It takes a lot of courage to believe in ourselves when people want us to change so that they can feel better. We need to keep reminding ourselves that we're all right just as we are -- because we've decided it and we're not letting anyone else make that decision for us anymore.
You've decided to start your own business -- opening a shop, taking on consulting clients, writing that book, or any of a hundred other business ideas out there -- congratulations! You know it's going to take time, money, and a lot of hard work, but you're ready to go.
How can you have two of your most serious marital problems BEFORE you're married? Now you're also probably worried. After all, there are so many problems in a marriage, it's very difficult to have a successful one, especially if you really are looking for ever after. Now there's something else to worry about?
After being married for two decades, I've noticed a couple of things about arguing with my husband. Probably the most surprising thing is the complete lack of variety.
Domestic violence is still a major concern in our society. Change has to start with all of us. I hope you don't wait until the month of October to have this conversation with a loved one. The time is now- well, it should be now.
Our dynamics -- solitary or relational -- can be an opportunity for self discovery. We can view every encounter as a mirror through which to discover ...
My broken heart showed me everything about myself that I was no longer satisfied with, and my cancer diagnosis gave me the strength and determination to do something about it.
Put simply, we need to do some unlearning in our lives. I have observed that there are key things we do that keep us stuck, unhappy and living in the past. By holding on and continuing to do these we are guilty of sabotaging our success, our sense of peace and our joy.
I think life is all about learning. If we don't keep learning how to be a better person, then what's the point of it all? So if you view judgmental people as just another life lesson, it will help.
Whether you're a year into matrimonial bliss or celebrating a decade of wedlock, you'll benefit big-time from this romance wisdom. In fact, you don't even have to be hitched to learn a thing or two about love.
Fear keeps us in that unfulfilling career, in the unsatisfying relationship. It keeps us from living our dreams and moving forward with what we really want.
Great Love is in going out of your way once in a while to do something thoughtful and loving for your partner, and it's about loving each other even when you hate each other. If you've found this, cherish it -- it IS the fairy tale.
How's your relationship? Remember when you first started dating your significant other? Just being around them made you feel giddy. You wanted nothing...
If you're seeing multiple warning signs or a progressive pattern develop, you should be concerned. Be wise, trust your instincts, and protect yourself. If something doesn't sound or feel right, do what's best for you and keep yourself safe.
Intimate photography really takes on new meaning when significant others give voice to their love, their dedication, their commitment and their quirks and play out their fantasies without inhibitions.