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  • Skoda – cele mai fiabile masini

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    James
    31 Mar 2015 | 8:08 am
    Masini Skoda au o reputatie excelenta pentru producerea de automobile de calitate la un preț corect. În Irlanda, Skoda sunt o masina foarte populara pentru utilizatorii de afaceri și drivere de familie deopotrivă. Sunt plecat de zile de glumele Skoda, unde Skoda a fost clasificate cu Lada si Polski Fiat. Skoda este acum parte a grupului Service skoda Pitesti, iar masinile sunt bine concepute si arata grozav. Există doar trei modele de bază, Fabia, Octavia și Superb. Modelele au fost proiectate pentru a se potrivi în între clasele de mărime convenționale, de exemplu Fabia este…
  • Protecting students from homophobic bullying

    Relationships News -- ScienceDaily
    17 Apr 2015 | 11:52 am
    Students who are bullied because of sexual orientation have willing defenders among their classmates -- motivated by leadership, courage, their beliefs in justice, altruism and having lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender friends, according to a new study.
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    PoeticandFunny
    21 Apr 2015 | 9:38 am
    #TODOLIST sell a note of rupees five hundred for rupees one lakh in an auction with rich participants. — Satya (@POETICandFUNNY) April 21, 2015
  • How to help discouraged young adults re: career

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    highwood
    21 Apr 2015 | 6:16 am
    So son just turned 2 and is an aspiring pilot. We paid for all of his pilot training and he has been working at a small charter airline for the past 2+ years on the ramp waiting for the opportunity for a pilot job with them. Oil prices dropped and now this company who has been in business for over 50 years has slowed down thus son will be waiting even longer. He is becoming very discouraged about aviation all together. He has talked about going back to school for something else but has no clue...I mentioned doing something else in aviation but he seems to be so negative about anything plane…
  • 5. When `too much' is `just enough'

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    bumpsnpotholes
    21 Apr 2015 | 7:09 am
    A lot of things happened in my life at 21 so i guess i will have to divide this particular post into sections. I joined the second campus when i had just turned 21, hopeful that this time round, my dad will be there for me. How naive of me? The first semester proved to be a nightmare. Neither my dad nor my mum showed any signs of financial support. As a matter of fact, immediately after i had left home for the new city to start the new course, my mum also left her sister’s house on a business assignment that would last several weeks. Remember, she hadn’t contributed anything all…
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  • Skoda – cele mai fiabile masini

    James
    31 Mar 2015 | 8:08 am
    Masini Skoda au o reputatie excelenta pentru producerea de automobile de calitate la un preț corect. În Irlanda, Skoda sunt o masina foarte populara pentru utilizatorii de afaceri și drivere de familie deopotrivă. Sunt plecat de zile de glumele Skoda, unde Skoda a fost clasificate cu Lada si Polski Fiat. Skoda este acum parte a grupului Service skoda Pitesti, iar masinile sunt bine concepute si arata grozav. Există doar trei modele de bază, Fabia, Octavia și Superb. Modelele au fost proiectate pentru a se potrivi în între clasele de mărime convenționale, de exemplu Fabia este…
  • Rezerva o trupa de calitate pentru nunta ta

    James
    24 Mar 2015 | 10:19 am
    Live formatii de nunta Bucuresti poate clichet până emoţie şi distracţie ca aproape nimic altceva. O mulţime de a-fi-căsătorit astăzi descoperă că benzile de nunta muzica live sau trupe de dans va adăuga la excitare de o mulţime şi converti o zi comune într-o ocazie memorabila. În ciuda, rezervare Class benzile de nuntă este cu siguranţă nu ca simplu, ca s-ar părea la prima. Vine cu cele mai bune trupe de nunta nu este cât de clar ca rezervarea o trupa de dans locale, este nevoie de unele căutarea sârguincios. Fericit, întreprinderea de localizarea o top dantela trupa…
  • O vacanta in Timisoara, folosind o masina inchiriata

    James
    5 Mar 2015 | 1:07 am
    Trata vizuale acumulată de oameni care au de gând să luaţi o vacanţă in Timisoara nu poate fi comparat cu nimic. Timisoara are de servire ca o casa a numeroase plaje frumoase şi largă peisaje. Este bine cunoscut ca o destinaţie turistică foarte preferat de oameni in orice moment al anului. Explora locatii atractive nenumărate in Timisoara este un vis pentru majoritatea calatorilor. Câştigă o experienţă plăcută in acest teren exotice este motivul de ce vom vedea de mii de oameni flocking aproape toate oraşele luminoase in Timisoara. Sunt de planificare pentru a face un pic…
  • Comercializarea de becuri LED

    James
    3 Mar 2015 | 2:53 am
    Tipurile de becuri cu Corp iluminat stradal cu led disponibile pentru a fi utilizate în întreprinderi nu sunt mult diferite decât cele concepute pentru uz casnic. Acasă și comercial LED funcționează pe același principiu: ele contin un cip care lumineaza atunci cand este aplicat curent electric. Dimensiunea bec, utilizarea pentru care sunt destinate și aplicarea tuturor stabili unde este cel mai bine folosit. Energy Star Evaluări Programul ENERGY STAR a fost conceput pentru a ajuta oamenii să înțeleagă mai bine opțiunile lor de conservare a energiei. Evaluarea a ajuns să…
  • Alegerea unui sistem de alarma Paradox

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

    17 Apr 2015 | 11:52 am
    Students who are bullied because of sexual orientation have willing defenders among their classmates -- motivated by leadership, courage, their beliefs in justice, altruism and having lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender friends, according to a new study.
  • How oxytocin makes a mom: Hormone teaches maternal brain to respond to offspring's needs

    15 Apr 2015 | 10:31 am
    Neuroscientists have discovered how the powerful brain hormone oxytocin acts on individual brain cells to prompt specific social behaviors -- findings that could lead to a better understanding of how oxytocin and other hormones could be used to treat behavioral problems resulting from disease or trauma to the brain.
  • One-third of women with ADHD report being sexually abused during childhood

    15 Apr 2015 | 8:40 am
    Adults who have ADHD are much more likely to report they were sexually and physically abused before they turned 16 than their peers without ADHD, according to a new study.
  • Children who understand others' perspectives found to be more popular among peers

    15 Apr 2015 | 6:27 am
    Children who are good at identifying what others want, think, and feel are more popular in school than their peers who aren't as socially adept, finds a meta-analysis of 20 studies, that includes 2,096 children from two to 10 years old in Asia, Australia, Europe, and North America. These children are also more able to maintain friendships as they grow older.
  • Peace journalism as an alternative to the predominance of negative and violent news

    14 Apr 2015 | 5:53 am
    The continued presence of negative and violent information can influence the relationship between people and their environment, their world view, their social relationships and their attitude towards the possibility of changing things. As an alternative to the traditional information model, peace journalism claims a balance between negative and positive news and a type of social information of quality, responsible, contextualized and clearly positioned in favor of human rights.
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  • April 21, 2015 at 09:58PM

    PoeticandFunny
    21 Apr 2015 | 9:38 am
    #TODOLIST sell a note of rupees five hundred for rupees one lakh in an auction with rich participants. — Satya (@POETICandFUNNY) April 21, 2015
  • 27 Signs You're Dating A Guy Who Truly Respects You

    Mélanie Berliet
    21 Apr 2015 | 9:34 am
    1. When he introduces you to friends and family, his brief description of who you are makes you blush because he tends to exaggerate your talents and/or greatest personality traits. 2. It turns him on to see you express a strong opinion, whether you’re chatting with people you’ve just met or with longtime friends at a group dinner. You’ll probably catch him out of the corner of your eye, sitting back and smiling, as he watches you gesture like crazy to establish your point. 3. He defers to you on subjects you know more about and asks thoughtful questions about these topics because…
  • The Truth - The Reason Why I Fooled You

    amandasomaly
    21 Apr 2015 | 9:33 am
    To my readers,  This is a song I wrote regarding a relationship that I knew I wasn’t ready for, but continued to tag along with it because I was trying to avoid whatever it was I had going on at the time. I lied to myself and thought by using this individual as a void it would help me battle my struggle. I was wrong. I treated this person poorly and I deeply regret not trying to take advantage of the opportunity that was in front of me. This person to this day still holds a serious and special place in my heart. Although, I thought I was in love – I wasn’t. I know now if I…
  • The Truth I Never Told You

    nicoletarkoff
    21 Apr 2015 | 9:33 am
    Flickr / Jason Devaun You could have been anyone. It was a body in a bed I craved. Something to curl into at night, brush shoulders with at dawn. You could’ve been anyone, and you were. Even now, your face is a blur of shadows and muffled sounds, lightening to blind eyes. I’m sorry for what I couldn’t keep in the smoke of you. I was thrashing blindly in that soot, and it turned me all to gray. I don’t remember much of those months, but they throb behind my eyes in disfigured shadows. We will always be strangers. I don’t think we could bear to know each other- a mess of symbols in…
  • The Difference Between New and Old Relationships

    Two For October
    21 Apr 2015 | 9:30 am
    This week I want to talk about something that’s been circulating the Internet and Michael and I have talked about a lot. There’s this HUGE difference between new relationships and relationships that have lasted quite a while. People always ask how we are still together, and I’ll tell you that we still love each other and it’s hard work, but what is the difference between new relationships and lasting relationships? 1. After a while, you just get comfortable with each other. In the beginning, I was so self conscious of showing Mike certain sides of myself; my face in…
 
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  • How to help discouraged young adults re: career

    highwood
    21 Apr 2015 | 6:16 am
    So son just turned 2 and is an aspiring pilot. We paid for all of his pilot training and he has been working at a small charter airline for the past 2+ years on the ramp waiting for the opportunity for a pilot job with them. Oil prices dropped and now this company who has been in business for over 50 years has slowed down thus son will be waiting even longer. He is becoming very discouraged about aviation all together. He has talked about going back to school for something else but has no clue...I mentioned doing something else in aviation but he seems to be so negative about anything plane…
  • Vocalize your pleasure

    UMP
    21 Apr 2015 | 6:13 am
    One thing I noticed about my wife is that if I'm more into it, she's more into it. For example, typically I have a difficult time just sitting there while getting a BJ. This time I told my wife that I'm going to take my time to relax and enjoy. I was also very verbal and expressed my pleasure more audibly and louder than usual during the act. This did two things. 1. It increased my ability to enjoy the BJ and also allowed me to endure the agonizing pleasure to completion without helping her. My hands were off the whole time. (difficult to do) 2. It enabled my wife to also enjoy it and express…
  • "I'll make a divorce easy for you..."

    LeaPrice
    21 Apr 2015 | 5:20 am
    "I'll make a divorce easy for you." This is what my husband told me in the midst of a "fight." He thinks I'm bored with him because when I travel I have a few drinks with colleagues...maybe 2-3 times A YEAR. He doesn't want me to do that. I've never cheated. He assumes otherwise. Most recently he's talked about jealousy, but the biggest complaint seems to be that I'm out having fun without him. However, he doesn't like to go out and do the same things I like to do. It's just not his personality. He'd rather sit home and watch a movie...or play his video games. He claims he…
  • What are your boundaries in committed relationships/marriage?

    FlowerChild
    21 Apr 2015 | 12:20 am
    Hi everyone, I'm curious about boundaries and I thought it would be an interesting topic. What are your boundaries? For example, are you okay with your girlfriend/wife or boyfriend/husband talking to an opposite sex friend about life decisions, job, relationship issues? Are you okay with him/her talking on the phone with an opposite sex friend? How long is " too long "? Are you okay with him/her hanging out with an opposite sex friend? Are you okay with him/her having opposite sex friends at all? For all of the questions above, please add why or why not. When does it become an…
  • Access to Android / s5 texts?

    craid64
    20 Apr 2015 | 11:33 pm
    I'm getting some red flags from W of 4 years (together 7 total). I've had these red flags a time or two before, but they were always proven incorrect, as verified by snooping, var, etc. Did catch her in an "innocent" white lie once, and nearly left her over it, but it was proven to be a white lie. I set the tone that day (and 2 weeks I wouldn't talk to her and left our home after having told her we were "done") and have not had much reason to suspect anything much since. However, I've got that "gut feeling". First time in 4 years I've felt like this, or have felt…
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  • 5. When `too much' is `just enough'

    bumpsnpotholes
    21 Apr 2015 | 7:09 am
    A lot of things happened in my life at 21 so i guess i will have to divide this particular post into sections. I joined the second campus when i had just turned 21, hopeful that this time round, my dad will be there for me. How naive of me? The first semester proved to be a nightmare. Neither my dad nor my mum showed any signs of financial support. As a matter of fact, immediately after i had left home for the new city to start the new course, my mum also left her sister’s house on a business assignment that would last several weeks. Remember, she hadn’t contributed anything all…
  • Courting the kind

    abldibble1204
    21 Apr 2015 | 7:08 am
    A city boy with a haphazard soul, Bouncing through life, Cool as the steel rail, Still sweating from the fumes of the street, Smiling beside him, a lady lay, used to a simpler and quiet life, Flirting with the sun, Comforting the grass, He loves her as far as his smile can catch, She loves him boundless and bold, Giving her heart to the only one she knows, A beautiful life gallops across time, Timeless moments, Glaze in the sun, One day they grow old, Feeble bodies crumble, Knowing time is fleeting, He whispers one day, Lady my love, beautiful soul, My brightest shine, Windy and flowing, your…
  • Can I Ever Trust Her Again?

    Relationship Remedy
    21 Apr 2015 | 7:05 am
    People make mistakes. Sometimes people make big mistakes and sometimes people make mistakes that regrettably follow them for the rest of their lives. This week’s article is about whether when someone has made a mistake it is possible to ever trust them again. The short answer is because everyone makes mistakes they should be given a second chance to redeem themselves. This however has qualifiers – sometimes those mistakes are so big that they are unrecoverable. So where is the cut-off point? Maybe a more appropriate question would be to learn about the values that underpin a person’s…
  • Tuesday Briefing: Survey finds friendships influence views on same-sex marriage

    Meredith Flynn
    21 Apr 2015 | 7:00 am
    THE BRIEFING | Meredith Flynn People with gay or lesbian friends are almost twice as likely to say s
  • April 21, 2015

    pablo
    21 Apr 2015 | 7:00 am
    Personally, I like both halves of Dave.
 
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  • 5% More Happiness

    Corey
    20 Apr 2015 | 6:04 am
    Sometimes one question can dramatically improve your life and relationships. It usually boils down to what you focus on. Far too often we only see and ruminate on what’s missing or what’s wrong. This question comes at it from the other direction. The format is easy, simply complete this sentence. To bring 5% more happiness to my relationships… If you’d like to get even more from this exercise, journal on this as well, or discuss this with your spouse, family, and friends. (photo source) 5% More Happiness is written by Corey from: Simple Marriage ----------- A FEW…
  • Expectations

    Corey
    13 Apr 2015 | 5:32 am
    Whatever you focus on, grows. So how much time and energy do you spend focused on your expectations? A good working definition of expectations is planned disappointments. And expectations are directly correlated with happiness, or more aptly, unhappiness. When what we expect to happen does not happen, we are disappointed and we suffer pain at some level. The greater the expectation, the greater the pain. Ironically, we are also likely to be unhappy even when our expectations ARE met! I shall explain. We are most grateful for the good things that come our way that we did not expect to happen.
  • Announcing the Sexy Marriage Radio Getaway

    Corey
    8 Apr 2015 | 1:28 pm
    If you’ve been around Simple Marriage for a while hopefully you already know about Sexy Marriage Radio. A weekly show that airs every Wednesday. Over the past three years I’ve been blown away at the positive emails and feedback we regularly receive about our show. I’m grateful that we are invited into your lives and marriage on a weekly basis. Now we are offering up something a little more in-depth, and off-line. The Sexy Marriage Radio Getaway! September 17-20, 2015, at the Dallas/Ft. Worth Marriott Solana – consider this your personal invitation to join Shannon and…
  • Enjoy The Strawberry

    Corey
    6 Apr 2015 | 6:04 am
    The meaning of living fully in the present moment, neither retreating to the past nor anticipating the future, is wonderfully illustrated by a Zen parable about a monk being pursued by a ferocious tiger. The monk raced to the edge of a cliff, glanced back, and saw the growling tiger about to spring. The monk spotted a vine dangling over the edge of the cliff. He grabbed it and began shinnying down the side of the cliff out of the clutches of the tiger. Whew! Narrow escape. The monk then looked down and saw a quarry of jagged rocks five hundred feet below. He looked up and saw the tiger poised…
  • The Elusive Happiness Problem

    Corey
    1 Apr 2015 | 5:40 pm
    In October of 2006 I finished writing and defending my Dissertation, which was the final step in completing my Ph.D. in Family Therapy. This was a huge milestone. One that began six years earlier when I decided to begin graduate school. Completing school was something I looked forward to for years. It required a lot of sacrifice along the way, both personally and from my family. But when I walked out of the room as Dr. Allan, I was ecstatic. It was such a big deal that when I finished, we threw a party that lasted two days. All kinds of friends and family joined in the celebration. After…
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  • Do I Just “Go” With Whatever He Says?

    Rori Raye
    20 Apr 2015 | 10:04 am
    The Question: Sophia asks, “If I let go of the boy energy, does that mean I just accept and go with whatever the man I’m with decides?” My Answer: Yes. Isn’t that amazing? I just said yes to what seems like a distinctly anti-feminist suggestion. And we all know I’m a staunch feminist. That’s because […] Related posts: When Fear Is Stopping You – And You Don’t Even Know it… An Interview With Rori – Speaking From The Heart
  • 8 Steps To Turn Your Feminine Energy Into ACTION!

    Rori Raye
    13 Apr 2015 | 6:16 am
    Hi, This is Rori, and right now – you’re going to be Channeling energy, power, and FUN: 1. Write down all the things in the world that matter to you – that have NOTHING to do with a man. It can be World Peace, it can be growing your business, it can be moving, it […] Related posts: What Part Of “Housework” Is “Feminine”? Gluten,Thyroid And Energy – My Story Emma Watson And Feminism At The United Nations
  • 3 Options If You’re With A Man Who Doesn’t Love Love You

    Rori Raye
    9 Apr 2015 | 8:53 pm
    The Question: “Rori, I have been dating Don for seven months. He makes me feel like the focus of his life. In fact he says he thinks of little else but me all day long. He takes me out often, pays for dates, and we have a lot of passionate cuddles. We haven’t had sex, […] Related posts: Can I Love Someone Who Doesn’t Care For Me? Put Your Love Life Back Together – Love Forever Teleclass On Wednesday, February 11th – In Time For Valentine’s Day! Repairing Your Trust In Love
  • A Devastating Breakup Out Of Nowhere…

    Rori Raye
    2 Apr 2015 | 8:54 pm
    The Question: Marlene said, “I just broke up from a four year relationship. He became angry one morning and said the relationship was not working for him. No fights. No arguments. I moved out. He will not see me or talk to me. Says I hurt him. He still loves me, but is moving on. […] No related posts.
  • A Dream Job With Dream Men

    Rori Raye
    30 Mar 2015 | 6:46 am
    This is exactly what we’re working on in my Have It All Teleclass Membership – How Being A Girl can work for you in business. This great story is from Sarah: Dear Rori, I’m using all your tools for my personal relationships challenges. Currently slowly removing attachment from my ex-fiance and fighting neediness surrounding being […] Related posts: Your Dream Can Happen No Matter How Bad You Feel Now- Success Story! The Theme Park Of YOU – EngineeringLand Siren Salon In NYC on Monday, May 12th!
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  • When Your Personal, Private Choices Enrage Others

    Bella DePaulo Ph.D.
    18 Apr 2015 | 1:34 am
    Why do perfect strangers react to some of our most personal choices with anger and attempts to stigmatize us for them? "Otherhood" author Melanie Notkin, historian Elaine Tyler May, environmentalist Bill McKibben, "Childless by Choice" project director Laura S. Scott, and I share our thoughts about the matter.
  • The Best of Times or the Worst of Times for Marriage?

    Bella DePaulo Ph.D.
    10 Apr 2015 | 12:48 am
    Fewer people are marrying than ever before, as claims about the power of marriage—for adults, for children, and for society—intensify. How accurate are those claims? What are the implications of offering more incentives to people to get married and more benefits and protections once they do?
  • What We All Get So Wrong About Narcissists

    Bella DePaulo Ph.D.
    5 Apr 2015 | 3:42 pm
    To determine whether narcissists really do use more "I-talk" (I, me, my, mine) than everyone else, 9 psychologists from 7 universities analyzed data from more than 4,000 people in 15 samples. They looked at face-to-face introductions and personal essays and Facebook pages and classrooms and small groups. They explain why they did not find what you thought they would.
  • A Happy Life or a Meaningful One? They Are Not the Same

    Bella DePaulo Ph.D.
    2 Apr 2015 | 3:41 am
    Although experiencing happiness and meaningfulness in your life often go together, they are not exactly the same. Research shows what kinds of experiences are markers of a life that is happy but not meaningful, and the (sometimes surprising) experiences that comprise a life that is meaningful, but not happy.
  • 10 Awkward Moments, and 6 Ways to Escape Them

    Bella DePaulo Ph.D.
    25 Mar 2015 | 6:38 pm
    We all have socially awkward experiences, but what makes a social interaction so uncomfortable? Research has pointed to 10 kinds of experiences that are especially likely to make people feel awkward, and 6 things people can do to escape from the awkwardness (without just walking away) and feel comfortable again.
 
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  • Conduct Real Business from Your Mobile Device

    20 Apr 2015 | 10:49 am
    Working from an office is sometimes a luxury when you're running a small business. Thankfully, your mobile device can help you do real work while on the go. Web-based platforms combined with mobile apps bring the office to the palm of your hand.Manage FinancesCreate estimates, track expenses, issue invoices and more with Freshbooks and Zoho Invoice. You can even generate estimates and track business transactions online or from your mobile device. Other features allow you to easily convert estimates to invoices and send via email. Time tracking tools for both services let you to convert time…
  • Which Social Media Marketing Tools Are Right For You?

    20 Apr 2015 | 10:40 am
    From media titans to everyday bloggers, social media has become the de facto distribution platform for anyone serious about publishing content.According to a report from research site Shareaholic, the top eight social networks drove 31.24% of overall traffic to sites in December 2014, up from 22.71% the same time last year:You'll have to address most or even all of these networks if you aim to generate the widest possible audience for your work. To do that, you'll need to find social media marketing tools that let you monitor and publish to multiple networks from one place.How can…
  • 5 Reasons Your Business Needs a Loan

    20 Apr 2015 | 10:24 am
    You’ve probably heard the old adage that you have to spend money to make money, and it’s true. If you want your business to grow, you have to be able to invest in the expenses of growth, like equipment, advertising, and property.The problem is that managing all those costs in addition to the expense of running your business can be tricky, and paying upfront for your business needs is often impossible until your business sees more growth. It’s a circular problem. You can’t grow unless you invest, but how can you invest in your business while keeping money in your…
  • 6 Tips to Get Excited About Your Business Again

    20 Apr 2015 | 10:19 am
    Did you have a lemonade stand when you were a kid? Remember how you felt as you were setting it up? Excited? A little scared, perhaps? I bet you couldn't wait for that very first sale.Unfortunately, our outlook changes as we get older. After being in business for a while, things can get a little stale. If you want to regain that magic you felt as a young entrepreneur, we have a few tips to get you started.1. Hit the books. Maybe you'd like to brush up on your sales skills? Discover what motivates your clients by reading Brian Tracy's bestselling work 'The Psychology of Selling.' Or…
  • 5 Ways to Burst Out of Obscurity

    20 Apr 2015 | 10:11 am
    If you just started your new business and are trying to get some attention, you are certainly not alone. Statistics show 500,000 people started a new business every single month in 2013. So, how do you break away from the pack?It’s about getting recognized, gaining attention and basically making sure people know why they should be spending their time (and money) on your site or in your store.  Here are 5 ways I was able to combat obscurity and get my name known internationally:1. Write for Other PublicationsStart by writing your own blog and use it to connect directly to your…
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  • How to get your an ex back

    21 Apr 2015 | 5:31 am
    New Answer - Advice on How to get your Ex back Am Sharon from United Kingdom , I've been given Dr Love Solution details drlovespellcastersolution@gmail.com drlovesolution@yahoo.com tel:+2348038096203 by a Good friend who DR LOVE as helped before to bring her Ex Husband back between 48 hours,She said Dr Love would help me get back with my ex Boyfriend after We split up 4 Months ago,and He has already moved on with another woman so i went through prayers and send him allot of text messages to Apologize for my mistake because I love him very much but my EX refuse to accept my apology then i…
  • My Ex-boyfriend is now mine via Dr. Wakina Love Temple

    21 Apr 2015 | 2:25 am
    New Answer - My respect to Dr. Wakina Love Temple who accepted and took me like daughter when I was stranded, His Love Temple gave me hope and much reason to believe in LOVE. He showed and proved to me that there is nothing bad getting back my Ex-boyfriend. I took it as a challenge to win back his heart (though he caused the breakup, but I still love him). Dr. Wakina read my heart and connected to Ex-boyfriend and found out that he still LOVES me but he is so distracted by other women before starting the work on us. I started sleeping and having good dreams immediately Dr. started the spell,…
  • GREAT SPELL CASTER THAT HELP ME TO BRING MY EX LOVER BACK TO ME AGAIN

    20 Apr 2015 | 5:20 pm
    New Opinion - I never know that spell caster is real, I thought they are fake until I met with professor adam ajayi. my name is Jessica i want to testify about a great spell caster that help me cast a spell that bring my ex boyfriend back to me without any delay. I broke up with my ex with just little misunderstanding hoping we will get back shortly,but things was growing worse until i contacted Professor adam who help me with his historical powers to bring him back, without charging me any money for his work, i have never believed in a spell caster until i come across Professor adam it will…
  • spell caster that restore my marriage

    20 Apr 2015 | 2:03 am
    New Opinion - Hi everyone, I do hope my post gets read and hopefully helps somebody along the line.i will never forget the help priest OKIKA temple render to me in my marital life. i have been married for 4 years now and my wife and i love each other very dearly . after 3 years of our marriage my wife suddenly change she was having an affair with a guy outside,i notice it then i was praying for divine intervention the thing became more serious i told my pastor about it we prayed but nothing happen. my wife just came home one day she pick up her things and left me and the kids, at this time i…
  • Join me to thank Doctor Ebakor for his good works

    19 Apr 2015 | 1:24 am
    New Opinion - I am Marina Panes From United State of America. Am writing this article to thank Doctor Ebakor the powerful spell caster that just helped me recently to bring back my HUSBAND that left me for another woman for no reason. After seeing a post on the internet by Angela Schmickl saying how she was helped by Doctor Ebakor, i also decided to contact him for help and am also happy that he helped me also and today i can proudly say that my HUSBAND is now with me again and he is now in love with me like never before. Viewers reading this who wants help and want to contact Doctor Ebakor…
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    BlackandMarriedWithKids.com

  • No One Told Me I Had to Get My Wife a Mother’s Day Present…

    Troy Spry
    21 Apr 2015 | 3:00 am
    Why I’m NOT Getting My Wife a Mother’s Day Gift… Me: Do I have to get you something for Mother’s Day? Her: Well I would probably expect a small token…at least a card or something. Me: Ummm….oh ok. Okay so before you wonder why that conversation was so awkward, it’s because my wife and I Keep Reading →
  • A Mother’s Day Gift Guide: 10 Great Gifts Beyond Flowers and Brunch

    Martine Foreman
    21 Apr 2015 | 3:00 am
    Every year, we all think about what we should get to express our love and appreciation to the mothers in our lives. Maybe you are in search of a gift for your own mom, or maybe you are looking for something your wife will love. Whatever the case, I know that getting the perfect gift, Keep Reading →
  • Should I Marry a Holy Man Who has “UNSANCTIFIED” Ways?

    Dr. Dwayne Buckingham
    21 Apr 2015 | 3:00 am
    Dear Dr. Buckingham, I have read several of your articles and decided to ask a question that has been bothering me for sometime now. I am single Christian woman who spends the majority of my time in church or hanging out with church people. I am new to the church thing. I did not grow Keep Reading →
  • 3 Very Effective Parenting Tips that Will Work on a Child of Any Age, Race or Economic Setting

    BMWK Staff
    21 Apr 2015 | 3:00 am
    By Ticily Medley, PhD Effective parenting can be a tough job! Parenting is a job that doesn’t require an application, prior training, or proof of skills to be filled. Most of us parents would probably benefit from taking a parenting class, but how many of us actually have such an opportunity? Instead, many people are thrown Keep Reading →
  • After City Elects First Black Female Mayor, Majority of Police Force Resigns

    BMWK Staff
    21 Apr 2015 | 2:59 am
    Parma, Missouri, has a new mayor elect, and she will be the first African-American female mayor in the city. But not everyone is happy about the Tyrus Byrd’s historic victory,  according to the current mayor, Randall Ramsey. Ramsey says five out of the small town’s six police officers turned in their resignations following the election. Ramsey, who has Keep Reading →
 
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    Lovepanky | Your Guide to Better Love and Relationships

  • First Time Sex: 7 Myths Girls Should Quit Believing

    Charley Reid
    19 Apr 2015 | 10:30 am
    There are tons of myths and urban legends surrounding the dreaded first sexual encounter. We’re here to bust those myths and keep you informed! By Charley Reid Having sex for the first time can feel like the scariest and most exciting moment in your life. What makes it stressful is everything leading up to actually having it. Surprisingly enough, there are a ton of ridiculous myths that just might spook you into anxiety, or worse, eternal abstinence. When you have sex for the first time, it will not be like you see it in the movies. I can promise you that. And if you have watched American…
  • Why Do All the Nice Guys Suck at Online Dating?

    Danielle Anne Suleik
    18 Apr 2015 | 11:56 am
    There are so many eligible guys out there with stunning track records, but why do they always end up with the short end of the online dating stick? By Danielle Anne Suleik I admit that I am also guilty of foregoing the nice guy in a crisp, clean shirt for the ruggedly handsome deadbeat with no medical insurance. Why? Because I had problems. The surprising thing, however, is that majority of the female population apparently have the same problems. Why do so many women complain about not finding a good guy, when they purposely reject every mediocre-looking Prince Charming that comes their way?
  • Finding Second Love: A Lesson on Hope

    Danielle Anne Suleik
    17 Apr 2015 | 10:57 am
    The first time you experience heartbreak may make you feel hopeless about finding it again. Your second love, however, teaches you to have hope. By Danielle Anne Suleik The average person falls in love four times in their lifetime. Many will attest that the most important instances are the first and last. What people fail to realize is that the second time is just as important, because this is when the pain and loss you felt the first time starts to make sense. Your first love Learning is an important part of growth, especially when it comes to relationships. Your first love is your first…
  • 11 Super Smooth Ways to Flirt with Someone Online

    Geninna Ariton
    16 Apr 2015 | 10:24 am
    If face to face flirtation isn’t your forte, you can trust technology to have your back! Here are some ways to get your crush’s attention online. By Geninna Ariton You want to be subtle with the way you show your feelings, but at the same time, you also want to start dropping hints at how much you adore your crush. You already have them as your contact in social media, but you’re not quite sure how to approach them online without pushing them to block you for good. The good news is that social media gives you some semblance of privacy. Thus, if your crush doesn’t reciprocate your…
  • 13 Signs Your Long Distance Flirtationship Won’t Work

    Bennett OBrien
    15 Apr 2015 | 10:49 am
    You used to message and FaceTime each other every day. Now, you hardly ever chat. Is your long distance flirtationship about to crash and burn? By Bennett O’Brien Because of advances in technology like social media and video calls, it’s very easy to meet people who live far away these days. It’s also easy to keep in touch with people who have moved to far off places, almost to the point where you hardly feel the distance at all. While this can vastly improve the quality of long distance relationships, it can also create some interesting situations. One of these situations is the…
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    Lisa M Hayes

  • The Six Rules of Conflict Kung Fu + The Story of How I Got Married in a Funeral Chapel on Friday the 13th

    lisa
    25 Mar 2015 | 12:33 pm
    When I was all of 18 years old, I decided to get married.  For some very obvious, and probably accurate reasons, no one in my life was particularly thrilled with that choice. Everyone could see what I couldn’t.  It was doomed, doomed, doomed to fail.  We were way too young.  We had no money and no plan.  We were banking on the “love is enough” theory.  For the record, love is not enough. A lot of people tried very hard to point out to us how ridiculous it was.  Special dinners were scheduled where good hearted friends tried to talk sense into us.  Family meetings were held.
  • The First Rule of Relationships

    lisa
    17 Mar 2015 | 10:18 pm
    By:  Lisa Hayes A few weeks ago my kiddo was staying with my sister.  Every time we pick him up when he spends the weekend away I always hold my breath a little when I get the “behavior report” for the weekend.  You just never know how that’s going to go.  Kids will do the darndest things when they are staying with Aunties who spoil them rotten. This particular weekend the behavior report was quite disturbing because my dear, sweet, innocent child had punched a kid in the nose.  He’d been playing with a group of older kids he didn’t know, when one of them started making fun of…
  • Why You Should Be a Spiritual Hedonist

    lisa
    20 Feb 2015 | 12:22 pm
    By:  Lisa Hayes There is an age old question I tend to ask myself frequently. “Is it my business, someone else’s business, or God’s business?” Although I don’t believe in God in the traditional way, it still works for me.  It reminds me to stay in my own business.  When I ask myself that question, it’s usually a semi-shocking waking up call that not very many things are actually my business.  That majority of what I tend to habitually spin out on should be left to someone else or turned over to the Universe to manage more skillfully than I could.  Those big ticket items and…
  • Top Five Tips for How to Make Your Man Feel Loved on Valentine’s Day

    lisa
    12 Feb 2015 | 11:24 am
    By:  Lisa Hayes I talked to a man last week who was getting ready to go on a year long backpacking adventure. He fully admitted he was trying to run away. The ink on his divorce papers was barely dry when he called a travel agent to book tickets to Costa Rica. He was profoundly sad and incredibly unprepared to go on a year long backpacking trip, but was going to go anyway. When I asked him what he was taking, he rattled off a list of necessities that would fit in a pack, and a few things that wouldn’t. Then his voice cracked when he admitted he’d also packed a small stack of love letters…
  • The Tale of Two Valentine’s Days

    lisa
    10 Feb 2015 | 9:10 pm
      By:  Lisa Hayes When I was 28 I’d been in a relationship with a great guy for more than a year.  This was a guy I’d been friends with for years before we started dating and to be honest, that defined our relationship and not in a good way.  We were friends who unitentionally moved out of the friend zone and probably never should have.  He lived an hour away.  We usually saw each other on weekends.  That particular year Valentine’s Day was on a Wednesday. Mid-week Valentine’s Day was a massive problem for me.  Doing something for Vday would require some intentional set…
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    aloftyexistence

  • Hypocrisy, Sexism, Racism…Kanye, Did I Miss Anything?

    Alee
    12 Apr 2015 | 1:48 pm
    Amber Rose, Kanye West If you keep up with celebrity news, to any extent, by now you’ve heard of the back and forth interview-Twitter wars between socialite Amber Rose, her former boyfriend and my former favorite rapper Kanye West, and the Kardashian family. Tensions have always run high between Amber Rose and the Kardashians as Amber’s relationship with Kanye West ended in part due to Kanye’s involvement with the eldest sibling, Kim Kardashian. Most recently the situation came to a boiling point when, in a mid-February interview with NY radio station Power 105.1’s…
  • Dog Frustration

    Alee
    6 Mar 2015 | 3:34 pm
    Cute, but frustrating   Since I last updated over a year ago, several things have changed. One major change is that I now have a dog, technically a 9 month old puppy. She is a Golden Retriever and one of the most lovable dogs in the world. Except to me. I think I hate my puppy. I know, I know: how can you hate a harmless, cute little puppy who loves you unconditionally? Let me explain. My puppy and I, let’s call her Mandy, have a tense relationship, which started from the day I got her in late July of 2014. She was the most adorable thing in the world and I was so excited to have…
  • A Lofty Existence Returns

    Alee
    23 Feb 2015 | 7:18 am
    You knew I couldn’t stay away: beginning next week, A Lofty Existence will be regularly updated at least twice a month. I can’t believe over a year has passed. So much has changed, both personally and in the intricate web that is the Internet. I’ve always meant to get back to blogging, but never had the time. However, a few things have pushed me out into the blogosphere, again. Events that have compelled me to add my voice into the sea of many, events that I will address in future posts. So, if anyone is still out there, I’m back! But even if no one…
  • A Lofty Existence Closing…For Now

    Alee
    12 Jan 2014 | 8:00 am
    I have come to a decision: as much as I would like to, I will no longer be adding new posts to this blog on a regular basis. In other words, A Lofty Existence is closed. However, not completely. I will likely be adding new posts on an infrequent basis, so if you are a new reader or an old one and really enjoy the blog, you may want to keep your subscription or subscribe if you have not. The blog will stay up, complete with all posts and comments, and I will be approving new comments. After three years of blogging on a regular basis, this was not an easy decision. I learned a lot in that time,…
  • Nope, Not Buying It Lululemon

    Alee
    4 Dec 2013 | 8:45 am
    Okay, okay, Lululemon — you win! I will never even think of buying one piece of your overpriced clothing. Athletic apparel brand Lululemon has, once again, turned off their consumer base by making insensitive, belittling comments about women’s bodies. Not too long ago the brand was forced to recall some of its yoga pants after customers complained that the pants became see-through when worn. In response, Lululemon founder Chip Wilson blamed women for the recall, claiming that “Quite frankly, some women’s bodies just actually don’t work” with the pants; it’s because…
 
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    Behavior and Relationship

  • How you can Shrink Stomach Buncit Naturally Without Unwanted Effects

    behaviorrelationship
    18 Apr 2015 | 3:40 pm
    How you can Shrink Stomach Buncit – Getting a set stomach and excellent may be the need for a dream for owner potbelly. Additionally to reducing confidence to look at, distended abdomen also invites a number of illnesses, from mild to severe illness. Regrettably you will find many people underestimate this due to deficiencies in understanding of a healthier lifestyle will or due to busy work activities to ensure that frequently it’s forgotten. How you can Shrink Stomach Buncit Naturally Without Unwanted Effects Indeed, before I have written articles about some of jual rokok…
  • Weight Loss their Function in Weight Loss as well as Vitamin Supplements Elements

    behaviorrelationship
    17 Apr 2015 | 4:39 am
    Weight Loss their Function in Weight Loss as well as Vitamin Supplements Elements Whenever obtaining things, specially those that we take in to your physiques, it’s constantly advisable to test the tag or even the health items of the product. In the “ingredients” phase present in pots, the primary portion described is supposedly the merchandise’s many vital part or the absolute most principal. In vitamin supplements, we view such substances as l canitine , ginko, and fiber which are the ingredients that trigger weight-loss. Various reports about the efficiency of these…
  • Kitchen furniture: modern, easy and current Ideas

    behaviorrelationship
    16 Apr 2015 | 9:29 pm
    The kitchen furniture we have at home, often tend to be in good condition but since we do not like its outdated design or just have tired of seeing us equally. In this post I will give a few ideas to remodel the custom kitchen remodel making a few changes … If you’re a handyman can do it yourself. The first step to start changing your kitchen is to know what you do not like. In general there are 4 things we tend to tire: The color of the furniture, the floor, walls and countertop. If you are tired floor and walls have to resort to a professional company like Emal, if you can hold…
  • 5 ways to prepare a teenager for the future

    behaviorrelationship
    16 Apr 2015 | 9:29 pm
    As mothers we always worry about the future of our children before they are born, even while pregnant, we are filled with questions about how to be every stage of their lives. Since we have them in our arms, and especially in his adolescence, we strive to be successful, we plot the future and try to prepare as best as to their independence. That is why today we present 5 ways to prepare a teenager for the future. No. 1 Esteem Helps your child to form a solid self-esteem to help you have confidence and meet the challenges they will face throughout their lives. Support him and guide him in…
  • Effects Of Sulfur Acne Treatment During Pregnancy

    behaviorrelationship
    15 Apr 2015 | 9:55 pm
    Change belongs to every pregnancy. Understanding what physical changes to anticipate throughout your pregnancy is essential. Even though its not all pregnant lady are experiencing exactly the same changes, learning what’s normal and never can help hubungan intim supaya hamil determine the overall condition from the pregnancy. Skin Changes throughout Pregnancy As pointed out above, its not all lady are experiencing exactly the same things which is applicable towards the skin changes that occur throughout pregnancy. If you notice that you will find women that are pregnant whose skin seems…
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    Passive Aggressive Husband

  • Why is she so upset with me?

    Neil Warner
    14 Apr 2015 | 12:32 pm
    Having her so upset with you is the wrong strategy! According to psychology research, we all use defense mechanisms…they are those mental tricks that are so handy to protect us from unwanted events…so we can deny, forget them, turn them upside up, project them to others, etc, We can have relief from negative self-images…and continue believing that we are (almost) perfect. It’s very common that we “don’t understand” other people’s reactions to us…Isn’t that funny? we can be legitimately amazed at some reactions, never thinking of…
  • 7 Keys to grow your self-esteem

    Nora Femenia
    10 Apr 2015 | 8:38 pm
    How to grow your self-esteem  Life demands a complicated balance…we are asked to care for the relationship, be ready to listen and understand our partner, and at the same time, coming almost last, is our selfgrowth. Why is this so? posponing ourselves is doing nothing but forcing us to try to do things for others from an “empty tank” situation. Having the illusion of maturity is not the same as knowing who you are, and what your needs are. If you don’t know what your emotional and intellectual needs are, you will end up always shortchanged. It’s the worst…
  • 5 TOOLS FOR A HAPPY MARRIAGE

    Nora Femenia
    1 Apr 2015 | 2:19 pm
    How to have a happy marriage? Sometimes, I get asked the formula for happiness. Marital happiness, I mean, not any other…and after so many posts mapping loneliness, mistrust and emotional abandonment, I feel that I can say something about the pillars of a decent, satisfactory married life. Please, consider this my own private wish list… I have said too many times that marriage is a contract to help each other manage and heal the basic needs left unsatisfied by our “before life.” In  other words, tell me your childhood hurts and I will describe to you what are your…
  • Can you have intimacy with respect?

    admin
    7 Mar 2015 | 7:44 am
     Having intimacy with respect means that you can trust the other person not to hurt you We are all people in development, with our own issues that can sometimes hurt others…not out of malice, but ignorance and lack of skills at containing each other. Relationships are the schools that teach us how to be with each other in a loving and nurturing way…Having intimacy with respect means that you can trust the other person not to hurt you. What to do, then, when people hurt your feelings by projecting on you their own issues? or what to do, when you want to get near, but doing so you…
  • Warrior strategies to survive a passive aggressive marriage

    Nora Femenia
    4 Mar 2015 | 2:31 pm
    To survive a passive aggressive marriage and keep your self-esteem high, you need a change of mindset FAIR WARNING: If you are a loving, tender and dedicated wife, who wants to have a loving marriage, why are you here? You’d better find another website, more appropriate by telling you how to be enhance marital happiness. To survive a passive aggressive marriage and keep your self-esteem high, you need a change of mindset Here we have a very, very different game. One that you would not believe at all, if we talk with your younger self…You’d be horrified of this…
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    Kevin Says Things

  • Creating Your Own Accountability: How to Level Up as a Digital Marketer

    Kevin
    15 Apr 2015 | 4:55 pm
    When I was 18 years old, I landed a part time job as a sports writer for a small newspaper in Helena, Montana. I immediately started referring to myself as a writer. Mainly, I was convinced that calling myself a writer would impress girls, but I also took a lot of pride in it. This was before social marketing and digital publishing had “become things” so being an 18 year old newspaper journalist was still cool. I was working with established professionals…you know, grownups. Because of those professionals I worked with, I had the benefit of knowing exactly how out of my depth I…
  • My Ambitionz As a Writah (My Rap-Based Content Philosophy)

    Kevin
    11 Sep 2014 | 11:42 am
    I grew up in the 90s, and like any white suburban kid on the West Coast, Tupac was my idol. 20 years later, not much has changed. I may not want Thug Life tatted on my chest anymore, but in some regards, Pac is still my idol. Tupac was a symbol for something we tend to forget about: versatility. He didn’t want to be pegged as just one thing. He wanted to be a businessman, a conscious rapper, a gangster, a poet, an actor, an artist, a politician…I admire that. How Tupac Influenced My Writing Process I love writing. The creative process is one of my favorite things. But like Tupac, I…
  • What Value Are You Adding, Right Now?

    Kevin
    27 Aug 2014 | 10:32 am
    This weekend was my one-year anniversary, so my wife and I went to Victoria, British Columbia to celebrate her not kicking me to the curb yet. Victoria is a beautiful harbor town with a lot of history and tons to do, so naturally, it’s swarming with tourists from all over the world (including ourselves). As we drank tea and looked at a bunch of flowers (because my suggestion of “finding a bar to watch the Seahawks preseason game” wasn’t “romantic” enough), I started paying attention to the other tourists. Over 90% of the people wandering through the Butchart Gardens…
  • Zen and the Art of a Dead-End Job

    Kevin
    20 Aug 2014 | 7:44 am
    This morning, I had coffee with a friend who’s terrified about her career choices. She’s nervous that she’s wasting her time in an industry with no future…and maybe she is, but that doesn’t have to be a bad thing. I have a unique perspective on this. I’m like the grim reaper of industries. If there’s an industry that’s been disrupted and crippled by technology, chances are I did time there. Newspaper industry? I watched it crumble around me. Taxi company? Rocked that before Uber and Lyft got to it. Car dealership? Yeah that happened. It was a…
  • The Importance of Ego in Art and Business

    Kevin
    18 Aug 2014 | 8:03 pm
    You should know that my ego is huge. Really huge. Bigger than yours. It’s probably the biggest (and most handsome) ego out there. And that’s great, because I’m a writer. But it’s also terrible, because I’m a writer. Ego is something we’re taught to suppress. We’re trained from a young age that humility is a virtue to strive for, and ego will get us in trouble. Ego is the root of bad decisions, right? It blinds us to the truth by keeping our focus on our attributes and successes. The problem I have with this philosophy is that ego is inherently tied to self-confidence, and by…
 
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    The Gaggle

  • Would You Live With Roommates If You Were Married?

    Heather Sundell
    20 Apr 2015 | 9:57 am
    Michelle Higa Fox and Stuart Higa Fox, center, in their home in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn. They are flanked by their roommate Ege Soyuer, left, with Merlin, Mrs. Fox’s corgi, and their former roommate Theodore Przybyla, who now lives in the apartment upstairs. Credit: Karsten Moran for The New York Times My answer: Only if I really had to! I came across this article from the New York Times real estate section, profiling several married couples living in New York…with roommates. Anywhere else in the country and you’d find it a little strange. The first few years of marriages…
  • Once a Cheater…Always a Cheater?

    Mike Falzone
    17 Apr 2015 | 7:00 am
    Some people grow up and change their ways. And some people just don’t. The post Once a Cheater…Always a Cheater? appeared first on The Gaggle.
  • Best Lady Tweets

    Almie Rose
    16 Apr 2015 | 9:30 am
    Boy, did I have a crazy week. In a rush to watch Mad Men before it started, I ran from the kitchen, slipped, fell, and sprained my wrist and broke my toe. So I am in definite need of some cheering up, and that’s what this week’s edition of Best Lady Tweets is all about! I found some funny tweets from some funny women. Laugh along with me! 10. I wish Hillary Clinton would just make her campaign slogan “It’s about fucking time.” — Twitnter Is Coming (@OhNoSheTwitnt) April 12, 2015   9. If you saw the jean imprints on my stomach you’d be like,…
  • ME AND THE EMPIRE STATE BUILDING AND ROMANCE

    Heather Sundell
    15 Apr 2015 | 7:05 pm
      I’ll never forget the day I discovered that the last scene in Sleepless in Seattle was filmed on a sound stage. Remember that scene? It’s iconic. After months of admiring from afar, Meg Ryan is finally united with Tom Hanks– the widow with a heart of gold– and his precocious son at the top of the Empire State Building on Valentine’s Day. Watching that scene is basically the best thing that can happen to your insides. I’ll never forget that day because it’s the same day I visited the Empire State Building.  My boyfriend and I entered the lobby, debated the $32 fee to see…
  • The Accidental Girlfriend

    Tracy Lynn
    15 Apr 2015 | 7:30 am
    You know how sometimes you find yourself in an accidental six-month relationship that you didn’t even know you started? No? That’s not a thing that happens, you say? It actually does happen, because I once accidentally dated a guy for several months before anybody bothered to tell me about it. (Disclaimer: I am unable to read subtle signals. Whatever portion of the brain it is that inputs and processes romantic messages and then outputs flirting is on the fritz in my mind.) I had this friend with whom I spent a great deal of time. We were comrades for a few months before he…
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    Marriage Confessions | Marriage Confessions

  • You Catch It, You Keep It

    Katie
    15 Apr 2015 | 4:46 pm
    Tonight after dinner, I went out to the pool to swim some laps.  About ten minutes into my swim, I ran into a friend. We get frogs around our pool a lot. It’s a Florida thing. But this sucker was big, even by Florida standards. I freaked the freak out and squealed so loud that the kids and Chris heard me from inside. Naturally, when they got out there, Bean immediately wanted to catch the frog. “Wait!” he shouted. “Let me get my trapper!” And he ran inside to get his bug catcher. Meanwhile, Gracie and I stood there on the side of the pool, just staring at this…
  • 80%

    Katie
    14 Apr 2015 | 3:04 pm
    This boy and me? We’re doing good. I like him.  He likes me.  We make out a lot.  Life is pretty good. After almost sixteen years that Chris and I have been together (WHAT?!?!?!), I recently discovered something new about our relationship.  Don’t you love when that happens?  When you’ve known someone for so long and then, out of the blue, you learn something new about them? I’ve learned lately that the most important thing I can do for my husband is actually one of the easiest things I can do for him.  I can encourage him.  Encouragement is so incredibly…
  • FEVAH!

    Katie
    13 Apr 2015 | 5:10 pm
    Oh, man.  The fever has hit our house. There’s nothing I hate more than a fever in one of my kids.  They are so darn scary!  Neither Bean or Gracie run fevers very often, but when they do?  Wow!  Those suckers are HOT and HIGH! November, 2014 – Asthma flare There’s a little fever virus going around the daycare, so I’m sure Gracie has brought it home from there.  Thankfully, this time, both kids are sick at the same time, which is nice because it will mean that once it’s gone – it’s really gone.  When one gets sick and then the other gets sick,…
  • Happenings and Shenanigans

    Katie
    9 Apr 2015 | 3:53 pm
    This week has been one of those weeks where you turn around and say, “Where have the days gone?!”  I can’t believe it’s almost Friday already!  What have I done?  Where have I been? What year is it?  In case you missed any of it, here’s what has been happening in my world: 1.  The kids started swimming lessons again.  Bean did great, as we expected.  That kid is a natural swimmer.  He’s like a fish.  I check behind his ears every night for gills.  Gracie did really great, too!  That one was a little bit UNexpected.  She’s not a fan of…
  • Field Day

    Katie
    8 Apr 2015 | 5:37 pm
    Last week, Bean had field day at his school. I remember field day vividly from my own childhood. At my elementary school, each classroom was assigned a country. For some reason, I remember being India one year very clearly. In the weeks leading up to field day, your class learned all about your country. I can still spot the Indian flag from a mile away, thanks to Mrs. Sylvester. We also had Indian food for lunch one day, and then learned all about the country throughout the rest of the weeks. Then, on field day, we had the Olympics. And every classroom represented their country at the Olympic…
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    Engaged Marriage

  • When Your Home Runs You…and How to Stop Feeling Overwhelmed!

    Dustin
    21 Apr 2015 | 6:30 am
    Do you ever look around your house and wonder how things got so out of hand? Bethany and I have struggled with “homemaking” since the earliest days of our marriage. Early on, it was all about trying to figure out who was doing what and splitting up chores.  But then… …kids came along and the household duties grew exponentially with each new child. And after 14 years of marriage, the challenges never go away since our family’s needs continue to evolve. The Dream…and The Reality I definitely get overwhelmed with it all sometimes, but I think it’s…
  • The Sexiest Thing You Can Do For Your Wife…

    Julie Sibert
    20 Apr 2015 | 4:00 am
    It may look like this post is just for the guys. But I encourage you wives to read it as well. Not long ago on my site, I did a post titled The Sexiest Thing You Can Do for Your Husband. The attention that post received got me thinking that doing sexy things is an equal opportunity proposition. So guys, let me start with the disclaimer that obviously I don’t know your wife and what she specifically finds sexy. (Hint. Hint. That’s your cue to read this post as a springboard into studying the woman you do life with and figuring out what turns her on.) As for you wives reading this,…
  • Time For A Romantic Tuning?

    Debi Walter
    13 Apr 2015 | 4:00 am
    I’ve inherited my parent’s player piano, something for which I’m grateful because of the memories it holds for me. But when I play it something is wrong, very wrong. The notes seem off a bit, and they are. After moving this heavy piece from my Mom’s home to ours it lost it’s tune. I can put in a roll of one of Dad’s favorite songs and it sounds as if it’s dragging, even the upbeat tunes sound tired and worn out. The good news is this old piano hasn’t lost it’s music, it just needs a tune-up. Once the keys have been set to their proper…
  • 5 Awesome (and Worthless) Ways to Improve Communication in Your Marriage

    Dustin
    7 Apr 2015 | 9:30 am
    So, what’s the #1 thing most couples say is the key to a happy marriage? Communication. Duh. And of course it’s become the cliche, go-to response from grandparents when the video camera comes around at every wedding reception for good reason.  It’s true! Good communication skills impact every single aspect of your relationship – from how you handle money to how you raise your kids to how you make your kids – there’s just no way around it. So, I think we can all agree that communication is vital to a healthy and happy marriage. Want to Communicate With Your…
  • Make Better Purchasing Decisions with the Power of 10-10-10

    Kim Hall
    6 Apr 2015 | 4:00 am
    Every so often you hear or read about an idea so simple and useful that you automatically add it to your life “toolbox”: Using the 3 Door Rule for more peace of mind in a situation Implementing the Five Why’s to get to the bottom of an issue Remembering there’s a pony in there somewhere when the going gets difficult. Last fall I read the book 10-10-10: 10 Minutes, 10 Months, 10 Years, A Life-Transforming Idea, by Suzy Welch, and my entire family picked up another powerful tool that changed the way we make decisions in all areas of our lives. The concept is to…
 
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    The Generous Husband

  • Your Own Personal Best

    The Generous Husband
    21 Apr 2015 | 12:01 am
    “There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self.” ~ Ernest Hemingway What a great quote! It perfectly sums up what I was saying in my recent series on the lie of average, but goes even further.  Most people judge themselves based on those around them. “I’m better than John and Fred, I’m not as good as Don or Tom.”  There are all manner of problems with this, not the least of which is we have no idea what other men are really like. Sure you can tell how strong others are, or how smart they…
  • She’s Not Thinking What You Think She’s Thinking

    The Generous Husband
    20 Apr 2015 | 12:01 am
    Recently I had several e-mails from women whose concerns boiled down to, “My husband is doing or saying XYZ and I am upset he thinks ABC.” Each wife assigned meaning and motive to their husband’s actions, and was more upset by what they imagined he was thinking than what he actually said or did. Thing is, I doubted these women had properly guessed what their husbands were thinking. I could easily come up with several other logical male thought processes based on what the women reported. In none of these did the wife’s assumption seem the most likely to me, and in…
  • Feelings Are a Choice

    The Generous Husband
    19 Apr 2015 | 12:01 am
    We all know women are more emotional than men, right? And we are all wrong. In the last couple of years there have been several studies showing men have stronger emotional responses than women do! Men and women were wired up so their physiological reactions could be measured as they were shown images designed to evoke various emotions. Men showed slightly stronger reactions than women to images which were blissful, funny, or exciting. The big difference was in “heart-warming” images, which got twice the reaction from men. However, when asked about their feelings, men reported…
  • Sex Isn’t Plug & Play

    The Generous Husband
    18 Apr 2015 | 12:01 am
    I follow a number of blogs and news sources to keep up on all things marriage and sex. Among these, I get stories from various men’s health and fitness magazines in my news feed. The headlines on the frequent articles about sex all seem to have something to do with “sure fire”, “fast”, “easy”, or “guaranteed”. Learn this one trick, and your wife will experience such amazing sex she’ll beg you to do it every night. Find a secret spot in her vagina, and she’ll orgasm early and often. Learn a few special words and sex is yours for the asking no matter how things are…
  • Friday Flashback: My Stuff, Your Stuff, My Stuff, Your Stuff

    The Generous Husband
    17 Apr 2015 | 12:01 am
    I think marriage is like living in a mansion. We can settle for living in a couple of small rooms, or we can live large, filling the whole house. The first is a weak, small marriage with little depth of love, while the second is a marriage full of love and getting better every year. What I proposed in Be Way Off the Curve and Counting the Cost is moving into those empty, unused rooms of the mansion that is your marriage. But what if you find those rooms filled with junk? A friend of mine recently sent an e-letter in which he discusses how living generates trash – and just as our…
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    Engaged Marriage

  • When Your Home Runs You…and How to Stop Feeling Overwhelmed!

    Dustin
    21 Apr 2015 | 6:30 am
    Do you ever look around your house and wonder how things got so out of hand? Bethany and I have struggled with “homemaking” since the earliest days of our marriage. Early on, it was all about trying to figure out who was doing what and splitting up chores.  But then… …kids came along and the household duties grew exponentially with each new child. And after 14 years of marriage, the challenges never go away since our family’s needs continue to evolve. The Dream…and The Reality I definitely get overwhelmed with it all sometimes, but I think it’s…
  • The Sexiest Thing You Can Do For Your Wife…

    Julie Sibert
    20 Apr 2015 | 4:00 am
    It may look like this post is just for the guys. But I encourage you wives to read it as well. Not long ago on my site, I did a post titled The Sexiest Thing You Can Do for Your Husband. The attention that post received got me thinking that doing sexy things is an equal opportunity proposition. So guys, let me start with the disclaimer that obviously I don’t know your wife and what she specifically finds sexy. (Hint. Hint. That’s your cue to read this post as a springboard into studying the woman you do life with and figuring out what turns her on.) As for you wives reading this,…
  • Time For A Romantic Tuning?

    Debi Walter
    13 Apr 2015 | 4:00 am
    I’ve inherited my parent’s player piano, something for which I’m grateful because of the memories it holds for me. But when I play it something is wrong, very wrong. The notes seem off a bit, and they are. After moving this heavy piece from my Mom’s home to ours it lost it’s tune. I can put in a roll of one of Dad’s favorite songs and it sounds as if it’s dragging, even the upbeat tunes sound tired and worn out. The good news is this old piano hasn’t lost it’s music, it just needs a tune-up. Once the keys have been set to their proper…
  • 5 Awesome (and Worthless) Ways to Improve Communication in Your Marriage

    Dustin
    7 Apr 2015 | 9:30 am
    So, what’s the #1 thing most couples say is the key to a happy marriage? Communication. Duh. And of course it’s become the cliche, go-to response from grandparents when the video camera comes around at every wedding reception for good reason.  It’s true! Good communication skills impact every single aspect of your relationship – from how you handle money to how you raise your kids to how you make your kids – there’s just no way around it. So, I think we can all agree that communication is vital to a healthy and happy marriage. Want to Communicate With Your…
  • Make Better Purchasing Decisions with the Power of 10-10-10

    Kim Hall
    6 Apr 2015 | 4:00 am
    Every so often you hear or read about an idea so simple and useful that you automatically add it to your life “toolbox”: Using the 3 Door Rule for more peace of mind in a situation Implementing the Five Why’s to get to the bottom of an issue Remembering there’s a pony in there somewhere when the going gets difficult. Last fall I read the book 10-10-10: 10 Minutes, 10 Months, 10 Years, A Life-Transforming Idea, by Suzy Welch, and my entire family picked up another powerful tool that changed the way we make decisions in all areas of our lives. The concept is to…
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    Love Letters of Fred and Florence

  • 8/8/1924 Things are not what they may seem at the country

    Sheridan
    15 Apr 2015 | 7:28 am
    Friday nite My own Dearest Florence; I have just read that broken hearted letter of yours. Florence I could have given anything if I could have been there by your side when I read the letter. I am sure that I could have soothed your pains. My Dear I know just how you feel. I […]
  • 8/7/24 I was in perfectly good humor when I wrote it

    Sheridan
    10 Apr 2015 | 3:17 pm
    Houston Texas Thur nite 8/7/24 My dear little lonesome darling; This is Thursday nite, I have had my examination and I am staying home with you tonite. I may not be able to see you, but I can surely let you know that I am thinking of you very strongly and love you more than […]
  • 8/6/1924 and I know you love me truly

    Sheridan
    4 Jan 2012 | 1:05 pm
    8/6/1924 My very onliest, darlingest, sweetest, and most precious Cap’n Big Boy. Want me to tell you a secret? Huh – well, here is it! Sh_______? —> I love you! How’s the great big beautiful world this morning? Hot? I guess so. Tonite is the nite of your test. I’ll think of you, dear boy, […]
  • 8/6/1924 The Menger – 300 rooms, 200 baths

    Sheridan
    4 Jan 2012 | 8:25 am
    Sat Dear Old Timer. Just a word for Mon. I don’t know whether I can write tomorrow. I never know what Sun will bring. But I want you to know I am thinking of you, love you, etc, and as long as it only takes 2 cents to tell you so,  I’m not too proud […]
  • 8/5/1924 such a hot day that I almost melted

    Sheridan
    25 Nov 2011 | 9:35 am
    Houston, Texas Aug 5, 1924 My Dear little Queen, Oh, I beg your pardon. I didn’t mean to call you my Queen. You said you did not like that, so I will have to call you my princess, all right. Well little Princess how does the world treat you in San Antonio. I’ll bet you […]
 
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  • 137 – Finding Love After Divorce

    stu@stugray.com (Stu Gray - Marriage Educator, Relationship Coach, Blogger and Podcaster)
    17 Apr 2015 | 1:13 am
    Turning 40, Unmet Expectations and I want my husband to do things I like! Download | iTunes | Stitcher   On the Show Today: Busy-ness and finding balance in our house!   Segment 1 “Can I find Love after divorce?” More Reading on the Subject: The Biggest Divorce Don’t Make Jesus the Lord of Your life (a continual decision, not just a one time thing!) Life After Divorce – Now What? THE SHOW ISN’T COMPLETE WITHOUT YOU Send us Your Questions via Email Send us a Tweet With Your Question!   Love the show? Take a minute to comment and Rate us on…
  • 136 – Unmet Expectations

    stu@stugray.com (Stu Gray - Marriage Educator, Relationship Coach, Blogger and Podcaster)
    10 Apr 2015 | 12:06 am
    Turning 40, Unmet Expectations and I want my husband to do things I like! Download | iTunes | Stitcher   On the Show Today: Stu Turned 40 this week and he is growing up!! (Finally) 1 Corinthians 13:11 When I was a child, I talked like a child, I thought like a child, I reasoned like a child. When I became a man, I put the ways of childhood behind me.   Segment 1 “How do I get my husband interested in the things that I want to do?“ More Reading on the Subject: 4 Great Ways to Deal with Unmet Expectations in Marriage How Can I Let go of my Expectations? Should Your…
  • Stupendous Again: Words Have Power

    stu@stugray.com (Stu Gray - Marriage Educator, Relationship Coach, Blogger and Podcaster)
    3 Apr 2015 | 12:02 am
    On this Stupendous Again Show – Our words have power – and we have to realize that in our marriages!! Download | iTunes | Stitcher Prologue: I’m lucky I don’t have a broken nose. Lisa’s has a killer elbow. Segment 1: Our email this week talks about a wife whose husband constantly threatens and pressures her to do more and be more, but doesn’t do anything himself. You can send your emails to us here Segment 2: More thoughts about Our Email – we wanted to go a little further on our thoughts about how our Words have power!! Segment 3: Steven Crowder…
  • Stupendous Again: 18 Tips for a Better Marriage

    stu@stugray.com (Stu Gray - Marriage Educator, Relationship Coach, Blogger and Podcaster)
    27 Mar 2015 | 12:15 am
    On this Stupendous Again Show – we talk about 18 Tips for a Better Marriage! Download | iTunes | Stitcher   On the Show Today: 8 Reasons Marriage is Better Than the Gym 10 Ways to Score Big Points with your Wife Treat Your Spouse Like a Stranger Return to the Scene of the Crime THE SHOW ISN’T COMPLETE WITHOUT YOU Send us Your Questions via Email Send us a Tweet With Your Question!   Love the show? Take a minute to comment and Rate us on iTunes! THANKS! Subscribe:    Photo credit: splitshire The post Stupendous Again: 18 Tips for a Better Marriage appeared first…
  • 135 – I Can’t Turn My Husband On

    stu@stugray.com (Stu Gray - Marriage Educator, Relationship Coach, Blogger and Podcaster)
    20 Mar 2015 | 12:07 am
    A Listener says “I can’t Turn My Husband on – Help!!” Download | iTunes | Stitcher   On the Show Today: Spring Break is going on in our house! We also found out our Big Blue Button wasn’t working, so we believe its all fixed now – so send us your questions again   Segment 1 “He Can push all my buttons, but I can’t turn my husband on” More Reading on the Subject: 10 Things Every Husband Wishes His Wife Knew about Sex How to Get Him to Want Sex 5 Cheap Ways to Turn Your Husband On Porn Ruins your Sex Life THE SHOW ISN’T…
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    Relationships Reality

  • It’s Not You, It’s Him

    Sarah Adelle
    21 Apr 2015 | 12:13 am
    It’s Not You, It’s Him appeared first on Relationships Reality and was authored by Sarah Adelle and Sophia Elise I was speaking to someone the other day who was feeling so bad about a comment they had made to their significant other. They kept going on and on about how bad they felt, and how wrong it was. I told her to knock it off, because first of all, what she said was seriously no big deal. Second of all, after all the things he had done and said previous to her comment, he got off really lucky. It wasn’t her, it was him. He started the day off by acting cold and aloof.
  • Self-Esteem Affects Our Relationships

    Sarah Adelle
    17 Apr 2015 | 2:11 am
    Self-Esteem Affects Our Relationships appeared first on Relationships Reality and was authored by Sarah Adelle and Sophia Elise If one has low self-esteem it has a very negative impact on romantic relationships. Someone with low self-esteem constantly wonders what their new love interests sees in them, and quite often feels undeserving of love. Instead of believing they deserve what everyone else does, someone with low self-esteem expects less. Someone with low self-esteem is always waiting for the shoe to drop, and rarely has hope their relationships will work out. Someone with low…
  • I Can’t Believe He Did That!

    Sarah Adelle
    15 Apr 2015 | 7:10 am
    I Can’t Believe He Did That! appeared first on Relationships Reality and was authored by Sarah Adelle and Sophia Elise After reading several emails from women that contained the phrase “I can’t believe he did that” I felt it was time to address that phrase. Reading the emails from these ladies showed that they clearly did most of the work in the relationship, and that the man that they were in love with didn’t do shit. Quite often women believe that if they treat a man better than anyone else has, he will stay. Oh how wrong that is. If you can’t believe he…
  • How the Media Warps Relationship Reality

    Sarah Adelle
    12 Apr 2015 | 9:10 am
    How the Media Warps Relationship Reality appeared first on Relationships Reality and was authored by Sarah Adelle and Sophia Elise Sometimes I wonder where people get their ideas about love and relationships. When I got in line at the grocery store I saw many women’s magazines with article titles such as:1. How to make him love you forever!2. How to make sure he never cheats!3. How to make a man commit to you forever!4. Ways to make any man attracted to you!5. Sex tips to make him yours!6. Best ways to make him fall in love with you! Those were a few. I had wished I had lighter fluid…
  • When He Says He Doesn’t Know What He Wants

    Sarah Adelle
    9 Apr 2015 | 2:09 am
    When He Says He Doesn’t Know What He Wants appeared first on Relationships Reality and was authored by Sarah Adelle and Sophia Elise Many women have found themselves involved or in love with a man who says, out of the blue, that he doesn’t know what he wants right now concerning a relationship. After a woman recovers from being completely blindsided, she then begins to wonder where that came from, and why. Why doesn’t he know what he wants all of a sudden? Why does he no longer know what he wants when he seemed to clearly know exactly what he wanted up to this point? When…
 
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    Reasons to be Single

  • Part 145: This Blog

    elfinkate
    18 Apr 2015 | 10:00 am
    Birthdays are alarming events. They exist only to smash you in the face with life’s brevity. For reasons I’ve yet to care enough about to google, we have ritualised an annual reminder that, guess what, we’re getting old and will definitely die one day. Oh, and if that wasn’t bad enough, you might want to think about how you’re the only one of your secondary school peers still to procreate. No really. Those girls you used to drink Bacardi Breezers with, even though you secretly hated them – the ones who had bigger hips and better looking faces and more satisfying sex lives…
  • Online Dating 

    elfinkate
    25 Mar 2015 | 2:47 am
       I’ve written a piece about the dating app Happn over at Instyle.co.uk. You can read it by clicking here.
  • Part 144: Alcoholism

    elfinkate
    22 Mar 2015 | 1:48 pm
    Does an alcoholic drink every day? Is that the measure? Or not? Are there ones who – just to pluck a random example right out of the air that I, of course, have no first-hand experience of – don’t touch the stuff all weekend but are unable to drink a couple of Pisco sours over dinner with friends on a Monday night without coming home and doing half a bottle of whisky (on the rocks) while watching Seinfeld? Is an alcoholic someone who always drinks a lot of alcohol, or someone who just wants to? For example, if you think about alcohol all the time, about the cold, sharp twang of a good…
  • Part 143: Heterosexual Married Men

    elfinkate
    5 Mar 2015 | 5:24 am
    I don’t want to imply that there’s no point whatsoever to heterosexual married men. That would be unfair. I’m sure some of them are quite good at their jobs, for example. And I’m willing to admit they are necessary – for impregnating wives, mowing the lawn, paying plumbers in cash, sustaining the golfing industry, getting the car washed, indulging in extra-marital affairs they will come to regret and so on. Socially speaking, however, they’re redundant. Certainly, they have no business whatsoever spending time in places where single heterosexual women hang out, and talking to…
  • Part 142: Endless Endings

    elfinkate
    17 Feb 2015 | 2:19 pm
    I’m shit at break-ups. Like most people, I’m selfish, bitter, resentful and insecure – especially when some cad has fucked me over. Like most people, magnanimity is not my gut reaction to the violent severance of once-tender bonds. I’ve been known to indulge in weeks or months of self-pity, break-up sex and desperate drunken text messages that can only wield disaster. Just the usual. Move along please, nothing new to see here. But it isn’t the initial distress that’s the worst thing about break-ups. The heartbreak and all that, that’s just part of life. We learn from it, we…
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    Relationship Advice And Repair

  • Parents Must Learn to Love Themselves

    Jay Krunszyinsky
    29 Mar 2015 | 5:16 am
    What does it take for a person to be an effective parent? How much work is involved? Many parents start off asking these kinds of questions, which lead to the assumptions and beliefs that parenting is difficult and work. If you truly believe this to be the case, the parenting role will take on these experiences and show you barriers that create difficulty and hard work. What many parents fail to understand is that their emotional well-being plays a paramount role in their ability to parent a child. The question that needs to be asked is, “Do I feel good about me?” No matter how…
  • Relationship Issues with Fifty Shades of Grey

    Jay Krunszyinsky
    5 Mar 2015 | 11:57 am
    Regardless of where you stand—or don’t stand—on the topic, you can’t deny that the Fifty Shades of Grey series has had a phenomenal response. With growing popularity and a strong fan base, one has to ask—what’s the appeal? Does it have to do with the mysterious Christian Grey? When you take a step back, what you see is a relationship between two emotionally stunted people who struggle with unrealistic expectations. Throughout the series, Christian struggles with his own insecurities that have led him towards the BDSM lifestyle and Ana continues to question if she is the…
  • Are you a Chaos Seeker?

    Jay Krunszyinsky
    18 Feb 2015 | 11:48 am
    Some people are extremely uncomfortable when everything is going well in their lives; they find tranquility boring and crave drama because that is what they are used to. This type of person will always have something to be angry about, even when they have made a major achievement (such as successfully completing a stay at a drug rehabilitation center). Instead of feeling happy about their progress, they crave chaotic situations; it is what they have grown up with, it is how they have survived all these years and it is enmeshed in the behavioral patterns they have grown accustomed to using.
  • What Your Parents Would Tell You From The Grave

    Jay Krunszyinsky
    15 Feb 2015 | 5:49 am
    Your childhood memories either haunt or uplift you or some combination of the two as you start in your life journey.  For many people, family gatherings continue to bring out dramatic scenes as memories of the past continue to form the beliefs and experiences that family members relive day after day.  Emotional suffering follows many children into adulthood as they continue to allow themselves to hold on to beliefs and thoughts that paint scenes of victimization and other forms of hurt and suffering.  Many adults never find ways to change their beliefs and thought patterns and remain…
  • Improve Your Emotional Well-being

    Jay Krunszyinsky
    31 Jan 2015 | 5:00 am
    The mind is the most precious resource that has been bestowed upon man. You mind is what will make or break you in this world and is what sustains you mentally, physically and spiritually. For a wellness discussion, the emotional well-being of a person is the most important step to overall wellness. You can work out and eat right until the cows come home and you will surely get sick and be more susceptible to disease  if your mind is not right. You will also never sustain any workout or healthy living initiative if you are emotionally unwell brought on by fear, frustration, anger, worry,…
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    Dear Wendy

  • Wendy’s Weekly Picks

    Dear Wendy
    21 Apr 2015 | 10:30 am
    “Wendy’s Weekly Picks” is a feature in which I’ll highlight stuff I like or recommend in the worlds of fashion, gift ideas, home decor, makeup, websites, entertainment, and recipes. Of course, many of the stuff I link to will be affiliate products, which means I’ll receive a commission on any click-throughs or purchases you make through the affiliate links. As always, I appreciate your support! Here are my favorite finds this week. So many Spring sales! So many promo codes to use and save. At Saks, use code “FRNFAM” to save 30%. When I can fit into regular clothes again,…
  • “My Disabled Boyfriend’s Mother is Making Me Crazy”

    Dear Wendy
    21 Apr 2015 | 6:00 am
    I’m a 25-year-old woman dating and very much in love with my boyfriend of two and a half years. My boyfriend, “Jay” is physically disabled and is in his 40’s, which may alarm some people, but has never been in issue in either of our families. Jay’s mum moved in with Jay when he first bought his house many years ago, leaving her husband behind in their old house. After that, his sister (let’s call her Lu) also moved in with Jay. My issue is with his mother. Whilst she is capable of being nice at times, she’s also emotionally manipulative, controlling…
  • “My Fiancée Lied About Being Married Already”

    Dear Wendy
    20 Apr 2015 | 10:00 am
    My partner and I have been together for two years. We met through an online dating site, and in the beginning of our relationship we asked each other the usual questions (“Have you ever been married?” “Do you have any children?” Etc.). We both said neither of us had ever been married before nor did we have any children. Fast forward to two months ago. I found out that my partner got married nine years earlier. It was up in Canada, and, as it was a same sex marriage and not recognized here in the U.S., she figured it was never a “real marriage.” My partner…
  • “My Wife Hates My Marijuana-Smoking”

    Dear Wendy
    20 Apr 2015 | 6:00 am
    In honor of 420, a new one from the forums: I have been married to my wife for over a year, and we have been together for three. We have nothing shared and no kids yet. I am 30 years old and have been smoking marijuana on and off since I was 18. I have quit for various lengths of times (four years being the longest) and for various reasons. Currently, I am partaking and fully enjoying it as it helps me unwind after a long stressful day. My job (IT Support) is very stressful and I have to deal with douchebag customers every day. I will not make this an excuse to why I smoke. I will admit: I…
  • Weekend Open Thread

    Dear Wendy
    17 Apr 2015 | 1:00 pm
    Yay, Friday! Tomorrow it’s supposed to be near 80 degrees and sunny here, and I am so excited. I’m going to wear a dress and sandals (I just bought a replacement pair of these which I wore all last summer) and sit on a blanket in the park and eat stuff with people I like and I can’t wait. I’m going to get a haircut, too. These things qualify for exciting in my life right now. What are you up to? P.S. For those who alerted me that the edit function has disappeared and were missing it, you should now see a “modify” tab in the comments that will allow you to…
 
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    Rapid Breakup Recovery

  • Motivational Video

    Jesse
    18 Apr 2015 | 11:28 am
    If you’re feeling down, this is not for you. If you’re sick and tired of feeling down, this IS for you… The post Motivational Video appeared first on Rapid Breakup Recovery.
  • My first love left me for someone else

    Jesse
    11 Apr 2015 | 6:58 am
    From Brian in the US: I am trying so hard to stop communicating with my ex. Your articles are very helpful. I feel so “weak”. I am 45 years old and my ex was my first love. I was married for 25 years right out of high school, so when I got divorced I have […] The post My first love left me for someone else appeared first on Rapid Breakup Recovery.
  • Your different personalities

    Jesse
    5 Apr 2015 | 1:56 pm
    Have you ever felt a certain way about something only later to completely lose that feeling and even to have a hard time remembering how you felt in the first place. Sometimes you’re motivated to do something and it seems to happen automatically. Other times it seems like a chore, like an uphill battle. What’s the […] The post Your different personalities appeared first on Rapid Breakup Recovery.
  • No contact when you work together

    Jesse
    29 Mar 2015 | 11:20 am
    Hey Jesse, I love your website and have started to really get into the reading. I am coming out of a 7 year relationship and it is truly horrible. I have a particular problem, we work together. We own a company together. I know if I could cut off all contact for 6 months I […] The post No contact when you work together appeared first on Rapid Breakup Recovery.
  • How a breakup builds character

    Jesse
    28 Feb 2015 | 10:56 am
    The breakup that was the catalyst for this website was back in 2010. I went through a lot of different emotions and only once I had overcome most of them, did I start writing this blog. Sometimes, however, something will happen to me in my daily life, and I’ll feel something, and it will take […] The post How a breakup builds character appeared first on Rapid Breakup Recovery.
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    Bubbles. Deux.

  • What We’re Cooking Sundays…The Chocolate and Lavender Cake, Plus, Meet Yourself Where You Are Edition.

    bubblesdeux
    12 Apr 2015 | 6:33 pm
    A few days ago my horoscope told me to look out, this was about to be my time. Jupiter in Leo, something, something, blah, blah, good fortune. Leos rule. That’s what I read. It even gave me a little more pep in my step. It’s also possible that the warm weather finally deciding to arrive also put me in a good mood, but I’d like to give a little shout out to Jupiter, ruler of all things related to good fortune. The good news came with a reminder that I should spend a little more time caring for myself and finding ways to see myself as better at something that I give myself credit for…
  • On Easter: Do Not Abandon Yourselves to Despair…

    bubblesdeux
    5 Apr 2015 | 5:29 am
    Our Lord has written the promise of the resurrection, not in books alone, but in every leaf in springtime. …..Martin Luther King, Jr. For people around the world, today marks the moment where their faith is renewed. It’s the day we celebrate Christ, risen from the dead, and the most important time of our faith. While Christmas (kinda) gives us hope of the unknown, Easter gives us faith that Christ kept his word and didn’t leave behind his followers. Or, it’s a day for us to decorate eggs, buy our children pet bunnies they will grow tired of quickly (not you, Chloe Bunny, other…
  • What We’re Cooking Sundays: The (Late) Red Snapper, Lies, Lies, Lies Edition

    bubblesdeux
    4 Apr 2015 | 5:18 pm
    Regrets Collect Like Old Friends…  Yep. I’m still listening to Florence + the Machine. This is 10 straight days of constant play. I’m good. No, really. It’s not bothering anyone. I can quit anytime I want. Remember way back when, about 6 days ago, when I was going to post a “What We’re Cooking Sunday” and had both red snapper AND energy? Yeah, me neither. The last thing I remember was sitting at the kitchen table, eating dinner with A and saying that we should watch a few episodes of ‘The Walking Dead’ – the next thing you know, it’s today and the week has…
  • The Expectations of Love…

    bubblesdeux
    23 Mar 2015 | 7:33 pm
    “Love has nothing to do with what you are expecting to get — only with what you are expecting to give — which is everything.” …..Katharine Hepburn. What. Is. Love? I’ve been writing about this whole love thing for years, seven official years to be exact. Longer if you count my countless poems, bad essays and unpolished song lyrics. It all started when I wrote, over and over again, Mrs. Bruce Willis in all of my high school notebooks. Mrs. Bruce. Willis. Yes, that long ago. I’m no closer to understanding it all than I was way back when I was just a mere child of 35. To give…
  • What We’re Cooking Sundays…The No Cooking, No Disappointments Edition

    bubblesdeux
    22 Mar 2015 | 6:00 pm
    Maybe all one can do is hope to end up with the right regrets. …..Arthur Miller I would do it, push a button, climb a mountain, jump off a cliff. …..Drake. Tonight’s edition of ‘What we’re cooking’ includes, well, no cooking. It’s not because there wasn’t a menu planned or shopping done. Nope, it’s all because the girl-child is working late tonight and I’d rather read all of the magazines and newspapers piling up in my living room instead of cooking solo tonight. I’d also rather watch Chloe the Super Bunny chase after her shadow, which has become quite the pastime for…
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  • Fly Free

    Scott
    6 Apr 2015 | 8:00 am
    Years ago some friends and I rented snowshoes and drove into A-Basin (Arapahoe Basin) in Colorado. When we arrived we strapped on our snowshoes. Though we were all about the same size with the same size snowshoe, no one seemed to have any trouble, except me. For some reason I kept dropping through the snow-pack. I kept getting stuck. The worst was when I had one leg plunged deep into the snow all the way to my groin and the other flat on the ground. While trying to extricate my left leg my right leg plunged through the snow nearly reaching the depth of the other. I howled something impolite…
  • Detour of Compassion

    Scott
    30 Mar 2015 | 6:37 pm
    A long day had become a longer night. It was by then a cold and snowy night. As they often do, snow-covered roads made driving a challenge. And, more than once I heard the rattling sound of my anti-lock brakes trying to slow my slide. It was 11:00 P.M. and the roads were empty. I saw no one until I bent around the right curve of Brookdale Drive. There walking on the snow-covered sidewalks was a man. We traveled in the same direction. Though he wore a coat the man clearly had strong, broad muscular shoulders. In another setting he might have been imposing. Walking along alone in the silence of…
  • Detours

    Scott
    25 Mar 2015 | 6:10 am
    “I don’t know why I’m telling you this…” and the story continues. Don’t get me wrong, I love their trust. I love your trust. I’m honored to share your joys and your sorrows. To hear the details of the journey you’re on complete with proud smiles and guilty smirks, pain-filled glances or a losing fight to hold back the tears. Or, sadly, the flat affect from being so worn down by the long list of past pains. I just wish there weren’t so many detours. Detours Maybe you’ve experienced this, or maybe not, but I hate when I’m driving…
  • Don’t Settle

    Scott
    12 Mar 2015 | 8:00 am
    “Don’t settle…Don’t settle…Don’t settle.” That’s my self-talk. It’s easy for me to get lazy, give in and grab junk and eat it. I wrestle with responsibility. I assume you do too. Note: Today’s my 25th anniversary at TreeHouse, and this is the final post of the “10 for 25″ series on ten important lessons I’ve learned at TreeHouse. Don’t Settle, Wrestle I hate when I mess up. I hate when I let down my guard. I hate when I lower my standards. I hate when I try to wiggle out. I hate when I rationalize my choices. I hate…
  • Care Is A Verb

    Scott
    11 Mar 2015 | 8:00 am
    As you may know, when I was younger one of my best friends said to me, “common sense is not common to you,” and he was right. He didn’t know the whole story, I was young and even more reckless than he realized.  These days I’m learning not to do stupid things. I knew I was supposed to do good things, but I didn’t really think about why I should. Then, years ago I read in my Bible, “Remember, it is sin to know what you ought to do and then not do it.” 1 Note: This is part-9 of the “10 for 25″ series on important lessons I’ve learned at TreeHouse. Woah,…
 
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    Welcome to the Jungle - Lifestyle

  • 5 Guys Every Woman Will Date in Her Twenties

    13 Apr 2015 | 7:40 am
    Via Unsplash/Drew PatrickHere's a bullshit statistic (although a pretty accurate one) that I want to share with you all based on my track record with the opposite sex: Roughly 60% of the first dates you go on will not make it past date one or two.And as much effort as some of us put into looking and smelling good and brushing up on our conversational skills, it's disheartening that the majority of that time is wasted. And if this sounds depressing, that's because it is, especially if you're seeking some kind of steady relationship in one of its many forms.For the sake of…
  • Lingering People

    17 Mar 2015 | 6:49 am
    Written by: Icy My Life...I had the most meaningless, pointless conversation with this guy that I surprisingly really liked. I was dealing with the painfully awkward and annoying “it’s clearly over, why are we forcing a conversation?” situation. To be honest, I don’t know why we got to that point. Either way, I'm pretty much over it. This whole Idea of having friends or relationships that are just dangling by a thread, is bothersome. You BOTH don't want to be there. The way I see it is, if someone wants to walk out of your life or become less important,…
  • Don't Think, Just Text: What To Do After The First Date

    28 Jan 2015 | 3:11 pm
    Written By: Diamond Dating can really, really suck. Usually, you won’t even see the majority of people that you go out on first dates with again, whether it’s because there was no mutual “spark” or because they ended up being a total asshole. But on the rare occasion that you actually have a great connection with someone (physically and/or emotionally), it can be all too easy to over-analyze even the most trivial of situations from that point forward due to the many forms of communication that we have access to. Now,…
  • Colour Pop

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

    15 Dec 2014 | 6:19 pm
    “We all live in a house on fire, no fire department to call; no way out, just the upstairs window to look out of while the fire burns the house down with us trapped, locked in it.”                                                        -Tennessee Williams, The Milk Train Doesn’t Stop Here AnymoreEveryone is, in one way or another, internally conflicted; we all have within us a fire we want to put out, and some are able to tame it.
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    Funny Lifestyle & Relationship Blog With A Snarky Twist: MelanysGuydlines - Melanys Guydlines

  • Why I Social Podcast Featuring Melany Berger: Shorty Awards Special

    Melany
    20 Apr 2015 | 6:17 am
    Happy Shorty Awards Day and Night! The day has finally arrived for the Shorty Awards and I will be attending the show tonight. You can watch it live on ShortyAwards.com! But, before you watch the show make sure to listen to me on the Why I Social Podcast with Chris Barrows. I met (via twitter) Chris through my co-hosting appearances on Social Hangout with Eric Mitchell. Yes, I know that may be confusing to some who are not online as much as we are but I promise you that both of these men are putting out excellent and entertaining content not to be missed. I have been a guest on other podcasts…
  • Live From New York: MelanysGuydlines At The Shorty Awards 2015

    Melany
    19 Apr 2015 | 6:09 am
    Good morning beautiful people! I am writing you today live from New York City! I have been enjoying the city with my cutie-parents for the past few days. We are here for the Shorty Awards! I am a finalist in blogger and already know I won the Vox Populi vote which is the honor for most nominations by the public a.k.a. YOU via Twitter!   Thank you so much for all of the support and nominations for a Shorty Award in blogger! Now, it is up to the academy to decide who wins in the Blogger category! Even if I... Continue Reading
  • What Is A Good Word To Describe Someone Who Is A “DingDong”?

    Melany
    14 Apr 2015 | 11:10 am
    I wonder how many times a day I shake my head at all the idiots I know? When I say that I work as a flytrap for all the stupid people in the world, I really do. So, what does one do when they can’t believe all the stupidy around them? One takes to Facebook to ask for a little help from their real friends. This is a real thread from my snarky friends on Facebook! Thanks to everyone who replied! I told you this was good for a post! When I say I work as a flytrap for all... Continue Reading
  • Jump In Our #SocialBath On #SocialHangout With Eric Mitchell: Guest Michelle Killebrew

    Melany
    9 Apr 2015 | 11:22 am
      There is no water shortage in Arizona and I am bathing in a #socialbath glow full of positive bubbles from last weeks #SocialHangout (that trended for nearly 7 hours on twitter). If you missed it, I had the honor of being a guest host along side Eric Mitchell and Vincenzo Landino while we spoke with Tamara McCleary. Tamara is one of the most beautiful women I have had the pleasure of speaking with in my social media journey, both inside and out. There was magic in that show. How much magic? Well, I will just let you know that... Continue Reading
  • Tips To Feel Your Best During Allergy Season: What’s In My Bag?

    Melany
    8 Apr 2015 | 9:29 am
    This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of ZYRTEC®. You know that feeling. You wake up looking like the bottom of your shoe or a UFC fighter that was on the losing side of the Octagon. I know there are all these people sporting these shirts that say “ I Woke Up Like This” but they didn’t. Please. We all need a little help once in a while and by news feed, I know I am not the only one who suffers from ALLERGY FACE®. You know that look? Watery eyes and a stuffy, red nose are... Continue Reading
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    Watersedge Counselling

  • 7 Ways to Get Through the Winter Blues

    Jessica Morris
    16 Apr 2015 | 4:00 pm
    Summer is over and the crinkling of autumn leaves is underfoot. Where I live, we are already experiencing what seems like multiple seasons in a day, and we’ll go from the intense heat of a summer day to the chill of rain in a matter of hours. There are lots of great things about winter, but more often than not my mood goes downhill midyear. The skies are overcast and cloudy, Daylight Savings causes our days to be shorter, and I’m trying to figure out if I should stick out the cold and rug up, or turn on the heating. Lots of us struggle in the winter months, in fact there is an illness…
  • How to Cope With Stress

    Jessica Morris
    9 Apr 2015 | 4:00 pm
    Stress is everywhere. It appears when your phone beeps in the morning, and you receive a text message asking you to arrive at work early. It comes when a bill arrives in the mailbox, when the in-laws suddenly appear at the door, or when you begin to feel sick. What makes you feel stressed? I’m a planner, and when a situation comes up that is unexpected, I can lose my cool very quickly. I feel the knots in my stomach, become short tempered, and I hyper focus on the details so much I am unable to prioritise what is really important. Over time, stress can take a huge toll on our physical and…
  • The Choice to Love

    Colleen Morris
    2 Apr 2015 | 3:00 pm
    The Easter season brings together many of my favourite things; family, love and chocolate. As I reflected on this time of year and what  I wanted to share with you, the movie Chocolat came to mind. Aside from highlighting my love of chocolate, it also brought together the single most important aspect of this holiday- the choice to love. Set in a small French village on a hill alongside a river, it is late winter/early Spring. The season of Lent is upon us, a universal Catholic tradition taken very seriously by the small community which is dominated by the Catholic Church. The town clerk…
  • The Long Term Effects of Heroin Addiction

    Jessica Morris
    26 Mar 2015 | 3:00 pm
    It is increasingly common for people of all walks of life to use heroin. It is no longer just a teenage fad, but a drug which enters workplaces, damages relationships and can do long term harm to a person’s health. You may be able to identify when a person is using heroin, but do you know the long term effects of the drug use? This infographic by Addiction Blog shows us the science and the consequences of heroin use. Far from being a substance you can just ‘shake off,’ heroin enters your blood and affects many areas of the brain, including the cerebral cortex (your vision), brain stem…
  • Why Do We ‘Flip Our Lid’?

    Jessica Morris
    19 Mar 2015 | 3:00 pm
    We all have moments when we feel so overwhelmed by emotions that we ‘flip our lid.’ For some people this happens quite frequently, and their short fuse means they are consistently ‘losing it’ and acting out in erratic or irrational ways. For others this only happens occasionally, but when we do all hell breaks loose, and we scare the people around us with our behaviour. In this short video by NeuroLeadership, Dr Daniel Siegel MD, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at UCLA, shows us what happens in the brain when we flip our lid and our daily emotional journey becomes too much for us.
 
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    Thoughts on Life and Love

  • Staying in an unhappy relationship

    Mandy Kloppers
    18 Apr 2015 | 1:35 am
    Thoughts on Life and Love Thoughts on Life and Love - Mandy, a Psychologist & Counsellor provides insights into coping with life, managing love and getting ahead. Professional tips for life...   Staying in an unhappy relationship Why is it that so many of us stay in an unhappy relationship? I am guilty of this and I have met numerous people, personally and professionally, who stay in a relationship that leaves them feeling miserable most of the time. Why do we do it to ourselves and […] Staying in an unhappy relationship Mandy Kloppers.
  • Are you dating a narcissist?

    Mandy Kloppers
    17 Apr 2015 | 1:42 am
    Thoughts on Life and Love Thoughts on Life and Love - Mandy, a Psychologist & Counsellor provides insights into coping with life, managing love and getting ahead. Professional tips for life...   Are you dating a narcissist? Many couples come to see me regarding problems in their relationships and I have found a large proportion of these cases to be affected by a narcissistic element. Often, one person exhibits many narcissistic traits, making the success of the relationship more of a challenge. So what exactly are […] Are you dating a narcissist? Mandy Kloppers.
  • The “Life Rules” Book

    Mandy Kloppers
    15 Apr 2015 | 1:32 am
    Thoughts on Life and Love Thoughts on Life and Love - Mandy, a Psychologist & Counsellor provides insights into coping with life, managing love and getting ahead. Professional tips for life...     The “Life Rules” Book The Life Rules book is a great way to challenge thinking and find new ways to look at the world that suit you better. Many of us live life according to rules. Many of these rules were not made by us, do not assist us or help us in […] The “Life Rules” Book Mandy Kloppers.
  • I’m not good enough

    Mandy Kloppers
    14 Apr 2015 | 1:31 am
    Thoughts on Life and Love Thoughts on Life and Love - Mandy, a Psychologist & Counsellor provides insights into coping with life, managing love and getting ahead. Professional tips for life... I’m not good enough “I’m not good enough” is a statement that I hear many clients say. Perhaps they don’t come out with it immediately but after a few therapy sessions of searching and exploring, clients often find that many of their problems boil down to a basic belief about themselves: that they somehow don’t […] I’m not good enough Mandy Kloppers.
  • Savour the moment

    Mandy Kloppers
    11 Apr 2015 | 11:34 am
    Thoughts on Life and Love Thoughts on Life and Love - Mandy, a Psychologist & Counsellor provides insights into coping with life, managing love and getting ahead. Professional tips for life... Savour the moment The easy path as an adult is to let life rush by, focusing all our energies on achieving, working, consuming and constantly ‘doing’. While this can be fulfilling, it makes the business of tending to your ‘inner world’ very difficult and ultimately, I believe, this is where true fulfilment comes from. Not […] Savour the moment Mandy Kloppers.
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    Relationship World

  • The path of true love

    Sandra
    12 Apr 2015 | 2:38 am
    This video says it all. The path of true love is indeed a mystery. The post The path of true love appeared first on Relationship World.
  • Valentine’s Day Special: What is Love?

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

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

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

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

  • Episode 109: Create Your Portable Business So You Can Have Freedom to Live Where You Want with Natalie Sisson

    Warren
    15 Apr 2015 | 3:30 am
    Listen to the Show http://traffic.libsyn.com/marriedwithluggage/Podcast_109_-_Start_a_Mobile_Business_with_Natalie_Sisson.mp3 Download Episode #109 Episode 109 of the Married with Luggage Podcast is about how to create a portable business so you can have the freedom to travel – or whatever else you want to do. About the Episode Back in 2011 we sat in a pub in Scotland, more than six months […]
  • Taking the final steps to embarking on a big dream (Podcast #108 w/Alison and Andrew)

    Warren
    8 Apr 2015 | 2:15 am
    Episode 108 comes to you from sunny Spain. If you need a dose of inspiration for making a big change in your life, then belly up to the bar, because we’ve got a nice big serving of it in today’s episode. Never give up on a dream just because of the time it will take to […]
  • What our personality types reveal about us (Podcast #107 with Jessica Butts)

    Warren
    1 Apr 2015 | 2:57 am
    Episode 107 comes to you from sunny Spain. Today we’re going to find out what our Myers-Briggs scores mean and how we can use this information to have a better relationship. Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom.” ~ Aristotle Show Notes In last week’s episode we discussed how learning your personality type, and that of […]
  • How the Myers-Briggs Test Can Improve Your Love Life (Podcast #106 with Jessica Butts)

    Warren
    25 Mar 2015 | 2:23 am
    Episode 106 comes to you from rainy Spain. Today we’re talking about Myers-Briggs personality profiles, and how you can use this test to improve your relationships. It is not our differences that divide us. It is our inability to recognize, accept, and celebrate those differences.” ~ Audre Lorde Show Notes Have you ever taken a personality test? […]
  • I Wrote a Romance Novel (Podcast #105 with Betsy Talbot)

    Warren
    18 Mar 2015 | 1:14 am
    Episode 105 comes to you from rainy Madrid, Spain. Today we’re sharing the behind-the-scenes story of how we published a bestselling romance book. (Well, it just published yesterday so it’s not a bestseller yet, but we have our fingers crossed!) A writer is someone who has taught his mind to misbehave.” ~ Oscar Wilde Show Notes What […]
 
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    The Relationship Suite

  • How to Overcome an Affair? Is there Hope?

    Rachel Moheban-Wachtel,LCSW
    8 Apr 2015 | 9:25 am
    Spring has finally arrived! How wonderful to see everything begin to bloom again. The season is usually a time of growth and development. Relationships also should be growing and evolving and need to be nurtured on a consistent basis. But, have you ever felt that you and your partner have stopped growing together? You realize […]The post How to Overcome an Affair? Is there Hope? appeared first on The Relationship Suite.
  • There’s No Spark

    Rachel Moheban-Wachtel,LCSW
    26 Mar 2015 | 7:09 am
    Dear Rachel, With spring finally approaching, I can’t wait to shed this heavy coat and start enjoying warmer days. The days are getting longer and I’m sure most of us who were stuck in the cold weather are looking forward to spending more time outdoors. I received a question from one of my subscribers, Brett, who […]The post There’s No Spark appeared first on The Relationship Suite.
  • Dating and When to Settle

    Rachel Moheban-Wachtel,LCSW
    17 Feb 2015 | 12:25 pm
    Betsy Writes, I’ve been alone for a big part of my life and haven’t had much success in relationships. Recently I met a man who seemed perfect at first. We’ve now been together about 6 months and I’m starting to see flaws in him – things that I don’t know if I can move past […]The post Dating and When to Settle appeared first on The Relationship Suite.
  • Difficulties with Dating

    Rachel Moheban-Wachtel,LCSW
    12 Sep 2014 | 7:40 am
    Erica Writes: I broke up with my boyfriend six months ago and recently have been dating quite a bit. However, every time I meet someone I like and we get close he pushes me away after 3-4months and I end up getting very hurt.  This has become a pattern in my life-can you please give […]The post Difficulties with Dating appeared first on The Relationship Suite.
  • Stepchildren

    Rachel Moheban-Wachtel,LCSW
    1 Sep 2014 | 7:21 pm
    Sandra writes: Dear Rachel I recently got married and am having issues with my 8-year-old step- daughter. At times she has an attitude and I don’t want to have to deal with it. My husband has a lot of guilt around his divorce and not living with her full time and she manipulates this to […]The post Stepchildren appeared first on The Relationship Suite.
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    Sunset Talks

  • The Best Evergreen Sneakers for Men

    Anchal Bhatia
    17 Apr 2015 | 1:24 am
    When it comes to staying on trend, you cannot go wrong with any of these classic sneaker styles. These 5 picks have been around for decades and are still top sellers. The only thing that has changed now is how you wear them. Just pick a style and you will be all set to hit the scene in no time. Ready to sneak a peek? Here are the all time best sneakers for men. The post The Best Evergreen Sneakers for Men appeared first on Sunset Talks.
  • Lenskart Eye Popper Sale 11th to 14th of April

    Anchal Bhatia
    10 Apr 2015 | 7:44 am
    Hunting for eyewear that are totally on trend yet won’t set you back thousands of rupees? Consider your search is over. We have found the best place to score deals on eyewear. The post Lenskart Eye Popper Sale 11th to 14th of April appeared first on Sunset Talks.
  • Tantalize Your Palate at Best Restaurants in Jaipur

    Anchal Bhatia
    2 Apr 2015 | 3:04 am
    Whether you want to try a local Rajasthani fare or wish to tantalize your palate with Italian or Chinese cuisine, restaurants in Jaipur will spoil you for choice. Take your pick from these five restaurants in the Pink City and be prepared for a truly lip-smacking experience. The post Tantalize Your Palate at Best Restaurants in Jaipur appeared first on Sunset Talks.
  • Top 5 Party Accessories to Flaunt in 2015

    Anchal Bhatia
    31 Mar 2015 | 7:24 am
    What is the need to buy a new outfit for every party you attend when you can easily switch the look with inexpensive and chic accessories? Opt for a piece of glittering accessory like sparkling street earrings, a bling clutch, or a pair of sparkly heels to turn heads at parties this season. The post Top 5 Party Accessories to Flaunt in 2015 appeared first on Sunset Talks.
  • Finger Licking Healthy Food in Delhi

    Anchal Bhatia
    27 Mar 2015 | 7:22 am
    Fat free means healthy and healthy food is bland. These two are the biggest myths that Delhi restaurants have been dishing out for quite some time now. But not anymore. With the growing demand of foodies who love nutritious meals, they are on the verge of breaking these myths as they experiment with new ingredients and combinations. Their menu that now mentions calories in front of dishes and specify grams of fibre and proteins are evolving. And yes, no longer healthy salad means some veggies thrown together without dressings or a healthy sandwich equals to boring vegetables stuffed in whole…
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    Fiona Beck » Love and Relationships

  • Idolise Devalue Discard

    FionaBeck
    27 Mar 2015 | 8:16 am
    One of the most painful cycles that can happen in relationships is the Idolise Devalue Discard cycle. IDOLISE You meet someone, they seem like a dream come true and you are placed way up high on a pedestal. They cannot get enough of you. They are attentive, interested, loving, caring and keen to impress you. They call you long before you get to the point when you are wondering if they will, they shower you with compliments, share their dreams with you and invite you to be a part of their long term plans. It feels like you just found your Soul Mate. The ‘ONE’. The person that you…
  • The Future Faker

    FionaBeck
    27 Mar 2015 | 6:44 am
    Future Faking is a highly manipulative control tactic with a heavy coating of sugar. Future Fakers will use this tactic to get what they want, wriggle out of awkward situations and coerce you into doing things for them, without you even realising that you WERE being manipulated. Examples of Future Faking include: You have a fight with your partner, you raise valid points, you are upset for justifiable reasons. Your partner knows that they cannot win this battle so instead of admitting that they were in the wrong and listening to your grievances, they will pull a ‘FAKE FUTURE’ out…
  • How can a reading with me help you?

    FionaBeck
    15 Mar 2015 | 3:26 am
    There are many misconceptions around psychic readings. Some people think that its all about fortune telling, random predictions and paying someone to paint a rosy picture of the future giving you something to look forward to. There will always be people who offer this service just as there will always be people happy to pay to be entertained in this way. But this is not what I do. I deal with specific issues. I am not here to entertain you. I am here to help you. I shine a light into the dark shadows and reveal truths, lies, misunderstandings, dysfunction, negative patterns, and self…
  • Inner voice versus ego

    FionaBeck
    25 Feb 2015 | 5:40 am
    One the most common reasons that someone seeks psychic insight is when they sense that something is not quite right and they are hoping that a psychic reading can offer them insight and clarity. In many cases this can be incredibly helpful. Sometimes we ‘over think’ things and imagine problems where there are none. A psychic reading can then be reassuring and help us to make sense of the confusion we feel. However there are times when the reason we sensed that something was not quite right is because we are being deceived or mislead, and our inner voice is yelling at us to pay…
  • The other woman

    FionaBeck
    24 Feb 2015 | 9:15 am
    In tarot, the Lovers card often shows three people. This can mean different things depending on the deck, the surrounding cards and the questions posed. In some cases it can be something as innocent as a third party, a ‘matchmaker’ trying to get two people together or help them smooth out issues. But sometimes it represents a love ‘triangle’ indicating that there may be three people in a relationship; you, your partner and the OTHER woman / man. So who is this third party and what do we need to know about her? Something that I encounter in my work from time to time is…
 
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    Wingman Magazine - Dating Advice, Sex Ed, Health and Relationships

  • Interview with Samantha Sinclair – TOP SAN FRANCISCO DATING COACH

    Patrick
    15 Apr 2015 | 6:21 am
    Today I have a pleasure to introduce Samantha Sinclair, the winner of the Top Dating Coach in San Francisco contest sponsored by Wingman Magazine in February 2015.Samantha Sinclair is an experienced dating advisor, NLP Master, Coach, and Clinical Hypnotherapist. She holds a Master’s Degree in Philosophy, Cosmology, and Consciousness and is a founder of Mapping Love, a website and coaching service that “supports your journey from me to we.” Samantha has developed her unique method of relationship coaching combined with an education in partnership, human sexuality, and consciousness…
  • 5 Reasons Why Couples Who Travel Together Stay Together

    Patrick
    7 Apr 2015 | 7:56 am
    We live in the Wanderlust generation, in which everyone under the age of 25 seems desperate not to settle down, or at least not yet. Because of this, our dating cesspool is filled with free spirits and travel gurus. Meeting the man or woman of our dreams is no longer the main priority. It’s secondary to our lust for adventure.But why can’t we have both? There’s a preconceived notion that says, it’s best to be single when traveling and to explore either alone or with a platonic friend. By doing so, we won’t be held back from getting the ultimate experience. But this viewpoint makes…
  • How to Start a Conversation With a Girl Online

    Patrick
    24 Feb 2015 | 3:31 am
    In today’s day and age I can totally understand if you want to know how to start a conversation online. We are surrounded by online dating sites and weird but highly effective dating apps. A couple of years ago you were frowned at when you said that you met your girlfriend on an online dating site. Today this is the most normal thing in the world.Today people are rather shocked when you tell them that you met your girlfriend without the help of modern technology. There are millions of attractive single women who hope to find their knight in shining armor on one of many online dating…
  • 5 Controversial Truths about Female Sexuality

    Patrick
    9 Feb 2015 | 6:04 am
    The more I talk with guys about female sexuality, the more I realize that the majority of men have absolutely no clue about this topic. You can’t even imagine how many guys I had to listen to, who really believe that women only use sex to end up in a relationship and that they don’t even enjoy it.Statements like this make me really sad. The only thing a guy shows me with this opinion is that he still believes the same stupid doctrine that people believed 50 years ago. Back then men believed that women didn’t enjoy sex and that they didn’t have sexual fantasies, especially when those…
  • Dating Tips For Introverts: The Ultimate Cheat Sheet

    Patrick
    8 Dec 2014 | 11:17 am
    Dating as an introvert is not easy. If you met me today, you’d probably see a happy, smiling guy chatting with a bunch of people around him. I bet, hidden beneath this social butterfly, you’d never recognize the quiet and shy, introverted guy I used to be…Introversion is a term coined by CG Jung and was used in his work on psychological types. In contrast to being open to the outside world, introverts turn to their own inner world. Social interactions used to cost me a lot of energy. I was jealous of extroverts who felt energized interacting with people, because I always needed a lot of…
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    Boundless Blog

  • What Drinking Problems Do You Have?

    Josh Loke
    21 Apr 2015 | 5:00 am
    Christians and drinking — oh, the controversies and misunderstandings that have come from this one simple topic. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve managed to start a conversation with a nonbeliever about Jesus simply because I ordered a Scotch with Coke and he knew I was a Christian. But that’s not what this blog is about. What I really want to talk about is Christians and all the other things we drink: soda (pop), cordial, fruit juice and energy drinks. Oh, and don’t forget coffee: the most expensive nonalcoholic drink and most addictive of them all. Does God…
  • Blogging Is Like Running a Lemonade Stand

    Joshua Rogers
    20 Apr 2015 | 5:00 am
    On Jan. 8, 2010, I sat down and wrote my first post over at my personal blog, wondering if it might go viral. It did not, but I was undeterred. I figured it would just take some time — you know, six months or so — before the world recognized my talent. I would become a blogging rock star and be on my way to a book deal. Or not. No, I did not become a blogging rock star (nor do I have a book deal), but I did keep writing. In the meantime, I began doing it for the sake of making something beautiful. I also began to care much less about the size of my audience, and I learned some lessons…
  • Always the Bridesmaid (or Groomsman)

    Boundless Community
    17 Apr 2015 | 5:00 am
    by David Skinner I love wedding time in Minnesota. The sun is out. The birds are chirping. The runners are running. The breezes have deigned to walk among the mortals once again, and for that I am very grateful. I have a special vantage point as I have the privilege of creating music at a handful of weddings every year. I arrive at the location as early as I can, set up as quickly as I can, and watch. How are they preparing the hors d’oeuvres? How elaborate is the cake? Where are they taking pictures? But I am particularly intrigued observing bridesmaids or groomsmen who I know are…
  • Thankful for Boundless

    Boundless Community
    16 Apr 2015 | 12:35 pm
    “The episode normalized breaking up” “Thank you for the Breaking Up Well episode of the podcast. It was the first step in God speaking to me about breaking off a bad relationship I was in. (I later found out after listening to the episode that he was using drugs.) The episode normalized breaking up as so many of my Christian friends married their first boyfriend. So thank you so much for the support of this episode. It is always so nice to know I am not alone as I walk through my young life. I am very thankful. Keep up the awesome work, Boundless!” “Far from the…
  • Swipe Right for Love: Episode 376

    Lisa Anderson
    15 Apr 2015 | 11:00 pm
    Listen to this week’s show! Question to discuss: What’s been your experience with dating apps? Are they helpful, or do they do more harm than good? Do you foresee them being around for a while? Roundtable: An Intro to Dating Apps Want to meet cute people in your city in a low-risk, convenient way? There’s an app for that. Actually, there are several. But are they all they’re cracked up to be? Are dating apps another tool in the intentional dater’s tool belt, or a worthless distraction that could do more harm than good? Our panel has taken the dating app plunge…
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    Marcus & Ashley

  • 031 How to Overcome Sexual Addiction with John and Jema Anderson

    Marcus and Ashley
    20 Apr 2015 | 10:10 pm
    Living in an RV is not easy, and thats what our guests for this week, John and Jema Anderson do everyday. John and Jema have been married for over 20 years, live and work full time in an RV, and have 4 kids. Description of  First Year in one or two words Jema: Chaos. John: Intense. Some of the topics we discussed are: 1. How to overcome sexual addiction in marriage. 2. Struggling with doing things differently as a couple. 3. Talking about your problems, inward struggles, and issues together. 4. How to communicate about sex and intimately. 5. How to express your feelings and emotions.
  • 030 Standing Up for Your Spouse with Alex Barker

    Marcus and Ashley
    13 Apr 2015 | 9:23 pm
    Alex Barker from Michigan is our guest for this week. He has been married for 5 years and has two children. Alex is a pharmacist by profession, an online business coach part-time, and former host of the well known Leadership Dojo podcast. Note: Click here to get access to the Bonus Session about sexual challenges with Alex. Description of  First Year in one or two words  Challenging-reward. Some of the topics we discussed are: 1. Looking for common themes with your marriage issues. 2. Standing up for what you want. 3. Sexual challenges in the first year. 4. Taking responsibility for your…
  • 029 Getting Out of Student Loans with Mike and Monica Louie

    Marcus and Ashley
    6 Apr 2015 | 8:06 pm
    This weeks episode features Mike and Monica Louie’s  First Year Story. Mike and Monica live in Vancouver, Washington, have two energetic kids, and have been married for five and a half years. Mike is a law enforcement officer and Monica blogs at ourdebtfreefamily.com where she helps people take control of their money so they can pay off debt and work toward true financial freedom.     Description of  First Year in one or two words Mike: Adventurous. Monica: Exciting. Some of the topics we discussed are: 1. Communicating face to face with your spouse. 2. Learning each…
  • A Blur First Year With Sophie Slim

    Marcus and Ashley
    2 Apr 2015 | 7:12 am
    In this blog post, Sophie Slim shares her First Year Marriage story in a blog style interview. Sophie has been married for six years, lives in New Zealand, and is a stay-at-home mom to two wonderful kids. We sent her questions Marcus asks our guests on the podcast and below were her answers. 1. Can you tell us how you met your spouse and when you decided to get married? I went along with a friend of mine to a youth church that my future husband was running. He introduced himself to me afterwards, and teased me for having an american accent (my best friend was american and I often…
  • 028 Creating Open Lines of Communication with Megan Claire

    Marcus and Ashley
    30 Mar 2015 | 8:02 pm
    Megan Claire is our guest for this week. Megan is a travel blogger who blogs at mappingmegan.com and calls the world home. She has been married for 2 years, enjoys traveling around the world with her husband Mike. Description of  First Year in one or two words Adventurous. Some of the topics we discussed are: 1. Long distance relationship before marriage. 2. The importance of having supportive in-laws. 3. Giving each other space. 4. Creating open lines of communication. 5. Making time alone time for yourself. 6. Respecting and putting your spouse first. 7. Learning from other couples. How…
 
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    Dating and Relationship Tips

  • How to be the “it” Girl and Rule your World

    31 Mar 2015 | 10:30 am
    She’s that girl that everyone admires, the centre of attraction, the life of the party and of course, the girl every guy wants to be with! While she looks like she has it all going well for her, truth is, like every other woman, she’s not perfect, but she knows how to handle her mess and deal with her problems. Rather that join the bandwagon of women who only dream of being her, you too can learn how to be the “it” girl and rule not just your world.5 Tips on how to be the “it” Girl•Self loveThe 101 of being that girl everyone wants to be, is to love yourself for who you are.
  • How to be a Romantic Guy

    30 Mar 2015 | 2:15 pm
    Isn’t romance the spice of a relationship? Oh yes, it is! The thing is, a relationship stands the risk of getting boring over a period of time, with both partners getting tired of each other. You don’t want your woman to feel like she’s with the wrong guy. You need to constantly make her feel loved and wanted. Here’s your quick fix on how to be a romantic guy.5 Tips on How to be a Romantic Guy•Compliment her on her appearance No matter how beautiful a woman is, sometimes, she feels like she isn't beautiful enough. So, hearing that she’s good-looking, especially from someone…
  • Warning Signs you shouldn’t Marry Him

    26 Mar 2015 | 3:44 pm
    With recent developments in society, it looks like a woman’s worth is complete only when she adds the suffix “Mrs.” to her name. She gets so much respect even from people whom hitherto, couldn't care less about her. And for that reason, every woman can’t wait to join the league of the married.So you are with this guy who tastes as sweet as honey to you. And as far as you are concerned, he’s husband material. Well, it doesn't hurt to be a little bit careful by checking out some warning signs you shouldn't marry him in order to avoid a disaster.4 Warning Signs you shouldn't Marry…
  • How to Overcome Jealousy in your Relationship

    28 Jan 2015 | 9:11 pm
    This is one phenomenon that we've all suffered from at some point in our lives. They say if you love someone, it’s only natural for you to get jealous when they get too close with someone else, most especially of the opposite sex. But hey, we still get jealous even when they don’t get “too” close with someone else. If some of us had our way, we would tie our partners to our waist with a rope and follow them wherever they go. Why? So we could watch their every move, and know the exact number of people they talk to. You don’t want to be like that, do you? It’s important that you…
  • Signs your Man is a Keeper

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

  • Chris & Chelsea’s Eurotrip: Part 2 – Italy

    Chris Martin
    15 Apr 2015 | 11:30 am
    Over the last few weeks, Chelsea and I have been on holiday around Europe. We made three stops along our way. The first was in Greece, the second Italy, and our final destination was the UK. In this article, we pick up where we left off. At the end of our time in Greece, I […] The post Chris & Chelsea’s Eurotrip: Part 2 – Italy appeared first on Love My Brit .
  • Chris & Chelsea’s Eurotrip: Part 1 – Greece

    Chris Martin
    7 Apr 2015 | 7:25 am
    Chelsea and I have not posted much to Love My Brit recently, but there is a good reason for that! We have been on our first true holiday together. Like many LDRs this is not our first time together, we have made plenty of visits between the UK & USA before (which you can read […] The post Chris & Chelsea’s Eurotrip: Part 1 – Greece appeared first on Love My Brit .
  • Top 20 Things Being in a LDR Has Taught Me

    Chris Martin
    11 Mar 2015 | 3:30 am
    Long distance relationships can be an enlightening experience. They are certainly not easy, and no-one chooses to be in a long distance relationship, it is just an unfortunate circumstance. However, through all the difficulties, there is a lot to be learnt. In all honesty I think that being in a LDR with Chelsea (which you […] The post Top 20 Things Being in a LDR Has Taught Me appeared first on Love My Brit .
  • The K-1 Fiancé Visa: A Guide to the Application

    Chelsea Johnson
    4 Mar 2015 | 2:30 am
    Preparing your application for the K-1 fiancé visa is without a doubt a daunting process. The opinion on what needs to be included varies depending on who you talk with, but there are a lot of simple things that are definitely required. It seems, however, that what is required is divided into two parts. First […] The post The K-1 Fiancé Visa: A Guide to the Application appeared first on Love My Brit .
  • The K-1 Fiancé Visa: A Guide to the Petition

    Chelsea Johnson
    22 Feb 2015 | 11:25 am
    This is our guide to the tedious K1-Fiancé Visa I-129F petition. Both the petitioner and foreign fiancé will have to provide a significant amount of documentation to prove to immigration officials that your relationship is not fraudulent. We would recommend starting to plan out what you intend to provide at least six months ahead of your application submission. […] The post The K-1 Fiancé Visa: A Guide to the Petition appeared first on Love My Brit .
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  • books to read

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    28 Mar 2015 | 12:24 am
    The post books to read appeared first on Palchoice. This post is for all those book lovers, who like to read and read and read more… I have read all these books while i was preparing for my management entrance exam. I know it sound odd but this is how i started my reading habit. This post can also help all those who are [...] The post books to read appeared first on Palchoice.
  • 15 life lessons from ancient text panchtantra

    admin
    15 Dec 2014 | 12:33 am
    The post 15 life lessons from ancient text panchtantra appeared first on Palchoice. Man quest is always to learn new things. But we can learn so many new things from our ancient history also. The ancient text is full of wisdom quotes and text. They can teach us how to live a wonderful life. Recently I completed reading the ancient Indian text panchtantra. I tell you this book [...] The post 15 life lessons from ancient text panchtantra appeared first on Palchoice.
  • 16 wake up early quotes to inspire you

    admin
    28 Nov 2014 | 10:21 am
    The post 16 wake up early quotes to inspire you appeared first on Palchoice.   Why is there  so much fuss about waking up early in the morning? Why your mother keep on pestering you from the day you started your school to get up early in the morning? What’s so magical about getting up early in the morning? Let’s get it clear that every person is different. Some [...] The post 16 wake up early quotes to inspire you appeared first on Palchoice.
  • top 9 famous quotes of chanakya

    admin
    23 Nov 2014 | 12:39 am
    The post top 9 famous quotes of chanakya appeared first on Palchoice. Chanakya was an acclaimed Indian teacher, philosopher, and royal advisor. A professor of economics and political science at the ancient Takshashila University, Chanakya is widely credited for having played the most important role in the establishment of the Maurya Empire. Maurya empire was the first empire in archaeologically recorded history to rule most of the Indian subcontinent. [...] The post top 9 famous quotes of chanakya appeared first on Palchoice.
  • 7 ways to motivate yourself for studies

    admin
    17 Nov 2014 | 6:55 am
    The post 7 ways to motivate yourself for studies appeared first on Palchoice. Do you find it difficult to motivate yourself for studies? Or do you want to find the ways to motivate your children for studies? If your answer is yes to above questions then I think you are landed on the right place. In this article, I am going to share some of the practical things [...] The post 7 ways to motivate yourself for studies appeared first on Palchoice.
 
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    Quips and Tips for Love

  • How to Get Help for Your Marriage

    Laurie Pawlik-Kienlen
    13 Apr 2015 | 10:19 am
    Getting marriage help is both simple and complicated. These tips on how to get help for your marriage are inspired by The Marriage Parable – and by a reader’s comment. In Desperate Marriages: Moving... The post How to Get Help for Your Marriage appeared first on Quips and Tips for Love.
  • How to Stop Relationship Anxiety

    Laurie Pawlik-Kienlen
    6 Apr 2015 | 10:58 am
    If you learn how to stop relationship anxiety, you’ll find peace, joy, and hope. These tips for stopping anxiety from affecting your relationship are inspired by a reader’s comment – and by The Parable... The post How to Stop Relationship Anxiety appeared first on Quips and Tips for Love.
  • How Do You Know When Your Marriage is Over?

    Laurie Pawlik-Kienlen
    4 Apr 2015 | 10:47 am
    A reader asked “How do you know when your marriage is over?” While the signs are different for everyone, there are a few common denominators. Uncertainty, grief, and fear are the most common emotions... The post How Do You Know When Your Marriage is Over? appeared first on Quips and Tips for Love.
  • What to Do After a Breakup – Emotional Healing

    Laurie Pawlik-Kienlen
    30 Mar 2015 | 9:35 am
    These suggestions for emotional healing will help you know what to do after a breakup. They’re inspired by The Parable of the Tiger and the Strawberries – one of my favorite stories of acceptance,... The post What to Do After a Breakup – Emotional Healing appeared first on Quips and Tips for Love.
  • How to Let Go of a Relationship

    Laurie Pawlik-Kienlen
    23 Mar 2015 | 9:15 am
    Letting go of relationships – whether a long marriage or a short friendship – might be the hardest thing you’ll ever do. These tips on how to let go of a relationship are inspired... The post How to Let Go of a Relationship appeared first on Quips and Tips for Love.
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    CityPeople News » Relationship & Sex

  • 1yr down, forever to go! Happy Anniversary Olamiju & Hadiza Okoya

    CityPeopleNews
    20 Apr 2015 | 6:11 am
    1yr down, forever to go! Happy Anniversary Olamiju & Hadiza Okoya Former Oyo governor Adebayo Alao-Akala’s son Olamiju Alao-Akala and billionaire businessman, Rasaq Okoya’s daughter Hadiza Okoya, who got married April 20th 2014 are celebrating their first wedding anniversary today. They released this superhero-themed pics to celebrate. Congrats to them. I If you enjoyed this post, you should read this: Photo: How A Man I Dated For 8 Months Threw Me Out Of A Moving Vehicle
  • Spend time together! Been in the same room together is not enough.

    CityPeopleNews
    20 Apr 2015 | 12:44 am
    Spend time together! Been in the same room together is not enough.   It isn’t enough to just be in the same room with someone. A key ingredient in giving your spouse quality time is giving them focused attention, especially in this era of many distractions. When a father is sitting on the floor, rolling a ball to his two-year-old, his attention is not focused on the ball but on his child. For that brief moment, however long it lasts, they are together. If, however, the father is talking on the phone while he rolls the ball, his attention is diluted. Some husbands and wives think they…
  • 45 GREAT Marriage Advice You Should Emulate, From Couples Who’ve Been Married For Many Years

    CityPeopleNews
    20 Apr 2015 | 12:24 am
    45 GREAT Marriage Advice You Should Emulate, From Couples Who’ve Been Married For Many Years    What is the best thing to say to two young newlyweds starting a life together? Well, given that marriage is just about the biggest, scariest and most amazing commitment one can ever make (second to having children, of course), perhaps it would be good for this father of a newly minted bride to share some words of wisdom from people who have been married for years. – If you think she’s beautiful, tell her. – Make dinner together. Eat dinner together. Go to bed together. – Your…
  • “With her I’m everything I wasn’t with you.”- READ this Amazing story. My new life, with my new wife

    CityPeopleNews
    20 Apr 2015 | 12:14 am
    “With her I’m everything I wasn’t with you.”- READ this Amazing story. My new life, with my new wife I wrote a piece that was part of a series called “Letters to My Ex”, hosted by The Naked Convos (TNC).  My letter was titled “My New Life with My New Wife” . Enjoy! It’s been a while since the last time I saw you I thought about you today and I remembered the end. The day I said “We can still be friends” while you sat frozen in the car, wordless for the rest of the journey. You may not remember how I kept driving at a snail’s pace…as though the time it…
  • T.N King: “The new side chick”- Queens, learn to stop giving too much too soon

    CityPeopleNews
    19 Apr 2015 | 11:59 pm
    T.N King: “The new side chick”- Queens, learn to stop giving too much too soon A side chick is commonly known as a mistress or a woman that’s romantically involved with a man who is in a committed relationship.  However after doing some reflecting, I realize that’s not the only type of side chick.  I want to discuss “the new side chick”–a woman who decides to stay by a man’s side after he has expressed his lack of relationship intentions with her through his words or actions.  So many women have made this mistake at least once in their lifetime, and…
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    After the Affair - Infidelity Healing

  • Am I Stupid to Want to Save my Marriage?

    Mellie
    5 Apr 2015 | 4:54 pm
    If you have recently discovered that your spouse cheated on you, your first thought likely goes straight to divorce. After all, they say that “once a cheater, always a cheater”, right? Not to mention the embarrassment of your friends and family knowing that you’re even thinking of staying with the cheater. There are so many things to think about when you find out your spouse cheated. The first thing you find out is that your spouse, whom you are supposed to be able to be vulnerable with, and who is supposed to love you above all others is imperfect. The next thing you realize is that in…
  • 50 Ways to Crush the Things That Are Keeping You From Happiness And The Relationship You Deserve

    Mellie
    27 Mar 2015 | 5:28 pm
    Married couples whose lives have been disrupted by infidelity face a certain fact: their marriage will never be the same. Whether that leads to divorce or to a stronger marriage in the end, is in large part determined by how much effort and patience go into saving the marriage. Partners who devote themselves to redefining their marriage after infidelity stand a fighting chance of ending up with an even better marriage than they had before. One thing both professionals and those who have been there before you agree on is that you will need to alter your habits. Both spouses will need to change…
  • 5 Concepts to Wrap Your Brain Around That Could Save Your Marriage

    Mellie
    8 Mar 2015 | 8:17 am
    We all hate rules, but if you’re married, there may come a point when there are a certain few to abide by. That point comes when your marriage is starting to falter and you’re not sure how to go about the tricky process of fixing things before it’s too late. Here we have some of the most effective rules of marriage, culled from the vast resources of the internet, just for you. See if you can’t incorporate a few this week, even if you don’t yet see any signs of danger in your own marriage. It could mean the difference between never having to worry about saving…
  • Dealing With Infidelity: How to Get Beyond Raw Emotion and Survive an Affair

    Mellie
    1 Mar 2015 | 6:12 am
    Here we take a look at how various couples moved through the process of dealing with infidelity, from the discovery to the pure emotional phase, and what lay beyond. What they show us is that emotions are just that: a phase. Eventually, emotions come under control and the real work of healing can begin. Sound advice is given, as well as what not to do! Find Support from a Friend Anyone who’s cheated on feels frantic about their situation, and when people are desperate they often do rash things. That’s not what you want to happen! Keep calm and call a friend, says the author of…
  • How Alone Time Can Help Save Your Marriage

    Mellie
    22 Feb 2015 | 8:31 am
    Do you remember the beginning of your marriage when you couldn’t wait to get off work and finish all your chores so you could see each other? That’s the power of being apart. Then, when you get together you don’t want silly issues to infect the time you have together so you both try a little harder and are on a little bit better behavior. If that sounds superficial to you, you couldn’t be more wrong. There is power in being apart, not just for your relationship together, but for your own mental health and well being. You Both Need Your Own Space Some people get married and seem to…
 
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  • Videos of people getting caught having sex in office

    Johan
    20 Apr 2015 | 9:00 am
    3 Videos of people getting caught having sex in office Caught having sex in office # 1  Busted at the storage room- Super funny Caught having sex in office # 2 In the cuisine Caught having sex in office # 3 Boss filmed with a secretary in Mexico If you want to get the weekly updates about […] The post Videos of people getting caught having sex in office appeared first on Cupidious.com.
  • 8 tips on how to attract a guy at work

    Johan
    15 Apr 2015 | 9:00 am
    8 strategies on how to attract a guy at work Purely instinctively, men are not difficult to figure out of. Whenever they see a woman, they scan the woman. They look at her eyes, then her breasts and maybe even ties and behind.  It’s like a computer program that is standard for every man in this […] The post 8 tips on how to attract a guy at work appeared first on Cupidious.com.
  • 9 great tips on how to make a guy want you at work

    . Paul
    14 Apr 2015 | 9:00 am
    9 tips on how to make a guy want you at work (and everywhere else) How do you make a guy want you at work or any other place? Well, we know men are mainly attracted to the superficial, at least at the very beginning. If you make sure to look great, then you’ll be able to […] The post 9 great tips on how to make a guy want you at work appeared first on Cupidious.com.
  • Work and dating in Germany

    Johan
    13 Apr 2015 | 9:00 am
    One out of five people falls in love at work in Germany For lots of people, online dating isn’t necessary. Why go online when you have what you are looking for right in front of you? Falling for someone at work is a widespread phenomenon, also in Germany. In a survey conducted lead by the […] The post Work and dating in Germany appeared first on Cupidious.com.
  • Sex at work statistics- What do people think about sex with colleagues?

    Johan
    4 Apr 2015 | 3:00 pm
    The truth about sex at your workplace Relationships between colleagues are not uncommon at all! According to a survey conducted by Liz Ryan, from business Insider, sex dating at work is such a natural thing that we shouldn’t be regulated at all. And, to be frank, why should it? You have very probably spent time gazing […] The post Sex at work statistics- What do people think about sex with colleagues? appeared first on Cupidious.com.
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    The Center For Family Unity - San Diego, CA

  • What To Do When Your Older Child Is Wetting The Bed

    Kellye Laughery
    10 Apr 2015 | 9:11 am
    Are you worried about the fact your child still wets the bed? Have you reached the end of your patience with nightly upsets due to a cold, urine soaked bed? Has bedwetting caused your child to avoid spending overnights with … Continue reading → The post What To Do When Your Older Child Is Wetting The Bed appeared first on The Center For Family Unity - San Diego, CA.
  • How To Show Your Spouse You Love Them

    Kellye Laughery
    8 Apr 2015 | 10:29 am
    You may think that marriage is the ultimate show of love, but it’s still a relationship that requires constant work. If you’ve been having trouble showing your spouse how much you love and support them, we’ve got some tips for … Continue reading → The post How To Show Your Spouse You Love Them appeared first on The Center For Family Unity - San Diego, CA.
  • How To Talk So Kids Will Listen

    Kellye Laughery
    30 Mar 2015 | 10:25 am
    Parents: Are you frustrated because your kids aren’t listening to you? You’re not alone. You just need to learn how to talk, so your kids will listen. Try this: 1. Approach your children with the same respect you expect them … Continue reading → The post How To Talk So Kids Will Listen appeared first on The Center For Family Unity - San Diego, CA.
  • How To Respond To A Child With A Negative Attitude

    Kellye Laughery
    27 Mar 2015 | 11:13 am
      Negative attitudes can be hard to deal with, especially when they’re coming from your own child. We’ve got some ways to help you cope with your child’s behavior. Check your own behavior and attitude. Your children may be mirroring … Continue reading → The post How To Respond To A Child With A Negative Attitude appeared first on The Center For Family Unity - San Diego, CA.
  • How To Fix A Marriage

    Kellye Laughery
    25 Mar 2015 | 10:00 am
    Are you wondering how to fix a broken marriage?  Are you feeling the sting of your mate’s criticism too frequently? Does your mate seem to make statements that indicate contempt for you as a person? Are the two of you … Continue reading → The post How To Fix A Marriage appeared first on The Center For Family Unity - San Diego, CA.
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  • Cinco De Mayo Clip Art, Crafts, Coloring Pages, Cakes 2015

    Printables1
    17 Apr 2015 | 11:46 am
    Cinco De Mayo Clip Art, Crafts, Coloring Pages, Cakes 2015: Hello mates Cinco De Mayo is around the corner and mostly people have started searching for the Cinco De Mayo Clip Art, Crafts, Coloring Pages, Cakes 2015. we know that It is celebrated by the Mexican-American communities in the American for victory over French forces at the Battle of Puebla on 5th May. And 5th of May is too close so they are right on their way. Well we have planned to upload some pics, Coloring pages for Needy people and especially for the kids, they can download coloring pages from here and can colored it…
  • Happy Cinco De Mayo 2015 Funny Quotes, Sayings, Jokes

    Printables1
    17 Apr 2015 | 10:56 am
    Happy Cinco De Mayo 2015 Funny Quotes, Sayings, Jokes: Cinco de Mayo is a day of celebration of Independence, Mexican heritage, and Democracy, Which is celebrated by the Mexicans on the 5th of April. However, Cinco de Mayo is not Mexican Independence Day which falls on September 16. The 5th of May is the celebration of the defeat of Napoleon III in Mexico, but is largely only celebrated in the United States. So for this event we are collected some best Happy Cinco De Mayo 2015 Funny Quotes, Sayings, Jokes, which is really awesome. You can send these Funny quotes to your loved ones from here.
  • Cinco De Mayo Funny Pictures, Quotes, Sayings, Facebook Status

    Printables1
    17 Apr 2015 | 10:34 am
    Cinco De Mayo Funny Pictures, Quotes, Sayings, Facebook Status: Hello people, Cinco De Mayo is celebrated on the 5th of April every year, Most of the people have started searching for the Cinco De Mayo Funny Pictures, Quotes, Sayings, Facebook Status, because they will have to send funny Quotes and sayings to their loved ones on this day. Even some people will also looking for the Funny CInco De Mayo Status. We are going to upload some funny Cinco De Mayo Pictures, Jokes and status. We hope you will really enjoy this jokes and Funny Quotes. Check out now. Cinco De Mayo Funny Pictures,…
  • Martina Roadies X2 Full Name, Wiki, Images, Audition, Facebook

    Printables1
    13 Apr 2015 | 2:32 am
    Martina Roadies X2 Full Name, Wiki, Images, Audition, Facebook: Martina is team member of the Ranvijay Gang, which is strongest group among the all three remaining group. Ranvijay has the 11 years experienced in the roadies even he also been a part Roadies Winner, So these are positive factor for the team members of the Ranvijay. As we know that Ranvijay has now six members including aviral, Martina. Truly speaking Martina is Hot girl and she is looking gorgeous and believe me she can also be the winner of Roadies X2. Martina Roadies X2 Full Name, Wiki, Images, Audition, Facebook In Nepal…
  • Happy Baisakhi Wishes, Greetings, Messages, Quotes, SMS in Punjabi

    Printables1
    8 Apr 2015 | 10:42 am
    Happy Baisakhi Wishes, Greetings, Messages, Quotes, SMS in Punjabi: Baisakhi is indian festival which is celebrated on the April month. So people Celebrate this Baisakhi in a more vibrant manner with special Baisakhi SMS, Quotes, Greetings!! Choose and send a special Happy Baisakhi Wishes, Greetings, Messages, Quotes, SMS in Punjabi  to your dear ones from our splendid collection of Baisakhi SMS in Hindi, English, Punjabi and some very funny Baisakhi Text Messages that will surely make the recipient laugh with joy. You can also tag these Messages and wishes to your friends. Happy Baisakhi…
 
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  • 7 Guys Talk About Things They Would Never Ever Tell Their Girlfriends

    Aanchal Kanodia
    14 Apr 2015 | 12:14 am
    ©frederikkejuWe all know that guys do not function like girls. Their mouth is like a seriously guarded armored truck. They prefer shutting down and locking their thoughts. So why do they do this? Is it because their inner thoughts are too creepy for the world? Or they are just plain sensitive that it might hurt their girl’s feelings?That said, we have got some guys to open up and tell us what are the things he'll never tell you to be on the safe side. Take a good look on these valuable insights as these might just save your life!!What are the things he'll never tell you?That I watch more…
  • 15 Things Only Younger Siblings Will Understand

    Aanchal Kanodia
    11 Apr 2015 | 3:57 am
    ©everydayfamilyYou love them. You hate them. You feel you are stuck with them. You want to tear off their head. But you can’t live without them. No matter how much the younger ones deny, an elder sibling is an irreplaceable presence in their lives.I know being the younger sibling can be the most annoying thing ever. No matter how big you become you will always be considered a baby who is incapable of making her/his own decisions. Your elder sibling might be a bane to your very existence; but they are ones who make you laugh and give you unconditional support; you don’t choose them nor do…
  • 10 Most Desirable Women In The World!

    Aanchal Kanodia
    7 Apr 2015 | 3:34 am
    World is a beautiful place; There are ample of women who grace our monotonous lives. These women just do not possess outer beauty but also have golden hearts and are admired by everyone making them the most desirable women.So what is it that makes many of us aspire to become like these women? Is there just there pretty face or there is more? Of course you didn’t think popsomelove would just settle on looks, did you? We got many guys to confess what actually makes these wonderful ladies so desirable. Check out the list of top 10 most desirable women in the world!A List of Most Desirable…
  • 11 SIGNS TO SHOW THAT YOUR RELATIONSHIP IS A KEEPER!

    Jonna Jiji
    7 Apr 2015 | 2:14 am
    Disney and Hollywood taught us that for a relationship to work, all you needed was ‘love’. Well, that’s not really helped us so far because every time we followed our heart, we got into weird situations. If you want your relationship to work out in the long run, use this checklist to see if you are in the right relationship or not. If you don’t seem to have most of the points, maybe it’s time to get a little worried. Your relationship may go downhill soon.Total Honesty You are honest with each other no matter what. Even when you know that the other person would flip out after…
  • 14 REASONS WHY BEING SINGLE IS KICK-ASS!

    Jonna Jiji
    19 Mar 2015 | 6:41 am
    ©Ron Smits/London Ent/Splash NewsTo be in a relationship or not to be…the gigantic question which just about drives everyone nuts. Do you push past the difficult phases of the relationship and stay committed or throw all care to the wind and run out the door? Haven’t you had it up till here with these relationships which all lead to one point? Disappointment. What does it mean to be single anymore? It means that you are your own boss. You can get pink highlights, walk around in a micro mini dress and not bend over for anyone.We think that being single is awesome and here are a few…
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  • 8 steps to a signature scent

    7 Apr 2015 | 12:43 pm
    First of all you need to know your product. Very often we purchase a scent on a whim or simply because we are overwhelmed by the fragrances in a perfumery, only to later find out it is not what you thought it is. This might sound too technical but believe me it would be a well spent 10 minutes of your internet life.You probably know a handful of people whose scents have stayed with them for so long that they have become a part of who they are.  That Zegna scentwhich always baffled you on that guy who later became your boyfriend. Your mum who smelled of vanilla and your ballet teacher who…
  • You are my Sunshine

    3 Apr 2015 | 12:57 pm
  • 2 unusual video you will want to watch again and share

    2 Apr 2015 | 2:21 am
    Today we discovered some cool videos by Serebro, a popular Russian band featuring a trio of awesome ladies. This video is hilarious and well made in our opinion at Nymphs of Calypso. We thought it deserved being shared with our followers. With more than 18 million views, we are not the only ones.And if you liked that you may like also like their journey through time. Not sure which we like best so we thought why not post them both and let you decide ;)
  • I can proof to you that love exists

    31 Mar 2015 | 1:32 am
    Google 'Does love exist' and it will be immediately obvious that the debate is open. Some scientists say no, arguing that the human being is essentially an animal and not designed for monogamous existence. Surely scientists know better, but maybe not.Another Google search this time for "monogamous animals" and one can find that more than a couple of species form life long bonds. The furry, tree-swinging gibbon doesn't monkey around with a lot of partners in its 35- to 40-year lifespan. It's usually "'til death do us part" for wolves. After mating, beavers spend as much time maintaining…
  • More Love

    28 Mar 2015 | 1:44 am
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