February is An Affair to Remember month. This makes perfect sense to me and other women of my generation who shed buckets of tears over this movie. Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr. A beautiful theme song that also makes me cry. So romantic. So tragic. Spoiler alert: Such a happy ending.
If we're talking love here, my daughter is, in all humbling truthfulness, my one true Valentine. The one for whom I would joyously lay my life down.
Berlin, so far, has been cathartic for me. I've watched a movie, The Dreamed Ones by Ruth Beckermann, that reinvents the idea of romance and takes it to a cerebral level, thus suggesting the concept that in order to love, we don't have to be next to a person, it's enough to feel them to carry them in our heart.
A local acquaintance won't be celebrating his Valentine's Day at a concert, restaurant, romantic movie, dancing or any other place where thoughtful significant others often go to celebrate a great holiday. He'll be celebrating it at the local hospice care, while his wife receives chemo treatment.
According to the findings of a new survey commissioned by Intel, a quarter of Americans believe it can. The report goes on to hint that in the future, the all encompassing phrase "IoT" won't just stand for the Internet-of-Things, it will herald in a new terminology, built around the idea of the "Intimacy-of-Things."
In leaving a voicemail, we are engaged in simultaneously creating and then delivering a message, even if our goal is to convey our loving feeling: Live, on-stage -- one take, no revisions. Many people leave them as they attend to other tasks.
Forget the candy, Aruba is giving one lucky couple, getting married on Valentine's Day at the Empire State Building one very sweet wedding gift, a ...
Many of my insomnia patients, both single and coupled, confess to struggling with a particularly challenging strain of loneliness that shows up when they can't get to sleep. The liminal dream dialog offers a unique opportunity to provide support to and deepen intimacy with our partner.
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It's true what they say, 'love is not found outside, but within yourself.' Question is why do we look outside for love rather than within? Check o...
What's better than a box of chocolates on Valentine's Day? A homemade chocolate dessert, of course. From Chocolate Bread Pudding to Chocolate Cupcakes to Chocolate Cream Pie, these desserts are sure to make your sweetheart swoon.
I don't like February. I find it cruel, and generally untrustworthy. It's like the cat of months. Here are six reasons why.
It's not the flowers, gifts or candle-lit dinners. While those are lovely, it's the everyday, little things that stack up. I know I'm a serious piece of work. Complicated. So is my husband. "Our love, beats the stops and starts, of complicated hearts."
Seeing how we are loved through other's eyes can be really powerful if you let it be. So many of us struggle with accepting compliments, but there is nothing wrong with that. Use this opportunity to remember that it is okay to feel special and it is okay to be told you are loved.
While some may look at Valentine's Day as strictly a celebration of romantic love between two adults (or, no doubt, that teenage angst of high school love), that love between a parent and her child can be a wonderful part of the holiday's celebration too.
Rather than listing the wonderful things about you that make me love you, I'm going to take a moment to thank you for all the things that you are not, all the things you don't do, the things you could never be.