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The Ism: advice for woman and man (part 2)
4 months ago
Catch Trap Mac Host gives relationship advice (this dude goes in)
4 months ago
God has become a snooze, while Satan seems to portray a fun, exciting, action-packed life. Nobody wants to have breakfast at Tiffanie's anymore, when they can have dinner with Hannibal Lecter. So why is evil so sexy? And why does honor, integrity and righteousness seem so boring?
Read the whole article, watch the video and listen to the song; What Makes Evil So Damn Sexy? at http://www.sexyouall.net/2011/03/what-makes-evil-so-damn-sexy.htmlGod has become a snooze, while Satan seems to portray a fun, exciting, action-packed... more
sistaz, the only way to keep a man from leaving you,leave him first or put him out before he leaves you. No matter how good he feels, if he isn't feeling you, there is no relationship, just occasional relations. Don’t you think you deserve better and more?sistaz, the only way to keep a man from leaving you,leave him first or put him out... more
Remember the old embarrassing act of secretly logging into an online dating service, filling out a questionnaire and waiting impatiently only for the result to be “No Matches Found.” If there were any matches it was so far down the barrel that you would drown if you were bobbing for apples. Luckily, the internet is changing the idea of getting a date for everyone.Remember the old embarrassing act of secretly logging into an online dating service,... more
A book designed for those unable to maintain a relationship, those who date loser after loser, or those in a marriage that has lost its spark.A book designed for those unable to maintain a relationship, those who date loser... more
Watch this video and keep the knowledge handy if you would ever be in a position where you have to figure out your relationship status. This video will teach you to know if your relation is over or not in less than 2 minutes.Watch this video and keep the knowledge handy if you would ever be in a position where... more
Technology has changed the way we date and the way we break up.
Gigi Quintana is a veteran of breaking hearts in the age of social networking. She recently parted ways with a girlfriend after dating for several months, and admits that putting an end to their online connection was just as difficult as the breakup itself.
Her Facebook status said "in a relationship," so she deleted it. But she didn't stop there.
"I blocked her sister, I blocked everyone that knew her," Quintana says while on a smoke break from her coffee-shop job at Tryst in Washington, D.C. "And she is still friends with my friends, so I had to go to the extent of blocking her."
The cafe where Quintana works is full of people surfing the Web, and quite a few had an opinion about what it's like to break up when you're virtually tied to your ex by Twitter, Tumblr, LinkedIn, Delicious, MySpace, Flickr, Foursquare and Facebook.
Paul Monday, a blogger and avid social networker, says that if you stay socially networked to an ex, it's "basically like stabbing yourself in the heart again every four hours or something."
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=123501060Technology has changed the way we date and the way we break up.
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I have listed down below the body language of men which will clearly indicate that he likes you or not.
Body language of men - does he like you?
The points below have been written keeping the level of relationship in mind. Each point is a progress in level.
Notice where he is staring:
Does he stare at you when you are away talking with your friends or doing something else for that matter? Guys tend to secretly stare at girls they admire and like. They try to watch what the girl does and the way she behaves. So if you find a man constantly staring whenever you pass by then chances are that the man likes you and is attracted towards you.
The man's smile
How a man smiles at you can pretty much reveal his thoughts. Is it an informal smile or is it deeper. Does the smile last for a considerably longer time or does it get cut off just like a formal hello. Also watch the man's eyebrow. There is a raise and fall in the eyebrow when a man looks at a woman he likes.
Mirroring is a phenomenon in which one person automatically mirrors what the other person is doing. Like for instance, when one person leans forward to tell something the other person leans forward too to meet the other person's lean. If one person sits back the other one sits back too. This generally happens between two people who are attracted to each other. Mirroring is a part of body language of a man that happens almost subconsciously when he likes you. So next time try to notice and see if your man is mirroring you.
When your guy is talking to you notice how many times he blinks. An increase in the blink rate directly indicates attraction.
Change in looks
When men are in love they try to take better care of their looks. Although this can also mean that the man could be in love with anyone. So you can take this tip in accordance with the above points
Is he trying to help you out where ever possible? If a man likes you he will try to help you out and make your life that much more easier.
Curious to know more about you
Does he ask you all kinds of questions about your interests, likes and dislikes? This is a solid sign that the man likes you and wants to know more about you so he can take the relationship to the next level
Finding out if you have a boyfriend?
If a man is really serious about you, then he will definitely try to find out if you already have an on-going relationship with another guy. Some men might ask you this question directly whereas others will try to find this out by some other means like asking your friends or someone who is close to you. He might even ask you indirect questions like what you generally do on weekends and stuff. All these are ways to find out if you already have a boyfriend. Once a man is sure that you are single, he will make his next move or wait for you to make a move by giving you all the right signals.
Letting you know that he doesn't have a girlfriend
Once a guy is sure that you are the right girl, he will also try to pass on the message that he is single too and is open to dating. He will try to tell you directly or indirectly that he does not have a girlfriend currently.
Asking for a date
Fear of getting rejected stops most men from making this final move; which is asking a girl for a date. Most men will instead send over signals that they want to date you. Some examples are asking to drop you home (if you are working in the same office or studying in the same school/college), spending money on you by getting you goodies like CDs, books etc. treating you will respect, telling you about his weekend plans which involves going to the movies alone. He will try to see if you pick up the opportunity and ask for a date.
Taking the relationship forward
Once you start dating, you can easily find out if the man is really serious about you. If he is serious, he will maintain daily contact with you. He will start introducing you to his friends, his family and relatives. A man will also start opening up a lot more at this point, letting you know his true feelings for you.
Hope now you are in a better position to tell if a man likes you and is in love with you.
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Losing a beloved one is never easy. This is not only about death but the separation when both lovers are still alive. No matter what the reasons may be, the people who lose their loved ones feel extremely sad over the loss. There are those who plunge into depression and feel that they can no longer go on living. You might be one of them because you do not know how to win back the one you love.
You may be wondering how to win back the one you love. Let me tell you up front that it is not an easy job and will require you to be tough and determined to pursue your beloved once again. You also need to learn how to win back the one you love because there are a lot of things that you have to do. With the following tips, you can start to win back the one you love.
First off, it seems that there is a need to clarify the phrase “winning back your girl.” This is sometimes being used by guys to depict as if the girl is the prize and that she is like a precious jewel that could only be won by hard work and great pains. Well, a beloved woman is certainly worth pursuing in spite of the cost and the effort involved. Yet, if you would only change your mind and also consider why your girl would want to win you back, you will be more effective in pursuing her love once again.
Sometimes love is a chase - a kind of pursuit where the man pursues the woman until she reverses the process and chases after the man. We are long past the Victorian era when women were prim and proper and were expected not to show interest to the man pursuing them. Nowadays, women are also empowered to make their own contribution in the love relationships that they will enter.
When you are in the process of knowing how to win back the one you love, it would not be advisable to lay down all your cards on the table. You should not tell her everything that you feel. It would be better to retain the mystery about you. This way, your girl will also be curious as to what you are up to. Girls, generally, are curious with men who are mysterious.
Show her that you love her through acts of service and through the sweet little nothings. When you catch her interest and her attention again, you shall have learned how to win back the one you love and be reunited once more.
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Being dumped is something that you feel you'll never recover from, especially if you didn't see it coming, and you've been in the relationship for quite some time. It's not however something that's uncommon, and despite how you may feel now, you will survive the break-up and you will move on! There are a few things that you can do to help the process along, and by using these strategies, you'll be back on the dating scene as soon as you are emotionally able to cope with it!
1. The relationship failed, this doesn't make you a failure! Just because your partner decided that they wanted out of the relationship doesn't mean you did anything wrong. Things happen, people change, relationships move on. Acceptance that "stuff happens" in a relationship is one of the most important things that you can do in the initial process of moving on at the end of any relationship. Yes, you can analyze everything that you did/said and wonder if you'd done things differently if you would have still been dumped. Short-term answer is probably not, but long-term the outcome would have been the same because you changing to fit into someone else's idea of an ideal mate is not you being true to yourself. If they don't want the real you, they don't deserve you!
2. You're worth more than you got! Believe in yourself. Don't allow the fact that you were dumped by this partner to batter your self-confidence into the ground. Yes it's easy to feel unwanted, but kick yourself out of this pattern. It's self-destructive at the very least, and it's completely untrue. This ex partner did want you at some point otherwise they wouldn't have dated you. Somewhere along the line something changed in them. Not you. Them! You can't control how they feel, or what they want, but you can control what you are going to do about it. You can wallow in self-pity and think that you aren't lovable; or you can see yourself for what you are, a desirable person who was set free from a doomed relationship so you can now find someone more suited to you!
3. Move on! Acknowledge the past. Acknowledge that the relationship was good for a while. Acknowledge that for reasons you're not responsible for, the relationship just didn't work out. Now that all that needs acknowledged has been acknowledged, let it go! There's no point in living on what could have been, should have been, could of/should of aren't going to bring back that relationship.
Focus on what will be, and what will be is that you will find someone you are attracted to, who is attracted to you, and you will develop a new relationship with this person. Don't jump into something just so you aren't on your own. Take your time and make sure you find someone who you think will be good for you, and who genuinely seems to care about you. Don't make them pay for the situation that your ex-partner created. They are perfectly capable of messing up on their own without adding someone else's screw-ups onto their plate!
Allow that no-one is perfect, yourself included, and so allow your new partner a little bit of wiggle room. No-one wants to feel suffocated, and even though you feel insecure after what happened with your ex, you have to move past this bad experience and trust that your new partner is not going to hurt you in the same way.
That doesn't mean that you shut out your instincts, you should always listen to your instincts! But it does mean that you need to give your new partner breathing room or you may find that you get dumped simply because you were too scared to them out of your sight!
It's no joke getting dumped, and the emotional impact can be something that takes you completely by surprise, but what you must remember is that the old relationship did have good points, and even though it's over, you do have some positive memories as a result of hooking up with your ex. Now it's over, and it's time to move on. Let go of the past relationship, and all of the negativity that you currently associate with it, and move on to a new relationship without a bundle of un-necessary emotional baggage.
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Relatious.com isn't your grandma's social media: it's Twitter plus the taboo, Facebook with the freaky, Ning and the naughty.
Relatious.com invites users to spill-all about their relationships (anonymously if they choose) and readers to comment on the questions, concerns, and comments confided on the site.
Relatious in its own words:
We all love to dish about relationships. Finally, here's a place where you can share virtually every aspect of those sexy, messy, often complicated, but always interesting love connections. Where you can confide to friends and they confide right back. Where you swap stories from the romantic trenches and help each other claw your way out.
Topics, so far, include "seduction," "day in, day out," "breakup," "sex," and "dating."
Relatious.com appeals to the best and the worst in us: we can play hero by giving advice to peers plagued with love problems (we've all been there), and simultaneously be an unabashed voyeur, reveling in other people's ecstasy, agony, embarrassment, and scandals.
..Click Link for examples of some of the posts...Relatious.com isn't your grandma's social media: it's Twitter plus the... more
Often when we decide to go online to look for potential dates, we are quite eager in the beginning. We fill out long questionnaires, endlessly ponder our personality matches and spend hours choosing just the right words and photos for our profiles.Often when we decide to go online to look for potential dates, we are quite eager in... more
I ran across this feature on the rules of rebounding that I wanted to share. As always, I encourage you to read, comment and share with a friend. Oh, and if there’s anything that you’d like to share with the Fly Community, just shoot me an email, and let me know what it is. Enjoy.I ran across this feature on the rules of rebounding that I wanted to share. As... more
Hewitt has been linked to Craig Ferguson, Carson Daly, Joey Lawrence, Wilmer Valderrama, Patrick Wilson, Kip Pardue, John Mayer, LFO's Rich Cronin, ex-fiancé Ross McCall and now Jamie Kennedy. In January of last year, she penned a piece for Esquire titled "10 Things You Don't Know About Women."
Jezebel.com speculates on chapter titles based on her career:
Chapter 1: Can't Hardly Wait
— In which we learn how much time is appropriate before calling/texting a guy after he's called or texted you.
Chapter 2: Party Of Five
— In which Hewitt describes the phenomenon known as "group dating." Arrange an evening where your friends and and the guy you like just hang out together. Revolutionary!
Chapter 3: I Know What You Did Last Summer
— Delving into your man's past for clarity and peace of mind. Sidebar on "men with a full past." See: John Mayer and Wilmer Valderrama.
Chapter 4: I Still Know What You Did Last Summer
— Learning to let go of the past.
Chapter 5: Heartbreakers
— Do you say to yourself, "He got the best of me"? Do you keep on going back incessantly? Do you wonder why he had to run a game on you? Should you have known right from the start he'd go and break your heart? Sidebar by guest author Mariah Carey.
Chapter 6: Ghost Whisperer
— Turning to the occult for love advice. Don't be afraid to use psychics, tarot cards or Ouija boards!
Chapter 7: The Time Of Your Life
— You've met a Mr. Right! Here's how not to fuck it up.
Chapter 8: Kids Incorporated
— First comes love, then comes marriage, then come rugrats in a $900 Bugaboo stroller.Hewitt has been linked to Craig Ferguson, Carson Daly, Joey Lawrence, Wilmer... more
Now that Spring is in full bloom, many of us are motivated to do spring cleaning. From our closets to our cupboards, clearing away clutter leaves us feeling refreshed and reinvigorated. But after you drop of bags of clothes to Goodwill and toss stacks of old papers (into the recycling bin of course!), feelings of stress or discontentment may still be lingering. If so, consider the other "clutter" in your life.
Often we encounter people in our life who throw negative energy in our direction or are draining in some way. And there is no donation center that will take your negative friends, annoying colleagues, flaky people, controlling family members, commitment phobic boyfriends, or overly emotional girlfriends away. But do you wish there was?
Although we cannot control the families we are born into, classmates, colleagues, exposure to the media, or our overall environment, we can choose how we relate to our external environment and respond to the people in it. Put simply: we can't change people but we can change the affect they have on us.
People who drain you, treat you poorly, reinforce insecurities, or encourage your bad habits (like the friend who tries to get you to smoke when you are trying to quit) clutter your life with their toxic energy. Think about if there is anyone in your life who would fit into one or more of the following categories:
• You always feel crummy after you talk to him/her and guilty if you don't talk to them
• He/she is really hard on you or judges you harshly
• You walk on egg shells around him/her
• He/she is very negative, depressed, and/or does not take care of herself/himself
• You find there is not much room for YOU in the relationship - it's all about her/him
• You are incredibly bored, uninspired, stressed out, or unhappy in the relationship
If there is one or several people in your life that fit into the categories above, on some level you probably already know your relationship with this person is not ideal. Fears about shifting your relationship with the person, from having a conversation to perhaps stopping interaction with them, may keep you from doing it. Concerns about a relationship are like the miscellaneous junk in the first drawer of your desk - the more you ignore it, the more it piles up.
Relationship spring cleaning gets tricky when it comes to family members so remember that sharing DNA does not grant them an all access pass to your life. Shutting someone out completely may not be an option; however, reestablishing how you react to and interact with them is. Setting boundaries and lovingly sticking up for yourself are integral to creating a solid support system. For instance, say to a sister who always talks about your lack of a boyfriend, "I know you are trying to help, but I am happy with my love life and would rather talk about other things with you."
Or if you have an extremely opinionated or critical parent, try to have more small-talk type conversations. Ask questions about their life versus them interrogating you about yours. Consider everything they say is a "buffet." You get to pick and choose what you decide to take in. Each of us is on our own journey and we cannot fault people for being who they are or expect them to change. Yet we can accept that some people may not be the right fit for us in terms of a close relationship. Ultimately your peace of mind is up to you and living a clean, conscious life with healthy relationships supports that.Now that Spring is in full bloom, many of us are motivated to do spring cleaning. From... more