Women are a minority in the workforce of tech. As a result of this, men, the majority in this field, play a very important part in paving the way to increase the numbers of women working in tech.
My last piece of advice is, don't let the divorce make you bitter. I am of the opinion that not being bitter is something you need to nip in the bud early in the divorce process. In other words, catch it now before it becomes habit
Knowing your typical sexual power role can be helpful in determining whether you are sexually compatible with your partner. In cases where couples can't seem to put their finger on the problem, when I discuss power dynamics, there is often mismatched power roles at play. Which power role do you feel most comfortable in?
IT'S YOUR FAULT. Ever said or thought those words before in relationship? It is so easy to assume that if 'he' were different, you would be happ...
There's a truth about making a relationship work that most people brush off. When we're young and in love, it can feel like the the love we're feeling...
With the popularity of dating websites and services steadily on the rise, it's surprising that roughly 50% of American adults are single. If you're...
Getting a divorce was emotionally crippling for me. I felt like a victim of life in losing everything that was important to me. I was giving up my home, job, a city I loved, a circle of friends I trusted, and the beauty of California. My loss brought me to my knees.
More and more women who, after taking two or more years off of work to stay at-home to raise their kids, were contacting me seeking support to re-en...
The first public Meditate The Vote event gathered individuals from the arenas of education, media, government, and religion. It catered to folks born in America and others who chose this as their country.
Some may scoff. Behaving properly may make us... well... proper, but it can't make us happy.
Different partners draw out of us different emotions -- some we didn't even know we had -- and sustaining a relationship becomes tedious from both ends. But we must ensure that at least we're doing our part. So how do we navigate it through it all and improve the quality of our love?
When I booked in for a mastectomy, I assumed our sex life was over. Even though the surgeon promised his reconstruction job would have me looking better than new, my reservations were almost overwhelming.
I find it disturbing that more men have not made their voices heard during Kesha's battle against Dr. Luke and Sony. Hopefully I am not the only dude in the room who feels this way. I don't care if you are a fan of Kesha's music or not.
The opportunity to learn about another person's life experiences and culture can be enlightening. You may discover you like some of his traditions better. Staying in your "type" leaves out so many people from whom you might learn.
Navigating a divorce is hard. It takes time to get over the initial anger, pain, and hurt, but then you have a big decision to make. Are you going to stay in the world of anger and hurt or are you going to try to move through the change with honesty and grace?
Sure, we're all busy getting our s**t together and finding what works for us, but let me just say this: What happened to the damn magic?