Building Your Relationship
I am Delisha from Charlotte. Recently I have moved here from Boston. I had a great time in living in Boston. Had a good circle of friends. Now looking to make new friends here as well as searching for a steady relationship. Recently saw an ad of The Relationship Company on TV. Can anybody guide me if its worth a try. Please share with me all your experiences. Hope to make new friends in the process.
Hey everyone it's me I know it's been a long time since I wrote to this site but I've been thinking about a lot of things lately! 2006 is going to be a good year I think. I thought my girl & I had broken up but I was wrong we're slowly getting back togather again & looked at an apartment togather, One bedroom,great big living room, washer, dryer,dishwasher,big back porch! It's sooooooooooooooo nice & enough room for when our daughter comes over for the weekend.
True we need to still to talk about our problems but my heart is still saying YES!
With a divorce rate in this country that approaches
50%, and a fairly sizable percentage of marriages that
aren’t particularly blissful, it’s difficult to avoid
searching for the answer to the battle of the sexes.
Would you like to stop searching?
We’ve moved through the old paradigm of getting
your needs met in relationships, and it has proven
itself to be a miserable failure.
Attempting to get your needs met in your relationship
What to Do When You Are Alone for the Holidays
Margaret Paul, Ph.D.
Being alone for the holidays is a major challenge for many people. Holidays often conjure images of family, of warmth and the sharing of special time. Loneliness can be overwhelming when you have no one with whom to share holiday time.
Many people, however, miss the point of what holidays are really about and what makes them special. Holidays are not about what you GET – they are about what you GIVE.
Ten Ways to Add Abundance To Your Mind, Your Life & Your World
Abundance isn't something you find from the outside. Abundance begins within and radiates outward. Find the ways that increase your abundance inside. Add time to your day, simplify, or make a difference in the world. Gratitude multiplies. Find something in these ten ways to add abundance to your life and enjoy the positive results it will attract.
1. Step up and become a world peacemaker. Volunteer to help keep peace in the world. Yes, even one hour this year will make a difference.
Whose Thought is it Anyway?
Winter is finally yielding to spring in the New England town I live in. I woke up this morning excited to go outside for a walk to feel the warming air and sunshine on my face. As I walked briskly throughout my neighborhood I was grateful for my life and all my blessings.
As I was breathing in all those good feelings I became aware of some not so nice thoughts that began nudging me for attention.
Thoughts like, you’ll never make it as a coach, you’re not good enough, don’t let down your guard, you’ll wind up alone.
Don't Be Afraid of her Hoo Hoo: How to properly eat your girl's vagina
dDawg (Serena and Amy)
[GayRites Editor's Note: This is written for straight men but our lesbian members should have no problem making the translation!]
This article is for members who want learn how to properly eat a woman's vagina, or who've heard that it might not be all that bad to put their face down there, and for women who want to get their man to eat them period, improvement in performance can come later.
We are not experts.
Women's Sexual Expression
Kali Munro, M.Ed.
Have you ever wondered whether other women, lesbian or straight have problems with sex? Do you worry that you're the only one who makes passionate love at the beginning of a relationship and then withdraws? Or perhaps you enjoy making love to your partner, but feel uncomfortable receiving sexual pleasure? If any of these sound familiar, you are not alone.
Barriers to Feeling Comfortable with Your Sexuality
While we may believe that sex should flow naturally and easily, the reality is often different.
Sex Without Intimacy and Intimacy Without SexKevin B. Burk, Author of The Relationship Handbook
We no longer feel the social pressure to confine sex to committed relationships. In fact, we're free to explore our sexuality with just about anyone we like. Sex is now an accepted recreational activity. What we often don't realize, however, is that even casual, recreational sex still involves intimacy. We may have overcome our fear and shame about sex, but many of us still have issues regarding intimacy.
We Need Our Feelings
Do you struggle with knowing and accepting how you feel? If you do, you are not alone. It may be the most common problem there is, and yet the single most important thing to learn. Our feelings are important because they help us to know ourselves, to be real, and to connect deeply with other people. Almost every psychological problem relies on some distortion or denial of feelings.
For example, people who struggle with intimacy in relationships are often afraid of feeling vulnerable with another person -- it scares or overwhelms them.