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  • Couples Need More Bonding Time, Therapist Says

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    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.
  • Getting Started with the Most Important Thing You Can Do for Your Relationship

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    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.
  • How To Have A Perfect Quickie – 6 Tips And 8 Places You Need To Try Out

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    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 […]
  • Turn A Bad Day Into A Good One

    Love From Ana
    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.
  • Couple Relationships: 20 Ways to Improve Your Sleep

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    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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  • Family Protection App A short Review

    James
    7 Jul 2014 | 7:16 am
    The Family Protection app has been released by mcAfee for iPod Touch, Apple iPhone, and iPad. Designed to help parents protect their children from inappropriate internet content, it replaces the built in Safari Web browser that includes search and URL filtering to prevent access to unauthorized sites. The increased browser also includes features like tabbed browsing, in addition to bookmarks, crunch zoom, and link sharing. McAfee Family Protection automatically monitors online utilization and generates reports of websites seen and duration of use, and also tracks the location of the device…
  • Yahoo Today Or Siri

    James
    27 Jan 2014 | 4:07 am
    All was ‘Siri’-ene for Apple, until Yahoo came along, and ‘Now’ all is distinct. We’re discussing the warfare of the assistants, when the daft wordplay did not give it away currently! It does not get any larger than Apple Versus. Google in terms of the top. Apple called first dibs in the thought of the virtual assistant over a smart phone, and immediately applied the concept within the iPhone 4S. Yahoo, in the flip side, required its period, and consequently also discovered a technique or two from its adversary’s achievements and problems, and arrived with…
  • Nexus One-vs iPhone – Specifications

    James
    13 Nov 2013 | 5:24 am
    First things first: the screen. The Nexus One aced the new iphone in this aspect using a display size of 3.7 INS. Their pixel quality is an amazing 800 x 480 pixels (which was the greatest until the official launching of the 4), with an AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, Yahoo has provided the absolute best possible blend of specifications here. In contrast, the iPhone 3GS just had a 3.5 inches screen dimensions, but it’s a TFT capacitive touchscreen, with 480 x 320 resolution dimensions. The AMOLED display consumes lesser strength; however, the TFT screen is lighter. Because of this…
  • Free Movies and TV Shows on your iDevice

    James
    1 Apr 2013 | 6:43 am
    With the era of technology in full ascension and people more eager to entertain than ever, there are many new possibilities for us to spend our free time doing something we like. Moreover, now, with the help of our smart devices, we can benefit of entertaining options even when we are away of our desktop computer or laptop. It is a fact that now, most people choose to watch movies instead of going out and spend their money. Moreover, when you get used to watch movies, it is hard to stop even when you are away. Now, with the help of our iDevice such as iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, it is easy to…
 
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  • Husband Tracks Sex on Spreadsheet: Does Wife Owe Him More?

    Jeremy Nicholson, M.S.W., Ph.D.
    22 Jul 2014 | 9:31 pm
    Relationship partners often have different wants and needs, creating hard feelings and conflict. Without the right perspective, however, even well-intentioned solutions can make the problem worse instead of better. Fortunately, by learning how power and sex can lead to desire and satisfaction, partners can find a balance that empowers and pleases them both.read more
  • Compassionate Mourning

    Alisa Valdes
    22 Jul 2014 | 5:32 pm
    Alisa uses new emotional coping skills in her breakup after one week, by choosing to have loving compassion for the man who left her rather than demonizing him or hating herself.read more
  • Overcoming Relationship Inertia

    Melissa Orlov
    22 Jul 2014 | 11:30 am
    Here's a conundrum with getting an ADHD evaluation: Often the partner who suspects he or she has ADHD has the classic symptoms -- including procrastination. This inhibits his ability to follow through and set the appointment needed to get treatment for...procrastination! Meanwhile, the other partner waits and waits while the relationship continues to struggle...read more
  • My Adult Daughter Is Rejecting Me

    Barbara Greenberg, Ph.D.
    22 Jul 2014 | 10:18 am
    What To Do If Your Adult Child Rejects Youread more
  • Would You Rather Be Considered Nice or Smart?

    Susan Krauss Whitbourne, Ph.D.
    22 Jul 2014 | 8:43 am
    Research on impression formation and dialect shows that there may be something to the idea of “Southern comfort.” For Americans, speaking with a Southern accent signals that you're a nice person, and a Northern accent signals you're smart. If it's niceness you seek, these 5 tips can help you find the right tone of voice.read more
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  • Philosopher uses game theory to understand how words, actions acquire meaning

    21 Jul 2014 | 9:37 am
    Why does the word "dog" have meaning? If you say "dog" to a friend, why does your friend understand you? A philosopher aims to address these types of questions in his latest research, which focuses on long-standing philosophical questions about semantic meaning. Philosophers and a mathematician are collaborating to use game theory to analyze communication and how it acquires meaning.
  • Alcohol-programming outreach is especially important for female Black, Latina drinkers

    17 Jul 2014 | 3:05 pm
    Ethnic minorities and non-English speakers have more difficulty accessing needed health care services, researchers report. New findings show that female Black and Latina drinkers in particular are at a disadvantage, and that alcohol-programming outreach is especially important for these populations.
  • Personalized approach enhances communication skills in children with autism

    17 Jul 2014 | 12:15 pm
    The communication skills of minimally verbal children with autism can be greatly improved through personalized interventions that are combined with the use of computer tablets, researchers report. The three-year study examined different approaches to improving communication abilities among children with autism spectrum disorder and minimal verbal skills. Approximately 30 percent of children with ASD overall remain minimally verbal even after years of intervention.
  • Should you should talk to strangers? Doing so increases positive experience, study shows

    17 Jul 2014 | 11:18 am
    An interesting social paradox plays out every morning around the world as millions of people board commuter trains and buses: Human beings are one of the most social species on the planet, yet when in close proximity with one another -- sitting inches away on a train -- we routinely ignore each other. Why can such social agents be so antisocial? Participants in recent experiments not only underestimated others’ interest in connecting, but also reported positive experiences by both being spoken to and to speaking with a stranger.
  • Eye movements reveal difference between love and lust

    17 Jul 2014 | 9:45 am
    A new study suggests the difference between love and lust might be in the eyes. Specifically, where your date looks at you could indicate whether love or lust is in the cards. The new study found that eye patterns concentrate on a stranger’s face if the viewer sees that person as a potential partner in romantic love, but the viewer gazes more at the other person’s body if he or she is feeling sexual desire.
 
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  • Just feeling that urge to talk to ex and missing him again.

    sothisisholland
    22 Jul 2014 | 8:17 pm
    This isn’t the same as the other times I am missing him. I’m not crying my eyes out. Jus
  • Hiroshima

    mincs1
    22 Jul 2014 | 8:15 pm
    (image credit: http://www.kcpwindowonjapan.com) Indiscriminate bombs rain down on sacred groves innocence shattered Angry, helpless trees rustle their disapproval hoping to be heard
  • Becoming Matriarch

    Pat Bertram
    22 Jul 2014 | 8:15 pm
    My father once teased me by calling me the matriarch of the family since I am the oldest living female. (I had to stop here to think. Am I? I’m still in middle age though I am sliding down the banister into the early years of old age, so it seems impossible that there is no older female, but I can’t think of any except some distant relatives.) Today, however, I feel as if I have graduated into matriarch-ness. My father finally conceded (at least for the moment, anyway) that he can no longer do his accounts, pay the bills, keep up with house repairs and everything else that needs doing to…
  • Sex Addiction, my Arse !

    duncanr
    22 Jul 2014 | 8:13 pm
    oh FFS – give me strength ! I’ve just read that Kieran Hayler (who the fuck’s he? What’s his claim to fame – other than being married to Katie Price?) – is the latest “celebrity” suffering from a ‘sex addiction’ – http://tinyurl.com/n3lm8aj Jesus Christ, Price – have you no self respect? Your man gets caught having sex with . . . other women (your so-called friends) and instead of throwing his hands up and saying ‘mea culpa’, the two-timing bastard says - don’t shout at me. it’s not my fault. I…
  • Gawd Save Me!

    Ellespeth
    22 Jul 2014 | 8:06 pm
    Oh my goodness! Gawd save me!     Before you went down to BBQ supper, you agreed to help me with my WordPress issue.  See previous entry. You:  What’s this notification link? Me:  I’m not sure.  I don’t want to click it. You:  OK Me:  You click it. You:  OK Me:  Hmmmm   (Oh my gawd!  It’s a longer list than the lil quotation icon up top.)  You:  See this blue link here? Me:  No?  That’s a link? You:  Yes.  Now what did you do? Me:  I clicked lots of those. You:  How? Me:  I’m not sure. Hahaha!  I see what I did now but it’s too…
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    Talk About Marriage

  • Confused and numb

    Endurance
    22 Jul 2014 | 9:39 pm
    New to TAM. Married 36 years and together 40. I'm 60 my wife is 7 months younger. She had 2 previous partners (don't know how many dates or casuals she had) and I had 1 partner with fleeting dates. Out of blue the other night she begins a discussion on how older guys try to take advantage of younger women. She then tells me about the last "guy" (who I thought was about her age at the time), that is, 20. Turns out he was married, 40 + was her boss, well built, and they had a 4 month affair which resulted in pregnancy and her having to have an abortion. I was hurt to the core and felt…
  • Chooses Masturbation Over Me

    Sunnygirl111
    22 Jul 2014 | 9:00 pm
    I need some sound advice. I have been in an otherwise happy relationship for 3 years. We have lived together for a little over a year. We do not have children. We have a lovely home and no financial problems. When we first started dating we had wonderful sex. Although it was not as frequent as I was used to in former long term relationships I was very happy. We even spoke about it and he stated that to him sex was linked to love and he did not have a high sex drive. I was fine with that. As time went on the distance between intercourse became longer and longer. At this point it is barely…
  • How often is it okay to say "I'm just not in the mood"?

    ariel_angel77
    22 Jul 2014 | 8:08 pm
    H and I been married 2 years in September. We have had sex at least every other day (most times every day) ever since marriage (which we waited for to have sex). Okay, I feel SO BAD when I tell my husband I don't want to have sex, even if we just did it the day before. I almost feel obligated to do it so that he isn't tempted to stray. I imagine me telling him that night "I'm not in the mood honey" and then this woman coming up to him the next day and getting all over him and offering hours of hot sex with many positions, then him leaving me for her. lol I know that's silly but I…
  • Finances, career, not really going anywhere

    amontobin
    22 Jul 2014 | 7:44 pm
    Hello All, I'm in a huge dilemma recently. I got married and have been living with my wife for about 4 months now. There is one problem that bothers me a lot. She isn't working or doing anything about her career at all. Before we got married she was not living in Canada, wages in her country were too low, which I justified as a good enough reason to not work if she didn't want to. Since we started living together, she has been procrastinating and basically showing no progress whatsoever. Having said that, she seems like a good wife, cooks well and puts order in the house. She is after all a…
  • Men, what do you prefer in a woman (PERSONALITY version)

    ariel_angel77
    22 Jul 2014 | 5:54 pm
    Follow up to other thread. What do you prefer in a woman behind the looks? Shy, outgoing, neat, slob, lots of friends, not many friends, playful, mature, or a wide selection of other things. I can't possibly think of a poll to satisfy what everyone's answer would be, so please make your own response :) :smthumbup:
 
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  • Going Out With My Booties On

    Shauna Swartz
    22 Jul 2014 | 5:55 pm
    Please excuse the cheesy title, I couldn’t resist. Have you heard of the band Tides of Man? If not, you should really look them up! Me, my husband, and some of our friends got the opportunity to go to one of their shows over the weekend and it was amazing! Click here to check them out. You won’t regret it!   Here’s my totally handsome hubby and I before we went to the concert. Another side note, my husband loves this organization called Seer Outfitters. They sell clothes and all of the proceeds go to charities. It is an amazing organization. My husband hates buying…
  • A Newlywed & NFP

    kgearns
    22 Jul 2014 | 5:52 pm
    In honor of NFP Awareness Week (which I didn’t realize was a thing until this week), I’d like to share a bit of my experience with Natural Family Planning. I just got married in May 2014, but I’ve been charting one method or another since April 2012. For those who may not know, Natural Family Planning is a general term for various methods used to avoid or achieve pregnancy in cooperation with God’s plan sans artificial assistance. This is my informal Catholic definition, but I’ve heard of many non-Catholics using it as just a natural way to avoid or achieve…
  • A Day in the Life

    ktb8n
    22 Jul 2014 | 5:45 pm
    The cold spell finally broke and Wisconsin was paralyzing us with its iconic humid heat. The small coffee shop I work in was finally empty but I was sweaty and strung out from an endless stream of customers up from Chicago asking for their grande decaf sugar free skinny lattes. A regular comes in, takes one look at me and says, “WHOA you got your ASS kicked.” We carried on our conversation, and eventually he asked if my next move was to find a man to marry and stay in Door County, settle down and have kids. I had spent the wee hours of the morning fainting on the way to puking my…
  • Hard Truths About Dating Someone From Another Religion

    ronekymsellers
    22 Jul 2014 | 5:19 pm
    1. Your parents may be more (or less) okay with it than you think. When I mentioned I was seriously
  • Soul-Building and The Tongue

    afoxsince06
    22 Jul 2014 | 5:10 pm
    Sister, Build your house with wisdom. Take it so very seriously. The little souls, the man-sized sou
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    Simple Marriage

  • 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…
  • Enjoy life

    Corey
    11 Jul 2014 | 5:42 am
    I had this story sent to me recently. It’s worth sharing. A boat docked in a tiny Mexican village. An American tourist complimented the Mexican fisherman on the quality of his fish and asked how long it took him to catch them. “Not very long,” answered the Mexican. “But then, why didn’t you stay out longer and catch more?” asked the American. The Mexican explained that his small catch was sufficient to meet his needs and those of his family. The American asked, “But what do you do with the rest of your time?” “I sleep late, fish a little,…
  • Commit to a path

    Corey
    8 Jul 2014 | 12:04 pm
    Over the last several years I’ve invested a lot of effort in the area located between professional therapy in an office with a trained therapist and the information you would learn if you were to buy a book. The picture in my mind is like creating the Legal Zoom of the mental health/marriage therapy world. This path has involved many failures, but also several successes. Simple Marriage definitely is among the successes, as is Blow Up My Marriage, SCORE, and He Said She Said to name a few more. This summer I’m putting together all the successes in to one resource that takes all…
  • Create a Do-over when the First Romance Attempt Fails

    Mandy
    6 Jul 2014 | 1:08 pm
    6:00 a.m. on a Saturday morning, my spouse and I were wide awake and unable to sleep late.  My husband made his move. It did seem like the perfect opportunity to fool around. That is until…. our youngest daughter started crying and screaming from her bedroom.  Not long after that, the dog started scratching and sniffing against the carpet at the foot of our bed.  This is a sign that he needs to go outside to take care of business right away. Soon my mind was distracted with all these outside interferences. I could not focus on romance with my husband. I made a stupid comment.  Finally I…
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  • 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
  • When A Man “Opens” With Sex Talk…

    Rori Raye
    2 Jul 2014 | 5:28 pm
    The Question: “Rori, Don’t get me wrong… I love men… love what they are about and how their differences are so …. different… …the question that came up with my girl friends and I is when a man  just starts chatting… and the meeting has not even taken place and he makes a casual reference to … now this has happened on two […] Related posts: The Relationship Trap: “Let’s Talk.” Don’t Have A “Talk” With Him – Just Speak From Your Heart How To Talk to A Man About YOUR Day
  • What A Man Really Wants – Your Modern Siren Hotness

    Rori Raye
    26 Jun 2014 | 9:13 am
    So what does a man want in a woman more than anything else? As a man over 40 recently said to me “A man wants a woman who can give him a boner.” Sounds so crass. So basic. So what we’ve always thought and feared about man, doesn’t it? And yet I believe him. So […] Related posts: Modern Siren Works! Siren Salon In NYC on Monday, May 12th! A Siren Song
 
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    Living Single

  • 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
  • The Most Underappreciated Sign of Intimacy – and Its Demise

    Bella DePaulo, Ph.D.
    30 Jun 2014 | 2:31 pm
    There is an emotional logic to our understanding of who should be the first (and second and third) to know about psychologically significant matters. When these disclosure rules are broken, and a person who should have known first is one of the last to find out, relationships are ruined. When rules are broken in the other direction, intimacy is deepened. read more
  • The Happy Loner

    Bella DePaulo, Ph.D.
    24 Jun 2014 | 2:20 pm
    Why do we see sociable people as having special skills, while feeling wary of people who are good at spending time alone? Why isn’t the ability to savor solitude a special talent, too? read more
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  • Now in Croatian!

    jenapincott
    25 Jun 2014 | 1:37 pm
    Just published: Do Gentlemen Really Prefer Blondes? in Croatian!
  • MOM CANDY!!!

    jenapincott
    28 Aug 2013 | 12:29 pm
      My latest gift book is MOM CANDY!  It’s a stunning hardcover jewel box of a gift book (with two silk ribbons).  Here’s what the press says about it: “Witty and wise quotations about motherhood….This cute, colorful volume has everything a mother needs, including plenty of sweetness…and a little snark.” – Real Simple “Who else has given you so much advice?  Now you can return the favor with Mom Candy…an entertaining assortment of quips, tips, and reflections from hundreds of women….” -- San Francisco Chronicle  …
  • Do Chocolate Lovers Have Sweeter Babies? (UK Edition)

    jenapincott
    28 Aug 2013 | 12:02 pm
    I received my copy of the UK hardcover edition of Do Chocolate Lovers Have Sweeter Babies?, published by Souvenir Press.  It’s gorgeous.
  • Macht Schokolade Babys süßer?

    jenapincott
    4 Dec 2012 | 1:22 pm
    In German, available soon!
  • What’s in a Face?

    jenapincott
    9 Nov 2012 | 3:08 pm
      What’s the connection between your facial appearance and your personality/character? Sometimes you can judge a book by its cover.  Check out “What’s in a Face?, my cover article in the December 2012 issue of Psychology Today.
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  • Michael Sam, Please Don't Regret Coming Out!

    jessicasager
    22 Jul 2014 | 3:33 pm
    Michael Sam almost regretted coming out. But we're glad that he did. Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post:  Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post read more
  • My Boyfriend Was Ashamed Of Me Because I'm Black

    cassandraguerrier
    22 Jul 2014 | 2:16 pm
    What I learned from interracial dating is that love is harder to find when you're a black woman. Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post:  Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post read more
  • The #1 Way For Lesbians To Get Their Groove Back Online

    marymalia
    22 Jul 2014 | 1:44 pm
    NDN Video ID:  26438248 Dating after a long break is tough under any circumstance. Whether you've just gotten out of a long term relationship with your girlfriend or you've been focusing on other aspects of your life, the rules of dating change as time goes by. As a newly single woman, you're ready to mingle.. but the problem is you don't know how. If you've been out of the dating pool for awhile, it's completely understandable that you find it scary to step back in. However, you shouldn't let that stop you from finding love and having the time of your life.read more
  • Apply To Be Christian Grey's New Sex Goddess (Er, Intern)

    alliechurchill
    22 Jul 2014 | 1:40 pm
    Anastasia Steele will probably go down in history as having the dream internship at Grey Enterprises Holdings. Filing invoices and fetching coffee orders? No, thanks. How about helicopter rides and lots of sheet-gripping, lip-biting sex with a debonair billionaire? Ever since you finished your copy of Fifty Shades Of Grey, you've probably been wondering to yourself, "Damn. How do I get an internship like THAT?" Rest assured ladies, someone (with some tech-savvy skills) has heard our collective prayers. In promotion for the upcoming flick, Universal just released The Fifty Shades Of Grey…
  • It's Science: Arguing Is Actually Good For Your Marriage

    momtastic
    22 Jul 2014 | 12:51 pm
    Go ahead —knock him out! Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post:  Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post read more
 
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    Leftos - Lessons for the Opposite Sex

  • GREAT SPELL CASTER DR. IYAYI THAT HELP ME BRING BACK MY EX HUSBAND

    22 Jul 2014 | 9:41 pm
    New Answer - I am Mrs ANDERSON ANN from USA, i want to share a testimony of my life to every one. i was married to my husband Barry Morgan, i love him so much we have been married for 5 years now with two kids. when he went for a vacation to France he meant a lady called Clara who en charm him with his beauty, he told me that he is no longer interested in the marriage any more. i was so confuse and seeking for help, i don't know what to do until I met my friend Miss Rose and told her about my problem. she told me not to worry about it that she had a similar problem before and introduce me to…
  • GREAT SPELL CASTER DR. IYAYI THAT HELP ME BRING BACK MY EX HUSBAND

    21 Jul 2014 | 10:21 pm
    New Answer - I am Mrs ANDERSON ANN from USA, i want to share a testimony of my life to every one. i was married to my husband Barry Morgan, i love him so much we have been married for 5 years now with two kids. when he went for a vacation to France he meant a lady called Clara who en charm him with his beauty, he told me that he is no longer interested in the marriage any more. i was so confuse and seeking for help, i don't know what to do until I met my friend Miss Rose and told her about my problem. she told me not to worry about it that she had a similar problem before and introduce me to…
  • HOW I GET MY EX LOVER BACK

    28 Jun 2014 | 2:52 am
    New Answer - Without DR DAHIRU a lot of people would have been dead through heart break. My case is not different from heart break, I am married woman with 3 kids and there was a time when i was having problem with my husband because he was having an affair outside our marriage and this was making me feel bad. So i tried finding solution to my problem by reading a lot of relationship tips on the internet and that was how i came in contact with DR DAHIRU contact details and through the help of DR DAHIRU my husband left the girl he was having affair with and he came back to me and our kids.
  • HOW TO GET YOUR LOVER BACK

    28 Jun 2014 | 2:49 am
    New Answer - Without DR DAHIRU a lot of people would have been dead through heart break. My case is not different from heart break, I am married woman with 3 kids and there was a time when i was having problem with my husband because he was having an affair outside our marriage and this was making me feel bad. So i tried finding solution to my problem by reading a lot of relationship tips on the internet and that was how i came in contact with DR DAHIRU contact details and through the help of DR DAHIRU my husband left the girl he was having affair with and he came back to me and our kids.
  • HOW TO GET YOUR LOVER BACK

    28 Jun 2014 | 2:48 am
    New Answer - Without DR DAHIRU a lot of people would have been dead through heart break. My case is not different from heart break, I am married woman with 3 kids and there was a time when i was having problem with my husband because he was having an affair outside our marriage and this was making me feel bad. So i tried finding solution to my problem by reading a lot of relationship tips on the internet and that was how i came in contact with DR DAHIRU contact details and through the help of DR DAHIRU my husband left the girl he was having affair with and he came back to me and our kids.
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    BlackandMarriedWithKids.com

  • 20 Conversation Starting Questions for Couples Who Want to Grow Together, Not Apart

    Amber Wright
    22 Jul 2014 | 5:57 am
    Most “get to know you” question lists are aimed at people who are dating and/or considering marrying someone; but what about after the wedding? The discovery of the personality traits and quirks that make your spouse unique should not end at the altar! To avoid growing apart over the years, it’s important that you take Keep Reading →
  • 4 Things Your Woman Will Love For You to Start Doing Again!

    Troy Spry
    22 Jul 2014 | 5:13 am
    “The same things you did to get her you need to do to keep her!” You hear people say this all of the time. And while it’s true, it’s not always as easy as one may think. The truth is that sometimes after the lust and infatuation fades and familiarity kicks in, we can become Keep Reading →
  • 5 Places Travelers Should Never Use Their Debit Card

    Kirstin Fuller
    22 Jul 2014 | 4:57 am
    You’re oh so excited about the family’s upcoming vacation.  You are planning your daily outfits for yourself and the kids, what snacks you’ll pack and what movies you’ll play while traveling to keep the kids busy. The last thing you’re thinking about is your financial identity.  But…it’s the number one thing you should think about Keep Reading →
  • What Everybody Ought to Know About Wandering and Autism

    Kpana Kpoto
    22 Jul 2014 | 4:51 am
    Whenever an individual with autism wanders and goes missing, the autism community rallies around that family. We do what we can to get the word out and we do it with an urgency that screams, I KNOW WHAT IS AT STAKE! Despite your support for families affected by wandering, it will not hit home for Keep Reading →
  • My Spouse is A Chronic Cheater: What Should I Do?

    Dr. Dwayne Buckingham
    22 Jul 2014 | 4:34 am
    Hi Dr. Buckingham, My husband and I have been married for 3 years now but he has been cheating on me even before we got married. When I was pregnant with our daughter , his ex was also pregnant from him as well. Our babies would have been a few weeks apart but she had Keep Reading →
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    Lovepanky | Your Guide to Better Love and Relationships

  • 9 Things You can’t Overlook when You Date a Single Parent

    Lovepanky
    22 Jul 2014 | 7:19 am
    Are you dating a single parent? Here are 9 things you definitely need to understand before you think of making a long-term commitment to this person. By Michelle Escultura Love doesn’t always work out the first, second or even the third time around. And when a relationship ends, sometimes kids get left behind. Now many single parents choose to pore over their child’s welfare 24/7 and are therefore out of the dating market. But there are still some single parents who crave companionship and romance. 9 ways to start a great relationship with a single parent If you find yourself in a mutual…
  • 20 Personality Traits that Make the Ideal Perfect Guy

    Lovepanky
    22 Jul 2014 | 3:52 am
    What makes a man ideal and perfect, and what are the traits you need to look for? You won’t believe where you need to look, to find that great guy! By Emma Spencer “We were not making love, we did not even kiss, but the inexplicable intimacy we shared left us wordlessly and hopelessly locked into each other’s gaze.” -Jasmine Dubroff I’m a sucker for romance, there is nothing I enjoy more, than sitting down on a night time and going on an emotional roller-coaster ride. It doesn’t matter if it’s from a book, a chick flick or just a television show. If there is a romance plot,…
  • How to Make Small Talk Without Feeling Awkward

    Lovepanky
    21 Jul 2014 | 10:27 am
    Do you have trouble making small talk with friends or strangers? Read these 5 tips and 4 scenarios to make small talk feel effortless in no time! By Briallyn Smith The universally dreaded by-product of long car trips and work parties, it is hard to go a day without finding yourself making small talk with someone you hardly know. Despite this, small talk is also something that most people feel that they are not good at. While most interactions with strangers or colleagues aren’t expected to be heart-to-hearts, there has to be something to talk about besides the weather… right? How to make…
  • 15 Surefire Signs He Likes You but Isn’t Into You!

    Lovepanky
    20 Jul 2014 | 6:15 am
    Are you confused by the behavior of the guy you really like? These 15 signs a guy likes you but isn’t into you will solve your dilemma in no time! By Michelle Escultura A woman’s mind can be a pretty confusing place. One minute we’re searching for signs, and the next, we want something more definitive. The problem here is that we’re not even that sure how definitive “definitive” is. We could be overanalyzing and dissecting every single gesture or word he says, and yet we still can’t figure out why he hasn’t returned our call. Nothing is ever clear-cut when you’re just…
  • 16 Ways to Get Your Girl to Give You Head and Like It!

    Lovepanky
    19 Jul 2014 | 4:08 am
    Are you disappointed by the little nothings you’re getting down there? Use these 16 ways to get your girl to give you more head, and see the difference! By Tsvetelina Georgieva Men enjoy getting blowjobs. Men really, really enjoy getting blowjobs! They love it. They crave it. They need it. But why is it so hard for men and women to find common ground when it comes to giving head? How come something one gender so desperately wants is often unpleasant or downright appalling for the other gender to provide? How to get your woman to give you more head The reasons for this lack of interest in…
 
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    The Love Whisperer

  • 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…
  • You Will Grow

    lisa
    20 Jun 2014 | 5:55 pm
    By:  Lisa Hayes My oldest son in one of the smartest people I know.  Now I realize everyone says that about their kids, but really he’s genius.  However, when he was little he had a terrible time learning to read.  He is dyslexic in about 30 ways, literally.  The ages of five, six, and seven, were stressful for both of us.  As all the other kids around him learned to read, he was drawing pictures and learning baseball stats.  Even as I write that I know the truth, it was only stressful for me. One day on a weekend trip I met an early childhood education specialist at a pool.  I…
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    Passive Aggressive Husband

  • 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,…
  • How To Trust Someone If You Are Insecure?

    Nora Femenia
    5 Jun 2014 | 5:25 am
    Sometimes we are slow to recognize the red flags in our relationships…perhaps we are needing company just now, and that takes priority over a clear view of the future implications for ourselves and our future.  If you consider yourself a secure person, but are in love with someone who is insecure, you are open to a lot of questions about the other person’s behaviors. What if you are an insecure person, in a relationship with a secure one? If you think about how to trust another person, all the old insecurities are up again! You could again see your needs for love and affection, …
  • People Securely Attached Enjoy Happier Lives

    Neil Warner
    3 Jun 2014 | 6:09 am
    How does a secure attachment connect with happier lives? It appears that there are proven relationships between kinds of attachment, human needs satisfaction, and well-being or distress. It is possible that individuals with attachment security are more likely to experience satisfaction of their basic psychological needs of autonomy, competence, and love and connection to others. They know how to search for and accept secure, trusting and positive individuals in their lives. Secure adults offer support when their partner feels distressed. They also go to their partner for comfort when they…
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    The Gaggle

  • The Numbers Game

    Almie Rose
    22 Jul 2014 | 9:30 am
    Have you played The Numbers Game? That’s when your significant other (SO) asks you how many people you’ve slept with. It is a dangerous game. But even more dangerous than the game itself is the advice sex expert Tracey Cox offers women on the subject: Keep your mouth zipped even if nothing else has been: by putting a number on your sexual history you’re removing the emotion and the circumstances. And don’t kid yourself: if you do blurt out a figure to your boyfriend, you will be judged – and not necessarily by the same rules he judges himself on. Even if he’s…
  • The Bachelorette, Season 10, Episode 11: A Cavalcade of Poor Taste and Talking Points

    Sara C.
    22 Jul 2014 | 7:30 am
    If one of these dudes was going to not leave her alone after the final rose, which one would it be? Yay for padding! Tonight, Unhelpful Therapist™ Chris Harrison becomes Useless-at-Follow-Up-Questions Journalist™ Chris Harrison. Before we get to the main event,  former bachelorette Ashley and her husband (from the show) JP show up, and Ashley is about seven months pregnant. Chris Harrison’s introduction: “When I told you guys to say your ‘I do’s’ it turns out you took it pretty seriously.” NO. In other news, Ashley and JP moved to Miami. “To be closer to Juan Pablo,”…
  • FamilyGrindr – Online Dating Doesn’t Have to Be Romantic

    Rebecca Edwards
    18 Jul 2014 | 9:00 am
      We’re all looking for something. Some of us are looking for a job, a love life, and maybe even just a couple of better parents. Thank goodness there’s online matchmaking sites for all your needs. The post FamilyGrindr – Online Dating Doesn’t Have to Be Romantic appeared first on The Gaggle.
  • Summer Bae

    Andra Passen
    18 Jul 2014 | 7:30 am
    (via Crowded Thoughts and Crooked Teeth) The post Summer Bae appeared first on The Gaggle.
  • What Is The Big Deal About Ryan Gosling?

    Almie Rose
    17 Jul 2014 | 9:30 am
    What is the big deal about Ryan Gosling? I don’t get it, and I never have. The Internet (and “real life”) is freaking out because he’s having a baby with actress Eva Mendes. Um, did anyone think they had a chance with Ryan Gosling? Like his having a baby was the ultimate personal shutdown to you, Ryan Gosling fan. Sorry, but him having a baby doesn’t affect you in any way. You didn’t have a chance before, and you won’t have a chance ever. Sorry. He’s not even the guy you probably think he is. He’s just an actor. You don’t even know…
 
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    Marriage Confessions | Marriage Confessions

  • 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…
  • Rainy Summer Afternoons

    Katie
    14 Jul 2014 | 3:27 pm
    We have entered that time of summer in Florida when afternoon thunderstorms are part of the daily routine. Every afternoon around 3:00, the heavens open up and rain down on us. I actually love this time of year. Our yard does, too. After weeks of brutal heat, the water refreshes all of us. Even Big Molly loves the afternoon showers. Last weekend, Chris and the kids hung out in the garage during the afternoon downpour. I poked my head out there a few times to see what was going on, but they kept telling me it was a secret. All they would show me was this frame Chris was building, but they…
  • Raising Boys and Girls

    Katie
    13 Jul 2014 | 4:16 pm
    Y’all, my sister is having a GIRL!!!!!!!!!! I am so happy for her family! Especially for Tillman. He is going to make an awesome big brother! See? His shirt even says so! Thinking about Ginny’s family this weekend has made me stop and think about my own kids. Raising a girl and a boy is very different. Potty training girls is easier than potty training boys. They use physical touch differently.  Bean shows physical affection very roughly and usually through playing.  Gracie shows physical affection by snuggling up and getting in your personal space. Bean is much more laid back,…
  • Learning Through Listening

    Katie
    11 Jul 2014 | 6:48 am
    One of the areas I have been trying to work on in my marriage has been truly listening to Chris and then reacting to his needs.  You’d think that would come naturally in a marriage, but it has taken surprising focus on my part.  The listening part I have really been working on and that is becoming much more natural to me.  But the second part that I have discovered our marriage needs is for me to react to Chris’s needs when I hear them. I had gotten in this habit of subconsciously thinking that Chris’s problems were his problems, and that there wasn’t really…
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    Fatherhood Channel

  • 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.
  • $100 Million Reveals Who Can Save Your Marriage

    Seth Eisenberg
    12 Apr 2014 | 5:10 am
    The person who will save your marriage is closer than you may have realized. The most significant study ever conducted on marriage and relationship education, at an estimated cost of $100 million, reveals who can save our marriages and who can't.
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    Engaged Marriage

  • 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,…
  • Marriage Not Perfect? Not a Problem.

    E.J. Smith
    30 Jun 2014 | 4:00 am
    While I’m not exactly sure where I’ll be when this article is published, I want you to know its being written the morning after one of my dearest friend’s wedding. And I’m writing it in one of the café areas in La Guardia airport. For those who might be curious—the wedding was beautiful; the bride—exquisite; the groom – breathless for the first moment he saw her walk down the aisle. If weddings were any indication of a couple’s likelihood of obtaining a true happily ever after, these two would be set! Everything seemed perfect.   The Illusion of Perfection. Of course…
  • 5 Unexpected Ways a Romantic Massage Can Change Your Marriage

    Dustin
    25 Jun 2014 | 8:58 pm
    The best things in life are often the most simple. A steaming cup of coffee brought to you in bed. A lingering kiss goodbye. A comforting back rub. That’s right, a back rub. It doesn’t sound like much, but actually massage between couples comes with a whole host of benefits for your relationship and your close connection with your spouse. Giving your partner a massage will help you weave strong bonds of trust, supercharge your intimacy and even make you fall a little more in love with them, just like you did at the start of your relationship! Sound good? Of course it does. Not to mention,…
 
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    The Generous Husband

  • What Will You Regret When You’re Dying?

    The Generous Husband
    22 Jul 2014 | 12:01 am
    Five years ago, Bronnie Ware wrote a blog post entitled The Top 5 Regrets Of The Dying. The post has been read by millions, and since turned into a book. Bronnie was a palliative care nurse, caring for people during their last days or weeks of life, so she has good “research” on this issue. Here are the five regrets, with a few of my thoughts on each: 1) I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me. The number one regret of the dying is not being themselves. Few escape this, even those who are strong and self-assured. We waste time and…
  • Beware of Sour Grapes

    The Generous Husband
    21 Jul 2014 | 12:01 am
    Driven by hunger, a fox tried to reach some grapes hanging high on the vine but was unable to, although he leaped with all his strength. As he went away, the fox remarked ‘Oh, you aren’t even ripe yet! I don’t need any sour grapes.’ [Aesop's Fables - The Fox and the Grapes] People who are all sour grapes about marriage surround us. Their marriage has failed, or is failing, or is not what they want it to be and they tell everyone who will listen how horrible marriage is. Some blame their spouse, some blame society. Some tell us all marriages are bad, or will become bad.
  • You’ve Got to Believe!

    The Generous Husband
    20 Jul 2014 | 12:01 am
    Last Friday I reran an old post in which I mentioned a study that found 13% of couples in long-term marriages still felt deeply in love, and still had strong sexual feelings. One commenter said, “13% – Almost makes me want to weep – such a sad statistic.” I agree it is sad only 13% feel this way. I think part of the reason this number is so low is most couples expect their love and sexual interest to lessen every year of marriage. This is the reality for most couples, and it what the media tells us to expect. Just as with self-image (which I discussed all last week),…
  • Who Do You Say You Are?

    The Generous Husband
    19 Jul 2014 | 12:01 am
    This last week I have discussed many of the people and groups who try to tell you who you are. Ultimately, what matters is who you think you are. In the Matrix, Morpheus explains how Neo looks by saying “Your appearance now is what we call ‘residual self-image’. It is the mental projection of your digital self.” Neo looks the way he things he should look. We are the same way; our self-image determines who we are. When others alter our self-image, it changes who we are. When we believe God about who He made us to be, it changes who we are. The battleground is in our…
  • Who Does Porn Say You Are?

    The Generous Husband
    18 Jul 2014 | 12:01 am
    Last year a study on how porn affects college men was cancelled because the researchers could not find ANY male students who had not been exposed to porn. There may be a few men reading this who have not seen porn, but it is probably less than one percent. Porn changes how you see sex, and how you see yourself. Researchers have found a majority of men think their penis is shorter than average, and the more porn a man has seen, the larger he thinks penises are. [For the record, the best studies put average length 5.1 to 5.3 inches (13-13.5 cm).] Porn also changes what men think about how fast…
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    Fatherhood Channel

  • 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.
  • $100 Million Reveals Who Can Save Your Marriage

    Seth Eisenberg
    12 Apr 2014 | 5:10 am
    The person who will save your marriage is closer than you may have realized. The most significant study ever conducted on marriage and relationship education, at an estimated cost of $100 million, reveals who can save our marriages and who can't.
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    Nashville Marriage Studio

  • Love is worth the risk

    Marie McKinney-Oates
    21 Jul 2014 | 11:39 pm
    I am used to be a very jealous person. I mean, I once got mad because a boyfriend said that Jennifer Aniston was pretty. When Mark and I were first dating one of our biggest struggles was my inability to get past the fact that he’d been married before. I hated that someone else had had his heart so completely. I hated that (in my head) I’d always live in her shadow, and that she’d always be the “one that got away”. I might have read Rebecca one too many times. And Mark didn’t understand any of this. He told me that he fell in love with her, they got…
  • Marriage ReFrames for All Your Problems

    Marie McKinney-Oates
    9 Jul 2014 | 7:29 am
    One “trick” they teach you in counseling school (yes, that’s the proper name) to help couples get unstuck is to reframe the situation. It’s a technique where you figure out ways to look at your situation in a more positive or malleable way. It’s like when you’re working on a puzzle and you’re stuck on how a piece fits. It came in the box so it has to fit, but you just can’t see it. And then you rotate the piece slightly to the left  and you see everything in a whole new way. It all makes sense once a small adjustment is made. That’s…
  • Love 101: A survey

    Marie McKinney-Oates
    2 Jul 2014 | 7:48 am
    School will be back in session before we know it, and Mark and I are brainstorming ways to teach more couples about communication and conflict resolution. Specifically, we’re thinking classes and workshops, but we wanted to get your thoughts before we got too far ahead of ourselves. We would really appreciate any feedback you have about marriage workshops. Are you interested in them? What would you want to get out of them? Could you get your husband to spend a Saturday morning learning how to love you better? How much would you pay for such a thing? Please fill out this survey to let…
 
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    Engaged Marriage

  • 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,…
  • Marriage Not Perfect? Not a Problem.

    E.J. Smith
    30 Jun 2014 | 4:00 am
    While I’m not exactly sure where I’ll be when this article is published, I want you to know its being written the morning after one of my dearest friend’s wedding. And I’m writing it in one of the café areas in La Guardia airport. For those who might be curious—the wedding was beautiful; the bride—exquisite; the groom – breathless for the first moment he saw her walk down the aisle. If weddings were any indication of a couple’s likelihood of obtaining a true happily ever after, these two would be set! Everything seemed perfect.   The Illusion of Perfection. Of course…
  • 5 Unexpected Ways a Romantic Massage Can Change Your Marriage

    Dustin
    25 Jun 2014 | 8:58 pm
    The best things in life are often the most simple. A steaming cup of coffee brought to you in bed. A lingering kiss goodbye. A comforting back rub. That’s right, a back rub. It doesn’t sound like much, but actually massage between couples comes with a whole host of benefits for your relationship and your close connection with your spouse. Giving your partner a massage will help you weave strong bonds of trust, supercharge your intimacy and even make you fall a little more in love with them, just like you did at the start of your relationship! Sound good? Of course it does. Not to mention,…
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  • Transform Emotional Abuse into Resilience

    Nora Femenia
    4 Jul 2014 | 10:55 am
    This is an special day, a day of joy when we remember our political independence. What about independence from hurtful abuse, you could ask? I know that you can be wishing to have the key, not only to endure, and be a survivor…but to learn new skills and use them to push your personal development forward? Isn’t it too much to ask? Well, I’m of the opinion that we choose the circumstances of this life, because all are part of a learning plan as humans we need to go through. Somehow we get into relationships that can be happy ones, but mostly they are designed to teach us…
  • 20 signs you are chasing an emotionally unavailable man

    Nora Femenia
    24 Jun 2014 | 8:47 pm
    Are you dating an emotionally unavailable man? We have based a lot of posting on attachment theory and how it helps to explain what kind of connections we have in life. After reviewing secure, anxious and avoidant mindsets, we concluded that for the avoidant person, being emotionally unavailable is the shield that protects them from emotional pain such as betrayal, abandonment or any kind of insecurity. So, it is not rare to find charming men who play the role of available possible mate, in active search of love, only to make-believe others (and thus cheat also themselves) about their…
  • How to fight fair is the most helpful advice you can get!

    Nora Femenia
    17 Jun 2014 | 11:35 am
     In life, we are always learning how to do relationships better. Is a constant process… and we can never be completely sure that we do it to the complete satisfaction of the person we relate to. In short, being happy in a relationship is a moving target, and we can aspire only to a decent average of happy days, and a low percentage of crisis, wich are painful opportunities to learn something about ourselves. The basic tool that I use is the ever balancing of needs: how much do I care for my own needs and how much do I care for the other person’s needs? Is in this balance that…
  • This is the Most Important Key for a Happy Marriage!

    Nora Femenia
    20 Mar 2014 | 9:26 am
     Do you Want to have a Happy Marriage? In life, we are always learning how to do relationships better. Is a constant process… and we can never be completely sure that we do it to the complete satisfaction of the person we relate to. In short, being happy in a relationship is a moving target, and we can aspire only to a decent average of happy days, and some percentage of painful opportunities to learn something about ourselves. Today I want to comment in an old idea of mine, coming from way back in my life. When I was just married, and facing the adjustment to a different form of life…
  • Love, chocolate and dangerous things:

    Nora Femenia
    13 Feb 2014 | 8:16 pm
    Valentine’s dangerous love feelings are here! It’s Valentine’s day again and you wonder where is the love excitement in your life? It’s just here! We know the basics, right? When you fall in love, there are certain chemicals in your brain that make all your perspective shift into high gear…you really know that you are in love, because you feel it all the time. Your pulse quickens; your heart beats and this delicious feeling of anticipation gives a rosy tint to your (previously boring) life. You also know that, once the first wave of excitement is gone, after 18 months, or two…
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  • 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…
  • Fruit Skewers

    Brie
    15 Jun 2014 | 9:29 am
    I was quite pleased with myself when I was able to make the teen girls at my son’s birthday party go, ‘Oh my gosh! Those are SO adorable!’  I’d like to give you the same power by sharing this really simple recipe for fruit skewers.I think these would also be great sticking out of a summer drink!All you need is a watermelon, a large carton of raspberries, a large carton of blackberries, a melon baller and a package of wooden skewers.Wash all of the fruit well and pat dry.  Cut your watermelon in half and make little balls using your melon baller.  This was my first…
  • CBCmusic.ca Festival Tease: The Belle Game, Dan Mangan, and Chad Van Gaalen

    Emme Rogers
    14 Jun 2014 | 1:51 pm
    Enjoying spending a quiet morning in a mellow reflective mode with the west coast rain outside, fingers crossed that the weather will clear up for the second ever CBCMusic.ca Festival today at Deer Lake Park in Burnaby, BC.  While I ponder moving the heavens to create clear skies for this afternoon and this evening, I’ve been enjoying taking in the tunes of three of the more pondering philosophical artists of the festival.  Here is a little tease and a bit thought provoking music from each …The Belle GameCurious to know the stories of the members of The Belle Game that inspires…
 
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    Stupendous Marriage

  • 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…
  • 10 Ways to Ignite Passion In Your Marriage

    stu@stugray.com (Stu Gray - Marriage Educator, Relationship Coach, Blogger and Podcaster)
    4 Jul 2014 | 12:02 am
    Download | iTunes | Stitcher Love is not only something you feel. It is something you do. –David Wilkerson I believe actions precede feelings. Love the VERB needs to come before Love the NOUN. That means we need to be doing loving things…and as we continue to act in love, loving feelings will return. Here are 10 Ways to Ignite Passion With Love Actions: photo by aaronescobar 1.Turn off the TV One of the best ways to reconnect with your spouse is to turn off the TV. When you sit in front of the boob tube, you aren’t connecting with each other, even if you are sitting…
  • The Declaration of Independence Lied to You

    stu@stugray.com (Stu Gray - Marriage Educator, Relationship Coach, Blogger and Podcaster)
    2 Jul 2014 | 12:11 am
    “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.” The Declaration of Independence lied to you. Happiness isn’t something you pursue. It’s something you create. I’ve tried to pursue happiness most of my life In my twenties, I changed jobs every six months. I moved apartments constantly. I was always looking for the next hobby / project / activity to throw myself into. I have spent the majority of my…
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  • 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…
  • Reunited and It Feels So Good

    Rachel
    20 Jun 2014 | 2:28 pm
    I love pop culture, as you know. But what I really love is ’90s pop culture. And what I really really  love is when ’90s pop culture BFFs pull off a modern-day reunion. Like the selfies above. The top, from Thelma & Louise, 1991. The bottom, from Susan Sarandon’s Facebook page, 2014. (Can we all just agree that these women are ageless?) Thelma and Louise basically stand for all things best friendy, and just seeing these pics reminds me why I started my partner-in-crime search in the first place. In other ’90s-pop-culture-friendship-reunion news: Lifetime is set…
  • Jennifer, Gwyneth & Me – Two Weeks!

    Rachel
    17 Jun 2014 | 8:41 am
    In anticipation of the release of Jennifer, Gwyneth & Me, I sent an email this morning to friends, family and supporters of my first book, MWF Seeking BFF.  But then, I realized, you guys are, like, my biggest supporters out there. You are the people who have cheered me on as I stumbled through friend-dating, and chime in when I post random celebrity musings on this blog. You are, simply put, the best. So, since you all fulfill the role of supportive friend as much as anyone I might meet for coffee, I figured I’d post this note to you, too. Oh, and again, THANK YOU. —-…
 
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    I Love Being Happily Married

  • 5 Pieces of Advice for a Healthy Marriage

    ILBHM
    26 Jun 2014 | 3:08 am
    Advice for a healthy marriage can, in some cases, seem a little obvious. But don’t fall into the trap of thinking that you already “know it all.” Problems in a marriage have a way of creeping up on a relationship without being immediately visible. In fact, when you are involved in a long term relationship, sometimes it’s hard to see the wood for the trees, and it takes only the most basic advice for you to see what is wrong. If this sounds like something that may apply to your current marriage situation, read on! 1) Be honest with yourself about what is and isn’t…
  • Advice for a Happy Marriage – 5 Tips

    ILBHM
    23 Jun 2014 | 12:12 pm
    Many people think that advice for a happy marriage can be somewhat obvious. But if that’s the case, why are there so many unhappy marriages? It can be very hard to focus on the big picture when you are on the inside of a long term relationship, so hopefully these tips can rejuvenate your marriage. 1) Communicate. A marriage is nothing without communication. But that doesn’t mean arguing and snapping at each other all the time – That’s not real communication. Communication means switching the TV off and sitting down and talking about your day, or letting your partner…
  • 9 Tips to Have a Happier Marriage

    ILBHM
    20 Jun 2014 | 11:13 am
    Ah, “taking the plunge”… It’s not for everyone, but it’s easier to have a happier marriage if you have the right information. Being happily married and living happily ever after is not as simple as it sounds in the movies and fairy tales (then again – you knew that already.) Here’s a list of valuable lessons from couples who have learned how to have a happier marriage throughout the years. Of course, nobody can really promise you eternal love, but a few of these tips will save you from unnecessary suffering… Guaranteed! 1. Marry someone you are also friends with.
  • Revitalize Your Marriage: 8 Steps for Success

    ILBHM
    18 Jun 2014 | 7:17 am
    Do you remember when you used to dream about how wonderful it would be to get married? Of course, marriage is wonderful…but not all the time. There will be times when marriage will seem like hard work, and there may even be times when leaving will look like a good option. Marriage can have its ups and downs and a successful marriage is only possible if both parties are prepared to work at it. Bottom-line: Love must be nurtured if you both want to keep it from losing the spark. Has your marriage “gone stale”? Have you stopped spending the time that is necessary to cultivate a…
  • How to Get My Ex Wife Back – 5 Steps to Take

    ILBHM
    17 Jun 2014 | 5:59 am
    A marriage is a sacred ceremony that formally recognizes the bond between a man and a woman. Although many marriages start off happy, not all remain together until the very end. Marriage fallouts occur when either the wife or the husband commits something unforgivable such as having an affair or having a sexual relationship with another partner. Men are usually the perpetrators in these mistakes. More often than not, these men want to be given a second chance in the relationship. They ask the question “how to get my ex wife back” so that they could find the best way to get back their…
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  • 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…
  • First To Arrive

    Amy C
    7 Jun 2014 | 7:16 am
    First to arrive. Morning coffee with my mom… She talked to me about fate and the things that are predetermined. She talked to me about love, what happiness is and how proud she is of the daughters she raised. I have always thought my parents were invincible. But getting older and being away from home has made me realize that they are growing older and one day, they won’t be around. I’m trying my best to discover their stories, listen to their wisdom that I have spent three decades ignoring, and investing energy in making them feel special and important. It’s…
 
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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

  • Parents Just Want to Have Fun

    Dear Wendy
    22 Jul 2014 | 11:00 am
    Last week POPSUGAR Love syndicated my post about 30 Things That Will (Probably) Happen to Your in Your 30s and a commenter wrote: “This is written in a really “non-mom” tone. I only relate to about half of these,” which I thought was kind of interesting since I am, in fact, a mom and I […]
  • LA Meetup

    Dear Wendy
    22 Jul 2014 | 10:00 am
    Lest you think BGM is all bitter frowns, no happy grins, I received this adorable photo from him last night (that’s him on the left, duh), along with this message: “So, Moneypenny was in LA for both fun and business… So, naturally, she hit up Bittergaymark on the FB. Soon, the two DWers were grabbing […]
  • “He Dumped Me Before Our First Date”

    Dear Wendy
    22 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    I went to my aunt’s funeral last week and ran into a guy I hadn’t seen since high school, 26 years ago. We talked for a minute, and he asked me to lunch so we could catch up on everything. When I passed my phone number over to him through my mom, he immediately gave […]
  • “Should My Wife and I Let Someone Watch Us?”

    Dear Wendy
    21 Jul 2014 | 10:30 am
    My wife and I are a young Indian couple. I am 33 and she is 30. We have been married for seven years now and we do not have any kids. We both love each other very much and cannot stay without the other. Now our sex life is good, but recently we were talking […]
  • “My Husband Keeps Cheating On Me”

    Dear Wendy
    21 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    My husband and I have been married six years. We are happy and have fun together. However, off and on over the course of our relationship he has chatted with women online behind my back on various hookup sites. He has even texted a friend of mine flirtatiously, and she immediately told me. Now he […]
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    Black Love Advice | Black Love | Dating Advice | Relationship advice

  • 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 […]
  • The Effects Of Porn On Relationships- Is It Really Harmless?

    Black Love Advice.Com
    21 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    Written By: Naomi Epps It has been noted that some 40 million people in the United States alone visit adult websites regularly, most being young adults. Popular media now advises people against watching porn. Stating that porn causes people to expect their partners to behave in the bedroom like the porn stars they watch. Studies […]
  • New Study Claims Eating Apples Can Boost Sexual Pleasure In Women…

    Black Love Advice.Com
    16 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    Written By: Naomi Epps “An apple a day, keeps the doctor away,” may just be the tip of the iceberg. New research suggests an apple a day may lead women to have better sex! A study recently published in the Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics […]
  • 6 Signs You Gave Up The Goodies Too Fast

    Black Love Advice.Com
    15 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    Written By: Naomi Epps Afraid you slept with a guy too soon? But really… How soon is too soon? Maybe you’re still on the safe side. Maybe he’ll perceive you as a determined woman who is not afraid of her own sexuality and knows exactly […]
  • The Road Toward Fair Marriages: Why Prenups Aren’t Always A Bad Idea

    Black Love Advice.Com
    14 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    Written By: Victor Trammell For most couples that are seriously involved in an ongoing relationship, marriage is often the inevitable and most important long-term result. However, the road to matrimony can be a challenging endeavor to undertake. Though marriage is regarded as one of life’s […]
 
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  • 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 III – Real Strength

    Tokii
    7 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…
  • 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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  • 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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  • The Number Is Zero

    Scott
    17 Jul 2014 | 8:00 am
    I have a friend who read the Bible and his conclusions broke his heart. He read about a God who didn’t fit his paradigm. He read about a God who didn’t do what he thought best. He read about a God who seemed to sit silent through tragedy. His crumbling faith and doubts rippled through him like an earthquake. The chasm led him to abandon his previous love for God. When people face tragedy, they usually have one of three reactions. They blame God, they turn to God for help or they abandon God. The God of the Bible does not always explain the whys because God is not a “paint by…
  • Predictable

    Scott
    16 Jul 2014 | 1:47 am
    Note: This is part 3 of the series, By The Numbers. Catch up if you need to: 1. Paint By Numbers. 2. By The Numbers. It’s 2:38 A.M. Few people who know me well would be surprised that I’m awake. Almost everyone would be surprised that it’s 2:38 A.M. and I just woke up. Huh? I’m a night owl, but last night I had to go to bed early for a 4:15 A.M. wake up. Predictably I didn’t need an alarm. Predictably, I didn’t want to startle Amy awake at 4:15 A.M. Predictably, I woke up early enough not to need an alarm. Scott (Me) By The Numbers Recently I took a…
  • By The Numbers

    Scott
    15 Jul 2014 | 8:00 am
    Recently I led our TreeHouse trip to northern Minnesota. On the way to our destination we stopped in Duluth. After some fun at Adventure Zone we were hungry for dinner. My friend and co-worker Ash SanFilippo is a fan of the Food Network show, “Diners, Drive-ins and Dives.” One of the cheapest meals in the Duluth area belongs to the “world famous” Anchor Bar in Superior, WI. Enthusiastically I led the caravan to the Anchor Bar. As we drove over Tower Bridge I envisioned Ash’s excitement. As we maneuvered through the streets the taste of the delicious Anchor Bar…
  • Paint By Numbers

    Scott
    14 Jul 2014 | 8:00 am
    There I sat at the gray laminate kitchen table. It’s the only color I could envision looking good atop that table. That was not good news. I sat there perplexed with my Paint-by-Number painting in-complete, well actually it was un-started. I didn’t know where to begin. This was not my work of art, it was someone else’s. I was just trying to mimic her work. When you paint by numbers you try to create someone else’s pretty picture. Hopefully it looks good. It might even fool some people that the painting was created by a real artist. Someone might fool them; I…
  • Mid-Year Freedom Message

    Scott
    4 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    Today is Independence Day. Could This Be Your Independence Day? Excursus: This day is special for another reason, it’s Amy & Phil Hatcher’s wedding anniversary.  Congrats you two! Independence is on my mind. Independence for you.  Independence for me. True independence True independence.  As my friend Jenny Dwyer said, is “Nothing missing.  Nothing broken.” My prayers are for you who, like me, need some more independence from our baggage: - My friends who are trapped in their time-wasters. - My friends who are caught in the trap of coping by cutting. - My…
 
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  • 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
  • 19 Things That Make Moving Worse Than It Already Is

    Melany
    14 Jul 2014 | 7:35 am
    It is 4:45 AM and I am writing to you from my mass exodus from a place called Cricketville. I have been there and none of you need to go there. Take my word for it. I have experience with creepy crawlies and in the past week I felt them crawling all over. You know? That horrible feeling you have when you can’t decide where to itch first because “something” is crawling ALL OVER YOUR BODY and won’t go away. Not to worry! I have found my salvation in a hotel called the Valley Ho until I can be safely... Continue Reading
  • Pepper Spray, My New Accessory: As Seen On The Steve Harvey Show

    Melany
    10 Jul 2014 | 9:45 am
    It is no secret that I deal with creeps on a daily basis. I had enough of the guys who “drive their rent” in LA and decided to relocate to the dessert in the middle of the summer for a little while. Yes, I know it is 115 degrees and hot but I love it here. I am a Wildcat for life and Arizona holds a special place in my heart for so many reasons. This time around, I am in Scottsdale checking things (and MEN) out to see if I like it. So far, I love Arizona and the... Continue Reading
  • 10 Snarky Rules for Dating My Owner: Woofed by Teddy Brewski

    Melany
    5 Jul 2014 | 7:08 am
    Happy day after the 4th of July aka July 5, 2014. I am writing to you from HOT Arizona and was supposed to be unpacking these past few days but my AC is non operable, neither toilets are working and I had more than enough creepy crawlies in my place that I had to check into a hotel. There is more to this story and is a contender for the Greatest Hits section but I wanted to post something super cute today. While I am in the process of shuffling clothes, shoes and purses from one area code to another,... Continue Reading
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  • 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…
  • Discovering the Purpose for Your Life

    Duncan Morris
    26 Jun 2014 | 3:00 pm
    Tanatat / FreeDigitalPhotos.net Life is constantly changing; very few things remain the same. Most people will have multiple jobs, and live in different houses, different states and even countries in this day of globalisation. Relationships change and even if you stay with the same person, there are changes in the dynamics of that relationship as each of you becomes more aware of differences and challenges. People change through growth and development, and this impacts stability of life. With change comes challenge. What direction do I take? Should I leave this job for another? Do I remain in…
  • Managing Anger in the Workplace

    Duncan Morris
    19 Jun 2014 | 3:00 pm
    Duncan recently featured on a podcast for ProfitableHospitality.com. In this enlightening interview hosted by Ken Burgin, Duncan discusses the topic ‘Managing Anger in the Workplace,’ addressing how it is caused and strategies we can use to best deal with it. You can listen to the podcast by clicking here. If you are experiencing anger at work or are feeling the effects of a colleagues anger and need support then here’s what you need to do: contact Duncan on 0434 331 243 for a FREE 10-minute phone consultation on how Watersedgecounselling can best help you or pressbook nowto book…
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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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  • 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…
  • Infidelity – One Common Reason Why Cheaters Cheat

    Yen
    22 Jun 2014 | 6:37 pm
    Infidelity – One Common Reason Why Cheaters Cheat Infidelity, like an orca that breaks through the ocean’s waves pursing its prey, comes unexpected. It rips a gaping hole through their victim’s heart that leaves them with a single question, “Why?” What exactly makes a person commit such an act behind the back of their partner? How could so many faithful years in the relationship mean absolutely nothing? Under all the tremendous pain that bubbles like a covered cauldron, the victim desires to hear a coherent explanation – the light bulb that turns on and lightens the darkness of…
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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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    Thoughts on Life and Love

  • Culture of Blame

    Mandy Kloppers
    22 Jul 2014 | 10:45 am
    Culture of Blame We live in age where many people indulge in the Blame Game. “It wasn’t me”… “You’re to blame”… “Why did you let this happen?” … and so it goes on. It is wasted energy blaming others. Whomever is to blame, the fact is, that the event, the wrongdoing, has occurred and blame does nothing other than cause resentment and more anger. Instead of looking for someone to blame, perhaps looking for immediate solutions and implementing them would be a more effective way to handle problems? Too much blame leads to procrastination and obfuscation of the reality in…
  • How Cognitive Behavioural Therapy has helped me

    Mandy Kloppers
    21 Jul 2014 | 1:31 am
    Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is a talking therapy that can help you manage your problems by changing the way you think and behave. CBT cannot remove your problems, but can help you manage them in a more positive way. It encourages you to examine how your actions can affect how you think and feel. Talking and changing your behaviour can change how you think (cognitive) and what you do (behaviour). This can make you feel better about life. I use CBT in my work with clients and have used it in my own life. It hasn’t been an overnight success and it…
  • Mental Health – A Global Priority

    Mandy Kloppers
    19 Jul 2014 | 2:15 am
    Mental Health – A Global Concern It really concerns me that Governments worldwide do not take mental health issues more seriously. Mental Health often gets the short straw when it comes to funding, yet as a mental health professional, I can see that Mental Health often underlies the other conditions that actually do receive the necessary funding. 1) Productive Society Modern day living leaves us in fight/flight/freeze mode for extended periods and this exhausts our bodies. When stress isn’t correctly dealt with (this happens in the majority of cases), the body begins to manifest…
  • Women – Support Each Other

    Mandy Kloppers
    18 Jul 2014 | 2:39 am
    Women – Support Each Other I’m not entirely sure why but I began to mistrust women from the age of about seventeen. I had many girl friends at school and never had any issues up until then. Perhaps growing up and becoming a teenager, starting to like boys and experiencing a few negative two-faced females put me on the path of mistrust. All I can say is that I am so glad that I managed to put my negative attitude towards other women aside. In my late twenties I began to meet amazing women and since then I have come across women that continually astound me. Their strength of…
  • Risk it

    Mandy Kloppers
    17 Jul 2014 | 1:09 am
      Risk It   We are born without psychological restraints and initially see possibilities and opportunities everywhere. At the age of two, one of our most frequently said words is “no”. As our parents try to train us to fit in and behave in a socially acceptable manner, we fight to keep our essential self in tact while our social self starts to take over. We resist attempts to allow our social selves to smother our essential self. Say “please and thank you”…. No “Don’t stick your fingers in your mouth”…No “Stop pulling…
 
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    Relationship World

  • 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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    Married with Luggage

  • 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 […]
  • How to Find Someone to Share Your Crazy Dreams (Podcast #68 with Jason Surfrapp)

    Warren
    25 Jun 2014 | 3:40 am
    Episode 68 comes to you from sunny Madrid, Spain. Today we’re addressing the question we get all the time: How do you find someone to follow your dreams with you? You’re going to love today’s unconventional guest, and you’ll want to listen through to the end to find out how to win one of 3 […]
  • Is it Unromantic to Schedule the Romance?

    Betsy
    22 Jun 2014 | 3:00 am
    You would expect the people who have a one-year marriage contract would have an equally nerdy plan to keep the daily romance in a relationship. And you would be right! Earlier this year we navigated the purchase of a new home in a foreign country, published a book, renovated the new home, planned a 10-city […]
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    The Relationship Suite

  • Dating After Divorce

    Rachel Moheban-Wachtel,LCSW
    4 Jul 2014 | 11:11 am
    Our Topic this week is Dating after a Divorce. Maryanne writes: I’m recently divorced and just started dating. I met a man who is also recently divorced and we really hit it off. The problem is that I feel so insecure about moving forward and if his intentions are just to have fun or to […]The post Dating After Divorce appeared first on The Relationship Suite.
  • Handling the Challenges of a Long Distance Relationship

    Rachel Moheban-Wachtel,LCSW
    5 Jun 2014 | 2:35 pm
    Our topic today is Long Distance Relationships Olga writes: I’m dating a man who had to move cross-country due to a job promotion. I have an established business and life in New York and wasn’t ready to move so we decided to try long distance. Initially everything was going great but lately he’s started to […]The post Handling the Challenges of a Long Distance Relationship appeared first on The Relationship Suite.
  • How to Deal With Depression in your Marriage

    Rachel Moheban-Wachtel,LCSW
    20 May 2014 | 6:28 pm
    Today’s topic is How to deal with depression in your marriage. Gary writes: My wife and I have been fighting a lot lately. She went to the doctor recently and was told she had some issues with hormones, so whenever we get into a fight she says, “It’s just the hormones.” I want to support […]The post How to Deal With Depression in your Marriage appeared first on The Relationship Suite.
  • How to Deal with Debt in a Relationship

    Rachel Moheban-Wachtel,LCSW
    7 May 2014 | 8:12 am
    I am Rachel Moheban-Wachtel, LCSW marriage counselor, and welcome to The Relationship Suite, the place to learn how to create healthy relationships. I just started dating a man about 6 months ago and everything is going great. However; I just found out some information about his financial situation that’s made me uneasy. He recently asked […]The post How to Deal with Debt in a Relationship appeared first on The Relationship Suite.
  • How to Deal with Projection in Your Relationship

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

  • 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 — August 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?

    FionaBeck
    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

    FionaBeck
    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

    FionaBeck
    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

    FionaBeck
    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 come back confuses us into thinking…
 
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    TheStallionStyle

  • 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 […]
  • 10 Most Popular Female Sex Toys

    James Buzinko
    18 Jul 2014 | 7:11 am
    Female sex toys are meant to pleasure her and allow her to climax on her own. Whether you are simply a spectator that likes to watch her masturbate or you want these for yourself, you need to know the most popular brands on the market. When the night is cold and you have nothing to keep you […]
  • Top Penis Extenders – Do These 7 Devices Really Work?

    James Buzinko
    17 Jul 2014 | 2:51 am
    Penis extenders are just one of the many different types of penile enlargement products on the market today. These help you perform stretches and exercises that increase your size and girth. Men of all ages turn to these devices to grow their measurements. These are non-invasive, easy to use and relatively inexpensive. Extenders use traction to stretch and elongate […]
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    get-a-wingman.com

  • 8 Things That are Killing Your Motivation

    Marzena
    16 Jul 2014 | 6:23 am
    As a wise man once said, “People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing – that’s why we recommend it daily.” Motivation is what pushes people to continue working hard through tough times in order to get to the other side of success. The fact that Zig Ziglar said motivation is like bathing, shows that it’s something that’s difficult to maintain. It’s not just a case of getting yourself motivated once and then you’re motivated for life. There are a lot of things that can kill even the strongest willed man’s…
  • 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…
  • How A Small Step Can Change Your Life? – Kaizen Training

    Marzena
    3 Jun 2014 | 3:28 am
    Do you want to improve your life but every change is paralyzing you? Do you lack the time to focus on self-development? Is there always something keeping you from achieving your goals? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you might be interested in KAIZEN TRAINING. Kaizen (from Japanese ‘good change’) is a philosophy, which helps you increase the quality and efficiency of your life. Set an achievable goal and step by step change your life. The whole idea is based on taking “small steps” to achieve larger goals, effortlessly. I would like to show you how this philosophy,…
  • 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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    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.
  • Top 11 Biggest Complaints Women Have About Online Dating

    Ana
    8 Jul 2014 | 12:11 pm
    Although a huge percentage of people find their partner on an Internet dating site, online dating is not all wine and roses. If you are considering joining a dating site, you should be aware of the complaints women typically have about online dating so that you are not unduly put […] The post Top 11 Biggest Complaints Women Have About Online Dating appeared first on Love From Ana.
  • Three Things Late

    Ana
    7 Jul 2014 | 4:36 am
    My three things are a little late this week because we have just returned from a week-long vacation to the Greek Island of Zakynthos (also known as Zante). I scheduled most of my posts ahead of time but I couldn’t really schedule this one Anyway now that I’m back, here […] The post Three Things Late appeared first on Love From Ana.
 
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    Epaperbird

  • Wrinkle Remover Cream Before Marriage

    Epaperbird
    21 Jul 2014 | 6:25 pm
    Wrinkles do indicate damage and weak skin. Skin experts do advice that, one should take quick action as soon they spot wrinkles on their own faces. The ultimate best wrinkle remover cream is the one that can be able to stop aging and save your face from the wrinkles. Most people may ask if there is any speedy wrinkle treatment. Well according to studies, the advanced wrinkle removers are able to diminish wrinkles in one month. So you need to be patient if you want to get the best result from the wrinkle remover cream. Botox has become popular because of the fact that people want fast results.
  • Success Story of American Doctor

    Epaperbird
    20 Jul 2014 | 11:45 pm
    Dr.  Mehment Oz was born in Cleveland, Ohio in the year 1960 on June 11th and Gemini is his Zodiac Sign His Nickname is America’s Doctor. He was born to both Mustafa and Suna Oz. Oz was raised in Wilmington, Delaware. When he was 7 years old, he wanted to be in medical field for he had witnessed, first-hand the kind of hope and joy that his father brought to his patients at the Wilmington Center. Dr. Mehment Oz is a cardiac surgeon and also an author and a TV host. His birth names are Mehment Oz Cengiz. He preaches the advantages and the benefits of living a healthy life through numerous…
  • Top Secrets of Profitable Investment in Real Estate

    Epaperbird
    19 Jul 2014 | 3:36 am
    Investing in real estate (cash-flow) is a good way to build wealth, but most investors are in a situation where they are unable to buy real estate’s (cash flow) in their own markets. And if you are an investor and you’re in this position, you have no other option but buy property from outside your market and this can pose a lot of challenges to the investor. But if you want help, read the following because buying property outside your market is a piece of cake and it can be done with great success and you will be able to increase your success chances dramatically. Always find the Right…
  • Want to Become an Entrepreneur, Here is How

    Epaperbird
    18 Jul 2014 | 3:34 am
    Most entrepreneurs’ do have a business degree in subjects like marketing or even business management, but this is now always the case to most of the entrepreneurs, and the degree from a recognized university is not all what is needed to be a successful entrepreneur .Psychology Today has been able to report that business entrepreneurs’ mush have some personalities, and when the entrepreneurs use these the “Big Five Dimensions” and  have been used properly, Psychology Today  have that the following traits are in a high position. •    Openness To Different Experience- this is the…
  • You Can Use To Improve Your Dating Prospects

    Epaperbird
    17 Jul 2014 | 12:48 am
    Ever say to yourself that bad boy’s have all the luck? It’s a very common trend that many men believe – all women fall for the bad boys while the nice guys, the ones they should be dating miss out. So what is it about bad boys that make women fall into their trap and what can you do about it? By learning some of the top reasons why women tend to flock to this bad boy personality style you can use those principles to make a few simple changes to your own behavior, without having to become one of them. If the truth is told while she may date the bad boys, the one she marries…
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    Boundless

  • Losing our Promiscuity and Dating for Extra Credit

    Lindy Keffer
    22 Jul 2014 | 6:42 am
    How do I know I'm a word geek? I remember titles of articles I read 14 years ago.  That I remember is proof of my eggheadedness, but also testimony to the insight I found in a July 2000 Christianity Today cover story called "Losing Our Promiscuity." It's a good thing I'm an egghead, because I was recently able to find and re-read this article, and I'm glad I did.  In it, Paula Rinehart explores the culture-wide consequences of raising a generation whose norm is "random sex that is casual, mechanical, something to escape to on weekends."…
  • Brant Hansen Tells What Happened the Last Time He Ran a 5K

    Martha Krienke
    21 Jul 2014 | 12:24 pm
    There will be no nap time after lunch on Friday at Pursuit 2014 when Brant Hansen takes the stage. You'll be far too entertained and inspired by this radio host heard most recently on Air1.  In this video, Brant gives us a sneak peek of what his session will be about as well as what happened to him the last time he ran a 5K. Brant lives in Northern California with his wife, Carolyn. Their daughter, Julia, is a home-schooled senior, and their son, Justice, is a student at University of California, Berkeley. Brant's first book, Unoffendable, will release in 2015…
  • Are We Hiding Something Behind Our Christian Lingo?

    Joshua Rogers
    21 Jul 2014 | 8:48 am
    I have a Jewish friend named Jared who grew up in southern California and has minimal experience with evangelicals. Every once in a while, I introduce him to elements of our sometimes-odd subculture. The other day, a short conversation provided an opportunity to explain the all-important evangelical phrase, “I do/don’t have a peace about it.” He called me and said, “You want to go to Subway for lunch?” In fact, I did not, so I jokingly said, “Give me some time to pray, and I’ll let you know if I’ve got a peace about it.”…
  • Your Turn: What I Wish I Believed at 25

    Boundless Community
    18 Jul 2014 | 7:02 am
    by Dorothy Camak I felt 25 for a long time. I was confident I had most everything figured out, and the things I didn't just yet, well, I had plenty of time. Thirty is when I would have everything squared away plus a cute mom haircut. And well, 30 is official — officially old and wise, eh, maybe just old.  Yes, I was a bit removed from collegiate life, but a world away from 30. Today, I actually like telling people I am 30, flirty and thriving. OK, I only say the "flirty and thriving" in my head with a chuckle, but I really am digging this decade so far. Navigating the…
  • Becoming Myself: Episode 337

    Lisa Anderson
    17 Jul 2014 | 7:10 am
    Listen to this week's show! Question for discussion: What about yourself have you discovered in recent years? Did your finding surprise you? How so? Roundtable: God’s WorkmanshipMany of us spend a good portion of our lives figuring out who we are, or worse, wishing we were someone else. But God gave us each unique personalities, habits, giftings — even unique flaws. How do we discover these within ourselves? Our panel of Focus Leadership Institute students is beginning that journey, and they share their findings with us. Culture: Adventures With GodFear, apathy, carelessness.
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    Best Ever Love Life

  • HOT TOPIC: Why Chivalry is Important in a Modern Relationship

    Bell
    22 Jul 2014 | 6:10 am
    The very word “chivalry” evokes thoughts of Medieval knights and movies of that age in which the behaviour of men towards women was marked by great respect and affectation. Unfortunately, such behaviour seems as ancient as that distant time, yet chivalry is still one of the strongest aspects in how men and women demonstrate their respect towards the other. For men of today, demonstrating a chivalrous attitude through simple expressions of behavior can go a long way towards furthering a relationship. In fact, it is one of the great visual cues that women recognise in men their respect for…
  • A Promise

    Bell
    22 Jul 2014 | 3:57 am
    Title: A PROMISE Release Date – 1 August 2014 (US & UK) Starring:   Rebecca Hall, Alan Rickman, Richard Madden, Toby Murray, Maggie Steed and Shannon Tarbet Genre: Drama Romance Director: Patrice Leconte Running time: 1 hour 38 minutes Rating: 12A  Official Site: A Promise   Description: ‘A Promise’ is a romantic drama set in Germany just before WWI and centered on a married woman who falls in love with her husband’s protégé.Young Friederich has humble origins, but rises to the attention of his new boss, Karl. As he volunteers to tutor his…
  • How to Find the Right Person for You

    Bell
    22 Jul 2014 | 3:20 am
    It is said that there is a right person for everyone out there, but finding them is the key. While that is a true statement, it’s also an incomplete one as it does take more than just looking to find the right person for you. So, what does it take in order to find your true love? There are several factors that go into searching for the right person from compatibility to common interests and so forth. However there are some things you can do in order to narrow down your search so that you can actually find the right person. Love the Person You Are This may sound a bit strange at first, but…
  • Why You Should Love Yourself First

    Bell
    21 Jul 2014 | 8:03 am
    We all have things we don’t like about our appearance. But imagine if one – or more – of those things was so extreme that people turned their heads to look at you or worse, stare and make cruel comments.  A couple of recent stories highlighted the difficulties some people face compared to how lucky most of us are. We often take our love life, our dates, lovers and partners for granted but some people will never – through no fault of their own – have these in their lives. The following are two examples of people who turn people’s heads and have faced…
  • Getting Married: How to Make it Your Best Ever Day

    Bell
    19 Jul 2014 | 9:07 am
    It’s supposed to be the best day of your life but it can also be the most stressful. Getting married should be a union of your love and commitment but often this sentiment gets overshadowed by other issues. Everybody wants to have their say about how or even if you should do it and it can be hard not to crack under the pressure. Having Doubts Getting married is a huge commitment and it is understandable that you may begin to question it. This is normal and usually you will come to your senses and realise that it is what you want. However, sometimes those nagging doubts just won’t go away.
 
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    Til Death, I Guess

  • 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…
  • Erotic Tips tо Spice Uр Yоur Marriage Fоr Women – А Guide tо Веіng thе Hottest Wife Yоu Саn Be!

    T.D.I.G.
    10 Jul 2014 | 7:32 pm
    While іt іs true thаt thе marital intimacy саn wear оut оvеr time, thіs dоеs nоt mеаn thаt уоu саnnоt dо аnуthіng аbоut іt. Іn fact, уоu саn dо јust аbоut еvеrуthіng tо prevent thіs frоm happening. Аnd уоu саn dо thіs bу tаkіng аn active role tо seduce уоur husband. Like уоu, hе nееds tо sее аnd feel thе passion уоu gіvе tо уоur relationship. Аs а husband, іt gіvеs hіm comfort tо sее thаt thе love уоu shared bеfоrе уоur marriage іs alive аnd burning. Аs а wife, іt іs уоur duty tо constantly…
  • Tips for Communicating wіth thе Opposite Sex

    T.D.I.G.
    8 Jul 2014 | 2:47 pm
    Communication іn relationships соmеs uр а lot іn personal аnd professional coaching sessions. Іn thеіr quests fоr а fulfilling, successful, accomplished, meaningful lives; mу clients hаvе tо interact wіth thе opposite sex – it’s true. Аnd іn dоіng sо, thеу оftеn gеt smacked іn thе head wіth thе differences іn communicative style аnd focus оf thеіr opposite sex partner. Νоt knowing thе mоst fundamental differences іn masculine аnd feminine communication іs lіkе trуіng tо speak American English іn Ireland. А lot оf…
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    Our Peaceful Family

  • 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…
  • Is the first year of marriage the hardest? Our’s was ….

    Marcus and Ashley
    23 Jun 2014 | 2:00 am
    Is the first year of marriage the hardest? The answer to this question will vary from one married couple to another, but most married couples would agree it’s been one of the hardest years of their marriage. We recently went through Ashley’s journal to relive that first year of our marriage, and there was a lot we had forgotten about that year. Besides the big difficulties and hardest moments life threw at us, there was a few themes that rang through. We hope our first year experience would inspire and help you in your marriage journey. Hardest moments in our first year of…
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    THE WORTHY STORIES

  • WHAT MOST WOMEN REALLY WANT. 5 THINGS

    charles huggins
    22 Jul 2014 | 5:03 am
    At his nursing home, Mr. Worthy is in his room watching television when his nurse comes in with his daily pills.(MR. WORTHY)Hello there. You have my pills I see.(NURSE)Yes I do.(MR. WORTHY)Happy Birthday! I saw the balloons outside for you. (NURSE)Thank you.(MR. WORTHY)Any big plans for the day.(NURSE)No. I just want to relax. My boyfriend usually makes a big event of the day.(MR. WORTHY)Oh good.(NURSE)No good. He does this big production all year and he thinks that's it. Like he doesn't have to put any effort into "us" for the rest of the year.(MR. WORTHY)Oh, no good.(NURSE)If he only knew…
  • 7 THINGS YOU SHOULD NEVER POST ON FACEBOOK

    charles huggins
    21 Jul 2014 | 7:41 am
    At his nursing home, Mr. Worthy is on the computer, on facebook. He is browsing through various pictures when his nurse comes in with his daily pills.(NURSE)It’s that time again Mr. Worthy.(MR. WORTHY)Before you give me my pills come over here and take a look at my grandkids. They’re on facebook here.(NURSE-excitedly)Oh ok cool!The nurse goes over.(MR. WORTHY)Those are some good looking kids aren’t they?(NURSE)Sure are, they are so cute.(MR. WORTHY-jokingly)They take after their grandfather.(NURSE-sarcastically)Yes I can see the resemblance.As Mr. Worthy looks at the pictures, all of a…
  • 3 WAYS TO TELL IF HE IS "WORTHY" OF A 2ND DATE

    charles huggins
    19 Jul 2014 | 6:55 am
    Sitting in the recreation room of his nursing home is Mr. Worthy. He is playing cards with another resident Mr. Brown when a nurse walks up to him to give him his daily pills.(NURSE)Who's winning the game?(MR. WORTHY)Need you ask that question? Of course I am winning. 5 hands in a row.(MR. BROWN)He's only winning because I couldn't find my eyeglasses this morning and a club looks like a spade. The nurse laughs.(NURSE)Well if you can't see Mr. Brown then why do you keep playing?(MR. BROWN)It's like dating. You go on a date for the first time, and even though you can't see all of the other…
  • 10 TYPES OF MEN A WOMAN SHOULD NEVER, EVER MARRY!

    charles huggins
    16 Jul 2014 | 5:08 am
    Inside of his nursing home, Mr. Worthy is seated in the recreational room watching television as two female nurses approach. Nurse Henderson and Nurse Welling stroll by him. Mr.Worthy with nothing in particular to do, eavesdrops on their conversation.(NURSE HENDERSON)I don’t know why it is so hard for a woman to meet a decent Christian man. This is nuts!(NURSE WELLING)Maybe you are looking in the wrong places for these men. (NURSE HENDERSON)Well I’m not hunting men down or anything, it’s just the ones that approach me. They seem all good, until they…….Mr. Worthy can’t restrain…
  • SEX BEFORE MARRAIGE II? SHOULD I OR SHOULDN'T I?

    charles huggins
    15 Jul 2014 | 5:02 am
    “I don't know the question, but sex is definitely the answer.”― Woody Allen“A man can sleep around, no questions asked, but if a woman makes nineteen or twenty mistakes she's a tramp.”― Joan Rivers“The function of muscle is to pull and not to push, except in the case of the genitals and the tongue.”― Leonardo da Vinci There are numerous books, movies, even television shows, all dealing with one singular, similar, and scintillating theme-SEX!. Sex will always be a dominant theme in the history of mankind no matter race, gender, ethnicity, or socioeconomic class because let's…
 
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    Dating and Relationship Talks

  • She’s flirting with you: Signs to know

    22 Jul 2014 | 12:36 am
    You’ve been hanging out with that girl and you are wondering if you are making things up or she’s actually flirting with you. You two seem to get along so well and she’s so comfortable around you. Women can be mysterious; they are unpredictable. However, there are common things they do when flirting with a guy. Let’s check out these signs to know if she’s flirting with you.Signs to know if she’s flirting with you•    She touches you freelyWomen don’t go around touching every guy; they are very careful about letting guys get so close to them. When you are with a…
  • How to date your Female Boss

    20 Jul 2014 | 11:25 pm
    Office relationships aren’t exclusive to only male bosses and their female subordinates; Female bosses date their male subordinates too. As a man, when you are working with a single female boss, there are chances that you two could get attracted to each other. And while your reservations about having an affair with your boss is understandable, you could actually make things work just fine. Dating your female boss can be easier if you knew how to go about it.5 tips on how to date your Female Boss•    Know the boundariesIn dating your female boss, you need to identify the…
  • How to deal with your Boyfriend’s ex

    20 Jul 2014 | 9:56 am
    The ex will always be part of your Boyfriend’s history. It becomes a problem when they keep showing up in the picture like a constant nightmare. It’s even more difficult when she and your boyfriend remained friends after their breakup. Seeing the two of them together just doesn’t feel right to you. If you had your way, you’d get her out of the way. Well, you need to know how to deal with your boyfriend’s ex in order to protect your relationship.5 tips on how to deal with your Boyfriend’s ex•    Act ladylikeThe first step to dealing with your boyfriend’s ex is to…
  • Dating your Male Boss: Tips to make it successful

    19 Jul 2014 | 11:17 pm
    Office romance has been in existence right from the establishment of the office. And that’s because men and women who work together are bound to get attracted to each other regardless of their positions. As a woman, there are more chances that your male boss will be attracted to you. Even if he asked you out and you accepted for reasons best known to you, it can be awkward for you to see your ‘almighty’ boss as a lover. Well, you need to know how to date your male boss in order to overcome that feeling.5 tips on how to date your Male Boss•    Draw the lineWhen your…
  • He’s the one: Signs to know

    19 Jul 2014 | 12:40 pm
    A woman is likely to come across many men before she finally meets that special man. Amongst all the men, there’s that one who was specially created for you. With him, life can’t be any better. You are sure of a beautiful and fulfilling life together. Well, it’s easy to think that you’ve found him already; you can be blinded by certain things which look so good on the surface. To be sure that he’s the one, you need to look out for specific signs.5 signs to know that he’s the one•    You can be yourself around himIf you are dating a guy and you can’t be yourself…
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    LoLa

  • 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…
  • Sometimes..Silence is a really good answer.

    Lola
    11 Jul 2014 | 10:22 am
    In the beginning stages of my spiritual journey, I found it extremely difficult to quiet my “mind games” I started playing with myself. Twin Flame love is the highest possible form of love. It is a kind of love that is both unsettling and all-embracing at the same time.  It is an intense experience, it feels undeniably deep and regularly keeps you stuck in your Ego and emotional world. This comes with misunderstanding, disruption, denial, distance and repelling behavior. Worry becomes the norm, if you let it. If we don’t allow the mind to be silent, we make emotional judgments and…
  • Make room for Love…And clean out your damn closet!

    Lola
    9 Jul 2014 | 11:11 pm
    If you haven’t cleaned out your closets, is there really any room for Love to live?? It may sound like a cliche, but this became the truth for my twin flame and I – literally and figuratively. From the moment I stepped off the plane, there were signs that my twin and I may not have completely prepared for the road that was ahead of us. When I say clean out your closet, literally that is exactly what I mean! I left everything and everyone I knew – to enter a home that didn’t even have a closet cleared with my name on it. I can’t tell you how heartbreaking that moment was. I soon…
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