Jul 2014 | 1:45 am
    Do you ever wonder what it would be like to control your mind and influence your dreams? To experience things during sleep that you’re afraid of or unable to in real life, like kissing your favorite actress, flying, being a hero, or simply evaluating different solutions to your real life problems? Maybe you just want to remember your dreams better? It’s understandable if you do. Assuming you sleep 8 hours every night, you’ll spend a third of your life sleeping! Wouldn’t it be great if you were aware of how your brain uses this time and knew how to control the process to experience…
  • How To Attract Girls Without Saying A Word

    Patrick
    17 Jun 2014 | 8:38 am
    Five Alpha Male Techniques That Will Build Your Confidence Around Girls and Attract Them Without Even Saying A Word Have you ever noticed how many girls complain about guys being assholes, but still only seem to flirt with guys that clearly don’t care about them? Have you wondered why you keep getting overlooked in favor of supposed “Alpha Males”? What makes “Alpha Males” so attractive to women? Read on, and find out how you can change your behavior, become more confident, and significantly increase your chances with women. 1. Confidence – Fake it ‘til you make it. The…
  • FRIEND ZONE QUIZ: How Deep Are You Stuck In The Friend Zone?

    Thomas
    12 Jun 2014 | 6:53 am
    You meet a hot girl and start hanging out together and everything is going well. She seems to really enjoy your company, laughs at your jokes. She may say things like “You’re such a nice guy!” or , “I hope I meet a guy like you some day”.If you ask her out to dinner or out to the movies, she might ask: “Who else is going to be there?” Hold on, weren’t you just put into the FRIEND ZONE?? Time limit: 0 Quiz-summary 0 of 10 questions completed Questions: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Information FRIENDZONE QUIZ: How deep are you stuck in the friendzone? You have already completed the…
  • How to Get Rid of Acne Overnight – Home Remedies

    Patrick
    1 Jun 2014 | 2:23 am
    Acne happens because of excess skin oil plus dirt plus bacteria. Don’t worry, even the most beautiful people in the world experience an unexpected pimple from time to time. All treatments address one or more of these causes from clogging the skin pores and getting infected resulting in acne breakouts. Aloe Vera Aloe Vera is well known as a remedy for all sorts of human ailment. This is due to it being anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and antiseptic. Experiments have shown that aloe vera’s antibacterial properties helps to prevent infection. It has been used to reduce inflammation…
 
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  • 12 Ways to Beat Boredom in Your Relationship

    Ana
    30 Jul 2014 | 9:44 am
    Boredom is a dangerous state for any relationship. You think you’re okay, and in most cases you are, and everything works out fine. But sometimes (too often) if the excitement is missing for any length of time, it creates a gap that can be filled all too easily by an […] The post 12 Ways to Beat Boredom in Your Relationship appeared first on Love From Ana.
  • How Do You Know You Can Trust A Guy?

    Ana
    24 Jul 2014 | 10:34 pm
    Trust doesn’t happen overnight, so don’t worry if it’s not there right at the beginning of a relationship. As you get to know a guy you’ll find out over time if you can trust him or not by what he says and what he does. Give yourself time to get […] The post How Do You Know You Can Trust A Guy? appeared first on Love From Ana.
  • 9 Signs of a Bad First Date

    Ana
    18 Jul 2014 | 11:45 am
    Not every date will be perfect. There will always be the one that got away, the evening you’d rather not think about, or the guy that made you cringe. However, there are times when you’re in the date and you’re not quite sure if this is going to be a […] The post 9 Signs of a Bad First Date appeared first on Love From Ana.
  • Living Together Before Marriage

    Ana
    10 Jul 2014 | 8:23 am
    When I first met my husband we were post graduate students together in the same town but after six months our new careers took us to different places, and it took almost two years of long-distance hassle before we were together again. At that point, we moved in together, then […] The post Living Together Before Marriage appeared first on Love From Ana.
  • Turn A Bad Day Into A Good One

    Ana
    9 Jul 2014 | 11:54 am
    All kinds of bad things may happen to good people at some point, but typical run-of-the-mill bad days are not full of disastrous events. Sometimes we just have one of those days when nothing terrible happens but little things that don’t go our way put us in a bad mood. […] The post Turn A Bad Day Into A Good One appeared first on Love From Ana.
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  • Never Miss 6 Places to Visit in Australia

    Epaperbird
    30 Jul 2014 | 10:15 pm
    Australia is a beautiful country famous for the leave gets shores and islands. These qualities make Australia a desirable tourist destination. Rich in national resources, the nation appeals to the eye of an incredible number of site visitors each year via all over the world. Australia provides top places to visit. If you adore journey they might participate in pursuits like going, mountain climbing, bicycling and also a a few other athletics. Australia can be a substantial state so it provides numerous pleasures and like a charm pertaining to people to help discover. It will become very hard…
  • How to Make Million of Dollars in Super Easy Way

    Epaperbird
    28 Jul 2014 | 2:22 am
    Many folks online spend entirely most of their time, without knowing the secrets of online marketing business gurus via the money making ideas easy techniques. Many wonder about these ideas, and even though many folks have websites, they are not able to make money online and spend sleepless nights trying to make money. For all the forks trying to make it online and be able to make money online, the following are some super easy eye openers. Thank Me Later Your website should have Freebies This is a super easy money making idea. Most people love having free things no matter how small they are.
  • 6 Unknown SharePoint 2010 New Features

    Epaperbird
    27 Jul 2014 | 10:24 am
    The following are some of the new features that are in the SharePoint 2010 Silver Light Support, built –in One is able to ass Silver Light components in the SharePoint 2010 with no single configurations. All you need to do is simply upload the Silver Light XAP file in the (document Library) , then add the SharePoint OOTB web page and then point it to the XAP file and that’s it, you are done. Improved Theming Support The SharePoint provides already built-in themes just like PowerPoint and Word. One is able to choose and apply any of these themes and be able to change the feel and the look…
  • 3 Facts About Contextual Marketing / Context Advertising

    Epaperbird
    25 Jul 2014 | 8:06 pm
    Contextual marketing is also known as contextual advertising, and it is a form of targeted marketing for advertisements showing up on websites. This type of marketing is focused on marketing to a group of people based on keywords on the websites they are viewing or visiting. A good example of this type of marketing is Search Engine Advertising. This is because the ads that come in the results after searching are entirely based on the different keywords or key phrases the requester uses to search with. Marketers bid for the utilization of these keywords and they are able to make profits…
  • How to Make Extra Money Online

    Epaperbird
    24 Jul 2014 | 8:28 am
    There are different ways on how to make money online. One way is by taking online surveys. There are different sites that pay people to give their opinions. You just need to sign up on survey sites and when surveys are available, the invitations are sent to your inbox. Each completed survey earns points that are redeemable as cash. Another way is by becoming an online writer. There are various writing jobs that require content writers, ghost writers, proof-readers, academic writers and other writing jobs. The writing job is one of the common jobs to create money online. The cash is paid…
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    Boundless

  • Your Turn: Tricycles, Sidecars and the Importance of the Third Wheel

    Boundless Community
    1 Aug 2014 | 7:47 am
    by Claire Kinney My junior year of college, I found myself ninth wheeling it to our Christmas banquet. If you’ve worked that out mathematically, you have probably figured out that there were four couples and me. My friends were going, so were their boyfriends, so I went along. It wasn’t until a girl came up to our table, pointed at me and said, “Oh, Claire! Aww. Wow. You’re so great for going along without a date” that it even occurred to me to be bothered by the situation.  So many people get really hung up on the faux pas that is the “third…
  • Back to School

    Amy Kessler
    31 Jul 2014 | 1:27 pm
    I had an exciting thing happen this week. I finalized my enrollment in Liberty University's online master's program in strategic communications. It's been about a year in the making. It’s finally happening, and I couldn’t be more excited. I wrote a few weeks ago about when grad school is worth it and when it isn’t, and in this case, it is. God has made my calling in writing and communications very clear over the years, and earning a master’s degree in marketing will help me succeed in that calling. In high school, I started noticing that I processed…
  • Two Become One: Episode 339

    Lisa Anderson
    30 Jul 2014 | 11:01 pm
    Listen to this week's show! Question for discussion: What question or point of discussion mentioned by the Farrels do you feel is most important in a pre-marriage conversation? Roundtable: My Debt Is Your DebtWe talked here about the decisions surrounding school debt. But what about the ramifications of taking that debt into marriage? Are there things to keep in mind? Should you pay off your loans before considering marriage, or is shouldering debt together a healthy way to understand the implications of "two become one"? Our panel of marrieds shares its debt-and-marriage…
  • How to Know the Exact Moment You Were Saved

    Joshua Rogers
    30 Jul 2014 | 2:35 pm
    When I was in college, I lived with the perpetual fear that somehow I had missed the salvation boat, that although I had placed my trust in Jesus, in the end, I would come before God's throne, and He would shake His head and say, "I'm sorry, but you just thought you were saved." I tried to eliminate every vice I could, told everyone who would listen about Jesus, and surrounded myself with other believers. I showed up for church services, volunteered to help the needy, read my Bible, and tried to pray without ceasing. But I still couldn't shake the fear of condemnation. I…
  • Giving Someone the Chance to Reject Me

    Lindy Keffer
    29 Jul 2014 | 7:27 am
    Last week, my post introduced a college professor who gives students extra credit for dating. Because they literally don't know how to ask one another out and spend time getting to know one another without skipping straight to making out or even having sex. And they don't know how to let down their guard without a little alcohol to loosen things up.  My thoughts on that phenomenon were fairly philosophical, so I wanted to follow them with something practical. Professor Kerry Cronin gives very specific guidelines for what counts as a "date." I share them here not to be…
 
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  • Big Sigh! It’s National Orgasm Day

    Bell
    30 Jul 2014 | 4:03 pm
      According to the World Health Organisation, more than 100 million acts of sexual intercourse take place every day. That’s a huge amount of pleasure and activity! Given this figure doesn’t include masturbation or hand jobs and oral sex which don’t involve intercourse, the true figure might be more than double and then some… If only we could harness all that energy! But how many of those acts will end with the Big O? And what is this Big O anyway? In its inimitable way, the Urban Dictionary provides some wonderful definitions for ‘orgasm’ (all…
  • Then and Now: Funny Relationship Realities

    Bell
    30 Jul 2014 | 4:03 pm
    We all start off with such high hopes. During the early days of dating, we are on best behaviour and we do as much as we can to look good, sound good and make our target of choice realise what a great catch they’re getting. We’ve already highlighted one of the key difficulties of starting a relationship and also successfully keeping one: mismatched views of reality between men and women. But now it’s about what happens as time goes by. Buzzfeed has 23 funny examples on “Words That Mean Something Totally Different When You’re In A Long-Term Relationship”…
  • Best Ever Sex Positions: Sexy Scissors

    Bell
    28 Jul 2014 | 9:27 am
      The Sexy Scissors position puts your partner in control as he is standing full front and centre. This position also allows lots of eye contact increasing your connection. You lie face up on a flat, elevated surface such as a bed, desk or table top with your hips perched on the very edge. Raise your legs straight up in the air, then have your partner grab your ankles. He extends his arms out to his sides, and as your legs are spread-eagle, he enters you while standing. Next, he starts alternately crossing and spreading your legs like scissors, opening and closing as he thrusts. This…
  • Mating in Captivity: Sex, Lies and Domestic Bliss

    Bell
    28 Jul 2014 | 8:50 am
    Title: MATING IN CAPTIVITY: Sex, Lies and Domestic Bliss Author:  ESTHER PEREL Genre: Health, Family & Lifestyle > Self Help RRP:  £9.99 (paperback) £5.99 (Kindle) Publisher:  Hodder Published – 16 February 2012  Length: 276 pages  Official Site:  www.estherperel.com   Book Description: “When you love someone, how does it feel? And when you desire someone, how is it different? In Mating in Captivity, Esther Perel looks at the story of sex in committed couples. Modern romance promises it all – a lifetime of togetherness, intimacy and erotic desire. In…
  • Would You Fake an Orgasm?

    Bell
    28 Jul 2014 | 1:54 am
    National Orgasm Day is coming. On Thursday, 31st July to be precise. Of course we’re going to blog about it then but thought it better to talk about real orgasms on the day rather than fake ones. So this is some foreplay to the main event. While most people accept that it’s easy for women to do - cue the famous ‘When Harry Met Sally’ scene (see You Tube clip below) - a couple of recent surveys (one by Time Out magazine and the other by the University of Kansas) revealed that almost a third of men fake orgasm too. For women, the statistic (from the University…
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  • Tips Оn Ноw То Ѕuссеssfullу Dаtе Yоur Spouse Durіng А Trial Separation

    T.D.I.G.
    31 Jul 2014 | 8:11 pm
    I оftеn hear frоm people whо аrе separated аnd trуіng tо save thеіr marriages. Оnе recurring theme thаt оftеn соmеs uр іs dating уоur spouse whіlе уоu аrе separated. Маnу people intuitively knоw thаt thіs саn bе аn іmроrtаnt раrt оf thе process. Аftеr аll, іf уоu саn regularly dаtе уоur spouse аgаіn аnd thіs gоеs well, that’s раrt оf rebuilding уоur marriage аnd showing уоur spouse thаt thе twо оf уоu саn hаvе fun, connect аgаіn, аnd stіll hаvе а spark оn whісh уоu саn аnd wаnt tо…
  • Іs Yоur Spouse Cheating? Here are the cheating signs you need to know!

    T.D.I.G.
    23 Jul 2014 | 9:22 pm
    I hate that this is such a popular topic, but what can I say? I’ve had several readers email me sharing the fact that they are, in fact, suspicious of a cheating spouse. Wives telling husbands they are visiting friends…Husbands telling wives they are working late…Both spending time at the computer trying to figure out email passwords or reading phone logs…Yes, it happens! Did уоu knоw thаt іn mоst cases оf cheating, thе opposing spouse hаs nо idea, even in cases where the signs were sо apparent that еvеn thе children noticed! There аrе so mаnу potentially telltale…
  • Ѕhоuld І stay married fоr mу kids? Part 2

    T.D.I.G.
    22 Jul 2014 | 8:53 pm
    I оftеn have conversations with folks and readers whо аrе аt crossroads іn thеіr marriages. Маnу bеlіеvе thаt whеthеr thеу shоuld stay оr gо wоuld bе mоrе clear іf thеу dіd nоt hаvе thеіr kids tо consider. І gеt mаnу questions rеgаrdіng thіs. Ѕоmе examples аrе: “Ѕhоuld І stay married fоr mу kids’ sake? Аrе thеу better оff іf І stay married but aren’t happy оr іf І divorce аnd hаvе а chance аt happiness eventually?” оr “Will іt negatively еffесt mу children іf І gеt а divorce? Іf…
  • Signs оf аn Emotional Affair – 3 Signs оf Emotional Cheating

    T.D.I.G.
    17 Jul 2014 | 8:29 pm
    An emotional affair іs totally dіffеrеnt from whаt mоst people consider аn affair, but саn bе јust аs damaging tо аll parties involved. Signs оf аn emotional affair аrе abundant, аnd hеrе І аm going tо shоw уоu 3 signs thаt соuld reveal іf уоur spouse іs hаvіng аn affair оf thе heart. Emotional cheating іs cheating, аnd іf уоu wаnt tо stор іt thеn уоu must knоw whаt tо lооk for. 1. Inappropriate emotional intimacy. Тhіs іs whеn уоur partner hаs fоund sоmеоnе nеw tо talk tо аbоut thеіr problems. Νоw, І аm nоt…
  • Odd and Original Celebrity Proposal Ideas

    T.D.I.G.
    15 Jul 2014 | 8:55 pm
    I’ve seen and heard about a lot of really cool proposal ideas, and some not so original. When wе lооk аt thе wоrld оf celebrities, we can expect them to lead the pact in originality and quirkiness. Wе саn distinguish sеvеrаl offbeat proposal stories аs well, sоmе оf whісh mау bе considered simply jaw-dropping. Неrе іs а list оf sоmе оf thе oddest and original celebrity proposal ideas. Tom Cruise Tom Cruise knew thаt hе hаd fоund thе оnе іn Katie Holmes rіght frоm thе start. Allegedly, hе bought hеr а five-carat, oval-shaped engagement ring…
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    Our Peaceful Family

  • 17 Inspirational Marriage Quotes For Couples

    Marcus and Ashley
    28 Jul 2014 | 3:48 am
    Do you have two or more inspirational marriage quotes? Maybe, maybe not, but after reading this post, we hope you will find one or two that will resonate with you. Whenever you are down in your marriage or need a pick me up, reading inspiring marriage quotes may be the pick me up you were looking for. Inspirational quotes for marriage will help you stand strong when everything seems to be falling apart; as well as inspire you. As newlyweds, when we were struggling to adjust to marriage, I sometimes read inspirational marriage quotes. The marriage quotes I read were about 3 in total, but…
  • Differences In Marriage: How It Makes Your Marriage Stronger

    Marcus and Ashley
    21 Jul 2014 | 4:36 am
    Dealing with differences in marriage is a stepping stone to having a healthy marriage. Each spouse is different, we hear it time and time again. Can you truly grasp that concept though? Once you have lived together with your spouse for an amount of time, you will be able to see it more clearly. Have you said some of these statements before: We are so different! We do not have anything in common. He/she just does not get me. When you first start dating your spouse, everything is new and exciting. You have no problem going the extra mile, being extra patient, and over looking certain things.
  • Empathic Listening: How It Applies To Marriage

    Marcus and Ashley
    14 Jul 2014 | 9:44 am
    Do you apply empathic listening in your marriage? We have touched on paying attention to your spouse before, and this week’s post is about empathic listening. Have you caught yourself listening to someone (your husband/ wife) with your immediate intent being to reply, with or without empathy? I bet you have. We are also guilty of doing this. Over the years, we have learned to solely devote our attention to listening until the end of a statement before thinking about responding. And when we respond, we want to do it with empathy. We are not perfect and sometimes repeat this same…
  • Supporting Your Spouse

    Marcus and Ashley
    7 Jul 2014 | 5:37 am
    Are you supporting your spouse? Did you ever have a moment where you didn’t even believe in yourself, but your spouse did? We have been in both the giving, and the receiving end of supporting and believing in each other. We both love giving and receiving support from each other. Who doesn’t? Who doesn’t love receiving encouragement from friends, parents, relatives, co-workers, strangers, and even better, their wife or husband? One way to be an encouragement to your spouse is to be a supportive spouse. By being a supportive spouse, your actions and attitude will show that…
  • Thanking Your Wife Or Husband

    Marcus and Ashley
    30 Jun 2014 | 2:00 am
    There is something we do everyday to help us from taking each other for granted, and to help each other feel appreciated; we say Thank you. In our opinion, if we pay attention to the little things, the bigger problems won’t happen by surprise. By saying Thank You to Marcus when he mows the lawn, remembers to take the garbage out, does the dishes because he knows I have no energy, or spends time with our daughter to give me a break etc, it takes the stress off of me. As a wife,  sometimes it is easy to not thank your hubby, but making it a priority goes a long way to show your appreciation…
 
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    THE WORTHY STORIES

  • 5 S's Guys Look for in a Girl

    charles huggins
    1 Aug 2014 | 5:20 am
    There are many things guys look for in a girl when they are trying to pursue a relationship. Obviously, not all guys look for the same traits in a girl, but there are several robust qualities most guys do tend to look for. I have compiled a list of 5 easy-to-remember "S" things guys look for in a girl in order to date her. 1. SingleOf all the things guys look for in a girl, this one is the most self-explanatory. If a guy is actively looking for a relationship, the first thing he'll want to know is if you are single and available to be in a relationship (or at least most guys want to know…
  • THE NEW NORM?

    charles huggins
    31 Jul 2014 | 4:53 am
    There is a phenomenon going on in high schools and colleges across the country. What is the phenomenon?Is it the declining number of students who are actually graduating high school? Nope! (Every year, over 1.2 million students drop out of high school in the United States alone. That’s a student every 26 seconds – or 7,000 a day.) This is not good and needs to be corrected though.Is it the current standing of American students in math and science as compared to their fellow students overseas? Nope!  (The U.S. scored below the PISA math mean and ranks 26th out of the 34 OECD…
  • BIG BREASTS VS. BIG BUTTS VS. BIG BRAINS- ONE THING MEN PREFER THE MOST.

    charles huggins
    31 Jul 2014 | 4:47 am
    Cynthia Burns, the high school guidance counselor is walking on her way to her office when she walks by the woman's bathroom and stops. She hears someone crying in the bathroom, so she walks in to see what is going on.She goes in and at the sink is 9th grade student Hallie. (CYNTHIA)Hallie, what is going on? You are about to be late to class. Why are you crying?(HALLIE)I'm sorry Mrs. Burns, I was on my way to class. I'm not playing hookie, I just wanted to fix myself up before I got in the classroom.(CYNTHIA)Okay, but you still haven't told me why you are crying.(HALLIE)My idiot…
  • 3 TYPES OF WOMEN, "REAL" MEN CAN'T RESIST.

    charles huggins
    29 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    Susan, Anne, and Trina are all seated at their favorite coffee shop. They are catching up on the events of their week, as they have been doing this since they were all in high school. Now in their 30's most of their conversations are a little different but most of them still revolve around...,men. (SUSAN)So ladies I had the worst date last night.(ANNE)What happened?(SUSAN)Well you remember Steve, the guy I work with? Well you know I've been waiting months for him to ask me out, so yesterday he finally did and we went out to dinner.(TRINA)Ok good. So what happened?(SUSAN)Well it was all going…
  • 2 WORDS YOU SHOULD HEAR FROM HIM, BEFORE YOU HAVE SEX.

    charles huggins
    28 Jul 2014 | 4:36 am
    Sitting in his bed at his nursing home is Mr. Worthy. He is laughing and giggling as he is reading a book.Suddenly there is a knock on his door.(MR. WORTHY)Come on in!A nurse comes in.(NURSE)Hey Mr. Worthy. I just got to check your blood pressure and then I'll be out of your hair.(MR. WORTHY)Sure, sure.(NURSE)I heard you laughing all the way from the hallway. I thought you were on the phone.(MR. WORTHY)Nope, just reading this ludicrous book my granddaughter sent me.The nurse checks the cover of the book.(NURSE)Mr. Worthy! You are not sitting here reading 50 Shades of Grey?(MR. WORTHY)Yeah,…
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    Dating and Relationship Talks

  • How to know a Player

    1 Aug 2014 | 1:15 am
    A Player is that guy that your Mama warned you about. And no, she wasn’t just being paranoid about him; he’s actually dangerous for you. He says he loves you but finds it difficult to stay true to you. And yes, he’s actually sweet. He’s so sweet you find it hard to resist him. You need to think with your head, not your heart because dating a player is a disaster. You are about to find out how to know a player when you see one.5 Tips on how to know a Player•    He texts you endlesslyWhile receiving text messages from a guy can be so romantic, it’s a cause for concern…
  • Help! Blog Reader needs your advice

    31 Jul 2014 | 12:57 am
    The letter below was sent in by a male blog reader. Please, he needs your advice. My name is Stephen. I'm 25 years old. I have a love related issue, and I’ll really appreciate your candid advice. I am a simple, sociable and most importantly, an achievement oriented kind of guy.I’ve been dating a girl for three years now. In these years, we have exhibited our true character in good and bad times. With all these, I’ve realised to a great extent, that we wouldn't make a true happy home together. Though she crazily loves me, but her character leaves me with several questions. Even…
  • First date ideas to get you many more dates

    31 Jul 2014 | 12:23 am
    When you play your cards well on a first date, you get many more dates in return. Unfortunately, most people don’t get second chances. Why? They blow it off! You see, going out with someone for the first time is like giving them a first impression about you, and if they aren’t impressed about what they see, why bother about another date? Apart from knowing things to avoid on a first date, you need to have a good first date idea to make your outing successful.5 first date ideas to have fun•    The moviesThis has always been a good first date idea; it’s proven and tested.
  • How to know the right Woman for you

    30 Jul 2014 | 12:12 am
    There’s a woman for every man. Amongst all the women in the world (too many), there’s that woman who complements you and gives your life a meaning. When you have that woman by your side, you feel like you are indeed the best man in the world. You have the world at your feet and can conquer it all. As a man, the kind of woman in your life can either make you or mar you. So, it’s important that you know the right woman for you.Tips on how to know the right Woman for you•    She makes you happyHappiness makes life easier. When a woman makes you happy more than she makes…
  • Dating your Friend’s Ex: How to do it the right way

    28 Jul 2014 | 11:47 pm
    There’s always that challenge in getting romantically involved with someone whom a friend of yours have been involved with in the past. To a lot of people, it’s a no go area. Not because they don’t want to, but because they don’t know how to handle the situation. And to avoid the drama, they’d rather stay off it. There are quite a number of things to consider in dating your friend’s ex.Tips on how to date your Friend’s Ex•    Talk to your friendThe first thing to do if you want to date your friend’s ex is to let your friend know about it; that’d save the…
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    LoLa

  • Twin Flame Confusion

    Lola
    30 Jul 2014 | 7:07 pm
    July has been a blur of a month, and some great things have been occurring as well as some challenging circumstances and continued emotional upheavals. I am continually working hard on learning more about the twin flame spiritual path so that I can grow to help more people as well as embarking on a new intuitive journey. More to come on that later, but I am sure you are wondering what happened after I finally arrived in Los Angeles to spend my life with the man of my dreams? Lol….waiting on pins and needles This post focuses on the extremely difficult dynamics that are involved when you…
  • Am I Wrong?

    Lola
    24 Jul 2014 | 5:27 pm
    So to continue on with the topic at the moment of self-love, I am sharing in this post my favorite song at the moment. It is a song about self-love, opportunity, inspiration, and not conforming to everyone else’s ideals of who you should be or how you need to live your life. Being part of a twin flame relationship has not only taught me more about myself then I ever wanted to know, it has inspired me to look at everyone and everything else with a different lens. We tend to get tunnel vision – like a horse with blinders on. Sometimes we do it because we were taught that way, and sometimes…
  • Who should I fall in love with?? My answer…

    Lola
    19 Jul 2014 | 7:13 pm
    YOU. We sometimes get to a point in life, when we have set a ton of goals, planned our dream vacation, taken care of our children, and fallen in love – where we realize something is missing. While focusing on all of the external things we want and love, we have forgotten the one thing where it all begins – to LOVE OURSELVES first. I got to this point – and unfortunately I don’t have any excuse. Some of us have grown up in families that don’t show love. Some have been shown love in unhealthy ways, and have carried that on throughout life. Some of us are victims of abuse. I grew up in…
  • Signs & Synchronicities 2 – I Saw the Sign…

    Lola
    15 Jul 2014 | 7:33 pm
    “Our doubts are traitors and make us lose the good we oft might win” – William Shakespeare Have you ever driven to a place where parking is “impossible” to find, only to turn the corner and a spot is waiting for you? Ever been down to your last few dollars, when unexpectedly you receive money or a gift from someone? Have you seen a sign, message, or number pattern over and over and found yourself wondering what it may mean? Ever had someone on your mind and at that exact time a song plays on the radio that perfectly fits the thoughts you were having about them?  When we are ready…
  • Optical Delusions – Signs & Synchronicities 1

    Lola
    12 Jul 2014 | 8:15 pm
    “Synchronicity is an ever present reality for those that have eyes to see” – Carl Jung For those of you that read this post, and have an “Aha” moment – great! For those that don’t, the fact that you have come to read it in the first place says it all. All twins have extraordinary experiences – and pure magic is known to occur. I’m going to talk to you about some of the signs and synchronicities that have occurred in my twin flame journey. In the next post, I will explain further in detail the concept of Synchronicity and some of the known signs and meanings. Because I am now…
 
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    The Blunt Fairytale

  • What NOT to Say (A Guide for Men)

    optjedi
    1 Aug 2014 | 12:14 am
    I’ve heard of a lot guys complaining that girls are hard to understand. “What is it exactly that you want me to say?!” I would hear in an angry, and yet desperate plea. Excluding the girls who actually like playing mind games, there are girls who just want the best possible answer from the person they love. Communication with a girl isn’t hard; you don’t even need to understand. All guys need to do is to just learn the tricks in making a girl happy by coming to a mutual agreement with her. With that said, a girl sometimes want to hear the perfect words. But…
  • The Art of Infidelity

    optjedi
    30 Jul 2014 | 4:41 pm
    I’ve decided to dedicate this post to my ex. Thanks for teaching me everything I wish I never knew. A lot of times, it’s hard to define “cheating”. Different couples have different levels of cheating, and to each their own. But the thing about cheating that people don’t quite understand until they come to that crossroads, is that nothing is ever the same again. I mean this in so many different ways, that I’m overwhelmed of even starting. Of course there’s a difference in the actual relationship between the cheater and the other party. Even if there…
  • The Talk 2 (Those Three Big Words)

    optjedi
    29 Jul 2014 | 2:24 pm
    I’ve realized that we have numerous of talks when in a relationship. To begin the relationship, you have “the talk”. The second time you have “the talk” is usually about those three big words- I Love You. Now, to those who have experienced anxiety saying it the first time, it’s totally normal. But like every other tiny detail that me and my boyfriend go through, this was more than a mini anxiety attack. I knew it wasn’t going to be easy from day one, but even those three big words, and having to express our feelings for each other by verbally testing…
  • Commitmentphobia

    optjedi
    28 Jul 2014 | 5:23 pm
    Even with all the communicating that we do, we still run into some walls. I’m a head-on type of person, so I’d rather try and hit the wall, than just sit back and stare. So the one thing I noticed about him almost immediately, was his commitment-phobia. Where do I even start with this topic? Commitment-phobia: Noun. Being afraid of committing to a person for various of personal reasons. (“committing” to be defined as being in a relationship with a person, usually romantic) I know a lot of people who suffer from commitment-phobia. It usually shows up in men, as they are…
  • Interracial Coupling cont’d (The Dual of Races)

    optjedi
    27 Jul 2014 | 8:42 pm
    Part 2 of the interracial coupling post. I would love to continue talking about how culture and race affects relationships, since we all know that it’s common these days. When I go into the city and look around, I see a lot of interracial couples. The ones that get me curious the most are the ones that include an Asian woman and a Caucasian man. At first glance, I try and see if they really do like each other, or if it was a spur of the moment thing. The second thing I do, is eavesdrop a little, just enough to hear their communication level. This is where I have found some interesting…
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