There is a moment in life most of us have to face – a role reversal between us and our parents once they reach a certain age. This is one of the biggest challenges both for the family and the caregivers. The parents, once the pillars of the family are now turning into complete strangers, rundown and behaving like children, their old age brings on the first signs of dementia. Some topics are hard to go through but they have to be raised – and this is a straight talk about aging in the family and parenting your parents.
Love & Relationships
Some product brands are several cuts above the rest. The ones that exceed our expectations and wow us with their top-of-the-line qualities.
The same rationale applies to relationships – everyone wants to find his/her own perfect match. I’m not only talking about finding successful dudes, or women with great personalities but also be on the lookout for whether a specific person is in it for the long-run.
A keeper is someone who goes the extra mile just to make you feel appreciated or comforted, and to prove that he/she’s not only looking for the short-run but the Holy Grail of all relationships – marriage.
Have you found a keeper? Below are five traits that such persons exemplify…
Love is usually a human experience of one person for another, and romantic love exists between two persons of the opposite (or same) sexual orientation and gender. Love and relationships go hand-in- hand! Love is an emotion, the most valuable treasure for any and every relationship. Love within a relationship enables closeness, trust, loyalty, and romance for the couple.
Life isn’t about pleasing everyone who crosses your path. It isn’t meant to be lived doting upon everyone’s demands and expectations of you. Going through life this way will only serve to dampen your aura and lower your vibe. It will cause you to constantly feel on edge about things you might potentially do wrong, adding to levels of stress and anxiety.
So it’s no wonder that people who DO this to you, and make you feel this way, should be avoided at all costs. Granted, close friends and family who fall in this category is an argument best saved for later down the page. For now, let’s discuss the 8 toxic people to get rid of if you want any hope of becoming happier and more productive throughout the day.
It’s happened to everyone. Those moments when we try to act cool and come across as charming and suave – when in reality, we make a fool of ourselves and things become awkward. Both for you and for those around you. When things become awkward, they can be hard to bounce back from. Even if you attempt to laugh it off and move beyond the cringe-worthy moment, the awkward energy still has a way of lingering, and leaves an expectation of more awkwardness to ensue despite your best efforts.
So how do you avoid being painfully awkward when meeting someone new? Especially if it’s someone you’re attracted too? You should leave a lasting first impression, one that has them wanting more of your presence, making them interested and intrigued with you. Not making them feel
Meeting single, eligible women may not always be the easiest thing… but they are out there, so never give up hope! They may very well be looking for someone just like you, but you would never know it unless you keep on trying. One of the quickest ways to find single women, which happens to be one of the oldest tried and true methods to date, is to meet women at your local watering hole, aka the bar.
Once you’re at the bar though, it’s easy to ‘over-think’ things and let your nerves get the best of you. Stressing about how to approach a beautiful woman and introduce yourself, hopefully strike up a conversation that attracts and charms her, making her laugh instead of becoming awkward. You don’t want to scare women away unintentionally!
We all know there are obvious benefits to sleeping with someone else. The endorphins experienced during cuddle-sessions, the calories burned during intercourse, to the shared body heat when you’re freezing your toes off. Yet no one really talks about the benefits of sleeping alone.
These benefits range from an energetic and spiritual level for your soul’s expansion, as well as to a loving and romantic level with your life partner. Whether you sleep by yourself every night, or are in a relationship – setting aside a few nights a week (2-4) to sleep alone whether in a relationship or not, has the potential to provide several benefits on each of these levels.
Everyone’s sex drive is different and operates at various levels. From being asexual and difficult to arouse, to craving sex as often as possible, and every level in between. Whether you’re looking to become more easily stimulated, or more available to a partner who is after sex often, there are many ways to increase sex drive.