I am a psychologist, author and a journalist, currently in training for a Gestalt therapy degree. I am mostly interested in emotional relationships and the process of change in people endlessly fascinates me. When I’m not working, I enjoy movies, novels, travel and snowboarding.
Getting into an affair with one of your co-workers is a tricky thing. It’s even trickier if that co-worker holds a superior position in your company, or, in other words, is your boss. But this happens all the time.
Great public speakers are not just born, they are made. With enough practice and dedication, anyone can become a better public speaker – even you. Here is how.
The moment you realize your man has been cheating on you probably cannot be accurately described by words. The feeling of betrayal, the dull pain in your chest and stomach, and the sadness that seems as if it may never end are just some of the descriptions I heard from my clients over the years.
Sometimes in order to get something, all you need to do is try! Simple, right? Actually, yes! Stop over thinking the circumstances and timing, they will NEVER be perfect! Take a breath, be bold and go for what you want!
Out of all the clothes we wear, our sleepwear is the thing we show to the fewest number of people. Even our underwear gets more “air time” – when we have one night stands or short-term affairs, our partners get to see what we wear beneath our clothes. Only people we sleep with, not just have sex with, can expect to get a peek at our sleepwear.
Biologically, we are hardwired for communication – our fingertips have a huge number of nerve endings and are one of the most sensitive parts of the human body.
If you got dumped over text, I bet you felt, among other things, angry, confused, sad, betrayed and discussed. Getting dumped by a text message will almost certainly produce many equally horrific emotions in every woman or girl that experiences it.
Imagine two different women – one just entered a serious relationship, the other one is married with children. The married woman feels like all the pressures and responsibilities are on her shoulders. At the same time, her husband is often absent or distracted by work.
In the world of human emotions, insecurity can be seen as somewhat of a ‘’silent killer.’’ We can notice it everywhere, and as our society moves away towards a more virtual future feeling of insecurity in the male population will only steadily rise.
Ending a relationship usually isn’t easy. In many occasions, it doesn’t end the moment you decide to brake up. If your relationship was longer than a few weeks, you probably made a lasting impression on your boyfriend in one way or another.
For some people, possessiveness may seem cute. A lot of romantic comedies depict possessive boyfriends as comic characters that are deeply in love and just can control their nature. In fact, that emotions is one of major reasons relationships end.
Meeting a man whom you immediately like isn’t an every day occurrence. For most women, these kinds of encounters are few and far between. It doesn’t matter if it’s someone new, or maybe one of your guy friends.
How may times have you wished that you had to sleep for only 4 and not 8 hours a day, or wished that one day could last at least 36 hours?
We all go through the world of “dating hell” so we could find that special someone.
Dating has, by default, several points where you’re almost certainly bound to feel uncomfortable. Getting to the first kiss is stressful, and just having to decide when is ‘’the right time’’ can drive you crazy.
Some call it sex appeal, others call it the art of seduction. Throughout history and many different cultures, the ability to successfully seduce was highly praised.
In a relationship, sometimes, something simply doesn’t feel right. Romantic relationships aren’t an exception. You can’t quite put a finger on it, but you can tell that your partner is somehow different, not his or her usual self, the one you know and, for the better part, love.