Apparently, Karma has a very different opinion of enough is enough and there are lessons yet to be learned and new perspectives each day, even after almost 22 years as a divorce lawyer.
I observe many children who are snubbed by digitally-preoccupied parents: a girl who can't get her dad's attention because he's watching a game on his phone, a solemn boy whose mom is so taken with posts and pictures on her phone that she doesn't say a word to him for the entire meal.
So often we think we can't make money doing what we love so we do not begin. We separate our job from the work we truly love to do. Getting started on a passion project overwhelms us and we never start. We think an entire life change is required when this is not necessarily true.
I know it's hard to hear this, but I'll say it anyway: The world does not owe you love, affection, intimacy, or a perfect partner. This is Earth, not a fine dining establishment, and you cannot just order up a dish and then be all bent out of shape when it doesn't just show up as you sit there, starving. We're all brown bagging it.
I never write about my ex-wife. It's her life. But I want to write about divorce because the entire thing is a scam. By the way, let's discuss marriage for a second.
Dating can be fun. Look at the process as a way to meet new people - and to reacquaint yourself with the skills you'll need to figure out who would be a good fit. Value your life as an individual and realize a partner should complement and not replace the life you already have.
Co-authored by Jody Porowski, CEO of Avelist Friendships are often formed when we meet people who have things in ...
Start embracing the value of building relationships with everyone and anyone even though you do not see how they might help you right now. There is always something that you learn distinctly from every connection you nurture.
Laurie Rubin, who has been blind since birth, has had her share of challenges, and is no stranger to discrimination. This week, the internationally acclaimed opera singer debuts an inspiring new musical, which she has co-written, on September 18, at the Japanese Cultural Arts Center, Los Angeles.
I'm adding "Rock Star" to my resume, which already includes a few job titles like writer, health/soul coach, mom, and traveler. Yet, I have no inten...
Pursue her. Make sure she knows you want her in more ways than just the physical. Pursue her mind. Pursue her heart. Pursue her in every way possible.
I recently went to a novelty party, which is like a Tupperware party, but with sex toys. A bunch of women get together in somebody's living room, drink enough wine to float the Titanic off its iceberg, and watch a sales rep -- one of the moms from the carpool line -- hawk the latest in 'pleasure accessories.'
Dating apps have turned traditional courtship on its head. It's a brave new world out there, but if you're single, you may have been led to believe that we've left the good old days behind for a dystopian dating future where sexting is the modern equivalent of a love letter.
Guilt -- it's toxic, it eats away at you and it can stay with you for a lifetime. It's often a mix of many different emotions like sadness, hurt, anger, frustration, fear, jealousy, pride and shame.
After six years of intense spiritual study and meditation practice, I thought I understood what it meant to be a spiritual woman. That was until earlier this year when I became angrier than I had ever been at my mom.