I don't mind admitting here, that since I became a Mum, I've had moments, brief but definite moments where I've been so tired, so bone crushingly tired that I've had enough of the odd argument we've been embroiled in and thought to myself...is this really worth it anymore? Do I really want to be in a relationship?
I'm not a Ph.D. I'm not a CPA. I'm not an M.D. I don't have my MBA and I don't drive a BMW. Heck, I don't even have a JOB. As you can see, I have no initials after my name. I've traveled the highway of life for 77 years and have learned, laughed and cried along the way.
Everyone wants to feel important and secure in his or her social group. Many people simply repeat what they have learned in the past, unaware that those ways of being and acting haven't helped. The good news is that these new behaviors often rapidly produce positive results.
Falling in love is a feeling of a natural high; a state of ecstasy. It is a warm euphoric connection, running through the mist of your bare soul, propelling towards someone you deeply care for.
At the end of the day, as people and as professionals, we only desire the best for ourselves. We must remember that being the best in multiple arenas is possible if we plan and prepare for it.
After 30 years, I found my soul mate. I love him and will fight for him, even if he gets to a point where he can't fight for himself. I will make sure his wishes, whatever they are, are carried out.
Jody B. Miller is CEO of C2C Executive Search & Strategic Management and the Author of HIRED! Expert Advice from A Leading Wall Street Recruiter. H...
As calm and collected as I may be in matters of dating, I'm still human. I still care deeply about the man friends with whom I share "benefits." I respect them and would never want to hurt them. But the problem, I'm finding, with being the ever-desirable Cool Girl, is that I end up getting hurt quite a bit because I have given the men in my life the impression that anything goes.
It can be really intimidating to call a date a date. But new research suggests that when you DTR (define the relationship), it may lead to better marriages.
I speak with women everyday who tell me they don't want to give up who they are for a man. The funny thing is, men would never even think of giving up who they are for a relationship. Neither should you.
I consider myself very lucky. I was pregnant alongside 3 of my very good friends. There were 3 of us who were each 3 months behind the other one (me...
A healthy relationship is about give and give, not give and take. It's not even 50/50, it's more like 100/100. There is no "part time" relationship, you're either in... or you're out.
We live in a society where everything is possible and we are constantly moving toward an era of not being defined by our gender. In this era it is possible to have platonic friends and be nothing more than best friends and almost siblings. I will share with you six reasons why coed friendships are the best.
From time to time, you can witness people discuss, debate and even argue online. You see, the Internet is just as diverse as all of life simply is.
I'm absolutely obsessed with women. There's something beautiful about every single one of us. Female movement is alluring and mysterious, our bodies soft and smooth and the feminine touch is profoundly healing.